Tag: water

Erin Brockovich Won’t Back Down on Mount Pleasant Water Contamination Statements

By Heather Callaghan, Editor It’s been 19 years and Erin Brockovich still rises up to get involved in the time following the 1990s Oscar-winning movie about her fight with PG&E for a community that became a cancer cluster due to corporate malfeasance. When she speaks up, the world listens. Corporations and regulatory boards – be they reckless or negligent – think…

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Japan About to Drop Radioactive Tritium Waste in Pacific Ocean

By Heather Callaghan, Editor We live in a post-Fukushima world and it’s about to get worse… Sometimes it’s easy to blot out from our minds that the March 2011 Fukushima catastrophe that occurred when a major tsunami flooded Tepco’s nuclear cooling reactors following an earthquake was the worst radioactive disaster since the Chernobyl meltdown of 1986. Similar to Chernobyl,…

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This Plant-Based Water Filter Works Like A Mini Amazon Rainforest

By Amanda Froelich Purified water is essential for health, but many of the filters on the market contain toxins which may adversely affect one’s well-being rather than support it. For this reason, we can’t help but celebrate a home filtration system designed by Royal College of Art graduate Pratik Ghosh, which purifies waste water from…

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Antofagasta, Twin Metals, PolyMet and the Hidden Dangers of Modern High-Tech Copper Mining

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze Over the past two days, I revised a previous Duty to Warn column about copper mining titled “Corporate Sociopaths Out of Northern Minnesota” and then I also revised another column about the infamous British/Australian copper mining giant Rio Tinto that has devastated so much of the earth….

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Polluted Popsicle Art Sheds Light on Water Contamination

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Three Taiwan university students came up with a brilliant way to raise awareness about their polluted water reserves. By crafting real water samples into frozen popsicles that never melt because they fashioned them in resin. The dramatic array of colors and solids suspended in everyone’s favorite summer treat makes for an unsettling yet strangely…

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Shocking Study Finds Water of 15 million Americans Contains Deadly Cancerous DuPont Chemical

By Annabelle Bamforth A newly-released study and supplementary map show that 15 million Americans are exposed to toxins in their drinking water. The study, released in early June as a collaboration with the Environmental Working Group and the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute at Northeastern University, revealed that the issue is present in 27…

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Lawsuit Could End Water Fluoridation Once and For All by Demonstrating its Neurotoxicity

By Alex Pietrowski The practice of water fluoridation in the United States has been under growing scrutiny for years by a public that has become conscious of the fact that adding toxic chemicals which are proven to be harmful to human health and children’s development to public water is medication without consent. Nevertheless, the effort…

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Warning Signs Your Body is TOO Acidic and How to QUICKLY Alkalize It

By Organic and Healthy By now you’ve likely heard that acidity in your body can contribute to cancer, but do you know how to recognize the signs and fix it? In particular, our bodies function best between pH values of 7.0 – 7.4, though there’s some range involved. For instance, the mouth, pharynx and esophagus…

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