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Planetary Crossroads! Where Do We Want to Go?

Planetary Crossroads! Where Do We Want to Go?

We are now at a grave planetary crossroad. Individually, we are also at potentially and dramatically life-changing times. Where do we truly want to go? We now we have two choices. Collectively, as wrecked societies and battered cultures that have been created by insider elites, wealthy banksters and their government cohorts, our “strings” have been pulled to conform and dance to rigged criminal tunes. This is all for the benefit of a dark cabal, a new world dis-order. It is all based on harm and destruction.

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Hempcrete: The Amazing and Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Concrete [video]

Posted by on August 14, 2012 in Environment with 1 Comment
Hempcrete: The Amazing and Environmentally-Friendly Alternative to Concrete [video]

(Al Jazeera) Hempcrete is an environmentally-friendly building material made using fibres from a variety of the plant which is low in THC, the psychoactive chemical in cannabis. This fast-growing crop can lock up around 1.4 tonnes of carbon per tonne of hemp, making it carbon-negative.

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Predictions: The Bane of the Alternative Media

Posted by on August 14, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
Predictions: The Bane of the Alternative Media

Richard Dolan (Keyhole Publishing) Simply put, the 2012 Olympics were supposed to feature a phony alien invasion that was designed to scare the hell out of you so that you would acquiesce into accepting an overt global fascism. The primary day for this apparently was supposed to be Saturday, August 4. A great holographic display of an ET mothership (or, depending on your variation in this, Jesus, Satan, or whomever) was supposed to appear and, one supposes, people were simply going to check their brains and accept it all.

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There Is a Better Way: Pioneer in Sustainable Agriculture Shares His Vision of the Future of Food

Posted by on August 14, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
There Is a Better Way: Pioneer in Sustainable Agriculture Shares His Vision of the Future of Food

By Dr. Joseph Mercola (Mercola.com) I recently visited Joel Salatin at his Polyface farm in Virginia. He’s truly one of the pioneers in sustainable agriculture, and you can take a virtual tour through his various farm operations in the video above. As a physician, it’s patently obvious to me—and I’m sure most of you viewing […]

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New Energy Source: Major Advance in Generating Electricity From Wastewater

Posted by on August 13, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 2 Comments
New Energy Source: Major Advance in Generating Electricity From Wastewater

(Eurekalert) Engineers at Oregon State University have made a breakthrough in the performance of microbial fuel cells that can produce electricity directly from wastewater, opening the door to a future in which waste treatment plants not only will power themselves, but will sell excess electricity.

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Smoking Gun: HAARP and Chemtrails Connection

Posted by on August 10, 2012 in Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Smoking Gun: HAARP and Chemtrails Connection

The HAARP patent talks about introducing small particles into the atmosphere and then using HAARP to move them and the matter around them for the purpose of weather modification. HAARP can be used in conjunction with chemtrails in order to modify the weather. Disbursed metallic particles such as aluminum, barium and strontium (the main chemtrail ingredients) may increase the atmosphere’s conductivity and therefore enhance HAARP’s weather modification performance.

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16 Year-old Student Discovers Inexpensive Way to Convert Plastic Into Biofuel

Posted by on August 8, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
16 Year-old Student Discovers Inexpensive Way to Convert Plastic Into Biofuel

(Green Planet) A sixteen-year-old Egyptian student, Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad from the Zahran Language School in Alexandria has identified a new low-cost catalyst which can generate biofuel by breaking down plastic waste. The idea of breaking down plastic polymers into fuel feedstocks, the bulk raw material used for producing biofuel, is not a new idea.

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U.S. Freezes All Nuclear Power Plant Licensing Decisions

Posted by on August 8, 2012 in Climate Change, Eco-Friendly, Environment with 0 Comments
U.S. Freezes All Nuclear Power Plant Licensing Decisions

Federal nuclear regulators froze at least 19 final reactor licensing decisions in response to a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit that spent nuclear fuel stored on-site at nuclear power plants “poses a dangerous, long-term health and environmental risk.” As a result, the NRC today put a hold on nine construction and operating licenses, eight license renewals, one operating license, and one early site permit.

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Progress: Amazon Deforestation Contiunes To Decline

Posted by on August 7, 2012 in Environment with 0 Comments
Progress: Amazon Deforestation Contiunes To Decline

(The Guardian) Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest has fallen again in the past 12 months, according to preliminary data published by Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research. The reduction follows the passing of Brazil’s Forest Code in April, which green campaigners say weakened forest protection measurements.

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Independent Study: GMOs Make Animals Sterile, Unable to Reproduce

Posted by on August 6, 2012 in Environmental Hazards, Hazards, Issues & Diseases with 1 Comment
Independent Study: GMOs Make Animals Sterile, Unable to Reproduce

(NaturalNews) A study presented at the Days of Defense Against Environmental Hazards in Russia has unveiled once again the implicit dangers associated with the consumption of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs). According to Voice of Russia, scientists from the National Association for Gene Security and the Institute of Ecological and Evolutional Problems discovered that animals fed GMOs as part of their normal diet eventually develop the inability to reproduce.

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Environmental Efforts Power the Olympics

Posted by on August 6, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 1 Comment
Environmental Efforts Power the Olympics

(Discovery News) We’re seeing a lot of gold at this year’s Olympics, but behind the scenes, it’s all green. From environmentally responsible energy to recyclable venues, the London 2012 Olympics could be one of the most eco-friendly games yet. Two areas stand out when talking about sustainability and the Olympics, transportation and architecture.

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Best Speech Ever on Animal Rights by Philip Wollen, Australian Philanthropist and Former VP of Citibank [video]

Posted by on August 5, 2012 in Animals and Pets, Environment with 3 Comments
Best Speech Ever on Animal Rights by Philip Wollen, Australian Philanthropist and Former VP of Citibank [video]

Warning: This video may change your thinking about eating meat. Philip Wollen’s shakes the rafters of the auditorium with his 10-minute speech about animal rights and getting animals off of the menu. It is perhaps the best speech ever delivered on the topic.

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Island of Tokelau to be World’s First Fully Solar-Powered Nation

Posted by on August 3, 2012 in Climate Change, Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
Island of Tokelau to be World’s First Fully Solar-Powered Nation

(NBC News) A project to convert the tiny island nation of Tokelau to all solar power is nearing fruition, as workers finish the first of three major panel arrays. Once activated, the installations should provide more than 90 percent of the power used by the islands’ 1,711 residents.

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Nano Breakthrough Paves Way For Super Cheap Solar Panels

Posted by on August 1, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Nano Breakthrough Paves Way For Super Cheap Solar Panels

Klint Finley (Wired.com) Two things hold back the mass adoption of solar energy as a source of sustainable energy. One is the need to store and transmit excess power, a problem people like Danielle Fong are working on solving by developing innovative new ways to store power.

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Dolphin Social Networks Show Hints of Culture

Posted by on August 1, 2012 in Wildlife with 0 Comments
Dolphin Social Networks Show Hints of Culture

Jane J. Lee (LiveScience) For the bottlenose dolphins of Shark Bay, Australia, functional fashion seems to be all the rage, with inclusion in cliques dependent on whether one is wearing a nose sponge — a tool that helps dolphins find food — new research suggests. The female dolphins that wear marine basket sponges on their beaks to scour the sandy bottoms of deep channels for fish associate more with each other than with non-sponge users, the researchers said.

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