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Waterless Shale Gas Fracking Method Unveiled

Adam Currie thegwpf.org Following a stream of dire headlines about plummeting natural gas prices, explorers and producers are finally beginning to shift their attention to advancements on the production side – more specifically, to a new natural gas extraction method. … Continue reading

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Chinese herb relieves daily asthma symptoms

Press TV A traditional Chinese herbal remedy may be significantly helpful in relieving daily symptoms of asthmatic patients, Japanese researchers say. A study of more than 270 patients with asthma who either received a Chances mixture or standard treatment demonstrated … Continue reading

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Hidden “Agent Orange” Chemical They Want to Sneak into Your Food

Dr. Mercola Mercola Agent Orange, produced by both Monsanto and Dow Chemicals, was used to defoliate jungles during the Vietnam War. During that time, millions of gallons of the toxic chemical mixture were sprayed on trees and vegetation, and the … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Alaska railroads don’t need herbicides

Pamela Miller PANNA In Alaska, our railroad lines traverse hundreds of salmon streams and wetlands, drinking water sources, berry-picking areas, farms and neighborhoods. After more than 30 years of controlling vegetation without chemicals, the Alaska Railroad Corporation is now looking … Continue reading

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