Julia Conley – With so many species at risk of extinction, environmentalists wonder what we can do to protect global biodiversity.
Olivia Rosane – Some Native Hawaiians are angry that a new telescope may be built on an ancient burial site.
Jordan Davidson – A new study suggests that floating solar islands could help to curb climate change.
Nicholas West – What used to be science fiction, the U.S. Military is now officially preparing Direct Energy Weapons for war.
Sven Taylor – Want to ditch Google? Find the best alternatives to nearly every Google service here.
Dr. Marianna Pochelli – Fluoride is touted as a miracle drug for our teeth, but many studies suggest otherwise.
John Vibes – Even Google admits that their products are listening to you, and you won’t ever know when.
Elias Marat – Sea turtles are doing very well this year, with near-record nests being made around the U.S.
Debra Green – 5G technology is not just invasive, but a huge risk to our health as well, especially for children.
Dr. Mercola – “We have missed the essentials of what a tree is all about.”
RT – More evidence mounts that antidepressants are dangerous and ineffective.
Dr. Joseph Mercola – A recent analysis found several dangerous contaminants in conventional milk – but organic is mostly okay.
Sayer Ji – While radiotherapy is being found to make cancer worse, blueberries may help kill it.
James Corbett – Telecom companies are currently scrambling to implement fifth-generation cellular network technology.
Laura Pangallozzi – Water systems, especially in rural areas, can report much higher levels than the EPA cutoff.
Elias Marat – A new study suggests that planting more trees is the cheapest and most effective way to halt climate change.
Press for Truth – The high-pitched frequency (17.5 to 18.5 kilohertz) can be heard by young people ages 13 to 25 years old.
Olivia Rosane – Trump’s USDA is scaling back important research on honeybee decline.
John Vibes – A Canadian company developed a house from recycled plastic, which can withstand winds over 300 mph.
Tyler Durden – This new study supports the growing body of evidence that cannabis compounds can treat seizures in children.