Category: environment

California Gov’t Caught Building Housing on Contaminated Nuclear Test Sites

By Rachel Blevins As the city of San Francisco attempts to build new government housing on a former nuclear test site, an investigation has revealed that the contractors who were supposed to clean up the area intentionally botched the work, even going as far as to swap soil samples from contaminated sites with clean ones….

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Aftermath of the Mount Polley, British Columbia Tailings Lagoon Dam Failure

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, guest to Natural Blaze A Partial Timeline of the Aftermath of the Mount Polley, British Columbia Tailings Lagoon Dam Failure of August 4. 2014 Before reading the timeline of the aftermath of the Mt Polley disaster, please go to the following site where there are a number of photos of the…

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Scientists Trigger Artificial Photosynthesis, Cleans Air and Produces Energy

By Natural Blaze For those who lay awake at night terrified by so-called climate change, please know that a number of innovations have surfaced to head environmental issues off at the pass. What if there were a way to collect and clean the air and produce clean energy at the same time? (On the other hand,…

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Microplastics Now Pose Even Greater Threat To Land Than Oceans

By Jason Erickson “In fact, terrestrial microplastic pollution is much higher than marine microplastic pollution” – about four to 23 times more… More attention continues to be placed on determining any ill effects that microplastics (microbeads) are having on human health and the environment. Previous concerns have been raised in everything from toothpaste to beer…

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BLM to Remove Horses to “Protect Land,” Gives Protected Land Away to Miners in Gold-Rush Style Grab

By Natural Blaze Recently we reported on the urgent nature of the Federal Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) goal to slaughter 90,000 wild horses from public land in Nevada. And more recently, on their goal to quietly castrate and/or move 10,000 horses in order to “protect the land.” Yet today marks the day of the “‘Outrageous’…

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Ohio Gov. Candidate Dennis Kucinich Releases Scathing Anti-Fracking Statement, Intent To Ban Fracking

SPECIAL REPORT By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze Ohio Gubernatorial candidate, Dennis Kucinich, released the first in a series of forthcoming detailed platform points surrounding his campaign on January 25. Fracking, a contentious issue for the people of Ohio (but not for their politicians) has contributed to poor water quality, decrease in agriculture, and damages to human health…

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Sea Turtles Stunned By Cold Weather Rescue In Florida

By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel, guest to Natural Blaze You might have heard that this winter, temperatures in Florida have been so low that iguanas have fallen out of trees, seemingly frozen. But did you know the cold weather has affected other animals in the state? The low temperatures have particularly hurt sea turtles, “freezing” them to the…

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The Strongest Evidence that “Climate Change” is a Strategy to Justify Spraying the Skies

  By Markab Algedi, Natural Blaze A great conclusion reached by the most intensive and dedicated independent researchers on geoengineering (seeking an explanation for why our skies are sprayed nearly every day), is this: the mention of global warming or climate change as an imminent threat to humanity by powerful individuals and institutions is a coordinated effort…

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