Archive for May, 2010 : Ed Norton Launches Fundraising Web PlatformMay 31st, 2010
Activist and actor Ed Norton has launched Crowdrise.com to help raise month for worthy causes.
A Common (GMO Modified) Food Causes Devastating Offspring Defects Says New StudyMay 31st, 2010
The study, which was conducted by the Russian equivalent of the US National Association for Gene Security, is an eye-opener on the dangers of GMO foods.
Tribes Can Provide the Key To Clean EnergyMay 31st, 2010
The prospect of generating clean energy from renewable resources presents tribes with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create jobs and protect natural and cultural resources.
Colo. Legislature’s 2010 Session Best Yet for Renewable-EnergyMay 31st, 2010
The 2010 legislative session proved to be the clean-energy sector’s biggest out of a four-year stretch in which Democrats led by Gov. Bill Ritter focused on promoting his “New Energy Economy.”
7 Future Wind Farms (A Photo Report)May 31st, 2010
The ongoing Gulf oil spill crisis is a painful reminder why we need to heavily invest in clean energy technology.
Waste Management Awards $100K Think Green Award for Biogas InventionMay 31st, 2010
In Texas, Waste Management awarded its first annual Think Green prize in the 2010 Rice University Business Plan Competition to Biogas & Electric, LLC, a California-based startup.
Compulsory Armageddon: First the Gulf, Then the PlanetMay 31st, 2010
Whenever the U.S. Empire wants to go after an inconvenient country, the specter of WMD, most notably nuclear weapons, is raised. The general public is frightened by nuclear Armageddon.
Israeli Strike on Freedom Flotilla, Part of a Broader Military AgendaMay 31st, 2010
The May 31st strike is a follow-up on “Operation Cast” initiated in late December 2008. It is meant to enforce the status of Gaza as a de facto urban prison.
Shadow Elite: Derivatives, A Horror StoryMay 31st, 2010
Unaccountable operators are increasingly shaping public policy to suit their own interests, a disturbing trend J.R. Wedel examines in her book Shadow Elite.
Did an American Mine Sink the South Korean Ship?May 31st, 2010
Although North Korea is blamed for sinking the corvette Cheonan on March 26, killing 46 sailors, another possibility is, that a U.S. rising mine sank the Cheonan in a friendly-fire accident.
Top Killing: Make Way For the ContractorsMay 31st, 2010
As the government takes over the clean up effort of their biochemical experiments, look for familiar contractors to show up ready to fatten their pockets.
America’s Space Fighter: New Threat To HumanityMay 31st, 2010
An American Air Force space fighter listed as top secret is currently being tested. The challenge is that the X-37B is not simply a reusable space fighter; it is America’s secret weapon.
British Government Outlines Plans To Dismantle WelfareMay 31st, 2010
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has set out plans for an assault on unemployment and invalidity benefits, as the precursor to a broader assault on welfare provision.
NASA: Is Approaching Space Object Artificial?May 31st, 2010
NASA authorities report that an unknown object approaching the Earth from deep space is almost certainly artificial in origin rather than being an asteroid.
Dangerous Bacterium Hits Phoenix AreaMay 31st, 2010
A dangerous strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has been confirmed for the first time in Arizona this year, striking 10 patients in the Phoenix area.
Swedish Breakthrough To Unlock ‘Super Material’ PotentialMay 31st, 2010
The cost of producing a renewable nano-based “super material” for the food packaging and processing sectors has been slashed thanks to the development of breakthrough technology, said research company Innventia.
Israel Rejects New Drive To Ban Nukes from MideastMay 31st, 2010
Israel, thought to be the Middle East’s only nuclear power, has rejected a new U.N. call to come clean about its secretive nuclear program, calling it a “deeply flawed and hypocritical” act.
The NSS: Not a Strategy, But Still a Good Process for National Security OfficialsMay 31st, 2010
Here is a great insight into the way Washington really works, from CNAS’ Richard Fontaine.
Wind Vibrations Turned into ElectricityMay 31st, 2010
Wind turbines are a common sight along the highway in parts of the country with more space than people. But there aren’t many wind turbines in heavily populated areas.
Normal Human Problems Turned into Medical Conditions To Spike Healthcare CostsMay 31st, 2010
Mainstream medicine has a huge new growth industry underway — the “medicalization” of the human condition.
Debating How Much Weed Killer Is Safe in Your Water GlassMay 31st, 2010
An investigation by The New York Times has found that in some towns, concentrations of weed killer atrazine in drinking water have spiked, sometimes for longer than a month.
Domestic Detox: Extreme Home CleaningMay 31st, 2010
Pollution, we’re learning, is personal. Each year brings reports of a new domestic horror, from the medical waste in the municipal water to the carcinogenic bacteria sprouting in your shower head.
Pollution Linked To High Blood PressureMay 31st, 2010
Big-city air pollution may contribute to higher blood pressure levels being observed among city residents, as compared to people who live in less polluted areas, according to a team of German researchers.
FDA Warns of Fracture Risk With Popular Heartburn DrugsMay 31st, 2010
Blockbuster heartburn medications such as Prevacid, Prilosec and Nexium will now carry a warning on their labels linking the drugs to a heightened risk for fractures, the U.S. FDA announced.
Free Speech About Science Act and Freedom of Health SpeechMay 31st, 2010
A nonprofit organization has recently come up with a Congressional bill designed to stop government censorship of truthful, scientific health claims about natural foods and herbs, and restore free speech to natural health.
Too Little Vitamin D May Worsen AsthmaMay 31st, 2010
People with asthma who have low levels of vitamin D fare worse than those with high levels of the “sunshine” vitamin, a new study finds.
Risks of Sunscreen: New ReportMay 31st, 2010
Since its first release in 1944, there are now more than 500 varieties of sunscreens. Aside from preventing sunburns, little else is known about the safety and efficacy of sunscreen lotions and sprays.
Replacing Animal-Based Remedies with PlantsMay 31st, 2010
In many parts of the world, people rely on animal-derived products as important healthcare options. Unfortunately, such medicinal use can threaten species’ survival.
America’s Best & Worst “Health” DrinksMay 31st, 2010
What we drink is making us fat. Watching what you drink is just as important, if not more so, than watching what you eat, especially if you’re trying to shed belly fat.
Brushing Teeth Twice a Day, Helps Against Heart DiseaseMay 30th, 2010
Individuals who have poor oral hygiene have an increased risk of heart disease compared to those who brush their teeth twice a day, finds research published today on BMJ.com.
Gaza Aid Ships Attacked, 2 Murdered by IsraelMay 30th, 2010
Israeli forces have attacked the international aid convoy Freedom Flotilla en route to the besieged Gaza Strip, killing at least two people and leaving more than 50 injured. When will the world start treating Israel as the criminal it is? Why does America keep paying Israel to commit atrocities?
A Disgrace of Historic ProportionsMay 30th, 2010
Virtually all of the prisoners in Gitmo are guilty of no crimes and were never suspected of any crimes. They are there only for the purpose of fueling hatred against the United States.
Hurricane Plus Oil Equals More ProblemsMay 30th, 2010
A predicted busy hurricane season this summer is on a collision course with an unprecedented oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the results are anyone’s guess, weather experts say.
Tracking Ticks via SatelliteMay 30th, 2010
Finding a tick usually involves a squeamish self-examination – carefully rubbing fingertips through the scalp. Now, there’s a new way to find the pesky, disease-laden critters–via satellite!
Facing Cold, Hard Truths About Global WarmingMay 30th, 2010
Bill McKibben, a leading environmentalist, argues in “Eaarth’’ that we have already so thoroughly altered the physical features of the planet that we must start preparing for a radically simplified lifestyle.
If an Electron Can Be in Two Places at Once, Why Can’t You?May 29th, 2010
Could gravity be what keeps our minds generally in our bodies?
The Sun’s Strange BehaviorMay 29th, 2010
The sun’s recent strange activity continues to baffle scientists.
At Least 205 Kids Abused by German JesuitsMay 29th, 2010
At least 205 children were subjected to horrific sexual, physical and psychological abuse by German Jesuits, which is just the tip of the iceberg.
Institutional Pedophiles Protected in TennesseeMay 29th, 2010
Long known for its deeply entrenched corruption, Tennessee recently threw out a lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Memphis.
The 10 Things You Don’t Know About the BP Oil DisasterMay 29th, 2010
How the owner of the exploded oil rig has made $270 million off the disaster, and nine other shocking, depressing facts about the oil spill.
Roundup Ready = Death & DiseaseMay 29th, 2010
New research reveals disastrous ecological impacts of the world’s top herbicide and the genetically modified (GM) crops made tolerant to it.
Eisenhower Told Aliens Are on Earth?May 28th, 2010
Was President Eisenhower really introduced to aliens?
Vatican Opens its Secret Archives, Sort ofMay 28th, 2010
The Vatican has allowed select journalists to to visit its secretive archives.
The Case of the Censored ScientistMay 28th, 2010
A leading Louisiana wetlands scientist was fired for speaking the truth.
Report: Soviets “Nuked” Gas Well FiresMay 28th, 2010
They’ve tried nearly everything else to seal the disastrous oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, so why not just nuke it?
Bill Gates Funds Covert Vaccine NanotechnologyMay 28th, 2010
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is gaining a reputation for funding technologies designed to roll out mass sterilization and vaccination programs around the world.
Jesuit Report Shows Years of Abuse Cover-UpMay 28th, 2010
A Jesuit investigation cited 205 allegations of sexual abuse against priests at its schools in Germany, a tiny fraction of the actual cases of abuse.
Texas Texts Tilt to the RightMay 28th, 2010
While not all of the changes are bad, the State of Texas is taking a huge leap backwards by changing school text books to support to support a fascist ideology.
Mystery Disease Linked to Missing Israeli ScientistMay 28th, 2010
A strange strain of virulent airborne fungi, believed to have been secretly studied by an Israeli-American scientist while in California, is reported to be spreading in the NW region.
32 States Now Officially Bankrupt: CA, MI, NY WorstMay 28th, 2010
Courtesy of Economic Policy Journal we now know that the majority of American states are currently insolvent, and that the US Treasury has been conducting a shadow bailout of at least 32 US states.
Archaeologists in NW China Unearth 2,000-year Old “Icebox”May 28th, 2010
Archaeologists in northwest China’s Shaanxi province have revealed that they have found a primitive “icebox” dating back at least 2,000 years in the ruins of an emperor’s residence.
Jamaica Violence ‘Linked To US Drug Market’May 28th, 2010
It is a paradox that the current spate of blood-letting in Jamaica’s capital, Kingston, has been provoked by the attempt to extradite a wanted man to the United States.
Archbishop Coleridge Letter — Better Late Than NeverMay 28th, 2010
Broken Rites Australia reacts to the letter from Archbishop Mark Benedict Coleridge.
Sahara Cave May Hold Clues To Dawn of EgyptMay 28th, 2010
Archaeologists are studying prehistoric rock drawings discovered in a remote cave in 2002, including dancing figures and strange headless beasts, as they seek new clues about the rise of Egyptian civilization.
Can Bacteria Make You Smarter?May 28th, 2010
Exposure to specific bacteria in the environment, already believed to have antidepressant qualities, could increase learning behavior, according to a research.
Archbishop Says Catholic Church Culture One of AbuseMay 28th, 2010
A Catholic Archbishop in Australia tells it like it is – Catholic Church culture encourages sexual abuse of children.
Nine Fish With “Hands” Found To Be New SpeciesMay 28th, 2010
Using its fins to walk, rather than swim, along the ocean floor in an undated picture, the pink handfish is one of nine newly named species described in a recent scientific review of the handfish family.
What NASA’s Airborne Missions Will Do in the Next Five YearsMay 28th, 2010
NASA’s new airborne science missions will investigate issues such as hurricanes, air quality, and Arctic ecosystems during the next five years.
Warner Bros. Sued for Pirating Anti-Piracy TechnologyMay 27th, 2010
Hollywood has long been known to steal ideas for their films. Now they are being accused of stealing technology to combat piracy.
NYT: U.S. Said To Order Secret Military ActionMay 27th, 2010
A military directive authorizes sending Special Ops troops to friendly and hostile nations.
US Sabotages ‘Unique Opportunity’ for Peaceful Resolution with IranMay 27th, 2010
On 17 May, Iran announced a joint declaration with Turkey and Brazil on a nuclear fuel swap deal. But less than 24 hours after, the Obama administration moved swiftly to sabotage the deal.
Gulf Oil Spill: A Tragic Accident, or Has War Been Silently Declared?May 27th, 2010
The explosion of oil destroying our gulf coast now is at best a tragic accident, at worst an act of war.
Activists Resist Expansion of US Military Presence in the PacificMay 27th, 2010
A number of activists opposed to US military bases were recently here in New York for the International Conference for a Nuclear-Free, Peaceful, Just and Sustainable World.
Debate Sparks Over Video Recording Of ArrestsMay 27th, 2010
Several Marylanders face felony charges for recording their arrests on camera, and others have been intimidated to shut their cameras off. That’s touched off a legal controversy.
Coca-Cola’s Murderous Record in Colombia ExposedMay 27th, 2010
Besides being a very unhealthy beverage, Coca-Cola has another dirty secret; It has been involved in a series of kidnappings involving union leaders and organizers at its Colombia bottling facilities.
Europe Had First Pyramids ClaimMay 27th, 2010
American author Paul Von Ward has backed a new campaign in Bosnia to have the “Bosnian Valley of Pyramids” given official recognition as the oldest and largest pyramids in the world.
Environmental Cancer Risks More DangerousMay 27th, 2010
Household and workplace chemicals might contribute to a larger percentage of cancer deaths than previously thought, according to a presidential panel.
Crop Circle Hiding Maths Formula Appears in Rape Seed FieldMay 27th, 2010
An extraordinary crop circle based on the ‘world’s most beautiful maths theorem’ has appeared in a field next to a windmill in Wiltshire.
Sharks Can Become InvisibleMay 27th, 2010
Avoiding the attention of both predators and prey is a little easier for some sharks who can hide in plain sight.
Study Finds High Level of Bacteria in Bottled Water in CanadaMay 27th, 2010
A Montreal study finds heterotrophic bacteria counts, in more than 70 percent of bottled water samples, exceed the recommended limits specified by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP).
Sugary Drinks, Hypertension LinkedMay 27th, 2010
Cutting back on sweetened beverages is associated with a considerable reduction in blood pressure levels and consequently the risk of developing various diseases.
9 Factors Affecting Your MetabolismMay 27th, 2010
In spite of all the information and all the prescriptions offered by modern diets, American people just keep getting fatter.
Young Introduces Bill To Delist Polar BearMay 27th, 2010
U.S. Rep. Don Young has introduced a bill to remove polar bears from the threatened species list.
The European Ship Sails for GazaMay 26th, 2010
More people are attempting to stand up to the bully Israel by trying to bring desperately needed aid to Gaza.
Pesticide Residue Exposure Linked to ADHDMay 26th, 2010
The only safe food for children is organic food. Children exposed to organophosphate pesticide residues found in fruit are at increased risk of developing Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Recrafting Government as an Open PlatformMay 26th, 2010
Technology can help make government more transparent and efficient.
Could Humans Be Infected by ‘Computer Viruses?May 26th, 2010
A scientist at the University of Reading has become the first person in the world to be infected by a computer virus.
NESARA-The Great Lie, and its PurveyorsMay 26th, 2010
The NESARA scam is alive and well, thanks to the Internet and gullible people.
British Policeman Wins UFO Investigation AwardMay 25th, 2010
A British policeman has won an international award for his database of UFO sightings by UK police officers.
Min. of Defense Blew Up 119 Live Pigs in Explosive TestsMay 25th, 2010
Animal rights campaigners expressed outrage last May 20th after the Ministry of Defence admitted blowing up 119 live pigs in explosives tests.
Russian Town To Ban ‘Satanic’ Heavy MetalMay 25th, 2010
A Russian town famed for its crusades against swearing and easy morals is trying to ban heavy metal concerts arguing that they are “satanic” and “ideologically destructive.”
Oldest Mesoamerican Pyramid Tomb Found in MexicoMay 25th, 2010
Archaeologists in southern Mexico announced Monday they have discovered a 2,700-year-old tomb of a dignitary inside a pyramid that may be the oldest such burial documented in Mesoamerica.
Solar BlastMay 25th, 2010
An eruption on the sun will be producing geomagnetic activity and some spectacular sights on Earth this May 27th.
Secret Space PlaneMay 25th, 2010
NASA’s space shuttle program may be winding down, but the US Air Force’s is just getting started.
Indigenous People of Russia Battered by HardshipsMay 25th, 2010
While Communism threatened indigenous peoples’ traditional activities, Russia was also “naïve” to think indigenous peoples would be able to deal with the new capitalist economy.
Hubble Catches Planet Being Devoured by its StarMay 25th, 2010
The Hubble space telescope has discovered a planet in our galaxy in the process of being devoured by the star that it orbits, according to a paper published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.
Oil Spill To Reach Europe and ArcticMay 25th, 2010
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is gradually finding its way toward Europe and the Arctic to damage, endangering wider ecological basins. Are humans really so stupid that they can’t stop the oil from flowing?
And Man Made LifeMay 23rd, 2010
Artificial life, the stuff of dreams and nightmares, has arrived, via a computer and the laboratory.
The Decline and Fall of AmericaMay 23rd, 2010
Using primarily news casts and historical footage, this shocking full length movie will change the way you look at our leadership within America’s government and military today.
Re-envisioning the CityMay 23rd, 2010
More than half of the world’s population is urban, and cities often amplify many of the problems we face as a planet. Luckily, people are joining forces to re-imagine how we design and live in cities.
Inheritable Genetic ModificationMay 23rd, 2010
If scientists can now easily alter the human DNA and make the Human Genome Project look like homework that 15th century kids did with an abacus, imagine the dystopia of terrifying consequences.
Imprisoning Children for LifeMay 23rd, 2010
Life without parole (LWOP) sentences condemn children to death behind bars, prevent their rehabilitation in society, and violate international laws and norms that prohibit treating them like adults.
Scientists Reveal Glyphosate Poisons Crops and SoilMay 22nd, 2010
Scientists go public on devastating ecological impacts of Roundup Ready cropping systems while USDA keeps mum
Whitehouse Making Oil Disaster Much WorseMay 22nd, 2010
Washington’s response to the BP oil disaster has only made matters much, much worse. It seems that Obama works for BP, not America.
House Votes To Expand National DNA Arrest DatabaseMay 22nd, 2010
Millions of Americans arrested for but not convicted of crimes will likely have their DNA forcibly extracted and added to a national database.
17 States Now Filing Versions of Arizona’s Immigration BillMay 22nd, 2010
One of America’s national organizations fighting against illegal immigration is announcing that 17 states are now filing versions of Arizona’s SB 1070 law or its immigration laws.
Bulgarian Scientist Claims Alien Contact, Falls SilentMay 22nd, 2010
The deputy director of Bulgaria’s Space Research Institute (NASA equivalent) once announced something about aliens. Then after being away and silent for sometime, he reappeared with doubtful sanity.
Scientists: Timor Sea Meteorite Altered Earth’s ClimateMay 22nd, 2010
Australian scientists have discovered a crater deep beneath the Timor Sea made during a heavy meteor storm which may have altered the Earth’s climate, the lead researcher said Thursday.
Wash. Gets $17.3M from Feds To Track Student DataMay 22nd, 2010
Thanks to a $17.3 million grant from the federal government, Washington education officials will soon be able to track students from pre-school to college and their first job.
Exposed: US Soldiers Shot Old IraqiMay 22nd, 2010
Another video of American soldiers’ atrocities in Iraq has surged up on the internet. Only this time, they “lit” up one, defenseless, old Iraqi.
Scientology ‘Hit’ List DiscoveredMay 21st, 2010
Italian police discovered a secret vault of files with personal details of those considered to be hostile to the CIA mind-control cult.
‘Ashteria’ is a Pretext to Shut Down International Air TravelMay 21st, 2010
If jet engines could not withstand the “dangerous ash cloud” that were magically as clear as blue skies, why then was NATO playing multiple war games over European airspace during the lockdown?
UK’s Secret Surveillance Regime ‘Does Not Breach Human Rights’May 21st, 2010
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a claim that the UK’s Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) violates the human right to a private life, saying it is just proportionate.
Earth’s Mantle Flows FastMay 21st, 2010
The Earth’s mantle flows far more rapidly around a sinking tectonic plate than previously thought, changing the way that we think about plate tectonics and the amount of energy available for earthquakes.
‘Autism Diet’ May Not Improve SymptomsMay 21st, 2010
The so-called autism diet does not appear to improve the symptoms of children with the group of neuro-developmental disorders known as autism spectrum disorder or ASD, according to a new study.
Gordon Duff: Can 1% Stop The Global Criminal Syndicate?May 21st, 2010
When a “one percenter” hears the word “patriot” or sees a flag or bible, he cringes, knowing a scoundrel is afoot. If a new world is built, it is the one percent that will do it.
Cosmic Climate Change is UnderwayMay 21st, 2010
Increased seismic activity around volcanoes suggests we can look forward to more spectacular eruptions in the months ahead.
Lying Children Will Grow Up To be Successful CitizensMay 21st, 2010
The earlier a child starts telling convincing lies the more likely they are to be a success in later life, new research suggests.
Israel Experimenting New Toxic and Carcinogenic WeaponsMay 21st, 2010
Toxic and carcinogenic metals, able to produce genetic mutations, have been found in the tissues of people wounded in Gaza during Israeli military operations of 2006 and 2009.
West: US Told BP “It Can Do Whatever It Wants and Won’t Have Accountabilities”May 21st, 2010
Scott West, a former top investigator at the Environmental Protection Agency, said that the US government had told BP in principle that “it can do whatever it wants and won’t even be held accountable.”
Over the Counter DNA Tests Can Cause More Harm Than GoodMay 21st, 2010
There’s a huge push to market over-the-counter genetic tests. But the faulty tests can cause more harm than good.
Voters’ Anger at Washington May Overpower Any FixesMay 20th, 2010
Voters sent a clear message on Tuesday: They don’t like the way Washington works.
Organic Agriculture Can Feed the WorldMay 20th, 2010
More and more weeds are showing resistance to the world’s most popular herbicide, which by the way is another Monsanto product. Is that good news? Probably, for some, yes.
James Cameron Stole Avatar Story Says Lady AuthorMay 20th, 2010
An author is suing James Cameron for allegedly stealing the idea for “Avatar” – but she faces a battle worthy of Colonel Quaritch and the Na’Vi people.
Strawberries Can Be Grown in SpaceMay 20th, 2010
Astronauts may now be able to satisfy their sweet tooth as researchers have found a strawberry that can grow in space with little maintenance and energy.
Haitian Farmers to Burn Monsanto SeedsMay 19th, 2010
After Monsanto dumped contaminated seeds on Haiti, farmers there have vowed to burn the seeds rather than plant them.
The Response of Tundra Vegetation to High Arctic WarmingMay 19th, 2010
The Arctic’s warming by about 1.6°C over the past four decades, has “led the ACIA and the IPCC to predict that tundra ecosystems will be particularly threatened by climate change over the next century.”
What’s Soot Got To Do With It?May 19th, 2010
In the Arctic, black carbon contributes to a feedback loop that has helped cause a rapid melting of sea ice cover and drive temperatures upward at nearly twice the rate of the rest of the world.
Nitrate Contamination Spreading in California CommunitiesMay 19th, 2010
The water supply of more than two million Californians has been exposed to harmful levels of nitrates over the past 15 years.
Can Global Warming Give You Kidney Stones?May 19th, 2010
Yes, and a whole bunch of other ailments—and therein lies a major problem for the health insurance industry.
Did the U.S. Army Help Spread Morgellons and Other Diseases?May 19th, 2010
A new information had surfaced concerning strange diseases and the U.S. Army’s covert biological warfare activities which involve the use of chemical and biological weapons against human beings.
From Ecological Disaster To Constitutional CrisisMay 19th, 2010
Indians are building a new village directly on top of a proposed dam site in a bold attempt to prevent construction, vowing to remain there until the government abandons its plans for the dam.
Scientist Solves Space Mystery Using Lunar ImagesMay 19th, 2010
A researcher from The University of Western Ontario in Canada has helped solve a 37-year old space mystery using lunar images released by NASA and maps from his own atlas of the moon.
Tear Down That WallMay 19th, 2010
The quickest way to adapt to rising sea levels is to simply build a wall to keep the water out. But turning the shoreline into a fortress will trade one kind of environmental devastation for another.
The Oil Rush To HellMay 18th, 2010
The oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is just the prelude to a time of ever increasing reliance on this energy source. We’re entering the danger zone. The fate of the planet could be at stake. So, brace yourself.
Do We Really Own the Arctic?May 18th, 2010
Macleans sends Brian Bethune to task by interviewing Arctic historian Shelagh Grant on why Canada can’t protect its far North.
Summit: “Environmental Disaster No One’s Heard Of?”May 18th, 2010
At issue is nitrogen pollution from fertilizers and other sources that can affect both water and air quality, and has associations with possible health issues.
Long-lasting Sensory Loss in WTC WorkersMay 18th, 2010
The Monell Center and partner institutions reported that workers exposed to the mixture of toxic airborne chemicals after 9/11 had a decreased ability to detect odors and irritants two years after the exposure.
Top 10 Bizarre & Controversial Archeological DiscoveriesMay 18th, 2010
The scientific community is extremely selective in what they accept as fact with regards to archeological discoveries. Many of these discoveries challenge the scientific theory of evolution, as well as many religious beliefs.
Burgers, Fries May Worsen Asthma, Study FindsMay 18th, 2010
High-fat meals that have become common in westernized countries may have another side effect beyond bulging waistlines. They also may worsen asthma attacks, a new study finds.
Another Stonehenge Discovered Under Lake Michigan?May 18th, 2010
A group of researchers using sonar to find shipwrecks on the bottom of Lake Michigan have found a 10-thousand-year-old stone structure like Stonehenge.
Meet the World’s Only Immortal AnimalMay 18th, 2010
If you’re thinking McLeod, you couldn’t be further from the truth. What you have to do is think small; Enough to see a hydrozoan considered by scientists to be the only animal that cheated death.
Have Aliens Taken Over Voyager 2 Spacecraft?May 17th, 2010
After leaving Earth’s surface 33 years ago, the Voyager 2 spacecraft may have been hijacked by aliens, it has been claimed.
Obama Jokes About Murdering ChildrenMay 17th, 2010
Obama has ordered or authorized the murder of hundreds of innocent women and children by drone attacks and was recently joking about it. Is he insane or just plain evil?
The Real Cost of Nuclear PowerMay 17th, 2010
The nuclear industry keeps pushing its insanity through corrupt govt. officials.
Another Bogus Cell Phone Safety Study PublishedMay 17th, 2010
The cell phone industry has published its latest piece of propaganda declaring that cell phones don’t really cause brain tumors, unless one uses a cell phone a lot and for a long period of time. This was done to counter the hundreds of independent studies that have proven that cell phones are extremely hazardous and do indeed cause brain tumors.
Corruption of New Mexico Drug AgencyMay 17th, 2010
ICE agents who blew the whistle on fellow law enforcers’ fraud, waste and abuse faced swift retaliation from their agency.
Wikipedia Distributing Child Porn?May 17th, 2010
The parent company of Wikipedia is distributing child pornography, even after exposure in the mass media and formal complaints to the FBI. How do they keep getting away with it?
Getting to Know Elena KaganMay 17th, 2010
Ralph Nader’s take on Elena Kagan
Terrorist Attacks Staged to Implement FascismMay 16th, 2010
The sinister forces in control of the U.S. federal govt. stage terrorist attacks to push America into a corporate fascist police-state.
Population – The Last TabooMay 15th, 2010
Religions, environmentalists and politicians are afraid to mention the obvious – we are breeding ourselves into oblivion. Overpopulation is the greatest cause of most human woes but no one wants to mention it.
Afghanistan Opium Poppies Hit by Mysterious DiseaseMay 14th, 2010
Afghan farmers struggling to feed their families are accusing the U.S. & Britain of spraying their opium crops with chemicals, but the UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime said disease was the likely culprit.
Crop Circle Discovered in Old Sarum, WiltshireMay 14th, 2010
This may well be the first crop circle of 2010. Are we being shown a doorway to ancient knowledge? Will we find the key in 2010?
Danish Ambulances To Play Soothing MusicMay 14th, 2010
Soothing music is to be played in ambulances in Denmark after patients suffering with heart problems complained of stress in transit to hospital.
How $4 Gas Drove Us All CrazyMay 14th, 2010
The current debate over offshore drilling could have been prevented if congressional Dems had stepped up in ’08.
The Road to Area 51May 14th, 2010
Area 51. After decades of denying the facility’s existence, five former insiders speak out.
South Pacific Tribe Preparing for Return of ’god’ Prince PhilipMay 14th, 2010
On a remote island in the Pacific, a group of villagers are counting down the days until they welcome their “god,” the Duke of Edinburgh back to his rightful home.
Mars’ Gypsum Can Provide Evidence of LifeMay 14th, 2010
Scientists have suggested that if it is ever to be proved that life had existed on Mars, the evidence might be found in the vast fields of gypsum on the Red Planet’s surface.
Earth Could Become Too Hot for HumansMay 14th, 2010
If greenhouse gases continue to be emitted at their current rate, temperatures could become deadly in coming centuries, says a study.
A Walking Robot on the Moon?May 14th, 2010
A walking robot on the Moon? Well, it could someday be a reality — thanks to a group of Japanese companies which is actually planning to land a humanoid robot on the Earth’s satellite by 2015.
Powerful Laser Makes Raindrops Out of Thin AirMay 14th, 2010
Ultra-fast pulses from a powerful laser can create droplets of water out of thin air — a technique that could be used to make rain on demand, according to a new study.
‘Super Fuel’ Depot To Rise in Iceland?May 14th, 2010
A company called Carbon Recycling International is preparing to build a combined geothermal power station and liquid fuel factory near Grindavik, Southwest Iceland.
2 Alaska Refuges To Get Bird-friendly Wind PowerMay 14th, 2010
Work is under way to install nearly a dozen odd-looking wind turbines at two remote Alaska refuges important to hundreds of thousands of migratory birds.
Story of Polar Bear Soldiers from WW1 Will Finally Be Told in FilmMay 14th, 2010
The film “Voices of a Never Ending Dawn,” is a true story of a regiment of U.S. soldiers sent to arctic Russia in 1918 to fight the Bolsheviks, so Russia would be persuaded to rejoin the war against Germany.
Don’t Drill in ChukchiMay 14th, 2010
Oil exploration in the environmentally sensitive waters of the Arctic never made sense. The risks are simply too great to drill for oil in the Arctic region.
GMOs = DepopulationMay 13th, 2010
Russian scientists have proven that genetically modified soy causes sterility in lab animals. Other types of genetically modified crops have shown the same results.
Maryland Takes Small Step to Protect Students from War IndustryMay 13th, 2010
The U.S. war industry was dealt a minor blow when Maryland passed a law that restores a small measure of high school students’ right to privacy from Military recruiters.
Childhood Peanut Allergies TripleMay 13th, 2010
Results of a nationwide telephone survey have shown that the rate of peanut allergies in children more than tripled from 1997 to 2008.
Another Water-Splitting Catalyst DiscoveredMay 13th, 2010
Extracting hydrogen and oxygen from water took another leap forward with the discovery of an even more efficient catalyst.
The Cost of Oil Addiction is Too GreatMay 13th, 2010
We are led to believe that our need for oil is so paramount that we should be willing to risk our environment, food, jobs and the thousands of species of plants and animals that will suffer and die because of the greedy oil companies.
Thawing Ice on Arctic Soil Could Release Air PollutantsMay 13th, 2010
The organic matter stored in frozen Arctic soils could release significant quantities of carbon dioxide and methane on thawing.
Grey Whale that Frequents Arctic Ocean Sighted Off IsraelMay 13th, 2010
Every spring, grey whales head north to the icy Arctic Ocean to feed. But the ice there has been melting at an alarming rate.
Pedophiles and Popes: Doing the Vatican ShuffleMay 11th, 2010
Support of sexual predators has always been Vatican policy.
Sex, Lies and Oil SpillsMay 11th, 2010
The BP oil spill could have been easily prevented if Bush, Cheney and other politicians hadn’t been owned by the oil industry.
Mexicans Resist Toxic Waste PlantMay 11th, 2010
Mexicans are desperately trying to shut down a Swiss owned toxic waste plant which is making them sick.
Scientists Find Caribbean Sunken IslandsMay 10th, 2010
German scientists announced they believe they have discovered sunken islands in the Caribbean Ocean following a deep sea expedition in April.
Obama, Please Stop Bombing ChildrenMay 9th, 2010
The world is pleading with Obama to allow the U.S. to join the international ban on land-mines. Land mines kill and maim thousands each year, mostly children.
The BP Mega-Disaster CoverupMay 9th, 2010
Washington is desperately trying to conceal the true scope and ultimate cost of the BP oil disaster as it scrambles to cope with an environmental disaster of unfathomable proportions.
U.S. Schools Adding Fresh Food Without Busting BudgetsMay 8th, 2010
Thousands of U.S. public school districts are teaming up with local farmers to put more fresh fruits and vegetables on lunchroom menus, without breaking budgets or getting any help from celebrity chefs.
Lack of Sleep Linked to Early DeathMay 8th, 2010
People who get less than six hours sleep per night have an increased risk of dying prematurely, researchers said on Wednesday.
Roller Coasters Can Cause Ear Injury, Study SaysMay 8th, 2010
Roller coasters keep getting faster, taller and wilder. But the thrills could be accompanied by more ear injuries, according to a study.
Bullies Target Obese KidsMay 7th, 2010
For kids, a few extra pounds may invite trouble from the schoolyard bully.
Vampire AttacksMay 7th, 2010
A New Zealand man claims he was bitten in a vampire-style attack.
FDA Investigating E. coli at Ariz. Lettuce FarmMay 7th, 2010
Food and Drug Administration investigators are looking at a farm in Yuma, Arizona, as a possible source of a widespread E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce.
Study: Most In U.S. Exposed To Dangerous PollutionMay 7th, 2010
While air quality is improving in many U.S. cities, 175 million people — more than half the population — are still living in areas where the air is often too dangerous to breathe, a new report finds.
Did Former Bank Execs Lie to Congress?May 7th, 2010
One thing those Congressional hearings do is get the bank executives on the record and under oath, but reports emerged suggesting that some of those executives, while testifying, may have been less than truthful.
Arizona Law Draws Widespread Indigenous OppositionMay 7th, 2010
A controversial new state anti-immigration law has many American Indians alarmed that tribal sovereignty has been violated, with the looming possibility that individual liberties will be threatened.
Church Sent Convicted Pedo Priest to AfricaMay 7th, 2010
Convicted Catholic sexual predator James Tully was sent to Africa to molest children after a conviction in the U.S. Once there, he performed as expected.
Times Square Bomber – Portrait of a PatsyMay 7th, 2010
The poorly staged Times Square bombing is likely just more social engineering like the crotch bomber and shoe bomber. Some day there may be actual retaliation for the many American atrocities but this was not it.
Military Treating Wounds With Lasers and NanotechMay 7th, 2010
The U.S. military uses medical technology that is denied to the public, such as 30 year-old photo-chemical tissue welding – used in staged alien abductions.
Chemistry Of CookingMay 7th, 2010
A biochemist and cook explains that cooking is all about chemistry and knowing some facts can help chefs understand why recipes go wrong.
Government Exempted BP from Environmental ReviewMay 7th, 2010
Not only was BP greed and incompetence to blame for their oil rig disaster but U.S. govt. corruption is also to blame.
File Sharers are Good CustomersMay 7th, 2010
The media industry ignores the fact that people who share media files also buy media and a new study proves it.
Small Islands Urge Action at UN Oceans MeetMay 7th, 2010
Faced with rising sea levels, dying coral reefs and decreasing fish stocks, small island developing states (SIDS) are feeling the effects of ocean decline, and they want wealthier countries to do more to ensure the survival of the world’s seas and other waterways.
Hawking: Time Travel Will HappenMay 6th, 2010
Stephen Hawking has already considered how man might truly conquer space. Or, indeed, how spacemen might come down to our meager Earth and dismember us as so much fast food.
Muslim Vendor Gets No Credit in Helping to Foil Times Square Bomb PlotMay 6th, 2010
As the media focuses on the fact that the suspect in the failed Times Square bomb plot is a Pakistani Muslim. What about the man who first noticed the smoke rising from the SUV?
Why We Still Mine CoalMay 6th, 2010
As residents of Montcoal, W.Va. mourn the loss of at least 25 coal miners after a deadly mining disaster, Americans wonder why the country is still using a fuel that can be dangerous to produce and damaging to the environment.
Tomato-lit Veggie Dinner, Anyone?May 6th, 2010
The Still Light, created by Israeli-based d-VISION, is a LED lamp that runs entirely on veggie power, or more accurately, the Still Light runs on tomato power.
How Capt. Kirk Changed the WorldMay 6th, 2010
Powered with a futuristic sounding new technology called “ion propulsion,” NASA’s new spacecraft will perform space moves rivaling those of the Enterprise.
Whatever Happened to the Hole in the Ozone Layer?May 6th, 2010
The hole in the ozone layer became the poster-child for mankind’s impact on the planet when it became an overnight sensation 25 years ago. How significant is it now?
Newly Discovered Conspiracy of Silence VideoMay 6th, 2010
A more complete and higher quality copy of the banned TV documentary “Conspiracy of Silence” has been unearthed and is now available for download.
Looking for Aliens in All the Wrong PlacesMay 6th, 2010
Turns out, they’ve been here all along, or at least that’s what one in five think, according to a recent survey.
Russian Leader Questioned on Alien ContactsMay 6th, 2010
A leading Russian personality has admitted on national TV that aliens appeared in a transparent tube on the balcony of his apartment in Moscow.
Dark Chocolate Protects Against StrokesMay 6th, 2010
A substance in dark chocolate may reduce brain damage caused by strokes.
Public Pressure Pushes FCC to Protect InternetMay 6th, 2010
Due to massive public outcry, the U.S. FCC has reversed its earlier position to let big Telecoms control the Internet and has announced its new policies.
Mind Control Experiments on ChildrenMay 5th, 2010
A global program of mind control which starts in childhood is alive and well.
Michael Aquino & the Satanic Subversion of the MilitaryMay 5th, 2010
The CIA and other branches of the U.S. military have long been infested with satanists. These days, satanism is an integral part of their operations.
U.S. States Consider Starting Their Own BanksMay 5th, 2010
With the big banks continuing their efforts to destroy the U.S. economy, some U.S. states are considering setting up their own banks.
The Real Role of Reporters without BordersMay 5th, 2010
The bogus non-profit organization “Reporters without Borders” serves the interests of the CIA and corporate criminals, not journalists.
GM Biofuels: Another Planned DisasterMay 5th, 2010
Genetically engineering for bio-fuels is another deliberate disaster in the making.
Astrology By DoreneMay 4th, 2010
Microscope ‘Sees’ Atoms for First TimeMay 4th, 2010
Researchers report that they have imaged a virus structure at a resolution high enough to effectively “see” atoms.
FCC Chairman Expected to End the InternetMay 4th, 2010
The Internet as we know it was dealt another serious blow that could turn out to be fatal.
Pope Scapegoats Pedophile MacielMay 4th, 2010
Only now that he is dead is the Vatican willing to speak the truth they suppressed about their beloved pedophile Marcial Maciel. However, the Pope is not telling the truth about how he aided and abetted Maciel’s crimes against children.
NASA: Claims of Life on Mars ‘Positively False’May 3rd, 2010
Despite recent media reports that NASA found evidence for life on Mars, the U.S. space agency says proof that we are not alone is still a ways off.
Reagan and the OccultMay 3rd, 2010
Ronald Reagan had an interest in lucky numbers and newspaper horoscopes. Less known is that a certain scholar of occult philosophy had a lifelong influence on the 40th president of the United States.
Yes, We Could Get Out of Afghanistan or IraqMay 3rd, 2010
Yes, we could. No kidding. We really could withdraw our massive armies, now close to 200,000 troops combined, from Afghanistan and Iraq.
AIDS Fraud: The Marketing of an Epidemic ExposedMay 3rd, 2010
The global AIDS epidemic being pushed by the AIDS industry is a fraud.
Washed Up Whale Reveals Our Dirty HabitsMay 3rd, 2010
A young 37-foot whale was found stranded on the shore in West Seattle, and it had a summary of what we’re doing to our oceans held within its stomach.
New Arctic Species May be Created by Climate ChangeMay 3rd, 2010
A researcher at the University of Alaska Fairbanks has said that climate change could lead to greater inter-species breeding.
Mammoths May Have Had Antifreeze in Their BloodMay 3rd, 2010
Warm-blooded woolly mammoths may have survived in the Arctic by having a kind of antifreeze in their blood, scientists say.
Curing Cancer with Fried Chicken?May 3rd, 2010
KFC’s “Buckets for the Cure” campaign has met with some skepticism because of the way KFC is raising the money.
Can You Master Your Own Epigenetics?May 3rd, 2010
Some authors say you can apply the new science of epigenetics to improve your life right now. Epigenetics researchers say it’s probably too early to be certain.
Brown Rice Prevents Hi-Blood Pressure, Lowers Heart Attack RiskMay 3rd, 2010
Scientist have found that brown rice contains a natural compound that appears to guard against high blood pressure and heart disease.
Is Your Body Contaminated with Pesticides?May 3rd, 2010
More than 1.2 billion pounds of pesticides are used in the United States and multiple studies show that they are finding their way into the bodies of the average person.
Is the Drug Your Doctor Prescribed Really Good for You?May 3rd, 2010
Many medicines are nearly identical, and a lot of newer drugs might not be as effective as older, established ones. Also, some doctors might be under the sway of the pharmaceutical companies.
Eco-Labels On Products Are Often Just LiesMay 3rd, 2010
Many “green” or “socially responsible” claims made on product labels are meaningless or deceptive, even when accompanied by a certification seal.
CIA’s Psycho-War & Torture Schemes in The PhilippinesMay 2nd, 2010
America has long been responsible for atrocities committed against the citizens of the Philippines in the name of corporate profits and just plain evil.
Don’t Panic, Go OrganicMay 2nd, 2010
Despite anti-organic propaganda from the agro-chemical industry, organic agricultural is an essential part of sustainability.
Ernst Zundel Out of Prison and Speaking OutMay 2nd, 2010
Ernst Zundel was recently released from prison and talks about his life as an international political prisoner.
Church Settles Rape Case Out of CourtMay 2nd, 2010
Two women raped and sodomized by a Roman Catholic priest have reached an out-of-court settlement with the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas.
Apology for Abuse Demanded of Salvation ArmyMay 2nd, 2010
Victims of sexual abuse from the Salvation Army in New Zealand are demanding an official apology from the church.
Catholic Boys’ Ranch Abuse ScandalMay 2nd, 2010
Outside of Spokane, Washington, is a Catholic run group home for troubled boys named Morning Star Boys’ Ranch. Inside the Ranch, children were sexually and physically abused.
Chileans Start to Stand Up to ChurchMay 2nd, 2010
Sexual abuse of children by catholic priests is common in most catholic countries. In most Latin American countries, ‘Good’ catholics have supported the abuse by their silence, until recently.
Catalyst Economically Generates Hydrogen from WaterMay 2nd, 2010
A team of scientists have discovered a relatively inexpensive metal which can generate hydrogen from even seawater. The big question is if the energy mafia will allow clean energy to be used on a wide scale.
International Space Station Comes TogetherMay 1st, 2010
The International Space Station (ISS) is a joint project of five space agencies and 15 countries that is nearing completion and will mark the 10th anniversary in orbit later this year.