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Dozens of dead marine mammals, turtles in Gulf this year, NOAA says | NOLA.com

Reports of dozens of stranded dolphins, whales, and sea turtles in the Gulf of Mexico continue to pile up in the first two months of 2012, with federal officials tallying 48 marine mammals, mostly dolphins, and 87 sea turtles. Only a handful of marine mammal strandings were of live animals that may have been saved. None of the turtles were alive.

World News: Life inside Japan's dead zone - thestar.com

IITATE, JAPAN—Iitate was once a village. In the lap of the towering Abukuma mountains and 30 kilometres from the nuclear reactor Fukushima Dai-ichi, it was a collection of homes, offices, two gas stations and three grocery stores; a place where people rode bicycles to work, children played in parks and seniors read newspapers on porches.

OriginOil Study Concludes Algae Producers Can Make Gasoline and Diesel For as Little as $2.28/Gallon

OriginOil, Inc. (OTC/BB: OOIL), developer of a breakthrough technology to convert algae into renewable crude oil, today announced a new company study indicating for the first time that algae producers worldwide can now make transportation fuels cost-effectively themselves.

Research: Roundup Diluted by 450-Fold is Still Toxic to DNA

New research released ahead of print and published in the journal Archives of Toxicology indicates that Roundup, the most common formulation of the herbicide glyphosate, is not only more toxic than its constituent ingredients, but is capable of damaging DNA within a human cell line when diluted down to 450-fold lower concentrationsthan presently used in GMO agricultural applications.

The billion-dollar pest: U.S. beetle is developing resistance to one of the most widely used genetically modified crops

Crop pests appear to have developed resistance to an insect toxin inserted into GM corn plants.

Debris Field The Size Of California From Japanese Tsunami Begins To Litter West Coast

The fact that no federal agency is preparing for this huge wave of radiated garbage shows just how insane the leaders of this once great country have become.

Mysterious white goo repeatedly found blanketing cancer-stricken Turkish city -- are chemtrails to blame?

Residents of Dilovasi, an industrial suburb just outside of Istanbul, Turkey, have been looking for answers concerning a mysterious substance that, on numerous occasions, has been found covering cars, trees, clotheslines, and vegetable gardens throughout the city.