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Tesla Motors Launches Revolutionary Supercharger Enabling Free Long Distance Travel

J.G. Vibes Activist Post Today Tesla Motors unveiled its highly anticipated Supercharger network, which is said to make long distance travel in cars totally free thanks to the use of solar energy and electricity.  So far the network is made up of six Supercharger stations stretching across California, as well as parts of Nevada and Arizona. […]

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France Launches Major Investigation Into GMOs Following Tumor Study

Following the release of a peer-reviewed piece of research linking the consumption of Monsanto’s Roundup-containing GMO crops to tumors and organ damage, the French government is now calling for a health agency investigation. Seeking to analyze the research and potentially ask European authorities to protect human health and abandon the use of GMO crops, France’s Agriculture Minister and others […]

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Experts discuss the shocking findings of the peer-reviewed GMO cancer trial

The recent study undeniably linking genetically modified foods (GMOs) to cancer should shock the health world, especially in the United States where the overwhelming majority of grocery store food is derived from GMO-based crops. The new peer-reviewed study to be published in the upcoming Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal in New York proves that GMO corn and world’s best-selling weedkiller, Roundup, causes increased […]

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New Study Finds GM Corn and Roundup Causes Cancer In Rats

Sayer Ji, Contributor Activist Post In an alarming new study published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, researchers from The Committee for Research & Independent Information on Genetic Engineering (CRIIGEN) reported on the results of a 2-year feeding study in rats given either NK603 Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize, cultivated with or without Roundup, and Roundup alone, […]

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Want Cleaner and Purer Air? Try Air-Cleaning Plants, NASA Says

Elizabeth Renter Activist Post NASA knows a thing or two about keeping air clean, sending astronauts into space with a limited amount of breathable air for months on end. After all, they can’t simply open a window when things get stuffy in space. What NASA researchers have learned about air quality in the home concerning […]

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Magnitude 7.6 earthquake strikes Costa Rican coast, tsunami warnings downgraded

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) are reporting a 7.6-Mw earthquake striking the Costa Rican coast, prompting the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) to issue tsunami warnings including the following countries in the region:  Panama, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru. The initial alert was based upon an evaluation of the earthquake, not on confirmation that a tsunami has been generated. Later reports […]

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Brazilian Court Demands Nestle Label GMO Ingredients

It appears another victory has been declared in the battle against Monsanto  and GMO ingredients. According to a major Brazilian  business publication and GMWatch,  a Brazilian court has demanded that multi-billion dollar food giant Nestle label all of their products as genetically modified that have  over 1% GMO content. The ruling reportedly coincides with Brazilian […]

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Fukushima Nuclear Situation “Deteriorating”

Richard Wilcox, Contributor Activist Post Were it not for certain nuclear whistle blowers and outside, independent experts, the public would have to rely on the glib and technically inaccessible reports from Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) or the Japanese government. Not that those reports are entirely without substance, but due to the incomprehensible technical jargon most people […]

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