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Glyphosate is so prevalent in our environment that trace amounts of it is now found in a wide variety of consumer products, including foods and personal hygiene products, in the human body, and in water supplies. To some scientists and related officials, none of these products individually contain high enough levels of glyphosate to pose a

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Geoengineering (weather modification) is hitting the mainstream hard as a potential response to climate change. Congressional hearings and more are all taking place, but there is evidence to suggest that spraying has already been happening. All of the evidence showing it’s been happening for a long time. Are they really spraying to combat climate change,

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Cognitive dissonance seems to be the #1 problem in America today.  All over social media feeds and news story comment threads you can clearly see most are aware there are serious problems in America, but not too many are willing to get to the roots.  Just like allopathic medicine, treating the symptoms isn’t going to

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The United States reported its lowest birth rate in 30 years, despite an economic boom. Finland’s birth rate plummeted to a low not seen in 150 years. Russian President Vladimir Putin recently introduced a string of reforms aimed at stemming the country’s “deep demographic declines.” The government of Denmark introduced an ad campaign to encourage couples to “Do it

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San Francisco jurors ruled that that Roundup, the most popular weedkiller in the world, gave a former school groundskeeper terminal cancer. So they awarded him $289 million in damages — mostly to punish the agricultural company, Monsanto. Dewayne Johnson’s victory Friday could set a massive precedent for thousands of other cases claiming Monsanto’s famous herbicide

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America has a terrible heroin epidemic throughout the country.  Not just heroin, pharma’s role is just as prevalent with the opioid epidemic.  America is in the grip of a heroin and prescription-drug epidemic. More Americans – almost 50,000 per year – now die from drugs than from guns or in car accidents.  What I’m focusing on

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