Waking Times –A tragic story about these amazing animals.
Earth, Nature, Food
Dagny Taggart – Should governments regulate what kind of gardens people grow in their yards?
Matt Agorist – The paradigm is shifting.
Elias Marat – Whether we like it or not, our society has become completely reliant on plastic.
Emma Fiala – Many are saying the new standard will still be too high for safe consumption.
Waking Times – If you must use a synthetic product to address a pest infestation, you can do so responsibly, preventing its harmful effects on your body and the environment.
Tyler Durden – The dam is breaking and retailers are beginning to refuse this toxic product.
In 1941 Henry Ford Invented a Cellulose-Plastic Prototype Car Fueled By Hemp and Vegetable Seed Oils
Ian Crossland – The car was never mass produced because of pressure from the oil industry.
John Vibes – It’s a Japanese cultural tradition to keep killing whales.
Elva Thompson – We are on our own walk back to Source Creation.
Makia Freeman – Is this the next frontier in consciousness and well-being?
Tyler Durden – Weston Elementary School in Ripon, CA went on high alert after the controversy erupted two years ago.
Aaron Kesel – Another small town questions the story and safety of water fluoridation.
John Vibes – They believe that people are rejecting American culture in general.
Vic Bishop – The bees absolutely love hemp plants.
Alex Pietrowski – The City of Miami recently did the same.
Sofia Adamson – Coal-burning power plants don’t just pollute the air.
Phillip Schneider – On our current trajectory, what will this problem look like 10 years from now?
Elias Marat – Our food is literally soaked in a toxic carcinogen. What could go wrong?
Alex Pietrowski – This court-confirmed carcinogen is found in a startling amount of the foods you eat everyday.