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5 Ways “The New Normal” is Getting Worse and Worse

It’s been a big few days for the New Normal narrative and, through the deliberately cultivated haze of confusion, it’s not hard to see the world they want to build is taking shape.


Researchers Develop New, Cheap Way to Turn CO2 Into Ethanol

Researchers at the Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a cheap, efficient way to convert carbon dioxide into liquid fuel, potentially reducing the amount of new carbon dioxide pumped into the atmosphere.


Wheat And Couch Grass Can Extract Toxic Metals From Contaminated Soils

This ability of couch grass and wheat to phytoextract toxic metals can be used for effective cleaning of soils


Toxic cleaners pose new risks as schools reopen

As some schools reopen nationwide this month, local officials and parents will have more than just the coronavirus to worry about. Environmental health experts warn that relying too heavily on disinfectants to prevent the spread of infection could actually create more dangers, especially if chemical cleaners are used when children are present.


Pesticides and fertilizers have overtaken fossil fuels as the largest human source of sulphur in the environment, study shows

Pesticides and fertilisers from agriculture have overtaken fossil fuels as the largest human source of sulphur in the environment, a study has revealed.


Alarm as pesticides spur rapid decline of US bird species

Popular pesticides are causing bird species to decline at an alarming rate in the US, adding fuel to a 50-year downward trend in bird biodiversity, a new report has found.


Are your clothes fish-friendly? Fabrics that are cut using scissors shed up to 31 times more microplastic fibers into the ocean than those cut with lasers, study finds

Clothing is more prone to shredding microscopic plastic fibres into our waterways if it has been manufactured using scissors, a new study reveals.


Breakthrough Technology Purifies Water Using The Power Of Sunlight

A global research team has been able to transform brackish water and seawater into safe, clean drinking water in less than 30 minutes using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and sunlight.


Newly Released White House Documents Reveal Efforts To Surveil Americans Using Contact Tracing Apps

Recently released documents from the Department of Homeland Security reveal that a coalition of tech companies are interested in the surveillance capabilities of contact tracing apps.


Sweden's Success is Kryptonite for Lockdown and Mask Advocates

Here in the United States, we have become inundated with tales of COVID-19 doom and gloom. In America, the mainstream narrative is rife with hopelessness. We are told that there is simply no way to stop this virus without repetitive lockdowns, healthy quarantine, even of asymptomatic individuals, and universal mask mandates.

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