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25 Cozy Ways To Prep Your Home For Winter

As they say on Game of Thrones, “Brace yourselves. Winter is coming.” One of the best ways to brace yourselves for the onset of cold weather, winter storms, and potential power outages is to prep your home for the season. And this is one of the nicest parts of prepping – quite a few of ...Read More »

Big Pharma-Big Agra Mergers: Furthering The Synthetic Agenda

Big Pharma-Big Agra mergers have accelerated recently, with Syngenta being bought by ChemChina (China National Chemical Corporation), Dow Chemical merging with DuPont, and Monsanto agreeing to be acquired by Bayer on Sept. 14th 2016 for US$66 billion. Bayer and Monsanto have signed off on the deal. Syngenta had previously rejected a $47 billion takeover bid by Monsanto ...Read More »

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: We Are Literally Filling Up The Pacific Ocean With Plastic

We are starting to see that there are very serious consequences for filling up our oceans with massive amounts of plastic that never biodegrades.  In fact, this is one of the greatest environmental disasters of all time and yet you rarely hear it talked about.  Virtually every molecule of plastic ever created still exists somewhere, ...Read More »

Obama Land Grab: Marine Area Twice Size Of Texas Under Fed Control

Another Obama land grab just occurred on August 26, 2016, when the US Federal Government announced that it had massively expanded the scope of its marine protected area near Hawaii known as the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. With this presidential proclamation, Obama has well and truly earned first place among all US presidents in history for appropriating, borrowing or stealing ...Read More »

Cover-Up: That Sinkhole In Florida Is Far Worse Than Officials Are Admitting (VIDEO)

By now, you may have heard some murmurs about another sinkhole in Florida, and that it might be leaking radioactive particles into some body of water or another. The information out there is vague. Sinkholes are not an uncommon phenomenon in Florida. It doesn’t seem like a huge deal, the way the media is brushing ...Read More »

The Rise Of The Obesogens

Diet advice as it pertains to weight gain has been simple–take in more than you can burn off and you’ll gain weight. The calorie in, calorie out approach to weight loss is not only outdated, it’s also ineffective in some cases. While no one is arguing the benefits of a healthy diet and exercise regime ...Read More »

Bayer And Monsanto: A Marriage Made In Hell

Bayer and Monsanto finally agreed to say “I do” on September 14, striking a $66-billion deal that Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant tried to sell as a move to improve “the lives of growers and people around the world.” Wall Street Journal reporter Jacob Bunge painted the news in a different light. Bunge implied that behind ...Read More »

Would You Rather Risk Getting Zika Or Be Sprayed With Toxic Pesticides?

In the worst real life game of “Would You Rather” ever, many Florida residents would far prefer to risk contracting the Zika virus than to be sprayed like a bug. This week, protesters showed up in gas masks to let the Miami Beach City Commission know how they really feel about aerial spraying of Naled in ...Read More »

Gas Leak 30% WORSE Than Being Widely Reported – “No One Is Exactly Sure When The Pipeline Will Be Completely Fixed.”

This whole situation keeps getting worse and worse. It seems to be growing by the day. When Colonial Pipeline originally announced the leak, it was reported that a mere 1,000 barrels of gas had leaked, or said another way, approximately 45,0000 gallons. It was then increased to 250,000 gallons – more than a 5 fold ...Read More »

Is The Big One Coming? FEMA Increases Earthquake Preparedness Activities

It’s no secret that the West Coast is waiting for The Big One. From fictionalized versions like the movie San Andreas (which, although full of dramatic special effects and creative license, still had a few things to teach us) to unsettling novels like Cascadia, which is all the more alarming for its scientific accuracy, everyone ...Read More »

Concern Grows That A Megaquake Is Going To Hit The Middle Of The United States

Did you know that Oklahoma was just hit by the largest earthquake ever recorded in the history of the state? And did you know that Oklahoma absolutely shattered their yearly record for earthquakes in 2015 and may break it again this year? According to the USGS, the number of significant earthquakes in the eastern and ...Read More »

Why Did Dozens Of Dead Birds Fall From The Sky In Boston?

Last Thursday morning, residents in Boston witnessed a bizarre and disturbing event that sounds like something out of a Hitchcock movie: 47 dead birds fell from the sky over their neighborhood for no obvious reason. And it wasn’t just dead birds… Investigators are working to determine the cause, and whether the deaths of two cats in ...Read More »

Facts You Need To Know About Home Radiation

There is no doubt that home electronics have made our lives more convenient, more entertaining, and have helped us to stay better connected with those we love. Devices like microwaves and blenders have made food preparation quick and simple. Other home electronics, like televisions and DVD players, have greatly enhanced our ability to entertain ourselves. ...Read More »

The EPA: They’re Protecting Someone, But It Isn’t You

The Environmental Poisoning Protection Agency is a federal agency that is charged with the responsibility of writing and enforcing legislation to protect human health and the environment. Established under Nixon in 1970, the EPA is another one of those agencies that sound like a good idea until you peel off the shiny friendly top layer to discover the ...Read More »

Here’s How Stratospheric Wind Patterns Are Changing – And Why It Matters

There’s a change in the wind and it is so significant that it has caught the attention of NASA. The quasi-biennial oscillation, a pattern so regular you could practically set your watch to it, has suddenly changed. Scientists are now looking at recent wind anomalies they have observed to see if there has been an ...Read More »

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