Patrick Smith – Our lack of connection to the natural world is killing us. So what can we do in the shadow of this immense and faceless evil?
Earth, Nature, Food
Julia Conley – The fracking boom in the U.S. and Canada over the past decade may be largely to blame for a rise in methane in the earth’s atmosphere.
Mass Privatel – Imagine in the not-too-distant future your job, college ID, drivers license, passport, gun permit, health insurance etc., will depend on you passing a mandatory drug screening.
Mandy Froelich – Long ago, scientists discovered that the bright, yellow powder can also help combat stomach cancer.
Phillip Schneider – In a viral video, a cell tower technician joins doctors, scientists, and business leaders to warn about the dangers of 5G.
Jordan Davidson – Pet owners around the country are seeing their beloved canines perish after letting them cool off in waters harboring toxic algae.
Sayer Ji – Food, while being the condition for the possibility of all life itself, is rarely appreciated for its true power.
Mandy Froelich – Psilocybin, the active ingredient in “magic mushrooms,” continues to show promise as a natural treatment for anxiety and depression.
Tyler Durden – A new study shows how “insect apocalypse” is unfolding across America’s farmland since neonicotinoid pesticides were introduced several decades ago.
Dagny Taggart – Is a $29,000 fine – or a person losing their home – proportional to having tall grass for a few weeks?
Andrea Germanos – Conservation groups say the devices are indiscriminate killers that should be banned.
Jordan Davidson – The ice near Alaska’s shores has melted away entirely, leaving the nearest ice shelf nearly 150 miles away.
Elias Marat – Astronomers have discovered a stunning set of 39 massive galaxies that had previously been invisible.
Mandy Froelich – To halt the consumption of single-use plastic, the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) banned the sale of bottled water.
Alex Pietrowski – Fallout from the pollinator insect die-off is appearing in South Carolina watermelon crops.
Nicholas West – The move toward using robots in law enforcement, private security, and even to scare away the homeless, has been a decade-long trend that is now becoming much more prevalent in everyday life.
Jake Johnson – “Insect abundance has declined 45 percent. This is a global crisis—we must ban neonics to save the bees!”
Mandy Froelich – This is one of the first studies ever on living stumps survive.
Harvard Scientists Funded by Bill Gates to Begin Spraying Particles Into the Sky In Experiment to Dim the Sun
Matt Agorist – Harvard has formed an advisory board to begin moving forward with their plan to spray particles into the stratosphere.
Olivia Rosane – A natural gas pipeline owned by Canadian company Enbridge exploded in Kentucky last Thursday, sending flames 300 feet into the sky, and killing one woman.