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Israeli Body Snatchers

· Organ Harvesting Conspiracy Confirmed.
Long speculated concerns that the Israeli military has been harvesting organs from battlefield casualties has been recently confirmed by officials, and is our top story in this most recent edition of ATS News. Our anchor, Johnny Anonymous, covers several angles of this highly-charged and confirmed conspiracy theory, that includes the naming of those involved and admitted time frames of the "body snatching." Additional stories include the largest global corporation you've never heard about and their ties to major global governments, a new global currency backed by the UN, additional research into the Norway spiral, recent investigations into William Shakespeare, and more.

A By-Product of Heart Transplants

· Can memories and preferences be stored in cells?
Researchers hypothesize that organ recipients' personality change is due to memory being stored in cells - www.theepochtimes.com
...after a heart transplant, Sonny Graham of Georgia fell in love with his donor’s wife and married her. Twelve years after their marriage, he committed suicide the same way his donor did.
...a man named William Sheridan received a heart from an artist who died in a car accident, and suddenly he was able to produce beautiful drawings of wildlife and landscapes.
...Claire Sylvia, the recipient of a heart and a lung in 1988, wrote in her book, A Change of Heart: A Memoir, that after the transplant she started to like beer, fried chicken, and green pepper—all of which she didn’t like before but her donor, an 18-year-old boy, liked.

In a paper published in the Journal of Near-Death Studies, Dr. Paul Pearsall of the University of Hawaii and Dr. Gary Schwartz and Dr. Linda Russek of the University of Arizona discussed 10 cases of heart or heart-lung transplants in which the recipients were reported to have “changes in food, music, art, sexual, recreational, and career preferences, as well as specific instances of perceptions of names and sensory experiences related to the donors.”
In addition, the researchers pointed out that like the above recipients, there might be other recipients who dismiss the idea that they adopted their donors’ preferences because of their expectations of the donors, so the number of organ transplant recipients who experienced a personality change similar to that of their donors might be underrepresented.

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How 16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world

Tankers moored off Devon[UK] waiting for oil prices to rise even further - www.dailymail.co.uk
As ships get bigger, the pollution is getting worse. The most staggering statistic of all is that just 16 of the world’s largest ships can produce as much lung-clogging sulphur pollution as all the world’s cars.
Because of their colossal engines, each as heavy as a small ship, these super-vessels use as much fuel as small power stations.
But, unlike power stations or cars, they can burn the cheapest, filthiest, high-sulphur fuel: the thick residues left behind in refineries after the lighter liquids have been taken. The stuff nobody on land is allowed to use.
There are now an estimated 100,000 ships on the seas, and the fleet is growing fast as goods are ferried in vast quantities from Asian industrial powerhouses to consumers in Europe and North America.
Each is a quarter of a mile long and can carry up to 14,000 full-size containers on their regular routes from China to Europe.
Merchant Fleet Pollution - www.dailymail.co.uk
Emma – dubbed SS Santa by the media – brought Christmas presents to Europe in October and is now en route from Algeciras in Spain to Yantian in southern China, carrying containers full of our waste paper, plastic and electronics for recycling.
Bunker fuel is also thick with sulphur. International Maritime Organisation (IMO, the UN body that polices the world’s shipping) rules allow ships to burn fuel containing up to 4.5 per cent sulphur. That is 4,500 times more than is allowed in car fuel in the European Union. The sulphur comes out of ship funnels as tiny particles, and it is these that get deep into lungs.
Thanks to the IMO’s rules, the largest ships can each emit as much as 5,000 tons of sulphur in a year – the same as 50million typical cars, each emitting an average of 100 grams of sulphur a year.
With an estimated 800million cars driving around the planet, that means 16 super-ships can emit as much sulphur as the world fleet of cars.
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