Trash Into Treasure: 6 Cool Things Made from Sea Plastic
Trash Into Treasure: 6 Cool Things Made from Sea Plastic Trash Into Treasure: 6 Cool Things Made from Sea Plastic

Photo courtesy of Studio Swine’s “Sea Chair”. A recent study released by The Geological Society of America reveals that ocean pollution has already left a permanent mark in the planet’s geological record. The study announced the “appearance of a new ‘stone’ formed through intermingling of melted plastic, beach sediment, basaltic lava fragments, and organic debris.” This substance was found on Kamilo Beach in Hawai’i, an area hit hard by marine debris due to wind and tide patterns

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Dark Snow Greenland Project: Peter Sinclair flies from Copenhagen to Greenland
Dark Snow Greenland Project: Peter Sinclair flies from Copenhagen to Greenland Dark Snow Greenland Project: Peter Sinclair flies from Copenhagen to Greenland

Snow Piercer: Dark Snow 2014 by Peter Sinclair, Climate Crocks, July 31, 2014 Smoke from Canadian forest fires drifts over southwestern Greenland and the ice sheet. Modis satellite. Kangerlussuaq, Greenland: “SnowPiercer”  is the big buzz action movie this summer – a Chris Evans Cli-Fi vehicle that follows a catastrophic rebellion on an apocalyptic bullet train in a dystopian snowy, ice-encrusted world – the result of geo-engineering gone terribly wrong

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No Drones Illinois Endorses Call To Drop Boeing From Chicago Air & Water Show

No Drones Illinois has endorsed the following call by Anti-War Committee – Chicago, Jews for Justice in Palestine, U.S. Palestinian Community Network and 8th Day Center for Justice: Protest Boeing Death Machines in Gaza: Demand Chicago Drop Boeing from Air and Water Show! Boeing Company is a major sponsor of Chicago’s annual Air and Water Show this summer.

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Paul Ryan Says Climate Change Is An Excuse To Illegally Grow Government And Raise Taxes

CREDIT: AP/Charlie Neibergall Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) said Wednesday that “climate change occurs no matter what,” but that the EPA’s recent efforts to reduce emissions from existing power plants are “outside of the confines of the law,” and “an excuse to grow government, raise taxes and slow down economic growth.” Speaking at a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor in Washington, Rep. Ryan said that he would argue that the “federal government, with all its tax and regulatory schemes” can’t do anything about climate change

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Fellow Activists, On Monday night at 5:30, Denver City Council will be asked to…

Fellow Activists, On Monday night at 5:30, Denver City Council will be asked to transfer funds to pay for the settlement with Hunter. I’m writing to ask that you please attend in great numbers.

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20 Summer Tips To Stay Alive: Tip 20 – Beat the Heat

Beat the Heat Here we present 20 easy-to-miss risks, and how to avoid or survive them. Stay alive this summer by following these simple tips.

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Transport Canada to study PFOS at Hamilton airport

Transport Canada is planning to study the effects of toxic chemical PFOS later this year that has spread from the Hamilton Airport and invaded the surrounding environment and wildlife. Geoffrey Knapper, the district manager of the Ontario Ministry of Environment, surprised members of the city committee April 11 when he made the admission.

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Hunger Doesn’t Need To Continue Among NYC’s Children This Summer #endpoverty #en…

Hunger Doesn’t Need To Continue Among NYC’s Children This Summer #endpoverty #endhunger #children Manhattan BP Brewer wants more #NYC residents to know about this #food program Timeline Photos Manhattan BP Brewer wants more #NYC residents to know about this #food program

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Dillon Bates talks about volunteering wth Knoxville Habitat for Humanity
Dillon Bates talks about volunteering wth Knoxville Habitat for Humanity Dillon Bates talks about volunteering wth Knoxville Habitat for Humanity

Vols freshman linebacker Dillon Bates talks about spending the summer building a house with his teammates during an interview on July 30, 2014. The UT football team has volunteered with Knoxville…

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World War One and 100 Years of Counter-Revolution

In 1871, Karl Marx wrote that governments use war as a fraud, a ‘humbug, intended to defer the struggle of the classes’. In 1914, that fraud was so effective that not only most workers but also most Marxists supported their respective nation’s rush to war. Ever since then, governments have used war to defer class struggle and prevent revolution

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