China

Massive permaculture project lifts 2.5 million out of poverty

If you visit the Loess Plateau right now you will find a suitably luscious landscape in the
Featured

Pope Francis wants you to help save humanity, too

Discussions of Pope Francis’ encyclical (one of the highest
21 June | by Michael Thomas
Biology

This new method of pest control impressed me a lot

Yes, you read that right: the newest form of
4 March | by Michael Thomas
Economics

Hydroponics: 90% Less Water Than Conventional Farming

As more people continue to see the prices they
26 January | by M Caulfield
Campaigns

Lebron using $41 million to send 1100 kids to college

The great basketball player Lebron James has just committed a magnanimous offer of a free four
Activism

FDA Sets New Regulations For Antibiotic Use On Farms

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (F. D. A.)
23 December | by M Caulfield
Activism

Debunking: A Truth-Seeker’s Best Friend

The irony of much of the online “truth” movement
18 October | by Michael Thomas
Cancer

Plans To Shut Down California Medical Marijuana Stores In Progress

The Justice Department has announced plans to crackdown on
8 October | by Aaron Jackson

Prison Reform And Legalization Efforts Gain Momentum

22 March | by M Caulfield
The conversation about decriminalization and legalization of cannabis continues to flourish in many places of the world. The increased acceptance of the “drug” can
Featured

Where allergies don’t, and probably do, come from

Allergies are frequently misunderstood, and that’s saying a lot
Activism

15 Photos From The Massive ‘Moral March’ You Didn’t Hear About This Weekend

Somewhere between 80,000 to 100,000 people from 32 states turned out to protest
Human Rights

Baltimore Teenagers Worse Off Than Those in Nigeria!

The health and well-being of poor teenagers from many