The Fukushima disaster occured on March 11, 2011. Now seven years later, it has only worsened. And it's not the only one.
What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get up and MOVE!
Endangered Ethics in Modern Environmentalism and the Plight of Misplaced Species: This is the Result of High Level Federal Agency Corruption
Environmental health is vital and currently being exploitated and abused by those agencies that are supposed to be protecting it. National parks are highly corrupt and in many cases, are causing more harm than help.
Tesla's Electrifying Discovery of Standing Waves(Free Energy) Was Also Illuminated to Walter Russell
It appears the Creator of this Electric Universe has a strong point to make - standing waves represent the electric potential that covers every speck of space. In other words, the creator's energy is ever present throughout creation.
Walter Bowman Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963) left a legacy that centers around his unique Cosmogony, or concept of the universe, having spent many years writing about the nature of humankind's relationship to the Universal One.
All Eyes on the Hanford Nuclear Waste Coverup: Lethal Waste Still Leaking - Deadly Plutonium Found in Air Samples Near Highway
Thousands of gallons of radioactive waste have leaked from Hanford and the radiation is spreading. There is much concern for what would occurr if it reached the Columbia River.
When a drum containing radioactive waste blew up in an underground nuclear dump in New Mexico two years ago, the Energy Department rushed to quell concerns in the Carlsbad desert community and quickly reported progress on resuming operation.
Exposing Youtube's Marketing Manipulations: Massive Increases in Fake Likes, Views & Subscribers Due to Excessive Hacking & Bots
Social media platforms are becoming increasingly more artificial. There are marketing manipulations occurring on a regular basis that impact the way certain channels and topics are perceived.