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Americans are eating themselves INSANE... causes of mental insanity identified in factory foods

Sunday, January 31, 2016

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger

Tags: heavy metals, mental insanity, food supply

(NaturalNews) I've spent the last two years running a heavy metals analysis science lab ( and writing a detailed, heavily researched book on forensic food analysis. 

To my horror, I've come to the conclusion from all this that humanity is driving itself insane with relentless chemical contamination and heavy metals pollution that's driving human minds to clinical madness.

The real reason society is so incredibly insane at every level is rooted in the consumption of toxic heavy metals through food, water and other environmental sources. 

It's exacerbated by the poisonous heavy metals being fed to factory farmed chickens (and other animals) whose poop is harvested and spread on soils that are used to grow foods for humans. 

Once humans eat the contaminated food that's laced with lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic, their own feces is "recycled&…

The Shipping News Says the World Economy Is Toast

by Bloomberg Business • January 29, 2016

By Mark Gilbert at Bloomberg

In October 2008, as the repercussions of the financial crisis were starting to ripple through the global economy, I noticed a press release from Swedish truckmaker Volvo saying that its European order book had fallen by more than 99 percent between the third quarters of 2007 and 2008 — to just 155 from 41,970. 

That prompted me to study various other real-world activity measures ranging from shipping to air freight, and to conclude that“the news is all bad and getting worse, fast.” 

The same exercise today, I’m afraid to say, leads me to a similar conclusion about the growth outlook.

Here’s a chart showing what’s happening to the cost of shipping containers from China’s ports, one for the country and one for Shanghai. 

Both indexes are compiled by the Shanghai Shipping Exchange and cover shipments to the rest of the world including Europe, the U.S. and Africa; the broader China index is down more than 40 percent from its …