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Toxic 'forever chemicals' found in tap water raise questions for scientists

Several chemicals found in South Florida tap water and surface water belong to a concerning group of contaminants that can pose serious health risks to humans and wildlife.


Putting honeybee hives on solar parks could boost the value of agriculture

The value of UK agriculture could be boosted by millions of pounds a year if thousands of honeybee hives were deployed on solar parks across the country, a new study reveals.


Electric vehicles certainly are dirty — their battery packs are poised to be one of the biggest new sources of pollution

In the next 10 to 15 years, there will be millions of end-of-life electric cars worldwide; by that time, recycling plants need to be ready not only to take in all those batteries, reclaim valuable parts and metals, but also to properly dispose of the waste. Sadly, not much is being done on that front: Currently, only 5% of all Li-ion batteries are being recycled. If no action is taken, battery waste could become a big problem not only for the car industry, but also for the environment.


Huge hole discovered in Arctic's 'last ice'

A huge hole opened in the Arctic's oldest, thickest ice in May 2020, a new study revealed. Scientists previously thought that this area of ice was the Arctic's most stable, but the giant rift signals that the ancient ice is vulnerable to melt.


The WHO Recommends Genetic Manipulation and Gene Editing of Humans “To Promote Public Health”

The World Health Organisation, about which one could read in the media before the Corona crisis sentences such as “The WHO is itself on the Gates Foundation’s money drip“, writes in its news article “WHO issues new recommendations on human genome editing for the promotion of public health“ on the modification or manipulation of the human genome.


Health Secretary to Force Fluoridated Water on Entire Country

In September 2021, Great Britain's health secretary Sajid Javid announced he would be adding fluoride to all public water supplies, forcing citizens to consume the neurotoxin. The statement came in conjunction with approval by the United Kingdom's chief medical officers from England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland.


Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich is FIRED from his $3m-a-year job for refusing to get COVID vaccine after his application for a religious exemption was denied

Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich has been fired from his $3 million a year position after he refused to get a COVID vaccine. Rolovich, the highest-paid state employee, attempted to cite a religious exemption for the vaccine, but was dismissed after failing to receive the shot by October 18 - WSU's deadline for staff.


Global Supply Chain Crisis? Pandemonium Looms as ‘Everything Shortage’ Meets ‘Dark Winter’

A global supply chain crisis is brewing, leading to a full-spectrum shortage of essential items. This is the result of mass centralization, where policies are dictated and synchronized by the aristocrats of the New Normal. The coming years will be marked by extreme socioeconomic turbulence.


The nightmare of India's tallest rubbish mountain

More than 16 million tonnes of trash make up Deonar's rubbish mountains - eight of them spread over a 300-acre sprawl - that are said to be India's largest and oldest. Waste is piled as high as 120ft (36.5m). The sea forms the outer edge of the mountains and slums have been built into the sturdy heaps of rubbish. The decomposing waste releases noxious gases such as methane, hydrogen sulfide and carbon monoxide.


To Learn Bees’ Secrets, Count Them One by One

The decline of bee populations is a looming crisis, but there is a dearth of scientific data. Hyperlocal researchers, with nets and notebooks, could be key.

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