Biology

Recycling waste into protein rich food

This might sound far-fetched, but ironically the idea isn’t even new. Since around the 1970s, humans
Psychology

Emissions cheating is “systemic,” 4 more companies caught

“These new test results [from Emissions Analytics] prove that
10 October | by Jason Ribbons
Science

US Passes Bill To Silence Scientific Experts

You would think that scientists who have worked on
21 November | by Michael Thomas
Health

Understanding Trauma – Part II: Psychological After-Effects and PTSD

Possibly most of the readers of this text will
17 August | by Janina Ottma
Equality

Baltimore schools giving all kids free breakfast and lunch

Since the beginning of June, every student in the city of Baltimore, regardless of income level,
Activism

Palm oil’s in everything and everywhere, and it’s destroying Asia’s rainforests

Palm oil has become an almost ubiquitous replacement for
26 July | by Michael Thomas
Cancer

Japan Government Now Involved In Fukushima

After revelations that the Fukushima disaster never ended, the
5 September | by M Caulfield
Biology

The Question Of Circumcision

Male circumcision is one of the oldest and most
28 September | by M Caulfield

7 reasons I don’t trust Seralini or his study

30 May | by Michael Thomas
When I was younger, I used to think the Seralini study had something worth saying. The fact that he didn’t actually release the raw
Activism

Federal Judge Rules NYC Stop-and-frisk Policy Unconstitutional

Federal judge Shira A. Scheindlin has ruled that the
Education

Scientists say giant asteroid could hit earth next week, causing mass destruction

Scientists have discovered a massive asteroid that is on
Economics

Drug War Failure: Cocaine Found in UK Tap Water

Cocaine use is so prevalent throughout the UK that