Unless It Changes, Capitalism ...

Feb 10, 2019 by

Capitalism has generated massive wealth for some, but it’s devastated the planet and has failed to improve human well-being at scale.

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The More Loving One: Astrophys...

Feb 10, 2019 by

I wrote Figuring (public library) to explore the interplay between chance and choice, the human search for meaning in an unfeeling universe governed by equal parts precision and randomness, the bittersweet beauty of asymmetrical and half-requited loves…

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Elon Musk Plans To Give The En...

Feb 9, 2019 by

Elon Musk, despite all the controversies surrounding him, is a genius and a true businessman par excellence.

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Young People Really, Really Wa...

Feb 9, 2019 by

New polling data show that millennials are more enthusiastic than older generations about radical efforts to save the planet and create jobs.

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Winter Storm Jayden, the Polar...

Feb 6, 2019 by

Climate change can also bring extreme cold. Here are three things we think people need to know about Winter Storm Jayden, the latest polar vortex to engulf the country and climate change.

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Sparking love through connecti...

Feb 5, 2019 by

“We participate in shattering myths about those living in poverty seeing the light, courage, intelligence, strength, and creativity of the people we encounter. We discover on the streets our common humanity, through which celebration, community, and healing occur.” —Faithful Fools Street Ministry, SF, California

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How Then Shall We Live?: Findi...

Feb 5, 2019 by

We would like to introduce Truthout’s new series, Truthout reporter Dahr Jamail and author Barbara Cecil is about the moonlight leaking between the roof planks of the “ruined house” of our planet.

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The world’s oldest Nobel...

Feb 2, 2019 by

Ashkin won half the 2018 prize in physics for his role in developing technology that makes very small beings “levitate” using only light. He did that work at Bell Labs in the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr Explains ...

Feb 2, 2019 by

The Facts:Robert F. Kennedy Jr emphasizes how pharmaceutical companies have a large hand in how the American government creates healthcare policy and recommendations.

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The Vaccine Information War: G...

Feb 2, 2019 by

WHO, Pharma, Gates & Government: Who’s Calling the Shots?

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5G ROLL-OUT: An Ongoing Nation...

Jan 19, 2019 by

THIS IS BY FAR THE BIGGEST THREAT TO HUMANITY AND ALL LIFE ON EARTH AND THE PLANET EARTH ITSELF. THIS A NATIONAL PLANETARY EMERGENCY!

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San Rafael residents take pre-...

Jan 19, 2019 by

LET THIS INSPIRE OTHER COMMUNITIES TO FIGHT BACK ON THIS TRULY SICKENING ISSUE

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The Lack of Legal Precedent fo...

Jan 19, 2019 by

Vaccine Mandates Results Don’t Safeguard Children’s Rights or Health: How Did We Get Here?

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Why Reusing Buildings Should B...

Jan 19, 2019 by

At the inaugural Rio Conference on the Global Environment in 1992, three facts became abundantly clear: the earth was indeed warming; fossil fuels were no longer a viable source of energy; and the built environment would have to adapt to this new reality.

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Chemtrails Exposed: The Deep S...

Jan 16, 2019 by

[Translate] Peter A. Kirby, Contributor Waking Times Who is behind putting hundreds, perhaps thousands of large jet aircraft in the...

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Drilling Towards Disaster: Why...

Jan 16, 2019 by

[Translate] Kelly Trout, priceforoil.org     Oil Change International in collaboration with: 350.org, Amazon Watch, BOLD Alliance,...

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$3.5 Trillion A Year: America’...

Jan 12, 2019 by

In order to keep this giant money machine rolling, the healthcare industry has to do an enormous amount of marketing.  If you can believe it, a study that was just published found that at least 30 billion dollars a year is spent on such marketing.

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Earth’s magnetic pole is on th...

Jan 12, 2019 by

Earth’s magnetic field is what allows us to exist. It deflects harmful radiation. It keeps our water and atmosphere in place. But now it’s acting up — and nobody knows why.

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Being Electrosensitive (in a m...

Jan 11, 2019 by

Just look what happened with Roundup / Monsanto after Glyphosate was classified as a Group 2A Probable Carcinogen.

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US Fema Concentration Camps in...

Jan 10, 2019 by

[Translate] theresia_kihn May 05 2018 posted to Conspiracy Theories Over 800 prison camps discovered in the United States! They are...

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9 sustainable living tips to t...

Jan 7, 2019 by

Our grandparents and great-grandparents lived in a simpler time, and we aren’t just talking about technology. During the Great Depression, many rural areas didn’t have running water or electricity, and things like proper refrigeration, freezers and air conditioning were a luxury.

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Timelines of Sickness and Deat...

Jan 7, 2019 by

A pilot study was conducted in 2004 of six California fire fighters working and sleeping in stations with towers.  The study, conducted by Gunnar Heuser, M.D., PhD. of Agoura Hills, CA, focused on neurological symptoms of six fire fighters who had been working for up to five years in stations with cell towers. Those symptoms included slowed reaction time, lack of focus, lack of impulse control, severe headaches, anesthesia-like sleep, sleep deprivation, depression, and tremors.

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Weaponizing the Frequencies: t...

Jan 6, 2019 by

Psychotronic millimeter wave weaponry is coming to a street near you, with the potential to unleash disease on a mass scale. Welcome to the new fifth generation of wi-fi called 5G, where the speed to send full-length, high-definition movies to your ipad is ten times faster.

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Breaking: UN Staff Member says...

Jan 5, 2019 by

The first eight months of WWII with no fighting was called The Phoney War. Using millimetre waves as a fifth-generation or 5G wireless communications technology is a phoney war of another kind.

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Trump’s EPA Is Undermining New...

Jan 5, 2019 by

Modern life is awash with chemicals. They’re in our work places, our homes, our bedrooms, the clothes we wear, the water we drink, the paint on our walls, the products we clean with.

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Rising hopes for democracy in ...

Jan 5, 2019 by

At a time when many see looming clouds on the horizon of American democracy, I’ve been thinking about glimmers of hope.

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‘It’s like we don’t exist’: Ca...

Jan 5, 2019 by

[Translate] By Martin Kuz Correspondent   CSMONITOR.COM @MartinKuz Winters, Calif. The town of Winters lies 30 miles from...

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Millet anyone? Facing soil cri...

Jan 5, 2019 by

Few Americans think much about where their food comes from, let alone the dirt it grows in. But in the US Midwest and Plains some farmers are looking to the soil to improve their crops and protect the environment.

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John Steinbeck on Good and Evi...

Jan 2, 2019 by

There are events in our personal lives and our collective history that seem categorically irredeemable, moments in which the grounds for gratefulness and hope have sunk so far below the sea level of sorrow that we have ceased to believe they exist.

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Ten Ways 2018 Brought Us Close...

Dec 27, 2018 by

The 20 warmest years ever recorded have been within the last 22 years, and the four warmest of those have been 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, according to the World Meteorological Organization

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