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Snowvember: What’s Causing the Unseasonably Cold Weather?

Snowvember What's Causing the Unseasonably Cold Weather

More thаn a mоnth bеfоrе the official ѕtаrt оf wintеr, rеѕidеntѕ оf parts оf the United States аrе bеing blanketed with snow аnd hit with frigid temperatures. But thе infаmоuѕ роlаr vortex thаt ѕеnt Amеriсаnѕ shivering lаѕt Jаnuаrу isn't thе only weather ѕуѕtеm rеѕроnѕiblе for this unѕеаѕоnаblу соld weather, еxреrtѕ ѕау. Read More »

What’s In Your Drinking Water?

What’s In Your Drinking Water

In the 1970s, several studies turned up pharmaceuticals in treated U.S. sewage water, and drugs have been a known unknown in water supplies ever since. Recently, researchers at the Environmental Protection Agency tested 50 U.S. wastewater-treatment plants serving more than 46 million people for 58 common drugs. They found many of the meds, but thankfully at concentrations so low it would take years to drink a full dose. –Jessie Geoffray Read More »

The real cost-of-living-crisis: Five million British children ‘sentenced to life of poverty thanks to welfare reforms’

The real cost-of-living-crisis Five million British children 'sentenced to life of poverty thanks to welfare reforms'

Five million children in Britain could be “sentenced to a lifetime of poverty” by 2020 because of welfare reforms, according to research from Save the Children. Cuts to benefits, the rising cost of living and years of flat wages have created a “triple whammy” for children, the charity said. It argues that children have borne the brunt of the recession in Britain, and now represent the “face of poverty” in the UK. Read More »

18 Scientifically Valid Reasons To End Fluoridation

18 Scientifically Valid Reasons To End Fluoridation

Many people are coming to understand that far from improving dental health, the fluoridation of public water and many purchased meals and beverages is actually damaging to our overall health. What was once a widely accepted practice is now being examined and criticized by many popular doctors and free-thinkers, and the scientific evidence to support these condemnations is increasing. Read More »

Report indicates that US aligned regimes are preparing for war

Report indicates that US aligned regimes are preparing for war

Every year the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) releases a study on military spending around the world. This year's report contains many interesting details. Some things in the report presented by the United Nations Commission on disarmament on April 14 have not changed at all. As has been the case for decades, the United States remains the largest military spender in the world, despite the much heralded "defense cuts." The US, NATO, and "non-NATO US allies" account for over 64 percent of all military spending in the world. Read More »

Nine countries that hate US most

Nine countries that hate US most

The so called "export of democracy" carried out by the US President, Barack Obama, resulted in a number of countries becoming dissatisfied with the Washington's policies. The image of Obama's administration, as well as that of the United States, took some serious hits because of it, according to the Spanish edition of RT. Read More »

Here’s why scientists just published the recipe for superflu

Here’s why scientists just published the recipe for superflu

A few years ago, a researcher took the deadly bird flu, turned it into a highly contagious version, and then tried to publish how he did it. The ensuing controversy delayed the publication of his paper for six months. This week, his group is back with a perfected recipe: the minimum number of mutations needed to make bird flu spread between mammals easily. Wondering why someone would do such a crazy thing? Do read on. Read More »

N. Pacific Seafood To Exceed Radiation levels 1,000 Bq/kg

N. Pacific Seafood To Exceed Radiation levels 1,000 Bqkg

he Fukushima nuclear emergency [...] emerged as a high priority looming threat due to the risk of radioactive contamination in the global ocean and biodiversity. [...] we assessed the bioaccumulation potential of 137Cs by testing steady state and time-dependent bioaccumulation models in an offshore food web that included fish-eating, resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) as one of the major top predators of the marine ecosystems in British Columbia, Canada. Read More »

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