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 →
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 →
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 →
Many people have taken up gardening both as a hobby and a way of sustaining their food supply. If you have a wide enough backyard, there are plenty of crops you can grow. Those who are living in packed cities, however, have done away with row gardening because of lack of space and opted for container gardening. Continue reading →
A recently launched investigation by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) seeks to determine whether electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure inside the cockpit is causing pilots to crash
Over the past few years, a string of inexplicable noncombat military jet and helicopter crashes have occurred
According to DARPA, research has demonstrated that human brains sense magnetic fields and that radio waves (RF) impact brainwaves and behavior
Martin Pall, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of biochemistry, has published research showing one of the primary mechanisms by which EMFs harm your biology is through the creation of peroxynitrites, which are potent oxidant stressors
Your brain and nervous system are particularly prone to the impact of EMFs
Just because the weather is getting colder doesn’t mean you have to stop gardening. A light frost may mark the end of peppers and eggplants, but it’s nothing to hardier plants like kale and pansies. Does the cold weather mean you don’t want to trek all the way to the garden? No problem! Just do some fall container gardening and keep your cold weather plants within reach. Continue reading →
As missions like NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, TESS and Kepler continue to provide insights into the properties of exoplanets (planets around other stars), scientists are increasingly able to piece together what these planets look like, what they are made of, and if they could be habitable or even inhabited.
You’ve probably heard that succulent plants are easy to care for and low maintenance. This is accurate, but don’t let this cause you to believe you can treat succulents however you want and expect them to flourish. This is not true.
Talking to plants is neither an uncommon habit among gardeners and plant enthusiasts, nor is it a modern notion. Strange as it might sound or appear to an onlooker, people talk to their plants for a host of reasons. Some do it as a form of social interaction. Others might talk to their ailing plants to nurse them back to life. Continue reading →
Summer came to an abrupt end in the mountains of northern Spain last weekend when a sudden cold snap left the Picos de Europa range buried under a blanket of white. The Alps and Pyrenees have recently received heavy summer snow, and now the French are reporting all-time record August lows. And we have strong upticks in the ice in Greenland and in Antarctica where the ice this year is greater than that on the same date in 1979, as well as on the same date in every year of the 1980s and 1990s (barring 1985, 1994, 1998, and 1999).