South Carolina Just Legalized Growing Hemp

By Anti-Media South Carolina — Very quietly, South Carolina has just legalized the growth of industrial hemp. House Bill 3559, mixed in among a pile of legislation before the General Assembly, was signed into law in mid-May. Lawmakers approved the pilot program to determine what kind of value farmers will get from their crops. After…

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More Than 700 Oil Spills In North Dakota Reported In Same Month Pipeline Opens

By Alex Pietrowski There’s more reason to be concerned about the Dakota Access Pipeline than you may think. The distress expressed by water protesters at Standing Rock is not just for the sake of opposing big oil. There is a valid reason: the prevalence of oil spills in North Dakota. To emphasize this possibility, let’s take a…

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School Lunch in Japan – It’s Not Just About Eating!

By CafCu Media A fascinating look into the life of Japanese schoolchildren and why lunchtime is a fun, enriching (and hygienic?) experience. Get inspired to see how Japanese students operate their lunch period! You can see why “lunch period” is placed as a learning period in Japanese schools. Directed, edited and filmed by Atsuko Satake Quirk,…

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Medical Propaganda Headlines for Gullible Minds

By Jon Rappoport Warning: don’t use common sense in judging medical pronouncements. You’ll lapse from The Holy Order of Mystical Research. Medical public-relations people keep a steady stream of stories flowing to the press, day after day. Aside from filling space, their main function is to assure the public that “advances are always being made”…

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UK Students Are Currently Driving Rosemary Essential Oil Sales Up

  By Heather Callaghan, Editor This article is powered by Rosemary essential oil – and there’s a reason for that. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has long been thought to stoke memory in folklore. Now that science has been putting those uses through clinical human trials – we can see that the things of folklore are oft based…

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Orange Petunias Are GMO Per Finnish Food Safety Authority Report

By Catherine J. Frompovich One of the staple flowering annuals of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, petunias, has been confirmed to be genetically modified (GMO) in Europe.  The ORANGE-color petunia, according to Finnish reports, is GMO.  Petunias came in various naturally-occurring colors, but never ORANGE! According to Greenhouse Management news, the USDA has launched an…

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Remarkable Beach Cleanup Removes 5.3 Million Kg of Trash, Transforms Coastline

By Anna Hunt This is one of the most dramatic beach makeovers, ever. Over a span of 85 weeks, resident volunteers in north western Mumbai, India, transformed Versova beach from one of the most littered to absolutely stunning. The beach cleanup removed 5.3 million kilograms of trash, which is over half of the daily garbage generated by…

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Keep These Garden Pests Out of Your Garden Naturally

By Ariana Marisol Save your crop! Learn how to identify these destructive pests and get them out of your garden. Squash Bug Physical Description: Young nymphs are wingless and gray with spindly legs and dark markings. Nymphs often feed in groups, and all stages of squash bugs emit an unpleasant odor when crushed. Eggs are bronze-colored…

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