Global freezing? Arctic ice levels reach 30-year HIGH

Despite ever-rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, arctic ice is actually expanding, not melting. The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently convened its annual conference in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss the “climate crisis.” It was revealed there that arctic ice is currently at a 30-year high, according to data from the intergovernmental European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites. … Continue reading Global freezing? Arctic ice levels reach 30-year HIGH

NOT JUST HUMANS: Scientists say 5G radiation is killing animals and wildlife

A lengthy report about 5G exposure has found that this newfound radiation source is damaging the health of creatures that live in the wild. The 150-page report, compiled by researchers at the University of Washington and Johns Hopkins University, contains three sections, the first of which looked at how environmental EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) have radically increased in recent years. … Continue reading NOT JUST HUMANS: Scientists say 5G radiation is killing animals and wildlife

Deadly pesticides can harm bee populations for generations, study finds

A recent study showed that pesticides can harm bee populations for generations. The paper, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, found that bee populations can take a hit for generations once a bee is exposed to a common pesticide in its first year of life. Lead author and University of California … Continue reading Deadly pesticides can harm bee populations for generations, study finds

Tap water near hundreds of US military bases and thousands of industry areas CONTAMINATED with “forever chemicals,” warn experts

Groundwater near at least six military sites in the Great Lakes region contains high levels of toxic yet widely used “forever chemicals.” The Environmental Working Group (EWG) reported that perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have contaminated water in the Great Lakes. PFAS are a risk to people who eat fish caught within the polluted waters. “Forever chemicals” traced to firefighting foam … Continue reading Tap water near hundreds of US military bases and thousands of industry areas CONTAMINATED with “forever chemicals,” warn experts

Green energy solutions are releasing tons of LEAD into the environment, posing a lasting human health threat

In the fight against “climate change,” green energy solutions abound. Solar panels and wind turbines provide renewable power without the awful emissions, and so they are sold to the public as clean energy sources. But as these systems age and breakdown, they become a serious source of environmental pollution and become a human health hazard. Most … Continue reading Green energy solutions are releasing tons of LEAD into the environment, posing a lasting human health threat

Eat at your own risk: Almost all grains in US contaminated with glyphosate herbicide

Is eating grains healthy? You might think that as long as you stick to whole grains, you have nothing to worry about from a health standpoint, but the sad truth is that America’s wheat supply is extensively contaminated by glyphosate. Although there is no GMO wheat grown in the U.S. right now – at least, not … Continue reading Eat at your own risk: Almost all grains in US contaminated with glyphosate herbicide

Jumping worms are wreaking havoc in 15 US states

Jumping worms are wreaking havoc in the ecosystems and garden soils of at least 15 U.S. states. Also known as crazy worms, Alabama jumpers and snake worms, they violently thrash when handled and shed their own tails to escape when put under duress. Mature jumping worms are between four and five inches long. They have been sighted in … Continue reading Jumping worms are wreaking havoc in 15 US states

Billions of microplastics particles are swirling around in the atmosphere

Experts consider plastic pollution as one of the most pressing environmental problems. Unfortunately, existing studies on microplastics – tiny pieces of plastic – have primarily focused on their impacts on rivers and oceans. Now, a study led by researchers from Utah State University (USU) and Cornell University revealed that microplastics “spiral around the globe” in the atmosphere. In fact, microplastics can … Continue reading Billions of microplastics particles are swirling around in the atmosphere

Marine life heading away from the equator could signal global mass extinction, scientists warn

When it comes to biodiversity, the waters around the equator have long been miles ahead of most of the rest of the planet. The tropical waters are known for their rich and varied marine life, with creatures ranging from vibrant coral reefs, whale sharks and sea turtles to tropical tuna and manta rays. Unfortunately, its … Continue reading Marine life heading away from the equator could signal global mass extinction, scientists warn

Living near pesticide-treated farms raises risk of childhood brain tumors

Pregnant women living within 2.5 miles of agricultural lands treated with pesticides have a greater risk of their children developing central nervous system (CNS) tumors, according to a recent study. Published on Wednesday, March 31, in the Environmental Research journal, the study also revealed that the pregnant women did not have to be working in agriculture or in close contact … Continue reading Living near pesticide-treated farms raises risk of childhood brain tumors