People With Blue Eyes Share A Single Ancestor From Thousands Of Years Ago

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According to a study published in 2008, everyone with blue eyes has one ancestor from about 7,000 years ago who was born somewhere in the black sea region with the blue eye genetic mutation.

“A genetic mutation affecting the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes resulted in the creation of a “switch,” which literally “turned off” the ability to produce brown eyes.” says Professor Hans Eiberg from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine at the University of Copenhagen states.

Professor Eiberg has been studying this phenomenon since 1996 and has traveled to Turkey, Jordan and Denmark to study the blue eye color and trace it back to its origins. Through his study of DNA, the professor discovered the originating location for the blue eyed gene.

The OCA2 gene, programmed to produce melanin responsible for hair, skin and eye color, is actually inhibited, which causes blue eyes instead of simply being void of melanin at all. When there is no melanin, people experience albino characteristics.

So the blue eye color came from a very precise variance in the OCA2 gene, and this variance originally happened in just one ancestor. But even though blue eyes came from a genetic mutation, there is no indication that blue eyes has to do with health or our performance in life. This gene plays no role in our ability to survive.


The Rundown Live #467 (Behavior Recognition,Global Warming,Selection 2016)

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Dear Farmers: U.S. is Now Importing Organic Corn to Satisfy Consumer Demand

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There are three things driving a surge in organic imports:

  1. U.S. farmers have been systematically pushed into growing mostly GMO crops; grown primarily for fuel, animal feed and cheap processed foods. Russia even used our food supply as an example for the EU to dump us and join them instead.
  2. U.S. consumers are not only demanding fresh, organic produce as well as non-GMO convenience foods – but also want meat, dairy and eggs from animals that were fed non-GMO or organic feed.
  3. Other countries primarily grow non-GE crops, and plenty of organic. They’ve got the goods and they reap the benefits of trade.

This is ridiculous, as the U.S. could not only use a valuable export, but could honestly use a supportive, in-house product. Yet again, we find ourselves outsourcing for staples. Shouldn’t our own farmers be benefiting from this rise in demand coming from their country? Yet again, farmers have been tricked and kicked by the very companies with which they sign agreements.

U.S. consumers are coming into awareness about how their food affects their health and want superior products, which sadly, aren’t always available here…yet.

An analysis of U.S. trade data released Wednesday by the Organic Trade Association and Pennsylvania State University shows a spike in corn from Romania and soybeans from India. The chief executive officer of OTA is prompting farmers that the market is open for converts. She called it a “help-wanted” sign for farmers and said, “There are market distortions that are pretty striking.”

[Also see: Study Quantifies Market Value of Nature’s Farming Services]

Bloomberg Business reports the bulk of the imports are to feed U.S. cattle and poultry:

As a result, imports to the U.S. of Romanian corn rose to $11.6 million in 2014 from $545,000 the year before. Soybean imports from India more than doubled to $73.8 million.

Sales of foods certified by the U.S. as free of synthetic chemicals or genetic engineering reached $35.9 billion in 2014, an 11 percent increase over 2013 and about 5.1 percent of U.S. grocery spending. The organic sector’s average annual growth of about 10 percent is triple that of overall food sales, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture and trade association data.


The four years of records show rapidly growing trade relationships. In 2014, U.S. organic exports were $553 million, almost quadruple the 2011 total. Imports last year were $1.28 billion, led by $332.5 million of organic coffee.

Supply farms were forced to seek foreign sources with the rapid demand spikes, as 90 percent of U.S. corn and soy are genetically engineered, a definite no-go for organically raised animals, animal by-products and produce. Some organic feed companies have recently seen sales quadruple and sought supplies from Canada. Read Bloomberg for more figures and some tug-of-war about future markets and whether or not it’s worth it to grow organic in America.

And interesting turn of events since yesterday’s Bloomberg report: Tom Vilsack, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture announced that the government would offer support to boost the U.S. production of organic.

While expressing an interest to help small family farms and boost the rural economy, he told Reuters:

There’s been significant expansion and interest in organics. Both the number of producers expanding and the sales expanding are an indication that this is a fast-growing aspect of agriculture.

A peculiar announcement considering Vilsack’s past infatuation and staunch defense of biotech. I don’t buy those intentions at all. Not with Agenda 21 tactics, a crumbling food system and economy, corporations that drain and frack the daylights out of drought-stricken aquifers, states that only vote yes to label GMOs in the far-off future, and the DARK Act looming in Congress. Those things tell me to be vigilant and not to get too excited.

On a lighter and more productive note, we can keep up that consumer demand because, right now, it cannot be ignored. On the other hand, don’t forget to reach out to farmers, but also demand ways for them to make a living using better methods – there isn’t incentive to do so currently, in fact, quite the opposite. Let’s not let them fall behind the market curve. Maybe we could bring this news to Farm Aid’s attention so they can focus on helping their family farmers who wish to convert but without losing the farm.

Unfortunately, there are stifling obstacles that stand in the way of simply switching to an organic farm. More so if the “DARK Act” passes through Congress. (Hint: it punishes non-GMO farmers with fines and makes them produce labels!) For one thing, it’s not about simply switching seed, and farmers are in a sense, punished if they use natural methods. As one recent study pointed out, it would be economically better to use nature’s free services and organic methods but only if it were allowed to be economically feasible!

Heather Callaghan is a natural health blogger and food freedom activist. You can see her work at and Like at Facebook.

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How IKEA Is Helping The Refugee Crisis

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How IKEA Is Helping The Refugee Crisis

Where Are the Millions of Syrian Refugees Going?

The total number of people forcibly displaced from their homes worldwide reached 51 million in 2013. Here’s how the UN and IKEA are teaming up to help the refugee crisis.

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“In Central African Republic, they ran from home and slept under the trees. In Colombia, they dared not return to their villages. From Syria, they fled by the hundreds of thousands, escaping barrel bombs and summary executions.”

UN agency, IKEA campaign to brighten lives of thousands of refugees
“A global campaign launched by the big-box retailer Ikea has raised millions of dollars to help the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) in its efforts to provide refugees with renewable energy devices and educational opportunities, the agency announced today.”

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New Study Finds Marijuana Can Effectively Treat Depression

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A new study has confirmed what many have known for decades – that marijuana can effectively treat different mental health conditions like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and chronic pain.

Neuroscientists at the University of Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions found that endocannabinoids, which are chemical compounds in the brain that active THC receptors, may help treat depression that has resulted from chronic stress.

While studying rats, researchers found that chronic stress reduced the production of endocannabinoids, which affect our cognition, emotion and behavior, and have been linked to reduced feelings of pain and anxiety, increases in appetite and overall feelings of well-being. This reduction of endocannabinoids showed to be a risk factor for developing depression.

“Using compounds derived from cannabis — marijuana — to restore normal endocannabinoid function could potentially help stabilize moods and ease depression,” lead researcher Dr. Samir Haj-Dahmane said in a university press release.

Additional research about the impact of marijuana on PTSD further bolstered the neuroscientists’ findings. A study published last year in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology showed that cannabinoids triggered changes in the brain that prevented the behavioral and psychological symptoms of PTSD.

Unfortunately, it’s a two way street with depression and marijuana. Some research has shown heavy marijuana smokers to be at a higher risk for the development of depression. More studies are needed to corroborate this finding.


Judge Napolitano: Rand Paul Broadening His Base, Every Bit as Libertarian as His Father

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Kristan T. Harris | The Rundown Live

Judge Andrew Napolitano joined the Anarchast show and was questioned about his thoughts on presidential candidate Rand Paul’s lack of Libertarian principle. Recent concerns over statements on drones and his flip-flopping on the drug war has many devout libertarians and lovers of freedom concerned.

“Let me ask you about Rand Paul which you brought up”, prodded Anarchast host Jeff Berwick. “There is a conversation going on in the Libertarian community right now about is he as libertarian as his father.” “Whats your take on Rand Paul versus Ron Paul?”

(See Also: Berwick on The Rundown Live)

The Senior Judicial Analyst for Fox News gave his insight on what he believes is Rand Paul massaging his message to broaden his appeal to conservatives or in other words, just playing politics.

“I think that Rand Paul is every bit as libertarian as his father. I think he has a way of expressing things as a way to broaden his base. His father as you know ran for president as a libertarian… as the nominee of the Libertarian party and also ran for the Republican nomination for president twice. His father did not choose to broaden his appeal by broadening his base, Senator Paul has done that”, responded Judge Napolitano.

Napolitano continued, “Having said that, there are some things he has said recently that cannot be defended from a libertarian point of view. Make no pretense about it…but I believe he has said those things in a heat of a Republican primary where his audience is primarily conservative republican, and not libertarian. But I am satisfied to the core of my being that if he were elected president he would govern the same way his father would. With the same deep profound fidelity to profound principles of liberty that you and I have Jeff and most people listening to us now. “

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“Not Just a Few Bad Apples,” Bill Maher Calls Out Police Across the US

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Jay Syrmopoulos | FreeThoughtProject

“There’s something wrong with the whole barrel. It’s not just a few apples.”

Los Angeles, Calif. – After the recent police killing of Walter Scott, controversial talk show host Bill Maher took aim at one of the most common, and absurd, arguments put forth by police brutality apologists; that there are just a few bad apples.

“How do you explain a police officer, who up until that moment doesn’t seem like a crazy person. Who then just goes to; “Hey this is the United States of Saudi Arabia and if you run from a cop I shoot you,” Maher commented.

During Friday’s segment of Real Time, Maher pushed back on the notion that police are working to help communities.

“I guess they are. But that second cop came over, and he was black, and he was helping the guy cover it up,” Maher argued. “If you’re helping to cover up this police culture, they’re not all good. There’s something wrong with the whole barrel. It’s not just a few apples.”

Maher went on to comment on the sheer ugliness of officer Slager’s behavior post shooting, stating that he appeared almost “non-chalant” after shooting Scott in the back and killing him.

He also took issue with the fact that Slager fired eight shots at Scott as he ran away, stating that guns have become the “tool of choice” in America.

“We see it in movies. We see it in videos,” Maher said. “It just seems like the gun is too ready and available. And also, why do guns always have to empty the whole clip?”

New York Times columnist Ross Douhat responded,

“The reason cops are supposed to empty the clip is that, in police training, you’re supposed to shoot to take down the person coming at you. This is why people say, ‘Cops should be trained to shoot somebody in the ankle’ and so on. That doesn’t work. If you’re actually in a life-or-death situation, you’re supposed to aim for the center.”

“Really? I think that would work on me,” Maher replied. “I think if you get shot in the leg, it works. What bullsh*t is that?”

CNN host Fareed Zakaria weighed in during the discussion, arguing that police in America are “armed to the teeth” and that new data suggests U.S. citizens are now “50 times more likely to be killed by a cop than a terrorist in the United States.”

“It just feels like we’ve gotten away from the Anglo-American system of justice, which was all about the rights of the individual,” Zakaria said. “That was meant to be the heart of what the Anglo-American justice system was about.”

What’s clear is that without cell phone footage, Walter Scott’s cold-blooded killing would have been just another justifiable homicide committed by law enforcement. As Maher pointed out, it isn’t simply a few bad apples but a systemic problem ingrained in law enforcement.

Jay Syrmopoulos is an investigative journalist, freethinker, researcher, and ardent opponent of authoritarianism. He is currently a graduate student at University of Denver pursuing a masters in Global Affairs. Jay’s work has previously been published on and You can follow him on Twitter @sirmetropolis, on Facebook at Sir Metropolis and now on tsu.

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This Molecular Biologist Is Here To Explain Exactly How THC Completely Kills Cancer

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HigherPerspective | The Rundown Live

I think I’ve heard it about a billion times now that cannabis can kill cancer cells. What I’ve never been able to say for sure is how it’s done. Enter Dr. Christina Sanchez, a molecular biologist at Compultense University in Madrid, Spain. In the video above, she clearly explains how it is that cannabinoids are able to kill cancer cells.

Cannabinoids are compounds that include cannabinol and the active constituents of cannabis. They are responsible for activating cannabinoid receptors in the body, which causes the body to produce compounds called endocannabinoids, which play a role in providing a healthy environment inside of the body.

Pretty neat, huh?

Check out Dr. Sanchez’s video above. She breaks it down way better than we could.


Rand Paul was Against the Drug War Before He was for it

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Nick Bernabe | ANTIMEDIA

If Rand Paul were elected in 2016, which Rand could be expect to rule the “free world”?

Presidential candidate Senator Rand Paul has confused his grass-roots supporters after flip-flopping on his stance regarding the War on Drugs, leaving activists unsure of where he truly stands on the issue.

The Senator was speaking to a group of conservative evangelical pastors in 2013 when, according to the Washington Post, he “assured the group that he disagrees with libertarians who support legalizing drugs. When one pastor inquired about ideological ties between Paul and his father, the senator asked that he be judged as his own man.”

Then, “He made it very clear that he does not support legalization of drugs like marijuana and that he supports traditional marriage,” said Brad Sherman of the Solid Rock Christian Church in Coralville, Iowa.

He later went on to explain that he supports criminalizing drugs, ignorantly comparing cannabis use to a bunch of hippies running around naked in a state of refer madness.

Paul also came under fire from libertarian activists after recently calling the rising tide of acceptance of LGBT marriage a “moral crisis” which is in need of “spiritual cleansing.”

But Rand was in favor of ending the Drug War dating back to 2000 and as recently as March of this year. The Senator proposed a bill with fellow Senator Cory Booker in March which would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. He made his stance very clear in a November 2014 interview with comedian Bill Maher:

Bill Maher: “You said in 2000, “The war on drugs is an abysmal failure and a waste of money.” Are you still on that page?”

Rand Paul: “I’m absolutely there, and I’ll do everything to end the war on drugs….The war on drugs has become the most racially disparate outcome that you have in the entire country. Our prisons are full of black and brown kids. Three-fourths of the people in prison are black or brown, and white kids are using drugs, Bill, as you know…at the same rate as these other kids. But kids who have less means, less money, kids who are in areas where police are patrolling…Police are given monetary incentives to make arrests, monetary incentives for their own departments. So I want to end the war on drugs because it’s wrong for everybody, but particularly because poor people are caught up in this, and their lives are ruined by it.”

Rand Paul, who had been riding the momentum of his father’s 2012 anti-establishment presidential campaign, has resorted to the flip-flopping, pandering politics we’ve come to expect from establishment candidates.

Personally I think the old, drone-filibustering Rand Paul was much more interesting. That, of course, was before he flip-flopped on drones too.

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