Tag Archives: CONCENTRATION

Is Monsanto’s Herbicide Harming Male Fertility?

Sayer Ji GreenMedInfo In a disturbing new study published last month (Dec. 2011) in the Journal of Toxicology in Vitro, researchers found that Monsanto’s popular “weed killer” known as Roundup, which has already been linked to over 25 adverse health … Continue reading

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A Point of View: Do human rights really exist?

BBC News Do “human rights” really exist, when they can be so easily taken away, asks Will Self. I always feel slightly queasy when people begin talking about the humane treatment of animals. Of course, I know what they mean … Continue reading

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Dehydration can alter mood and ability to think

Press TV A recent study has suggested that mild dehydration can have an adverse effect on a person’s energy level, mood and ability to think and perform mental tasks. Researchers at the University of Connecticut asked a group of dehydrated … Continue reading

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Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate

Kate Kelland Reuters A British ethics group has launched a debate on the ethical dilemmas posed by new technologies that tap into the brain and could bring super-human strength, highly enhanced concentration or thought-controlled weaponry. With the prospect of future … Continue reading

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Paving the way to Canada’s next big industry — the quantum information frontier

Ryan Saxby Hill EurekAlert Vancouver, B.C. — February 15, 2012 — We are on the cusp of a new information revolution — a quantum leap in technology — and the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) at the University of Waterloo … Continue reading

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Riot control: How can we stop newspapers distorting science?

Guardian Have you heard that the devastating riots across England were caused by a chemical deficiency in the brain? Or that we will soon be able to cure such behaviour with a nasal spray? Over the past two weeks, such … Continue reading

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The seed emergency: The threat to food and democracy

Vandana Shiva Al Jazeera Patenting seeds has led to a farming and food crisis – and huge profits for US biotechnology corporations. The seed is the first link in the food chain – and seed sovereignty is the foundation of … Continue reading

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Monsanto’s Best-Selling Herbicide Roundup Linked to Infertility

Source: Activist Post A recent study has found that Monsanto’s Roundup pesticide may be responsible for causing infertility. After reviewing the many already well-documented negative impacts Roundup has on the environment and living creatures, it is no surprise to add … Continue reading

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Best Before – Germany

Source: Journeyman Pictures Colourful, hygienic and nicely packaged: supermarket food is the same wherever you go in the world. But the packaging often contains dangerous toxins that can enter the food chain and pose serious health risks. All over the … Continue reading

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The IPCC exaggerate: Monckton calculates how much

Source: JoNova Following on from blackbody discussions, here is Christopher Monckton’s simple account of how we know the IPCC is exaggerating climate sensitivity. This comes from page 12 of Moncktons: Regulation without reason  (on the Canadian coal regulations.) Are the … Continue reading

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