Biology

Can Spicy Foods Help Fight Cancer And Extend Life?

For years, everyone had assumed that the “spicy” molecule capsaicin only had an effect on your
Sustainability

Which Country Does The Most Good For The World?

This is actually a very difficult question, since nations are currently
3 July | by Michael Thomas
Activism

Anti-GMO activists interrupt conference and destroy seedlings

Recently, 300 people occupied the meeting of the Brazil
6 March | by Michael Thomas
Science

Inventor Develops Way To Rid The Sea of Plastic

Millions of tons of plastic pollute our oceans, and
15 September | by M Caulfield
Biology

Cannabis Biotech: Creating A 30-Foot Marijuana Tree

The modification of plants using selective breeding, phytohormones which change how cells react or perceive themselves
Activism

Canada To Consider Lighter Approach On Pot Legislation

The Conservative government in Canada is looking at potentially
7 March | by M Caulfield
Corporatism

TTIP Will Allow Corporations To Sue Governments, Reduce Regulation

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a
18 January | by M Caulfield
Activism

Contrails – Countering the fear-porn of Chemtrails

The Chemtrail Theory Given that we, as a society
27 March | by Asura

At Least 34 Children Die After Getting UN-Sponsored Vaccines

19 September | by Katharine J. Tobal
Hours ago, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and World Health Organization (WHO) announced in a statement that they stopped a measles vaccination campaign in
Corruption

Government Licensure Hurts The Poor

Sandy Meadows was an elderly woman living in Louisiana.
Corruption

Special Needs Teenager Shot And Killed By Police

The growing and unapologetic trigger-finger response from the state
Corruption

The State is Looking To Criminalize Online Complaints

Thomas Smith, a resident of Wisconsin, posted a few