Activism

Urban Homesteading and Self-Sufficient Health

With the increasing concern for our health, and ever-expanding curiosity for what is going into our
Activism

Who Are The Women Waging War On Environmental Damage?

They are your mothers, your sisters, your daughters and
30 January | by Joseph Kennedy
Biology

Real Risks, And Real Benefits, Of Vaccines

New techniques may enable us to perfect the art
2 August | by Michael Thomas
Biology

Pope Francis Agrees With Evolution, And For A Good Reason

Pope Francis, speaking at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences,
29 October | by Michael Thomas
Featured

Tesla’s Cold Fire Explained

This electrical dry bath is called Cold Fire. Tesla's work produced far more than just entertaining
Activism

Do Schools Inadvertently Promote Bullying?

According to Stopbully.gov, roughly 28 percent of U.S. students
16 April | by M Caulfield
Economics

Fukushima Didn’t Just Melt Down: It Melted Through

Years after the Fukushima disaster, we are still hearing
28 April | by M Caulfield
Health

1.7 Million Children Dead In Environmental Disaster

1.7 million children have tragically died in one of
23 March | by Joseph Kennedy

Could New Chinese Research Allow 2,900 km/h Trains?

31 May | by M Caulfield
Dr. Deng Zigang is doing work at the Applied Superconductivity Laboratory of Southwest Jiaotong University, specifically in the testing of the first manned mega
Documentaries

Do 105 Photos Show Stonehenge Being Built 100 Years Ago?

Stonehenge, located in Wiltshire, England, is one of those
Activism

Understanding Eminent Domain

More and more people are becoming aware of an
9/11

Dehumanized: Will Arabs Forgive Them?

He lives in a tent. He rides a camel.