You are now Breathing Ethylene Dibromide, Virally Mutated Molds, Nano-Particulates of Aluminum and Barium, and Polymer Fibers with Unidentified…
This image showing a relatively pristine earth was taken during the Apollo Missions between 1969 and 1972. The earth floats like a beautiful blue and white jewel in space with no haze or luminosity covering it. THE EARTH BEFORE THE ERA OF CHEMTRAILS Compare it with the next few images of earth taken during the
Solar energy use in Edmonton on the rise Solar energy use in Edmonton on the rise www.cbc.ca While the cost of solar energy is declining, the number of people harnessing the sun’s energy in Alberta is on the rise.
It is almost time for our General Assembly! Meet us at Grant Macewan cafeteria, 106 st building at 6:30 pm. We meet here every Tuesday, same time and location!
Missouri River get’s oilboomed–It’s either a Saltwater spill or an oilspill: They’re still debating:
CREDIT: AP Photo/Josh Reynolds Rupert Murdoch is chairman and CEO of News Corporation, one of the world’s largest media conglomerates, which includes Fox News and The Wall Street Journal. Since launching The Australian newspaper 50 years ago he has also become one of the richest people in the world.
LM Glasfiber workers hoist a wind turbine blade in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Credit: Tu/cc by 2.0 WASHINGTON – Formal negotiations began this week around the increasingly significant global trade in “environmental goods”, those technologies seen as environmentally beneficial, including in combating climate change. read more
Marco Rubio, the Florida Senator is considered to be a top 2016 GOP presidential candidate and, in his opinion, Hillary Clinton, the probable Democratic candidate is not unbeatable. In fact, Marco Rubio has gone on to add that “multiple people”…
You’ve got to love satirical news site ‘The Onion’… Some of these rocks could have scratched the paint on those Israeli tanks.
Palm Beach Post, July 13, 2014. A new kind of ‘HIGHER’ EDUCATION Cannabis-growing classes are sprouting across Florida in anticipation of November’s vote on medical marijuana. By Barbara Marshall Palm Beach Post Staff Writer In a nondescript warehouse in a decidedly unglamorous section of Boca Raton, Sheridan Rafer is teaching me to grow marijuana