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thankful for water today and the turning of the seasons into spring
Yemen is running out of water- lack of water fuels endless conflict
Study shows that smart devices actually make us poorer navigators
Smartphone app & device being developed at Harvard to test sperm count
Whales at war! Orcas vs. Sperm whales
Covert fashion camouflage against surveillance
Diego Garcia- the island stolen from natives for a military base
The realities of power and change- Google woos Republicans- after years of Democrat bias– money still flows to both parties though- big corps always have their pulse on the lever of power wherever they may land…….
JEFTA- another corporate trade deal being worked on in the background, between Japan and the EU…..of course with the EU showing cracks in unity and more and more countries wanting independence from the bureaucracy this may end up being a no-go anyways….
Ford cars hacked!
May the light of wisdom guide our path as we stumble into the future!
Stories from the last few weeks…..
This one tickled my funny bone….Drone blasted out of the sky by Virginia woman
Zika aerial sprays killing off bee populations
Sugar industry paid scientists to direct blame at fat; reminds me of the tobacco industry tactics…..
Hungary planning new border fence to keep refugees out
Polluted air affects 92% of Earth’s population
Bristle BBQ brushes should be eliminated say surgeons
60% of south Asia’s water contaminated
Global human footprint infographics from the Journal Nature
from 1993 to 2009. We note that while the human population has increased by 23% and the world economy has grown 153%, the human footprint has increased by just 9%. Still, 75% the planet’s land surface is experiencing measurable human pressures. Moreover, pressures are perversely intense, widespread and rapidly intensifying in places with high biodiversity.
5G wireless networks set to be unleashed despite risks to health ; when will it ever be fast enough?