A stunning leak from Oxford University revealed that a trial TB vaccine was tested on hundreds of babies even when it was not found to be safe for primates. Read more “TB Vaccine Proved Bad for Primates Yet Safe for 1500 Babies?”
Scientists in Finland are perfecting a food-making process which could one day enable people to electrically shock carbon dioxide and microbes into a square meal. Read more “Scientists’ Electrifying Plans for a Food Revolution Could Spell an End to World Hunger”
The debate over GMO safety and risks stems from the fact that the definition is too generalized, or too ambiguous. The mainstream conversation about its pseudo-science always favors the corporations behind it.
But mere scientific definition is not enough to circumvent the actual disastrous experience, i.e. those glaring facts about its negative effects outside the GMO laboratories.
Most biotech companies, especially Monsanto have engaged themselves in the wanton tampering of Nature’s way of doing things for decades, the destructive effects of which are just beginning to be appreciated by the mainstream population.
Their motivation has always been about making bigger profits than the last one.
In order to pressure Russia to kowtow with Western interests, the United States and EU countries under US thumb imposed on the former all sorts of sanctions about 3 years ago, from diplomatic to economic, to which some geopolitical analysts regarded as sheer stupidity, or more like “shooting on the foot.”
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators in 428 cities are expected to turn out this weekend to protest agribusiness giant Monsanto. The third annual ‘March Against Monsanto’ seeks to highlight the company’s part in control of the food supply.
A local farmers-scientists group condemned the covert visit of the notorious GMO/vaccine advocate, Bill Gates, who is trying to convince the Philippine government to use genetically modified Golden Rice as the solution to vitamin A deficiency when Malungay or Moringa, which is very rich in Vitamin A and all other nutrients, is already pervasive in this part of the world since Moses’s time.
New report from Friends of the Earth Europe highlights five examples of communities reclaiming their food systems
On the landing page of this website we dissected the causes and cure for all our diseases, and one of those causes is energy depletion due to inadequacy of the modern diet to provide enough energy and the lack of regular physical exercise, that would impair our body’s inherent capability to repel any infections.
“Non-GMO is More Profitable.”
This is the rising sentiment among farmers of the US as a confluence of factors urges them to become pro-organic. From falling GMO grain prices to a rising tide of public distrust of genetically modified ingredients, failing GMO traits, higher GMO seed prices, and the premium prices that people willingly pay for quality food over toxic junk, the conventional farmer is changing his tune when it comes to Big Ag practices.
Monsanto is just one of those devious tentacles of the Corporation, that has a complete grip on the institutions that are supposed to regulate it.
Individually we can only do so much to cause a dent on its political clout in DC and elsewhere. But collectively we might be able to shut it down.
A Legacy of Destruction: Monsanto’s Dark History Exposed in Stunning New Photo Essay
Living off the grid has its own challenges, but the rewards are far more exciting. We don’t have to force ourselves eating GMO or non-organic products, pay for energy and water bills. Don’t have to deal with urban noise and air pollutions, etc.
Best of all, we can easily do what we need to do and enjoy doing them.
With the right technology we can still access the internet or enjoy free satellite TV for news update and education.
Instead of water wings and inner tubes, Dennis and Danielle McClung’s backyard pool in Mesa, Arizona, is filled with tomato plants, grape vines and wheat. There’s a chicken coop and a fish pond, and the food that comes out of the pool, from tilapia to tomatoes, feeds the McClung family of five. It’s a system that took a few frustrating failures to perfect, but now the McClungs hope to take swimming-pool farming international.
Read more “Hydroponic Gardening: Swimming Pool Farms”
First, it was China which avoid renewing license for GMO experiment on their soil. Now, it’s Russia’s turn to make official the banning of all GMO products in their motherland.
Posted By Expanded Consciousness on November 11, 2013
There are many things you can do even on a small piece of land. Here’s a few ideas to get you started!
The hardest thing about gardening is remembering to water regularly. A sprinkler systems solves the problem but can be expensive. This method is so easy — anyone can start a vegetable garden — no fancy sprinkler system required. And did we mention it’s free?
Read more “A Vegetable Garden That Waters Itself”