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Fukushima Plant Owner Decides to Dump 777,000 Tons of Nuclear Waste Into Ocean

Environment |  | By: theantimedia.org |  Japan — More than three-quarters of a million tons of radioactive water is about to be dumped into the Pacific Ocean if the chairmen of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) have their way, Japanese media reported over the weekend. All they require now is final government approval. “The decision ...Read More »

The Most Unusual (And Significant?) Solar Eclipse In U.S. History Will Happen Next Month On August 21

Environment |  | August 21st is the date of “the Great American Eclipse”, and the hype around it is already starting to reach a fever pitch. It is being called “the Great American Eclipse” because this will be the first total solar eclipse ever that is only visible in the United States. In other words, since the United ...Read More »

Scientists Say Sixth Extinction Level Event Underway (VIDEO)

Environment |  | By: Joe Joseph, The Daily Sheeple |  In this News Shot, Joe discusses a new study that claims “biological annihilation” of wildlife in recent decades means a sixth mass extinction in Earth’s history is underway and is more severe than previously feared. Watch on YouTube Contributed by Joe Joseph of www.TheDailySheeple.com.Read More »

Environmental Nightmare! Dozens Of Highly Toxic Substances Have Been Found In Tap Water All Over America

Environment |  | After reading this article, you will never look at tap water the same way again. Most Americans have generally assumed that the water coming out of our taps is perfectly safe, but the Flint water crisis and other similar incidents are starting to help people to understand that there are some very dangerous substances in ...Read More »

Final Nail for Neonicotinoid Pesticides?

Environment |  | What happened when the two biggest makers of bee-killing pesticides commissioned a $3.5-million study on the impact of neonicotinoid pesticides on bees? The scientists concluded that neonics do indeed harm bee populations. The companies (Bayer CropScience and Syngenta) that funded the largest ever field trial of its kind turned around and called the conclusions “unfair.” ...Read More »

How Turmeric Will Light Up The Future - Literally!

Environment |  | Can you imagine a computer or handheld device backlight or display of the future being lit up by a turmeric or pomegranate mixture? Imagine if an entirely edible source of white light could be generated with minimal environmental and human health impacts? The good news is that we no longer have to rely on our ...Read More »

Something to Celebrate

Environment |  | On July 7 (2017), California will add glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, to the state’s list of chemicals and substances known to cause cancer. Before we dive into the weeds in terms of what the listing does and doesn’t mean, and may or may not lead to, let’s take a moment to ...Read More »

Atrazine Disrupts Endocrine System and Causes Hormonal Imbalance

Environment |  |   (The Real Agenda News) The existence of toxic chemicals in our environment and especially in our food must be of grave concern to all. However, the fourth article of the Chemical Reality series is going to focus on a toxic substance that affects men in particular. Its name is Atrazine. It is produced by Big Chem, more especifically, Syngenta. ...Read More »

Chemical Bioaccumulation Responsible for Immunotoxicity

Environment |  | Science is great when scientists use it to manufacture products that make our lives easier. But science can sometimes be the worst culprit when it is misused to hide the dangers that some chemicals pose to human health. In the first article of this series, I demonstrated how easily chemicals get into the food supply ...Read More »

Feminized Fish: Human Contraceptives in Water Supply Causing Males to Grow Eggs

Environment |  | (RT) A leading eco-toxicologist has warned that the quantity of synthetic chemicals entering our watershed is feminizing fish populations to such a degree that several species now boast transgender and intersex fish, with eggs in their testicles. “If you look in terms of what gets into a fish’s liver or gonad, the analysis of the ...Read More »

5 Ways Air Pollution Is Destroying Your Health

Environment |  |   You probably already know about some of the dangers that severe air pollution exposure can cause and how places like stoplights at intersections can increase your exposure to harmful air particles up to 29 times more than the open road. While these facts are startling, you probably don’t know about the almost invisible dangers. ...Read More »

Where To Find Natural Building Materials

Environment |  | Whether you’re looking into building your dream home or simply want to renovate a specific area of your home or office, using natural building materials is the best way to create an environment that isn’t detrimental to your health. Organic, natural, and eco-friendly building materials from reputable, trusted suppliers is a must for protecting your ...Read More »

3.5 Billion Unknowingly Poisoned By Airlines Each Year?

Environment |  | It’s been five months since our first investigative report about the serious health hazards associated with modern air travel: “Asbestos of the Sky” – The Aviation Industry’s Darkest Coverup. I wish the title of the article were hyperbole, but it really is that dark, and the coverup stretches over half a century, being no less devastating to ...Read More »

Are We on the Verge of a Massive Earthquake…or Something Much Worse? (VIDEO)

Environment |  | A  strong uptick in seismic activities in two places in the United States has experts concerned about the possibility of a massive earthquake…or something exponentially worse – the potential eruption of the Yellowstone Supervolcano. The pressure in the San Andreas Fault is increasing. Mac Slavo wrote about the warning signs at the San Andreas fault, ...Read More »

Amazon Biodiversity Threatened by Hundreds of Dams

Environment |  |   (The Real Agenda News) Along the Amazon there are 140 hydraulic dams that are under construction or already operating. There are plans for the construction of another 428. AMAZÔNIA — Although only a portion of them will eventually be constructed, scientists believe that their impact on the Amazonian rivers will be “disastrous.” A global study ...Read More »

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