Andrea Germanos | The U.S. government has been fined $1.5 million for damages the Navy caused when one of its minesweepers rammed into a World Heritage-listed coral reef in the Philippines, officials announced on Monday.
Derrick Broze | Another large oil spill occurred this week, this time in the Houston Bayou.
Anthony Gucciardi | It likely comes as no surprise to those who have been following the disturbing trend of mass shooters over the years, but a new Los Angeles Times report has confirmed that Holmes had been taking the prescription psychotropic drugs Zoloft and Clonazepam (Klonopin) — one of which is the same drug that the Colombine Eric Harris was on.
Jacob Chamberlain | A cooling system inside one of the reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant failed once again on Friday, highlighting the ongoing nuclear catastophe at the plant—which reports say will take decades to decommission.
Shepard Ambellas | The Bickel & Brewer/NYU International Public Policy Forum has been known to direct a policy debate to schools each year.
Anthony Gucciardi | Still think that the Fukushima nuclear meltdown of 2011 never affected the United States public? Young children born in the United States West Coast, right in the line of fire for radioactive isotopes, have been found to be 28% more likely to develop congenital hypothyroidism than infants born the year before the incident.
Steve Horn | The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has had a "no fly zone" in place in Mayflower, Arkansas since April 1 at 2:12 PM and will be in place "until further notice," according to the FAA website and it's being overseen by Exxon Mobil itself.
JG Vibes | A recent inspection has reconfirmed that a Washington state site left over from the "Manhattan Project" is not only leaking radioactive waste, but it is also at risk of a nuclear explosion.
Derrick Broze | British scientists at the Mets Office Hadley Centre have called for a global government to approve global geo-engineering programs.
RT | The central Arkansas spill caused by Exxon’s aging Pegasus pipeline has reportedly unleashed 10,000 barrels of Canadian heavy crude - but a technicality says it's not oil, letting the energy giant off the hook from paying into a national cleanup fund.
dev-test.intellihub.com | Here is a little something you might want to know about horse meat.
Lauren McCauley | The thousands of barrels of tar sands oil which poured from a ruptured crude oil pipeline on Friday continue to devastate both man and beast alike in the community of Mayflower, Arkansas.
JG Vibes | Recently a team of scientists made a statement claiming that up to 40% of people are infected with brain parasites that have the ability to alter human behavior.
RT | Whatever you do, don’t go making out with any mice for a little bit: a Texas laboratory has misplaced a small vial containing a rodent borne virus that that has been linked to several deaths.
Shepard Ambellas | A strange course of events that can't be traced to the source for some reason in China leave people wondering where 16,000 dead pigs came from.
JG Vibes | Fluoride has been a very highly publicized topic in India lately, because there has been widespread fluoride contamination of large sections of the water supply.
Anne Gordon | Today with the accelerating exponential growth in technology, so called experts, are experimenting with Frankenstein-like potions to be sold to an uninformed public.
Dustin P. | Kratom, derived from a Thai word for a species of tree known as Mitragyna speciosa, is a large tree in the Rubiaceae family that grows native in Southeast Asia.
dev-test.intellihub.com | The world we live in today is a scary place as some seek to play with deadly viruses.
Anthony Gucciardi | Whether or not the FDA chooses to approve genetically modified salmon for sale in the marketplace, supermarkets themselves have decided to take a stand in the form of a mass boycott.
Anthony Gucciardi | It is possible to make sure you’re getting what is not just labeled organic and shipped from a contaminated facility in China, but actually high quality.
Rania Khalek | The United States may be finished dropping bombs on Iraq, but Iraqi bodies will be dealing with the consequences for generations to come in the form of birth defects, mysterious illnesses and skyrocketing cancer rates.
Shepard Ambellas | It is alarming to know that most Americans drink sugary beverages. In fact a massive propaganda (advertisement) campaign started back before my time.
Intellihub | A new report issued by the Oregon Seismic Safety Policy Advisory Commission predicts that more than 10,000 people could die when a massive earthquake and tsunami occurs just off the Pacific Northwest coast
Anne Petermann | In response to industry plans to develop eucalyptus plantations across the US South, environmental groups are raising serious concerns about the impacts of eucalyptus plantations on forests, rural communities, wildlife and the climate – especially if those trees are genetically engineered.
Violet Blue | Angry Wikipedia editors estimate that BP has rewritten 44 percent of the page about itself, especially about its environmental performance.
Geo-Engineering Watch | They stated in a lengthy contract that they had removed a photo from my page CHEMTRAIL COVER UP and that I was not allowed to use it. Facebook literally threatened me that if I used the photo again they would deactivate my account.
dev-test.intellihub.com | A poorly fact-checked article from a Kansas newspaper is being cited by well-funded...
Jacob Chamberlain | The protesters blockaded the entrance to the planned facility, which belongs to energy company Inergy, locked arms, and unfurled a banner reading “Our Future is Unfractured, We Are Greater Than Dirty Inergy”.
Leigh Krietsch Boerner | When energy companies extract natural gas trapped deep underground, they’re left with water containing high levels of pollutants, including benzene and barium.