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Climate Treason

This has been a year of treason, and next year will be worse. Betrayal has become popular among politicians, health officials, and even scientists who specialize in climate, dragging the whole of science into the gutter. Treason used to be something someone would do against national interests, but climate treason is an act against the entire human race. Continue reading

Yes-Bill Gates Said That. Here’s the Proof

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Originally published on www.childrenshealthdefense.org

Gates and his minions insist the billionaire never said we’d need digital vaccine passports. But in a June 2020 TED Talk, Gates said exactly that. Someone edited out the statement, but CHD tracked down the original Continue reading

Christmas Tree Alternatives: Learn About Non Traditional Christmas Trees

Christmas Tree Alternatives: Learn About Non Traditional Christmas Trees

It’s never too early to plan for the Christmas holiday! Maybe this year you want to express your creativity and are looking for non-traditional Christmas tree ideas or other alternative Christmas décor. Or maybe, you live in a small condo or apartment and simply do not have the space for a large, traditional fir tree and are wondering what other Christmas tree options [1] are out there. Whatever the case, this article will help. Continue reading

Information On How To Protect Outdoor Plants In Winter

Information On How To Protect Outdoor Plants In Winter
Fall is the best time to get out in the garden and secure your sensitive and tender plants. Protecting plants in winter can help prevent winter scald, frozen roots, foliar damage and even death. Cold weather plant protection takes a little pre-planning and some equipment in harsher zones. In mild and temperate climates, it usually just means re-mulching and dividing peonies [1] and other early spring bloomers. Fall maintenance should include a plan for winter protection for plants and winter plant covers. Continue reading

Raising Humidity: How To Increase Humidity For Houseplants

Raising Humidity: How To Increase Humidity For Houseplants

Before you bring new houseplants into your home, they probably spent weeks or even months in a warm, humid greenhouse. Compared to a greenhouse environment, the conditions inside most homes are quite dry, especially in winter when the furnace is running. For this reason, it is important that you learn and practice appropriate humidity houseplant care to ensure the longevity and health of your beloved plants. Continue reading

Air Purifying Plant Numbers – How Many Plants For Clean Air Indoors

Air Purifying Plant Numbers – How Many Plants For Clean Air Indoors

Houseplants have long been known to purify our toxic indoor air. How many houseplants do you need to purify your indoor air? Keep reading to find this out, and more! Continue reading

Essential homesteading skills for self-sufficiency

Essential homesteading skills for self-sufficiency

Homesteading requires diverse skills to truly become self-sufficient. You need to produce your own food, create and mend your clothing, till the land yourself and protect yourself from invading animals or thieves.

For those looking to get into homesteading, here are some of the essential homesteading skills that you will need to learn. (h/t to HomesteadAdvisor.com) Continue reading

The High Cost of Salmon Farming

The High Cost of Salmon Farming

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Farm-raised fish production has skyrocketed 527% in the last three decades
  • An estimated 50% of fish eaten worldwide comes from fish farms
  • More than one-third of “wild-caught” salmon from the Faroe Islands (tucked between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean) are actually farmed fish that escaped
  • Mowi USA, the world’s largest producer of Atlantic salmon products, was sued for misleading consumers with false marketing claims
  • Your “all natural” Atlantic salmon came from a factory fish farm

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Under the skin: humans develop extra muscles which vanish before birth, scientists say

Under the skin: humans develop extra muscles which vanish before birth, scientists say

Researchers from Howard University and the Vision Institute in Paris found that humans develop extra muscles in their hands and feet in the womb that later disappear before birth. The researchers examined images showing the initial stages of human muscle development and found that extra muscular tissues were growing weeks after conception. These tissues, as reported by the researchers in the journal Development, eventually vanished a few months into the pregnancy.

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Forests Are About to Become Genetically Modified

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Scientists have been working since the early 1990s to develop a genetically altered American chestnut tree resistant to a fungus that all but wiped out the species
  • The forests along the U.S. east coast were once home to billions of American chestnut trees that provided sustenance for animals and humans
  • Farmers used to fatten their hogs and cows by allowing them to forage for chestnuts in the fall; people in the Appalachian Mountains would harvest and sell the chestnuts
  • A release of GE trees would open the door to release other genetically engineered plants in the forest. It is impossible to monitor the GE trees or predict how they will impact the environment

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Toxic DDT Dumping Ground Found in Ocean

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Rumblings of a secret DDT dumpsite in the deep ocean have been going on for decades, but now photos taken by a deep-sea robot show proof
  • Shipping logs show that thousands of barrels of DDT-laced acid sludge were dumped into the ocean off the coast of Los Angeles each month following World War II
  • The dumping was done by Montrose Chemical Corp., the largest DDT manufacturer in the U.S., which operated in California from 1947 to 1982; the plant’s site is still regarded as one of the most hazardous in the U.S.
  • In addition to being very persistent in the environment, DDT is known to accumulate in fatty tissues and has been linked to cancer and reproductive concerns
  • It’s estimated the deep-ocean dumping area may contain 336,000 to 504,000 barrels of acid sludge waste contaminated with residues of DDT

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Hello Winter My Cold Friend

The unsustainable, corrupt, and brittle man-made global warming story is unraveling. Climate maniacs predicted a snowless world years ago. However, we have reports this week that the Northern Hemisphere snow mass is already 300 gigatons above the 1982-2012 average.

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Study warns US farmland is now 48 TIMES more TOXIC to insects: Are neonicotinoids to blame for the impending “insect apocalypse?”

Researchers have determined that the nation’s farmland is now 48 times more toxic to insects than it was just 25 years ago, and much of this rise in toxicity is being blamed on the widespread use of a dangerous category of pesticides known as neonicotinoids. Continue reading

Life on Mars: The Health Ranger talks to Mike Bara about the mysteries of the Red Planet

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In a video for Brighteon, the free speech alternative to YouTube, Health Ranger Mike Adams talked to Mike Bara, a New York Times best-selling author and content creator who was in “YouTube prison” for a month simply for speaking the truth about the government’s secret missions to outer space. Continue reading

10 Houseplants For People Without Green Thumbs

Though sometimes frustrating, learning to garden can be a lifelong process. From planting to watering, inexperienced growers may begin to feel as if they will never have a green thumb when the demands of needy plants are not adequately met. Fortunately, when it comes to houseplants, there is a plethora of options for those of us who still feel that we lack the skill required to maintain potted plants and truly help them to thrive. Continue reading