Following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster on March 11, 2011, many Americans turned to the US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) RadNet monitoring system for up-to-date information about radiation levels in the US.
A landmark new study out of Canada exposes yet another lie propagated by the biotechnology industry, this time blowing a hole in the false claim that a certain genetic pesticide used in the cultivation of genetically-modified (GM) crops does not end up in the human body upon consumption.
April weather extremes set numerous records in U.S.
It's one of the signs of the approaching food collapse our world will soon be facing: Honeybees are disappearing at a truly alarming rate all around the world.
Radiation threats are unique in that you can’t see, smell, taste, hear or feel them until it’s already done its damage and you are suffering the effects.
Cultivation of genetically modified (GM) soy in the South American country of Paraguay has risen dramatically in recent years, currently topping nearly 6.5 million acres.
The Mississippi River continues to rise, and many areas around Memphis, Tenn., as well as in other states, have already been evacuated.
Rachel Carson is turning in her grave… Who knew that all her sacrifice and diligent research involving the deadly effects of pesticides on nature would be brushed away by an article from croplife.org that pesticides are actually good for you! Forget Carson’s “Silent Spring,” because not only are pesticides harmless, they actually provide health benefits to the environment, animals, and humans…?
Too big an issue not to give extensive coverage to. Far, far bigger than Fukushima. I don’t know why the U.S. or NATO would do this. But the Libyans will hate Americans and NATO for a long time. Ghaddafi doesn’t hold a candle to the devastation that DU can do.
I am starting to feel like a lonely soul who cries wolf. As those who control the press have clamped down on information about the nuclear disaster my voice has risen to a crescendo. It is not as if there were no information but one has to dig to get it.