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Request for an Investigation of Documented Weather Modification

Posted by on February 17, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments
Request for an Investigation of Documented Weather Modification

The scope of these stratospheric aerosol geoengineering projects needs to be understood by the public because, despite their far-reaching goals, they are being implemented “under the radar,” all over the world, even as their well-paid proponents admit these programs could create a global ice age or alter global rainfall patterns and affect the food supply for billions of people.

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New Research Supports Many Benefits of Local Farming

Posted by on February 17, 2014 in Farming, Health with 1 Comment
New Research Supports Many Benefits of Local Farming

Policy makers should value environmental, health benefits of small-scale local farming, researcher argues.

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10 Reasons to Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline

Posted by on February 16, 2014 in Environment with 0 Comments
10 Reasons to Oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline

With the clock ticking down on a final decision by the Obama administration on Keystone XL, it’s time to update why National Nurses United (NNU) is opposed to a project that looks more like a pathway to pollution than a gateway to our gas pumps.Citing the threat to public health and how the project would hasten the climate crisis, nurses have been on the front line of protests against Keystone, a 1,700-mile pipeline that would transport 830,000 barrels of dirty tar sands oil every day from Alberta, Canada to U.S. Gulf Coast refineries, largely for export. Here’s 10 reasons why…

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Could Unusual Jet Stream Be To Blame For Long, Harsh Winter?

Posted by on February 16, 2014 in Earth & Space, Environment with 0 Comments

New research suggests that the main system that helps determine the weather over Northern Europe and North America may be changing. The study shows that the so-called jet stream has increasingly taken a longer, meandering path. This has resulted in weather remaining the same for more prolonged periods.

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Environmentalists’ Valentine Day Wish to Home Depot and Lowes: Stop Selling Bee-Harming Plants

Posted by on February 14, 2014 in Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments

More Than a Half Million People Demand Home Depot and Lowe’s Stop Selling Bee-Killing Pesticides. Dennis van Engelsdorp: “Why are we using these highly toxic chemicals on plants that have no human health risk or pose no food safety risk? Why are we marketing products that are so toxic to insects for purely ornamental use?”

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Major Step Towards The Holy Grail Of Clean Energy!

Posted by on February 13, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments

Scientists say it’s a major step toward the holy grail of clean energy: nuclear fusion. In a laboratory experiment reported in the journal Nature, scientists at California’s Lawrence Livermore lab produced more energy out of fusion than was contained in the fuel used to create the reaction.

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Coming Up on CLN Radio: Geoengineering, One Mind, The Bond and More!

Coming Up on CLN Radio: Geoengineering, One Mind, The Bond and More!

Programming Note: Our normally scheduled interview for Wednesday, February 12th will air on Monday, February 17th due to travel and interviews on-location at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles. Alexis Brooks recently sat down with Dane Wigington, George Barnes and Dr. Doug Levine to discuss the implications of Geoengineering and what we can all do […]

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Giant Leap For Nuclear Fusion As Scientists Get More Energy Out Than Fuel Put In

Posted by on February 12, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Giant Leap For Nuclear Fusion As Scientists Get More Energy Out Than Fuel Put In

Researchers in the US have overcome a key barrier to making nuclear fusion reactors a reality. In results published in Nature, scientists have shown that they can now produce more energy than the fuel put into an experiment. The use of fusion as a source of energy remains a long way off, but the latest development is an important step toward that goal.

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The Sixth Extinction: Elizabeth Kolbert on How Humans Are Causing Largest Die-Off Since Dinosaur Age

Posted by on February 11, 2014 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments

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In the history of the planet, there have been five known mass extinction events. The last came 65 million years ago, when an asteroid about half the size of Manhattan collided with the earth, wiping out the dinosaurs and bringing the Cretaceous period to an end. Scientists say we are now experiencing the sixth extinction, with up to 50 percent of all living species in danger of disappearing by the end of the century. But unlike previous extinctions, the direct cause this time is us. In “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History,” journalist Elizabeth Kolbert visits four continents to document the massive “die-offs” that came millions of years ago and those now unfolding before our eyes.

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The 14,000 Oil Spills Nobody is Talking About – Abby Martin

Posted by on February 11, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 0 Comments

Abby Martin goes over updates to the chemical spill in West Virginia and the coal-ash spill in North Carolina, exposing the human and environmental impact as well as the lack of accountability that accompanies tens of thousands of similar ecological catastrophes that occur in the US every year due to the US’ addiction to fossil fuel

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Fracking is Depleting Water Supplies in America’s Driest Areas, Report Shows

Posted by on February 5, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
Fracking is Depleting Water Supplies in America’s Driest Areas, Report Shows

From Texas to California, drilling for oil and gas is using billions of gallons of water in the country’s most drought-prone areas

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‘Take Back Your Power’ Wins Transformational Film of the Year Award

Posted by on February 5, 2014 in Environment with 0 Comments
‘Take Back Your Power’ Wins Transformational Film of the Year Award

The hard-hitting documentary ‘Take Back Your Power’ has been named winner of the AwareGuide Transformational Film of the Year. The crowdfunded film exposes in-home surveillance issues, customer billing corruption, potential health risks and other problems associated with utilites’ plans for upgrading to a centralized “smart” energy grid.

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Our Special Today Is Corn Chowder with Agent Orange

Posted by on February 4, 2014 in Farming, Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health with 1 Comment
Our Special Today Is Corn Chowder with Agent Orange

Remember Agent Orange? The US Army sprayed it all over Vietnam. It defoliated (destroyed) plant growth and brought on cancers and birth defects. One of its significant ingredients was a chemical called 2.4-D. Well, the US Dept. of Agriculture has cleared the way for brand new Dow GMO corn and soy crops. They are engineered to withstand spraying with 2,4-D. The theory is, the corn and soy will survive, but pesky weeds will die. Of course, the drifting spray of 2,4-D will kill all sorts of other plants, including fruit trees. And there is that species called Human. Have a little lymphoma with your corn chowder.

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The Ground Breaking Mathematics That Proves Free Energy Is Possible

Posted by on January 31, 2014 in Eco-Friendly with 0 Comments

Randy Powell discusses Vortex Based Mathematics, which is a concept he was taught by Marko Rodin. He suggests that this mathematics proves that free energy is possible.

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How Nuclear Fusion Will Save Mankind

Posted by on January 30, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Sci-Tech with 2 Comments

Nuclear Fusion and creating energy through cold fusion could potentially liberate the world of many of the energy struggles we currently are caught up in. Big oil and energy companies could learn to profit from nuclear energy through advanced innovation, or it could serve to act as a disruptive technology–the possibilities are explored in this interview clip with Stanford Research Institute director Dr. Michael McKubre and Buzzsaw host Sean Stone.

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