Politics

105 Scientists Slam GMO-Rat-Study Retraction

105 Scientists Slam GMO-Rat-Study Retraction

By: Catherine J. Frompovich, Activist Post. What kind of hornet’s nest was opened up for the GM industry in view of the retraction of the two year “Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize”, by G E Séralini et al, published in Food and Chemical Toxicology 2012, 50(11), 4221-31? According to […]

UK police threaten Guardian editor with terrorism charges over Snowden leaks

UK police threaten Guardian editor with terrorism charges over Snowden leaks

British police have launched an investigation into whether the Guardian committed “potential” terrorism offenses by publishing the incriminating NSA and GCHQ documents leaked earlier this year by Edward Snowden. Alan Rusbridger, editor of the British paper, was testifying in front of a British parliamentary committee Tuesday when lawmakers suggested that the Guardian had helped terrorists by revealing […]

JFK’s death one of many November conspiracies

JFK’s death one of many November conspiracies

John F. Kennedy promised a better way of life, increased national pride, and encouraged all Americans to move forward in science, space exploration and community service. His death in November 1963 didn’t completely end those dreams, and actually helped create another group of united Americans – those with questions about the circumstances of his assassination. […]

Should Marijuana be Legalized Around the World?

Should Marijuana be Legalized Around the World?

By: Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society. State by state, the marijuana laws in this country are changing, but this isn’t the only place reconsidering pot prohibition. Marijuana legalization support is growing around the world. Recently, Uruguay became the latest to “edge toward” a government owned and regulated marijuana industry. Medical marijuana in Canada is similarly making significant strides towards making this […]

Google’s Eric Schmidt: NSA spying ‘outrageous’

Google’s Eric Schmidt: NSA spying ‘outrageous’

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says recent revelations regarding the National Security Agency’s alleged eavesdropping operations are “outrageous” and perhaps even illegal. Schmidt was weighing in with reporters at the Wall Street Journal this week when he unleashed on the NSA over reports that the United States intelligence-gathering agency infiltrated communication links between data centers operated […]

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