Picture a one-story wooden house shaped more or less like a box, situated along a Florida canal.
Katherine Paul is associate director of the Organic Consumers Association notes:
On Friday, February 13, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved the first genetically engineered apple, despite hundreds of thousands of petitions asking the USDA to reject it.
Bradley Arthur shares this news from the Atlantic showing how meditation and happiness can affect your DNA.
“The old thinking was that our bodies were stable biological entities, fundamentally separate from the external world,” he says. “But the new thinking is that there is much more permeability and fluidity.”… Read the rest
Our friend James Corbett reports that, just like the moon landings, an alien invasion could be faked by the mass hysteria, I mean mass media. He says “we all know about the crude pie-plate-on-string UFO hoaxes that have been perpetrated in the past.… Read the rest
The lava lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker whose other claim to fame was making underwater nudist films says Abigail Tucker in Smithsonian Magazine:
At a certain moment in the late 1960s, the lava lamp came to symbolize all things countercultural and psychedelic—although, as you might expect, those who basked in its lurid glow sometimes had trouble recalling exactly why.… Read the rest
The economic cost of climate change is vastly greatly than previously estimated, providing justification for even expensive mitigation measures, new research finds.
The economic damages, or “social cost,” from carbon dioxide emissions could include property damages from flooding or loss in agricultural yields, as the U.S.