January 16, 2015
Food Safety, GMO
autism, birth defects, food safety, Glysophate, glysophate accumulation, GMO, herbicide poisoning, LAsha darkmoon, Monsanto, pesticide poisoning, toxic food
“The USDA added, however, that due to “cost concerns,” it did not test for residues of glyphosate. Let’s repeat that: they never tested for the active ingredient in the most widely used herbicide in the world. “Cost concerns”? How absurd—unless they mean it will cost them too much in terms of the special relationship between the USDA and Monsanto.”
Why? Evidence points to glyphosate toxicity from the overuse of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide on our food. (This is what I have been warning about for a couple of years now and 30,000 supermarket items contain it. Worse yet (?) is the projected cancer increase in most of the population in the next two decades from the impeccable French studies on lab rats who ate our GMO corn.. Sadly most of the big money is all for GMO, regardless of what it does – over $100 Million was spent to defeat citizen proposals to require food to be labelled if GMO in just California, Oregon and Washington State in 2012 – 2014 and be sure to take a close look at the chart at the bottom of the article…R)
For over three decades, Stephanie Seneff, PhD, has researched biology and technology, over the years publishing over 170 scholarly peer-reviewed articles. (1). In recent years she has concentrated on the relationship between nutrition and health, tackling such topics as Alzheimer’s, autism, and cardiovascular diseases, as well as the impact of nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins on human health. More
January 14, 2015
Debbie Coffey, Toxic food, Wild Horse & Burro Radio, Wild Horse & Burro Radio
animal welfare, horse racing industry, Horse Rescue, Jo Anne Normile, Saving Baby, wild Horse & Burro Radio, Wild Horse Freedom Federation
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December 8, 2014
FARMING & FOOD, Marti Oakley, TS Radio
James McCormick, Marti Oakley, Raising Cane Farm, TS Radio, veterans, Warriors to Farming and Agriculture program, West Virginia Governor’s Council, wounded warriors
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November 20, 2014
FARMING & FOOD, Food Safety, WATER
1. Water Contamination, aquifers, drought, epa, fracking
Debbie Coffey V.P. Wild Horse Freedom Federation
I repeat, wild horses being driven to extinction by the BLM is the canary in the coal mine of what is happening on America’s public lands and to America’s water. – Debbie Coffey
In a time when California faces an historic drought, the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit has uncovered that state officials allowed oil and gas companies to pump billions of gallons of waste water into protected aquifers. Investigative Reporter Stephen Stock reports in a story that aired on November 14, 2014.
State officials allowed oil and gas companies to pump nearly three billion gallons of waste water into underground aquifers that could have been used for drinking water or irrigation.
Those aquifers are supposed to be off-limits to that kind of activity, protected by the EPA.
“It’s inexcusable,” said Hollin Kretzmann, at the Center for Biological Diversity in San Francisco. “At (a) time when California is experiencing one of the worst droughts in history, we’re allowing oil companies to contaminate what could otherwise be very useful ground water resources for irrigation and for drinking. It’s possible these aquifers are now contaminated irreparably.”
California’s Department of Conservation’s Chief Deputy Director, Jason Marshall, told NBC Bay Area, “In multiple different places of the permitting process an error could have been made.”
“There have been past issues where permits were issued to operators that they shouldn’t be injecting into those zones and so we’re fixing that,” Marshall added.
In “fracking” or hydraulic fracturing operations, oil and gas companies use massive amounts of water to force the release of underground fossil fuels. The practice produces large amounts of waste water that must then be disposed of. More
November 11, 2014
FARMING & FOOD
antibiotic resistance, antibiotic substance, copsin, HEALTH, horse dung
SOURCE: Headlines & Global News
The substance was found in grey shag that grows on horse dung.
By Rebekah Marcarelli
Researchers discovered a new agent in horse dung-grown fungi that could be used as an antibiotic.
The protein, dubbed cospin, has the same bacteria-killing effect as antibiotics, but belong to a different biochemical class, ETH Zurich reported. The potential antibiotic substitute was found in the mushroom cap of the Coprinopsis cinerea, which grows in horse dung. More