Category: environment

Are Microwaves Mutating Enablers For Bacteria And Other Super Bugs?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Professor Olle Johansson, Associate Professor at the Karolinska Institute, Department of Neuroscience and head of The Experimental Dermatology Unit, in Stockholm, Sweden, recently advised about extremely-concerning research confirming “bacteria exposed to mobile phone and WiFi radiation turned resistant to antibiotics, science demonstrates [1].” Taheri, et al. published “Evaluation of the Effect…

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Alarming Study: Pharmaceutical Factory Pollution Accelerating Spread of Superbugs

By Annabelle Bamforth The issue of “pharmaceutical pollution” was recently highlighted in a study that points to inadequate waste management policies leading to the presence of both pharmaceutical products as well as drug-resistant superbugs in the waters of India. The study, published in the scientific journal Infection, focused on the environmental impact of drug production…

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NASA Releasing Artificial Clouds Over Maryland Coast

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Associated Press is reporting that NASA is to release luminescent, artificial clouds above the mid-atlantic coast. The clouds will be accompanied by a sounding rocket launch from the Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia’s eastern shore between 4:25 a.m. and 4:42 a.m. NASA’s stated purpose of the release is to test a new…

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DAPL Company Hired War on Terror Contractors to Suppress Native Uprising

By Lauren McCauley Leaked docs reveal the collusion between local police forces, pipeline company, and defense contractors as they executed ‘military-style counterterrorism measures’ to suppress the water protectors. The years-long, Indigenous-led fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) briefly captured the nation’s attention last fall as images of peaceful resisters being sprayed with water canons…

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Media Normalization of Geoengineering: “The Fact Is, We Are Living Through a Test Already”

By Melissa and Aaron Dykes “The fact is, we are living through a test already.” — The New York Times The New York Times recently printed a cheerleading article in obvious support of spraying the atmosphere (and thus, the population) with tons of particulates. The article’s headline, “Is It O.K. to Tinker With the Environment…

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Uranium Mining in the Grand Canyon Continues Despite Years of Resistance

By Vic Bishop Sad but true, the dramatic opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota failed to achieve the result of stopping corporate and political powers from proceeding with the pipeline. Less than six months after the camp’s abandonment, the pipeline is functional and leaks are already…

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Ecuador Holds World Reforestation Record for Planting 647,250 Trees in a Single Day

By Anna Hunt A record set by the people of Ecuador is one of the most impressive in the Guinness Book of World Records still stands. In just one day in 2015, thousands of volunteers from around the country planted 647,250 trees in over 150 locations. Deforestation Ecuador is one of the countries that’s been…

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What’s Really Behind Assault on Tesla Factory “Safety?”

By Tony Cartalucci, LocalOrg Fronts representing big-oil and big-auto are spearheading a widening PR campaign targeting electric car manufacturer and alternative energy company Tesla. Alternative energy company Tesla which includes US-based electric car development and production, battery production, and now also includes residential solar panel and battery systems previously under SolarCity, represents a simultaneous threat to several…

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Landmark Report Shows Bee-killing Seed Coatings Aren’t Worth the Harm

Farmer and environmental friendly alternatives should replace toxic neonic seed coatings WASHINGTON – A new report, Alternatives to Neonicotinoid Insecticide-Coated Corn Seed: Agroecological Methods are better for Farmers and the Environment, released recently from Center for Food Safety, shows that environmentally harmful neonicotinoid (neonic) insecticide seed coatings are largely unnecessary and ineffective. The landmark report is…

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