Category: environment

Government Considering Monarch Butterfly for Endangered Species List

Monarch Butterflies Rapidly Disappearing from Western North America – More Than the East Something is causing monarch butterflies to disappear at a dramatically higher rate in western North America than in the eastern regions of the U.S. In the early 1990s, people in the coastal areas of California noticed a disconcerting decline of the monarch. It turns…

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Invisible Plastic Nanoparticles Now Being Found In Drinking Water

By Heather Callaghan, Editor OrbMedia asks: If microscopic plastic is in oceans, lakes, and rivers, is it in drinking water as well? “In the first public scientific study of its kind, we found previously unknown plastic contamination in the tap water of cities around the world,” they wrote recently in a special edition. They claim everyone in the world…

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Consuming Folate Around Conception Reduces Risk of Autism From Pesticides

By Mae Chan Mothers exposed to pesticides who took high-doses of folic acid around conception reduced their risk of having children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), according to a study in Environmental Health Perspectives. An editorial published previous in the prestigious journal Environmental Health Perspectives called for increased research to identify possible environmental causes of…

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These Non-Plastic Bags Provide Food to Animals

By Amelia Kinney The bags dissolve quickly in warm water, and cost only two cents more than traditional supermarket bags. Although reusable grocery bags have become more common worldwide— due to bag bans, taxes, limits, and other initiatives— more than a trillion bags are discarded every year. Now, these plastic bags are strewn across once-pristine beaches and kill more…

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Best Way to Remove Fluoride from Tap Water?

Drinking water with high levels of fluoride can lead to many dangers. Some side effects that are brought on by fluoride exposure are dental fluorosis, reduced intelligence in children and a damaged nervous system. It costs a pretty penny to have a water purification system, so many are stuck with fluoridated water. A lot of the people buy water…

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Farmers & Farm Organizations Urge EPA & USDA to Address Threat from Dicamba Pesticide Drift

Farmers Challenge Monsanto CEO’s Definition of “Success” Washington, DC – As members of Congress return to Capitol Hill today, 85 farm and farmer support organizations sent letters to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) urging them to better protect farm families from an unprecedented spike in crop loss from herbicide drift. Experts estimate that…

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The Role Of Aluminum In Changing Human Biology To Accept The Ionized Atmosphere We Live In: Part 3 Former CIA Officer Explains The Shadow Government and Deep State Roles In How Technology Makes It Possible

By Catherine J. Frompovich Kevin Shipp is a former CIA officer in counter intelligence and supervising manager, who has become a whistleblower. The CIA acts outside the U.S. Constitution and that’s what made and makes Kevin Shipp speak out. He talks about the Shadow Government and the Deep State. They are not one and the…

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The Role Of Aluminum In Changing Human Biology To Accept The Ionized Atmosphere We Live In: Part 2 Elana Freeland Discusses Chemtrails, HAARP And Aluminum, The Key Connection

By Catherine J. Frompovich After reading Part One of this three-part series, readers probably are wondering what comes next and has Frompovich gone off the deep end into science fiction. Even though it may sound like I have, in this part I introduce readers to numerous dots of information that can be connected more effectively…

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The Role Of Aluminum In Changing Human Biology To Accept The Ionized Atmosphere We Live In: Part 1 Vaccines

By Catherine J. Frompovich Is there something so “in our faces” going on that we don’t recognize it for what it is, plus apparent calculated and long-range motives? What I’m talking about is the ubiquitous presence of aluminum, aka aluminium. Aluminum is number 13 on the Periodic Table of Elements and makes up about 8…

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Can Low Doses of Chemicals Affect Your Health? A New Report Weighs the Evidence

By Rachel Shaffer, University of Washington Toxicology’s founding father, Paracelsus, is famous for proclaiming that “the dose makes the poison.” This phrase represents a pillar of traditional toxicology: Essentially, chemicals are harmful only at high enough doses. But increasing evidence suggests that even low levels of “endocrine disrupting chemicals” can interfere with hormonal signals in…

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