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Awesome Invention Allows You To Bake Edible Spoons To Reduce Plastic Waste

By Amanda Froelich Because it’s so easy to use single-waste plastic, such as cutlery, plates, and cups, one rarely thinks twice before tossing the materials into the trash. It’s because of this, however, that the world is becoming increasingly burdened by plastic pollution. According to statistics compiled by The World Counts, humanity’s wasteful habits are…

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An Open Letter to World Health Organization’s EMF Project Requesting Non-thermal Radiation Adverse Health Effects Be Recognized and Conflicts of Interest Purged from the Evaluation Working Group

By Catherine J. Frompovich Humans are living in a sea of electromagnetic radiofrequencies, some of which are not recognized for the health harms they cause. The very agency that should be at the forefront of setting safety standards, the World Health Organization Working Group on the Evaluation of Health Effects from Radiofrequency (RF) Radiation, is…

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Proposed Bill to Block Mandatory Microchipping of Citizens

By Brandon Turbeville A new bill being proposed by a Nevada state senator is drawing attention not only from Nevada citizens but from people across the country. This is because Senate Bill 109 proposed by Senator Becky Harris is seen by many as a preemptive measure against the obvious push to implant humans with microchips…

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The Wireless World of Health Harms

By Catherine J. Frompovich January 30, 2017, Olga Sheean presented an opus-like, 57-page report “Setting the standard for a wireless world of harm,” a call for action and accountability [1] to the United Nations for whom she worked at one time until, unfortunately, she became electromagnetically hypersensitive (EHS). She worked at UNAIDS, the joint United…

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Smart Dust – The Future of Involuntary Treatment of the Public

  By Pedro Aquila Smart dust is a name given to extremely small computing particles, RFID chips, or other very small technologies. A popular article from Extreme Tech describes it in the headline: “Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand.” An article from War is Boring is titled “Future Military Sensors…

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Boeing Used Potatoes Instead of People To Test Its Wi-Fi

By Catherine J. Frompovich Here’s one for the record books, that’s Ripley’s Believe It Or Not edition, if it’s still in print. According to a December 2012 BBC news report, “Boeing uses potatoes instead of people to test wi-fi.” I wonder what those potatoes in sacks had to say about how their brains reacted. Oh,…

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Could Your Fitbit Data Be Used To Deny You Health Insurance?

By Andrew Boyd, University of Illinois at Chicago Wearing a fitness tracking device could earn you cash from your health insurance company. At first, this sounds lucrative for the people who participate, and good for the companies, who want healthier insurance customers. But it’s not quite so simple. Under the program, people who have certain…

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