Category Environment

56 percent of Maryland’s bees disappeared in 2016 as pollinator collapse accelerates

By Vicki Batts | Natural News The decimation of bee populations is a national concern, but beekeepers in the state of Maryland have been hit especially hard by the wave of bee deaths. In 2016 alone, beekeepers in the mid-Atlantic state faced a devastating loss equating to more than 56 percent of their bee colonies, […]

It’s Official — First Bee Has Just Been Added to Endangered Species List

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project It’s official. As tragically revealing as the move might be, the rusty patched bumble bee has now joined the grizzly bear, gray wolf, northern spotted owl, and some 700 others on the endangered species list — the first bee ever to garner those protections in the continental […]

The Dark Side of ‘Smart’ Meters

In this invitational presentation to the San Francisco Tesla Society consulting engineer Rob States explains how PG&E’s so-called ‘smart’ meters work and why they endanger health and privacy. He asks the obvious question, “Why would you trust the company that brought you Prop. 16?

5G Not Health-Safety-Tested BUT Still Being Rolled Out Everywhere

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post Okay!  Are consumers ready for this one, which ought to be categorized as ‘crazy science gone off the rails and into a ditch’?  5G Wi-Fi everywhere! Including Google’s “Project SkyBender” to beam Internet and Wi-Fi from the sky!  But to that super-saturated microwave game plan, add 5G Wi-Fi […]

Stop Protecting the Criminality of the Global Pesticides Industry

By Colin Todhunter | Global Research The agrichemicals industry wallows like an overblown hog in a cesspool of corruption. With its snout firmly embedded in the trough of corporate profit to the detriment of all else, it is most likely responsible for more death and disease than the combined efforts of the tobacco companies ever […]

EPA Chief admits that carbon dioxide is not a primary contributor to global warming

By Vicki Batts | Natural News The new Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, Scott Pruitt, recently stated that he does not believe carbon dioxide plays a primary role in global warming. This belief, of course, lies in stark contrast with the EPA’s public stance. Pruitt, formally the Attorney General for the state of Oklahoma, has become […]

Chemtrails Exposed: Truly A New Manhattan Project

By Peter A. Kirby via Activist Post “The nation that first learns to plot the paths of air masses accurately and learns to control the time and place of precipitation will dominate the globe.” – General George Kenney addressing MIT’s graduating class of 1947 There is overwhelming evidence indicating the existence of a global weather […]

Can—Or Is—Wi-Fi Manipulating Human DNA?

By Catherine J. Frompovich | The Activist Post The topic of DNA manipulation is extremely close to my intellectual heart and being because it is so fundamentally repulsive, Orwellian and dehumanizing, plus it is a ‘direct’ route to what’s planned by the one-world-controllers for all of humankind: Transhumanism [H+] [1]. Transhumanism deprives us of our […]

Wake Up Call: 2 Studies Show 347 Native Bee Species ‘Spiraling Toward Extinction’

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project Having taken a backseat to any number of controversies surrounding the nascent Trump administration, pollinators should be back in the headlines — again painting a tragic portent for the future of the planet’s food supply — as an analysis found 347 bee species native to North America […]

State Of Maryland Issues Report On WiFi In Schools — Not Favorable

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post The Maryland Children’s Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC) issued an eleven-page report December 13, 2016 titled “Wifi Radiation in Schools in Maryland Final Report,” which every school district in the country, if not around the globe, needs to read and implement. On page 5 of that […]

Dakota Pipeline Protesters Leave $1 Million Clean-Up Bill For Taxpayers

What happened to caring about the environment?. Protest littering…~TS By Penny Starr | Breitbart The U.S. Army Corps will spend more than $1 million to clean up the mess left behind by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and others opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. The protesters — who succeeded in temporarily […]

The nightmare goes on: Inside Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant

It’s almost six years since Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant was crippled by a major earthquake and ensuing tsunami. Our correspondent has been invited by TEPCO, the operator of the plant, to the site for an update on clean-up efforts. Radiation levels remain very high and there is no precise timeline for the full decommissioning of […]

The Wireless World Of Health Harms

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post January 30, 2017, Olga Sheean presented an opus-like, 57-page report “Setting the standard for a wireless world of harm,” a call for action and accountability [1] to the United Nations for whom she worked at one time until, unfortunately, she became electromagnetically hypersensitive (EHS).  She worked at UNAIDS, […]

Will Superweeds Choke GMO to a Timely Death in USA?

By F. William Engdahl | New Eastern Outlook When we human beings become too self-destructive for our own well-bring and that of our Earth, sometimes nature takes control and does what we in our greed and stupidity refuse to do. The refusal of Governments around the world–with notable exceptions such as the GMO-free Russian Federation–to […]

Genes for Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Are Found in Beijing Smog

Also found in water near antibiotic manufacturing plants By Julie Fidler | Natural Society Public health experts have warned that antibiotic resistance could claim 10 million people each year by 2050. In early December 2016, researchers said they had discovered that livestock had become resistant to a class of antibiotics used only in humans. Now […]

Fukushima Aborts Latest Robot Mission Inside Reactor; Radiation At “Unimaginable” Levels

By Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge Two years after sacrificing one robot, TEPCO officials have aborted their latest robot mission inside the Fukushima reactor after the ‘scorpion’ became unresponsive as it investigated the previously discovered hole where the core is believed to have melted. A “scorpion” robot sent into a Japanese nuclear reactor to learn […]

AMI Smart Meters ILLEGALLY Forced On Pennsylvania Consumers; Act 129 States “Not Mandatory”

By Catherine J. Frompovich | Activist Post Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) utility Smart Meters for electric, natural gas and water are being forced onto Pennsylvania utility customers by utility companies backed up by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s (PA PUC) implementation rules and regulations, i.e., AMI SMs are “mandatory,” which are in total contradiction to […]

Records Show Govt Knew of Dangers of Oroville Dam for YEARS — Did Nothing to Fix It

  By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project Nearly 200,000 people had to be evacuated from the floodplain beneath Oroville Dam, when an earthen emergency spillway threatened to disintegrate under the sheer volume of floodwater putting pressure on the structure — the exact scenario federal and state officials were cautioned about over a decade […]

U.S. Army Corps To Abandon Environmental Study, Issue Final Easement For DAPL

By Derrick Broze | Activist Post The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have indicated that they are preparing to approve the final easement for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.  On Tuesday,the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that they have concluded their review of the Dakota Access Pipeline and plan to approve the final […]

The Soul in the Sea: Re-Uniting with the Dolphins

By Frank Jospeh “What mystery is the sea,” exclaimed Herman Melville, “whose stirrings speak of a hidden soul beneath!”1 I only understood what the great American meant for the first time two years ago, while visiting the Roatán Institute for Marine Sciences in Honduras. It was located at an otherwise uninhabited islet just off the […]