10.22.2015

Repost: Govt Implements Illegal “Gag Order” on National Weather Service and NOAA Employees


This is being kept from the people of California.




Government Implements Illegal “Gag Order” On National Weather Service And NOAA Employees

Dane Wigington
geoengineeringwatch.org
 
The power structure is beginning to panic as the public wakes up to the criminal climate engineering insanity. The growing police state is completely out of control and becoming unimaginably blatant with their actions. In recent weeks Washington has placed "gag orders" on the following agency employees, "The National Weather Service", the "National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration", and the "US Department of Commerce". This is a massive red flag that should trigger alarm bells everywhere. 

Bill Hopkins, the executive vice president for the National Weather Service employees organization (NWSEO) said this:
“As a taxpayer, I find it highly disturbing that a government agency continues to push gag orders to hide how they operate. This is the work of the American government, owned by the American public, and should be open to the American public.”
Jeff Ruch, the executive director "PEER" (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility) said this about the "gag orders".
“The National Weather Service is about the last place where national security-style secrecy rules need to be enforced,” Ruch noted that the broad scope of the gag orders put much of what goes on inside the agency under wraps.  “Everyone is free to talk about the weather except for the people working inside the National Weather Service. Go figure.”
Some time ago I personally spoke to an NOAA scientist that said "we all know it is going on (climate engineering) but we are afraid to speak out, we have no first amendment protection". The new "gag order" is a further muzzling of the NWS and NOAA. It is likely there are many in the National Weather Service and NOAA that have had enough of lying about what is really going on in our skies.



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Nothing happening here.
   
Massive atmospheric aerosol spraying assaults are constant around the globe. Almost all meteorologists have so far denied the all too obvious ongoing climate engineering operations.
 
Other weather agencies and personnel have also been actively engaged in public deception. What did BBC "meteorologist" Ian Fergusson say about the picture below?
"When rain, ice crystals or snow falls but evaporates before reaching the ground, it's a (natural) phenomenon called 'virga' or 'fallstreak'."
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Totally natural sprayed-aerosol phenomenon.

 
So-called "experts" are naming jet-aircraft-sprayed aerosol clouds as if they are produced by nature. 
 
A report from PEER contains the following statement:
This summer, the National Weather Service began requiring a signed confidentiality agreement (Exhibit I) from NWSEO participants along with all participants on the OWA teams. These agreements purport to bind NWSEO representatives from communicating with its members, members of Congress or any other person regarding agency plans and how they are determined. These agreements also do not contain terms allowing reports of actual or impending law or rule violations, gross mismanagement, waste or abuse.
The PEER report continued with this:
The National Weather Service, NOAA and Commerce are presently implementing and enforcing nondisclosure agreements which violate the law. 
We are officially living in an Orwellian police state where any who dare to try and tell the truth are dealt with severely. Forcing the employees of "national" weather and climate agencies to sign "confidentiality agreements is extremely alarming (with unimaginable potential consequences), but not surprising given what we know about the cataclysms being caused by the rapidly growing climate engineering elephant in the room. Some may mistake the "gag order" to be only about union issues, this is not the case as quotes above (taken from the PEER reports) make clear. The decimation and mortality that has already been inflicted on our biosphere and all life from global geoengineering is so immense it could never be calculated. The weather warfare insanity is finally becoming all but impossible to hide, the recent "gag orders" are a sign of true desperation on the part of the power structure. Now more than ever we must all keep up our pace in the battle to expose and halt climate engineering.

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10.19.2015

MIND FLIP: "BACK TO THE FUTURE"?


Outta time.

Here's a still from the near-apocryphal 1985 film "Back to the Future." We're guessing that's 4-ish, EDT.

And HERE is an 11 minute mind-blower.





Several of us have a very good feeling about this.

UPDATE: Our timeline is apparently that happy golden one where goodness continues to reign and expand. The cabal is dead. It fell on its head.

10.16.2015

Floating City Mystery SOLVED [UPDATED]


Whoa.

Some people are starting to freak out about this, so The CAT decided to step in.
Thousands reportedly witnessed the spectacle of a ghostly alien city floating in the clouds over the city of Foshan in the Guangdong province of China last week. Footage recorded by residents of the city shows the mysterious phenomenon as witnessed by thousands of shocked residents of Foshan on October 7, 2015. 



This is NOT a Project Bluebeam event. The above cellphone video capture is actually showing a time rift between two timelines. You're viewing a dynamic interaction here, where two timelines are merging for a moment, and then part ways again. This is exactly what happened with the 'city in the clouds' event seen by hundreds in Africa, last April. It's nothing to be afraid of. Timelines are folding in on themselves all the time, but most especially now. Eventually there will be only TWO moving forward. Guess which one you want to be on?




UPDATE 10-22: There's been another floating city appearance, this time captured over Hastings. This has been confirmed as a real image. Our resident psychic said: "Something is really shifting. It's like the energies are overlapping."

(Yeees, we have resident psychics and mediums and all manner of WOO people here at The CAT. They're imperative to have on staff when dealing with so much disinformation every day. More than likely, you yourself are a lot more WOO than you'd ever care to admit. You're reading The CAT, after all...)

UPDATE #2: That California floating city image that just popped up is fake.

Another floating city, this time over Hastings.

10.14.2015

Your Heliomancer Circa October 15, 2015: "Fin de le Mal Époque"


Fin de le Mal Époque!


Some of you know that the sun is actually a living thing, very complex. It's also a kind of multidimensional holographic projector. Of what? OF YOUR "REALITY," Timmy... which isn't reality per se, but most of you don't know that. However, more and more of you are waking up. The sun knows this and, it is The CAT's informed opinion that, the sun has a sense of humor and fair play. It LIKES to give us little clues as to what's going on; all we need do is look, and pay attention.

That said, A Man Called Da-da invented something he calls HELIOMANCY -- divination of the future via satellite images of the sun -- and we like it, a lot. He has kindly allowed us to steal this from him and make it a regular part of The CAT. So without further ado...

Your Heliomancer Circa October 15, 2015

The sun knows something's up. How could he not? And it's showing that to us today with... a party hat? Or is that a skewed Xmas tree? A crumpled witch's hat? Knowing the sun, it's all of the above: the sun, HE BE COMPLEX. Perhaps Merry Old Sol's letting us know that an earth party is about to begin... while another ends... and that that it might be a bumpy Xmas. Could also be what's left of that terribly annoying (and dying) symbol of idiot secret societies, The Eye in the Pyramid. Get a hunch, bet a bunch.

Bottom line: The CAT strongly suggests you acquaint yourself with the phrase Da-da (who is rather French) has been using 'round the office like it's going out of style: Fin de le Mal Époque (pardon our french), or "THE END OF EVIL TIMES."

We think that this is precisely what the sun had in mind here.


Get your evil t-shirts before it's all over.

10.12.2015

Reporter Gets Angry and Tells Us the REAL News




Yes, this (is Jonathan Pie parody, but it) is brilliant. (NSFW WARNING: Language)

10.08.2015

REPOST: Global Research Shows Dairy Products and Calcium Supplements Do Not Make Bones Stronger


Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?

This is just boggling The CAT's little furry mind today. Must repost.



The dairy industry has finally been given one big swift kick where they need it most, in the scientific credibility department where top officials have been falsely linking dairy and bone strength for decades. The study, published by the British Medical Journal, found that people don't get stronger bones by eating dairy products or taking calcium supplements.


dairy products. cheese, milk, sour cream
The usual suspects. ("I can't feel my LEG BONES, Kaiser.")


Dairy products, specifically milk is one of the beverages still aggressively pushed on children as a health promoting food, especially relating to strong bones.

What interesting about cow's milk is that the more people drink, the more likely they are to die or experience a bone fracture and other diseases. The risks are especially pronounced for women.

Taking into account studies from around the world, the systematic review and meta-analysis found that those who took calcium were just as likely to suffer from fractures as those who did not.

Dr Ian Reid from the University of Auckland in New Zealand stated that the focus on treating bone diseases, such as osteoporosis, needs to be elsewhere.

"I think we've actually misdirected a whole lot of effort into the use of calcium supplements, in particular in North America, where use has been higher for last 30 years," he said.

The dairy industy has been hard at work the last 50 years convincing people that pasteurized dairy products such as milk or cheese increases bioavailable calcium levels. This is totally false. The pasteurization process only creates calcium carbonate, which has absolutely no way of entering the cells without a chelating agent. So what the body does is pull the calcium from the bones and other tissues in order to buffer the calcium carbonate in the blood. This process actually causes osteoporosis.

Pasteurized dairy contains too little magnesium needed at the proper ratio to absorb the calcium. Most would agree that a minimum amount of Cal. to Mag Ratio is 2 to 1 and preferably 1 to 1. So milk, at a Cal/Mag ratio of 10 to 1, has a problem. You may put 1200 mg of dairy calcium in your mouth, but you will be lucky to actually absorb a third of it into your system.

Over 99% of the body's calcium is in the skeleton, where it provides mechanical rigidity. Pasteurized dairy forces a calcium intake lower than normal and the skeleton is used as a reserve to meet needs. Long-term use of skeletal calcium to meet these needs leads to osteoporosis.

Dairy is pushed on Americans from birth yet they have one of the highes risk of osteoporosis in the world. Actually, people from the USA, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Australia, and New Zealand have the highest rates of osteoporosis.

The research investigated putative mechanism by which calcium intake affects bone health namely by increasing bone mineral density (BMD). BMD is a surrogate endpoint for fracture risk that allows biological effects to be explored in randomised controlled trials of modest size.

Following old information


The results from the new study flies in the face of long-held beliefs that calcium makes for stronger, better bones.

For years, US guidelines have advised men and women to take anywhere from 1,000 to 1,200 mg of calcium per day to help prevent fractures and improve bone density.

Reid said this likely lasted for so long due to an overreliance on studies from the 1970s and 1980s.
Now, there are more sophisticated bone density studies, and none have shown the need for anything more than 500mg of calcium per day for bone density health.

Going a step further, the study said too much calcium may cause build ups in the arteries or in the kidneys, which can cause ailments such as heart disease or kidney stones respectively.


"Dietary calcium intake is not associated with risk of fracture, and there is no clinical trial evidence that increasing calcium intake from dietary sources prevents fractures," the study said.

"Evidence that calcium supplements prevent fractures is weak and inconsistent."

Methodology of the study

The researchers looked at two studies, finding in one that increasing calcium intake from supplements increases bone density by 1% to 2%, something they said is unlikely to create a meaningful reduction in the risk of fracture.

"This is not a cumulative benefit," Reid said. "It's only 1% at any year. It's a one off small gain. When you look at the fracture data in the large high quality studies carried out in the last 10 to 15 years, we found there is no total benefit to total number of fractures. There may even be an increase. I think we should really be deleting calcium as a significant tissue in management of osteoporosis."

In another study, researchers found that dietary calcium is not associated with risk of fracture, with no clinical evidence finding that increase in consumption helps prevent fractures.

Professor Karl Michaelsson from Uppsala University in Sweden wrote in an accompanying commentary with the study that the although recommendations point to those over 50 taking calcium, most will not benefit by increasing their intakes.

"The weight of evidence against such mass medication of older people is now compelling, and it is surely time to reconsider these controversial recommendations," he wrote.

Supplement Quality Key

While some dairy may be useful to help the elderly keep weight on their body as they get older, many low-quality calcium supplements appear to be ineffective for bone health.

Most supplements on the supplement market today contain calcium carbonate which is an inferior form of calcium and manufacturers attach a simple chelating agent like citric acid to make it more absorbable, however the end product is inferior to other calcium supplements such as calcium orotate, which is the only known form of calcium which can effectively penetrate the membranes of cells.
Many of these supplements are increasing the risk of kidney stones and abdominal problems and whose risks are greater than the benefits.

"They've been so entrenched and supported by industry for so long that it's taking a while to turn around," Reid said.

Effective Supplementation 
 

If you want to supplement for calcium intake you must seek a reputable and balanced calcium/magnesium formula. Researchers examined 21 formulations of calcium carbonate (both natural [i.e., oyster shell] and refined). Four out of seven natural products and four out of 14 refined products, including brand products, had measurable lead content. A research team in California found essentially the same contamination in calcium supplements.

Acid rebound. Calcium carbonate may cause acid rebound: the stomach overcompensates for the high dose of calcium carbonate, which is alkaline, by churning out more acid. For that reason, people with a history of stomach ulcers are advised that they may not tolerate it and may have to switch to calcium citrate.

Constipation. Calcium supplements can have a mild binding effect but by themselves don’t usually cause serious constipation. But if you’re taking another supplement or medication that binds the stool, the addition of calcium supplements could cause a problem.

Too much calcium. Although it doesn’t happen often, some people have taken so much calcium that it causes hypercalcemia, an above-normal level of calcium in the blood since most of the calcium carbonate is not absorbed. Hypercalcemia may cause nausea, vomiting, confusion, and other neurological symptoms.

The type of minerals in the formula determines the absorption levels: Opti-Cal/Mag with Vitamin K2 is a co-enzyme complex, heat-stabled molecules that must be associated with another enzyme for them to perform their function in the body. It is necessary in the utilization of vitamins and minerals for proper delivery to the cell nucleus. One study found that Opti-Cal/Mag complex is 8.79 times more absorbed into the blood than calcium carbonate and 2.97 times more than calcium gluconate.

6 WAYS TO BUILD STRONG BONES

1. Eat calcium rich foods
 
Eat foods high in calcium. The best food sources are non-pasteurized raw dairy sources such as raw milk/yogurt, as well as bony fish, such as sardines. Leafy green veg such as kale, broccoli and spinach are also rich in calcium. Dried herbs and dried fruits such as figs and currants are also good choices. Seeds such as sesame, chia and flax are also rich sources of calcium. Also, enjoy foods that contain sulfur such as garlic and onions.


2. Food selections/combinations are critical
 
Try not to eat whole grains and calcium-rich foods at the same time. Whole grains contain a substance that binds with calcium and prevents proper absorption. Some foods that contain compounds such as oxalic or phytic acids, such as sweet potatoes, beans, rhubarb, celery and beets, can also decrease the amount of calcium that's absorbed when eaten at the same time as calcium-rich foods.

3. Avoid the causes of mineral excretion
 
Pass on phosphate-containing foods such as soft drinks. Phosphorus causes the body to excrete calcium. Limit or avoid high-protein animal foods. A diet high in protein causes calcium to be excreted from your body. Decrease caffeine consumption. People who smoke have significantly lower bone density, while drinking alcohol can also prevent your bones from absorbing the maximum nutrients from your food.

4. Get more Sunlight and Vitamin D
 
Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium. Although some is found in oily fish, our main source comes from the effect of sunlight on your skin. It's estimated that half of us have a deficiency because we don't get outside enough or because we always use sunblock. It is especially important to maximize sun exposure between May and September to keep vitamin D levels topped up. Just 10 minutes of sunlight a day on bare arms and your face can cut your risk of bone fractures by a third. A half hour exposing your torso is equivalent to roughly 10,000 units of Vitamin D.

5. The right exercise
 
Another vital way to boost your bones is weight-bearing exercise --basically anything that has you upright and using your body weight. Good choices include squatting, rope skipping, aerobics, plyometrics, dancing or brisk walking. "Research shows that if you don't exercise you end up weeing out all the calcium you take in instead of storing it in your bones," warns Professor Dawn Skelton, an aging and health specialist at Glasgow Caledonian University. "Ideally we should aim for 150 minutes of moderate activity per week. "Put simply, the more hours we spend on our feet, the fewer bone breakages we should have in later life."


6. Avoid Medications and Medical Therapies
 
Acid-blocking medications used for heartburn and other gastrointestinal conditions can block the absorption of calcium through the stomach walls. Stomach acids break down food during the digestive process, allowing the nutrients to become absorbed into your body. Medications designed to stop acid production or decrease the amount of acids present in your stomach can have a negative effect on calcium.


Sources:

aicr.org
harvard.edu
jamanetwork.com
bmj.com

Marco Torres is a research specialist, writer and consumer advocate for healthy lifestyles. He holds degrees in Public Health and Environmental Science and is a professional speaker on topics such as disease prevention, environmental toxins and health policy.

Have we been told the truth about ANYTHING?

10.05.2015

Odd Coronal Hole of the Moment


Well, that's just weird.

This is an odd coronal hole, registered just now off the SDO satellite. Awfully regular.
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