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    World Renowned Chef Opens 5 Star Restaurant To Feed The Homeless & Fight Food Waste

    Finally, thanks to the internet we are becoming aware of just how much food is being wasted on a regular basis. Supermarkets are throwing out astronomical amounts of unsold food that is actually perfectly fine to eat. When the amount of homeless people who don’t always have access to food, and the many families that are struggling every day to put food on the table to feed their children, is this really the option that we have come up with? To simply throw the food in the garbage because it cannot turn a profit? In the U.S. alone, $165 Billion ... Read More

    How to Go Vegan for Good in Twenty-Four Hours: An Interview With James Aspey

    This article is not meant to push anything on anyone. It is meant to help people make a big transition in a short amount of time if you so choose. The key word is choice. Titles, labels and identifications are often limiting, but decisions and commitments we make to ourselves can often come with unlimited benefits. My personal journey to going vegan was not easy. I can’t eat gluten, so the initial idea of committing to a vegan lifestyle felt like I had nothing left to eat. Every person has their own perceptions and limitations and every one of them ... Read More

    UK Government & Catholic Church Claim Children Can “Consent” To Sexual Abuse

    Catholic churches all around the world have been accused of sex scandals, including the Vatican, which has allegedly paid an astonishing $4 billion since 1950 to settle sexual abuse claims. Far too often these stories involve priests taking advantage of their positions of authority in order to sexually abuse people, often children. More recently, the UK government and the Catholic church have come under public scrutiny for claiming that victims of child sexual abuse “consented” to their rapes in order to avoid compensating the victims. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) establishes which victims get compensated, and they do so by determining ... Read More

    How The 1984 ‘Orwellian State’ Has Been Growing For A Long Time

    George Orwell’s is a classic book depicting a populace ruled by a political regime that persecutes individualism and independent critical thinking as “thoughtcrimes” that must be enforced by the “thought police.” This party seeks power above all, and, through the propagandist Ministry of Truth, presents the people with their version of truth. Sound familiar? Within the past few years, so much information has come out contradicting the mainstream rhetoric. Election fraud, as made evident by Wikileaks, is one example, and false flag terrorism, with 9/11 being the perfect example, is another. The elite has been thriving off of shaping our perception about ... Read More

    Origins of land plants pushed back in time

    Image copyright Paul Kenrick Image caption Early plants would have looked much like this lava field in Iceland A seminal event in the Earth's history - when plants appeared on land - may have happened 100 million years earlier than previously thought.Land plants evolved from "pond scum" about 500 million years ago, according to new research.These early moss-like plants greened the continents, creating habitats for land animals.The study, based on analysing the genes of living plants, overturns theories based purely on fossil plant evidence."Land plants emerged on land half a billion years ago, tens of millions of years older than ... Read More

    Ocean plastic tide ‘violates the law’

    Image copyright BBC BLUE PLANET II Image caption The issue in the UK has fired to the top of the political agenda following the BBC's Blue Planet II series The global tide of ocean plastic pollution is a clear violation of international law, campaigners say.They have been urging for a new global treaty to tackle the problem.But a new report - to be presented to a Royal Geographical Society conference on Tuesday - says littering the sea with plastics is already prohibited under existing agreements.The report urges those governments that are trying to tackle the issue to put legal pressure ... Read More

    France to let wolf population grow despite farmers’ fears

    Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption After being wiped out by hunters in the 1930s, wolves returned to France in the 1990s France is to allow the wolf population to grow from about 360 now to 500 by 2023, despite protests from farmers worried about their livestock.A new plan announced by the government represents a rise of nearly 40% in the wolf population.After being eradicated by hunters in the 1930s, the wolf made its way back into France from Italy in the 1990s.Wolves are listed as a protected species by the Bern Convention that France has signed up to.Animal rights ... Read More

    DNA secrets of how vampire bats became bloodthirsty

    Image copyright Brock Fenton Image caption A common vampire bat going out for its nocturnal hunt DNA analysis is giving clues to how the vampire bat can survive on blood alone.The bat can drink up to half its weight in blood a day unlike other relatives, which dine on fruit, nectar or insects.Blood is low in nutrients and can harbour deadly viruses.Vampire bats have key differences in genes involved in immunity and food metabolism compared with other bats.The researchers say the bat's gut microbes are also distinct.They found evidence of more than 280 types of bacteria in the bat's droppings ... Read More

    Senate Grants A $1 Billion Handout To Save The Failing Dairy Industry

    As the modern-day consumer continues to opt for plant-based alternatives to milk, the dairy industry is failing and is now relying on government handouts to survive. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, these times are changing! Last week, the United States senate signed a budget agreement to grant a whopping $1 Billion to the dairy and livestock industries. These funds allocated will be used for programs that are designed to help the dairy industry recover from a long-time slump in dairy prices. The industry has been affected by a number of different factors which include consumer habits ... Read More

    Scientists Reverse The Age of White Blood Cells In A Female Human Being – They’re Now 20 Years Younger

    Elizabeth Parris, the CEO of Bioviva USA Inc, has become the very first human being to successfully, from a biological standpoint, reverse the  age of her white blood cells, thanks to her own company’s experimental therapies. Bioviva utilizes intramural and extramural peer-reviewed research to create therapies for age-related diseases (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, cancer, heart-disease), and now, they have reversed 20 years of ‘telomere shortening’ in a human for the first time. Telomeres are short segments of DNA that cap the ends of every chromosome and act as a protective feature against wear and tear, which occurs naturally as the human body ages. As we age, these telomeres become shorter and ... Read More

    Artist Organizes Natural Objects Into Elaborate Mandalas For You To Find

    James Brunt is an artist known for bringing attention back to the finer details that nature has to offer us. While natural landscapes are often breathtaking on their own, imagine stumbling across one of his creations. James uses natural materials and objects he finds around his home in Yorkshire, England and creates his art in places like beaches, forests and parks. He is very mindful of not disturbing the land and has created his own code of ethics,  “I am very conscious of the environment around me and take into consideration many things when deciding to make a piece of ... Read More

    Stop Supporting Prison Slavery By Avoiding These 7 Companies

    Prison is big business, and working prisoners are a corporation’s dream. Prisoners are being contracted for work right now on a massive scale, and despite the alarming and unsustainable growth of inmate numbers in the United States, incentive to lock people up is only increasing. This is the income that prisons — comprising one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States, backed by Wall Street — depend on: Now prison labor based in private prisons is a multimillion-dollar industry with its own trade exhibitions, conventions, websites, and mail-order/Internet catalogs (Pelaez 2008). . . . The industry also has direct advertising ... Read More

    These 15 Drawings Are An Incredible Reflection Of What’s Wrong With Society

    For centuries art has been used as a tool for telling the human story. What we look like, what we do, artistic expressions of our society – all are encompassed in centuries worth of art. Now is no different. We see in film and music today, people calling out various aspects of our society that need to be observed. Whether it’s bands talking about the prison like nature of our world or films drawing upon the underlying consciousness that makes up all of life, the reflection triggers are there. It’s no secret that in our society today we are faced ... Read More

    Study Finds Numerous Life-Threatening Injuries, Hospitalizations & Deaths After Gardasil (HPV) Vaccine

    A new study published in Clinical Rheumatology exposes how vaccine manufacturers used phony placebos in clinical trials to conceal a wide range of devastating risks associated with HPV vaccines. Instead of using genuine inert placebos and comparing health impacts over a number of years, as is required for most new drug approvals, Merck and GlaxoSmithKline spiked their placebos with a neurotoxic aluminum adjuvant and cut observation periods to a matter of months. Researchers from Mexico’s National Institute of Cardiology pored over 28 studies published through January 2017—16 randomized trials and 12 post-marketing case series—pertaining to the three human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines currently ... Read More

    Pollution blights UK seagrass meadows

    Image copyright R.UNSWORTH Image caption Shutting out the light: Algae attach themselves to the leaves of seagrass plants Pollution is having a damaging impact on UK seagrass meadow health, a new study has found.Scientists based in Wales have shown that excessive amounts of nitrogen present in sewage and livestock waste is finding its way into coastal waters.This encourages large populations of small algae to thrive and these are depriving the seagrass of essential light, stunting its growth.The research is published in Frontiers in Plant Science.Seagrass meadows are found in sandy and muddy locations around the UK. They are important for ... Read More

    Groundbreaking Study Shows Shielding EMF Improves Autoimmune Disease

    This article was written By Sayer Ji, Founder of Greenmedinfo.com, along with Ali Le Vere. For more news from them, you can sign up for their newsletter here Concerns about electromagnetic fields (EMF) are branded pseudoscientific conspiracy theories and relegated to the realm of tin-hat wearing quackery. However, a recent publication in the peer-reviewed journal Immunologic Research entitled “Electrosmog and Autoimmune Disease,” sheds new light on the validity of concerns about this so-called electrosmog with which we are constantly inundated. Although we encounter natural microwave electromagnetic radiation in the form of cosmic radiation from outer space, the aurora borealis, and thunderstorms, the vast majority of electrosmog that we ... Read More

    9 Unexpected Triggers Of Diabetes

    Diabetes has become an epidemic, instances of those developing type 2 diabetes are increasing at an alarming rate. We know that a poor diet that is high in sugar and animal protein combined with inactivity are two  common factors of the typical Western diet and way of life that can lead to type 2 diabetes. What is not very well-known and not often discussed is that there are many are dealing with this disease for lesser-known reasons that are sometimes completely out of their control. Recommended: Free iThrive Docu-series. Learn how to reverse diabetes and obesity.  In this day and ... Read More

    Probe provides rapid lung investigation

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionScientists have developed a lung probe that finds infectionsScientists have developed a probe that for the first time goes inside the lung to find bacterial infections. Currently, this is done by sending samples to a laboratory and waiting several days for the results. The new approach was inspired by the 1960s film Fantastic Voyage, in which a submarine shrinks to microscopic size to enter a human body. It is even called Proteus after that sci-fi sub. The project has been unveiled at a US science meeting in Texas.In the film, the team ... Read More

    UK air pollutants continue decline

    Image copyright Getty Images Total emissions from motor vehicles fell 12% from 2012 to 2016, according to the Office for National Statistics.However, the UK remains in breach of European limits for nitrogen oxides (NOx) in 16 cities.Nonetheless, environmentalists have welcomed the overall drop in pollutants from cars and lorries. The reduction is thought to have been propelled by tightening restrictions.The one emission going in the wrong direction is ammonia from farming. Jon Bennett from the green group ClientEarth told BBC News: “We very much welcome the reduction in emissions."But the concentrations of NO₂ (nitrogen dioxide) in towns and cities are ... Read More
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