Leo New Moon late July

Historic treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons passed in UN

“France, the United Kingdom and the United States have not taken part in the negotiation of the treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons. We do not intend to sign, ratify or ever become party to it.” Interesting…..

Activist art highlights palm industry.….speaking of palm….it came to my attention that Dr. Bronner’s soap uses palm oil so all the hippies and environmentalists who love Dr. Bronners may want to reconsider their support….

Largest online dark web marketplace taken down

Elon Musk talks renewable energy

Tardigrades- hardier than cockroaches- can survive incredible conditions

VISA- War on cash- “We’re focused on putting cash out of business,” Visa’s new CEO Al Kelly – VISA offering bribes/incentives to retailers to refuse taking cash

Hotel run by robots opens in Tokyo- welcome to the future

Meanwhile Japanese population continues to decline as young people not having sex/having families

Capricorn Full Moon in July

Italy discussing leaving the Euro

A tick bite that can make you allergic to meat…..bizarre

They just don’t make things like they used to….Roman concrete endures while modern crumbles...too bad we lost the recipe

Superbug (antibiotic-resistant) gonorrhea.……..perhaps it’s one of nature’s responses to overpopulation

Air on flights a health concern?

Solstice / Cancer New Moon June update

Recent article bashes coconut oil as an unhealthy but quotes inaccurate numbers for percentage of MCTs

Finland manages to make a nuclear waste “solution”- the world’s first repository– while the US flounders

Hack proof quantum networks at least a decade away

North Sea oil rigs being dismantled as oil enters twilight phase

Hillary emails revealing the real reasons for regime change in Libya- think gold&oil

Interesting Op-ed piece on how US seems more keen to start war with Syria than Isis♣

Aggressive killer whales shaking down fishing boats, taking back what we’ve taken

Group installs pick your own fruit orchards in LA

Eagle steals fish from boat- amazing footage

and just to mix it up, if you need a laughPoor translations

Sagittarius Full Moon

Yesterday was World Ocean’s Day and here are a couple of stories highlighting the issue of plastic ……

Most ocean pollution comes from Asian rivers

‘The Helmholtz Centre in Leipzig, Germany, estimated that 75% of land-borne marine pollution comes from just 10 rivers, predominantly in Asia.’

Reducing the plastic loads in these rivers by 50% would reduce global plastic inputs by 37%, it said.

Asian countries make pledges to clean up their act

Technology to clean oceans being deployed

Mongolia could send energy to Japan

Britain leads the world in wind farm energy

Regenerative Agriculture

Scorpio Full Moon

Macron won the election in France which means the EU leaders breathe a sigh of relief and the whole system hobbles along……Le Pen won’t just go away though and neither will the trends that led to her rise….the next few years should be interesting to say the least…..will fear, instability and a broken system lead to her further rise or will real change herald a breakthrough for the masses? For now the globalists rejoice at a failed uprising and challenge to the status quo….

Note hidden in Walmart purse describes horrible working conditions in China – the seedy underbelly of globalism laid bare…

China strips the oceans clean with it’s voracious appetite- leaves countries destitute

Water issues? Tow an iceberg to the desert – UAE plan

Bottled water is a scam

Oldest human dies at 146 in Indonesia

Our lack of answers for antibiotic-resistant bacteria means we could be turning back time for medieval answers

Fitbits spy on you- as murder case shows- Fitbit used as evidence in trial

Turkey bans Wikipedia

Taurus New Moon update

Restored Colossal Statue of Ramses II(aka Ramesses) unveiled in Egypt apparently he was a redhead….strange for an Egyptian….

Once-pristine Arctic contains 300 billion pieces of plastic    what will we do about it? does this article inspire you to rethink how much plastic you consume?

Nuclear diamond batteries developed by scientists

No winners in any nuclear conflict- yet humanity still has almost 15,000 nuclear weapons out there (at least it’s better than the 32,0000 we had back in 1966)

Advertising steals your attention & time and most often gives nothing in return

Saturn probe headed for final destruction after 12 years of data collection

US interfered in foreign elections 81 times in 54 years

Britain recently went coal-free for 24 hours- a first since the 1880s

Around the world by bicycle in 7 years

Is the air on airplanes laden with toxic chemicals?

Facebook unveils plan for next year to develop virtual worlds-let’s make life a videogame! quote from the article- “If you believe Facebook has good intentions and will properly protect user privacy, it’s exciting. If you don’t, then it’s a scary step towards a dystopian future.”

Bose headphones spy on users; lawsuit filed

Mid-April World Update

Turkey votes in a referendum to give Erdogan more power

US attack on Syria – seems like a  false flag event designed to impose a solution on a country in tatters after 6 years of civil war

Luckily North Korea didn’t blow off a nuke on their founder’s anniversary after being warned by China and the US , they opted instead to do a missile test which failed...nevertheless they appear to be prepped to blow one up soon

Nearly 2 billion people rely on food grown elsewhere

Indian court recognizes Himalayan glaciers as “legal persons” as a means of protection

Robots deliver food in San Fran

Blue whales recover from whaling in California

Japan kills 333 whales

Norway hunts 999 whales

Facial recognition in China to dispense toilet paper