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Hempcrete, Made From Hemp, Used To Build Houses

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 1 Comment
Hempcrete, Made From Hemp, Used To Build Houses

(Huffington Post) Imagine you had a building material that was energy-efficient, non-toxic and resistant to mold, insects and fire. The material may even have a higher R-value, or thermal resistance, than concrete, a claim that is still being investigated. The only problem? The base of the Hempcrete creation is hemp, which comes from the cannabis […]

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Green Fuel is Possible with Artificial Algae Ecosystems

Posted by on May 20, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
Green Fuel is Possible with Artificial Algae Ecosystems

(PhysOrg) Algae could become an important source of sustainable biofuel, as production doesn’t compete with food crops for land. But we may need to change the way we grow algae from closed systems to open ponds if it is to be low-carbon and cost-effective. This is because current algae production in closed systems – usually […]

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Commentary on Terrorism, HAARP & Futzing With the Weather on NY’s PIX 11 News [video]

Posted by on May 17, 2012 in Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
Commentary on Terrorism, HAARP & Futzing With the Weather on NY’s PIX 11 News [video]

On New York’s PIX 11 News, Lionel provides commentary on HAARP, weather control,and mainstream media.   Said Lionel: “Let’s have a thought experiment, shall we? … Let’s assume that I just appointed you my terror czar.  And, I don’t mean preventing terror, I mean exacting it, and causing it, and directing it towards an enemy. I […]

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Pacific ‘Garbage Patch’ Changing Insect Mating Habits

Posted by on May 10, 2012 in Environment with 1 Comment
Pacific ‘Garbage Patch’ Changing Insect Mating Habits

(The Guardian) Marine insects in the Pacific Ocean are changing their reproduction habitats in response to environmental changes from the accumulating amount of rubbish in the north Pacific subtropical gyre, also known as the great Pacific garbage patch, according to researchers. The patch has increased in size 100 times since the 1970s, including its swath […]

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Secrets of the First Practical Artificial Leaf

Posted by on May 10, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Nature, Technology with 0 Comments
Secrets of the First Practical Artificial Leaf

(Eurekalert) A detailed description of development of the first practical artificial leaf — a milestone in the drive for sustainable energy that mimics the process, photosynthesis, that green plants use to convert water and sunlight into energy — appears in the ACS journal Accounts of Chemical Research. The article notes that unlike earlier devices, which […]

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Farmageddon – Mike Adams Interviews Kristin Canty about Raids on Rawesome, the Amish, and Other Farmers

Posted by on May 7, 2012 in Farming, Food, Drink & Nutrition with 0 Comments
Farmageddon – Mike Adams Interviews Kristin Canty about Raids on Rawesome, the Amish, and Other Farmers

Mike Adams, the Health Ranger,brings you breaking health freedom information about an incredible new documentary, Farmageddon, that reveals the the real-life threats to our food and health freedom happening every day.

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Wind Turbine Creates Water from Thin Air

Posted by on May 2, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Wind Turbine Creates Water from Thin Air

(CNN) Wind turbines have long produced renewable energy but a French engineering firm has discovered another eco-purpose for the towering structures. Eole Water claims to have successfully modified the traditional wind turbine design to create the WMS1000, an appliance that can manufacture drinking water from humid air. The company aims to start rolling out the […]

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Solar-powered Fabric Charges Phones on the Trail

Posted by on April 30, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Solar-powered Fabric Charges Phones on the Trail

(Discovery News) When every ounce on the trail counts, outdoor adventurers dream about ditching batteries. They might not have to wait. Designers at Colorado State University are developing solar-powered clothes from natural fibers that can charge a number of devices, including phones, tablets and GPS units. Professor Eulanda Sanders and associate professor Ajoy Sarkar in […]

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Chemtrail Geoengineering Lawsuit Moves Forward as Citizens Set To Provide Evidence

Posted by on April 23, 2012 in Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Chemtrail Geoengineering Lawsuit Moves Forward as Citizens Set To Provide Evidence

(By Alex Thomas Al DiCicco, an independent journalist and activist in Mohave County Arizona, has spoken out and rallied against the ongoing geoengineering of our skies at various local city council meetings and other public hearings. Now, after being involved in a series of tests that proved that he had high levels of barium and […]

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Gulf Seafood Deformities Alarm Scientists

Posted by on April 21, 2012 in Environment with 0 Comments
Gulf Seafood Deformities Alarm Scientists

(Al Jazeera) “The fishermen have never seen anything like this,” Dr Jim Cowan told Al Jazeera. “And in my 20 years working on red snapper, looking at somewhere between 20 and 30,000 fish, I’ve never seen anything like this either.” Dr Cowan, with Louisiana State University’s Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences started hearing about […]

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Tubular Solar Panels Create Electricity and Hot Water

Posted by on April 18, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Tubular Solar Panels Create Electricity and Hot Water

(Discovery) Look closely at these solar panels. They aren’t the flat panels commonly seen on rooftops, but arrays of tubular components. These tubes, developed by Naked Energy, in Guildford, England, are a kind of hybrid solar-energy contraption that make more efficient use of the sun’s energy to produce both electricity and hot water. They’re hybrid […]

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High-Flying Turbine Blimps Could Cut Wind Electricity Costs By 65 Percent

Posted by on April 15, 2012 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments
High-Flying Turbine Blimps Could Cut Wind Electricity Costs By 65 Percent

(Gizmodo) Wind blows stronger and more consistently as you rise above ground obstacles like buildings, trees, and hills. This makes for a lucrative green energy source—assuming you can lift generators 1000 feet in the air. This Airborne Wind Turbine could well become the first. Altaeros Energies is currently developing the Airborne Wind Turbine (AWT). It […]

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Solar Cells Thinner Than a Thread of Spider Silk Created by Scientists

Posted by on April 13, 2012 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 0 Comments
Solar Cells Thinner Than a Thread of Spider Silk Created by Scientists

(The Telegraph) The ultra-thin film consists of electrodes on a plastic foil and measures only 1.9 micrometres in thickness – a tenth of the thinnest solar cells currently available, according to researchers in Austria and Japan. The fact it is extremely thin, light and flexible paves the way for a number of new future uses, […]

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“THRIVE: What on Earth Will it Take” – Now Watch the Full Documentary Free Online

“THRIVE: What on Earth Will it Take” – Now Watch the Full Documentary Free Online

“THRIVE” is an an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what’s really going on in our world by following the money.  It is now available for FREE to view on YouTube and at thrivemovement.com.  THRIVE uncovers the corruption of the global elite and negative impact they have had in nearly every aspect of our […]

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Incredible Whale Encounter – Mother Gray Whale Lifts Her Calf Out of the Water! [HD]

Posted by on April 6, 2012 in Wildlife with 1 Comment
Incredible Whale Encounter – Mother Gray Whale Lifts Her Calf Out of the Water! [HD]

A mother gray whale lifted up her calf, seemingly to help it get a better view of the excited onlookers, which was caught on camera. The gray whales in San Ignacio Lagoon frequently approach small tourist boats, seeking the human interaction. While they could easily avoid the people, whose small boats are not allowed to […]

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