‘Sixty percent of Britain’s population lives in areas where air pollution levels are life-threatening.
According to a study published in The Guardian, 59% of Britons are living in towns and cities where nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution breaches the lawful level of 40 micrograms per cubic meter of air.
The study commissioned by the UK Labor party reveals nearly 40 million people in the UK are living in areas where illegal levels of air pollution from diesel vehicles risk damaging their health.
The British political party described the air pollution crisis as a “national scandal”.’
‘Medical Freedom is at risk in every state of the nation under vaccine mandates.
Since the removal of religious and personal belief vaccine exemptions by the State of California under law SB277, the federal government is widening the net to go after states by region through block grants for early childcare programs.
The government’s message? If you want federal assistance, ante up and remove the religious and philosophical exemptions for vaccines.’
‘In a startling move, Scott Pruitt, new head of the Environmental Protection Agency, overrode the agency’s own scientific belief that one of the most widely used insecticides should be banned from agricultural use due to its toxicity. Pruitt announced late on Wednesday that chlorpyrifos would remain on farms, effectively rejecting the EPA’s conclusions of a permanent, nationwide ban.
The EPA was created after the pesticide findings of Rachel Carson reached critical mass. Although the intent was supposedly to protect humans and the environment, the agency is often seen as a taxpayer-paid frontrunner for corporations, taking their word on their products and approving them blindly. ‘
‘When you read the side effects on a package of antidepressants – or any medication, for that matter – it’s easy to brush them off out of a desire to start feeling better quickly. Problems like fatigue, nausea and decreased libido are just words on a page and easy to dismiss … until they happen to you.
If you or a loved one is thinking of taking these medications, you might want to read the story of Katinka Blackford Newman first. Her experience illustrates the very ugly side of these drugs that few people talk about, and shows how it can impact real people in a way that those package inserts can never truly convey.’
‘Scientists in Germany have opened doors in the realm of renewable energy and solar experimentation. Using a 50-foot structure and 149 industrial-grade spotlights, Kai Wieghardt and his team have created “Synlight,” the “world’s largest artificial sun.”
The $3.8 million structure stands in Juelich, Germany, and can focus its spotlights onto an area as small as 61 square inches, generating up to 10,000 times the amount of normal radiation in a single area and reaching temperatures of up to 5,400 degrees Fahrenheit. But what is its use?
It can be used to test simple things like solar panels and other solar-fueled mechanisms. Synlight can also test the effects of solar radiation on satellites and machines that endure prolonged radiation exposure. However, the most interesting application of Synlight is the potential to use it to separate hydrogen and oxygen from water in mass amounts, creating a consistent source of hydrogen and bringing hydrogen-powered cars, houses, and societies that much closer to the gates of reality.’