environment

Forget North Korea, America Is Already Quietly Nuking Itself

While senior U.S. officials led by President Trump and media pundits sound the alarm over North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, America has been dealing with a series of nuclear leaks domestically that are already exposing the public to radioactive material. The most recent case is in Washington State, where a radioactive leak at the Hanford Site nuclear facility that began on June 8 was…

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Fukushima Plant Owner Decides to Dump 777,000 Tons of Nuclear Waste Into Ocean

Japan — More than three-quarters of a million tons of radioactive water is about to be dumped into the Pacific Ocean if the chairmen of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) and the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) have their way, Japanese media reported over the weekend. All they require now is final government approval. “The decision has already…

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Bizarre Asexual, Glow-In-The-Dark Sea Creatures Invade Pacific (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

A party of pyrosomes invading the Pacific is causing great concern that the non-native creature could damage the area’s food chain. Millions of the translucent, cucumber-shaped species have been spotted much further north than their usual haunts. #ONCabyss Upper water column is full of Pyrosomes pic.twitter.com/2924OnMRko — Paul Macoun (@PaulMacoun) June 17, 2017 Years of…

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(Video) What You Didn’t Know About Radiation…

This is one of those videos to put in your favorite lists or rip it and save it to watch again. The effects of radiation in our world cannot be understated. My good friends Christina Consolo a.k.a. “RadChick” and Popeye from Federal Jack have teamed up to form “Team RadEye” in an effort to raise awareness…

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Harvard Engineers Plan New “Real World” Geoengineering Experiment

by Derrick Broze At a recent geoengineering conference two Harvard engineers announced plans for a real-world climate engineering experiment beginning in 2018. The science of geoengineering has increasingly become a part of the public conversation around climate change and an ever-controversial topic within the scientific community. Geoengineering is a type of weather modification (or climate engineering) which…

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WATCH (in Horror): Cops Kick Family Off Their OWN PROPERTY So Big Oil Can Drill

by Claire Bernish Brookwood, AL — A Brookwood, Alabama, couple is facing a fight all too familiar to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota, after a Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Deputy served them a restraining order prohibiting them from entering parts of their own property — because Big Oil wants to drill there. Kenneth…

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Here’s Why Portland, Oregon Just Filed a Major Federal Lawsuit Against Monsanto

Becoming the seventh city to sue Monsanto over contaminated waterways, Portland passed a resolution last week authorizing city attorney Tracy Reeve to take the biotech company to federal court over its decades-long dispersal of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). The city has spent more than $1 billion cleaning up PCB pollution in the Willamette River, and now…

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