By Jonathan Campbell http://cqs.com The Japanese nuclear emergency has taken a turn for the worse. There are now at least five nuclear reactors that are in jeopardy, and three of them are assumed to have had partial meltdowns as a result of loss of coolant as a result of earthquake damage to the main pumping [...]
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Exclusive: Death Has Gotten in the Way, Part Two: How to get people to start asking questions and still love America by Jeff Ogrisseg for Challenging Scientism “[They] never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room [...]
Death has gotten in the way: Pt. 1 Instilled sensitivities prevent us from questioning 9/11 by Jeff Ogrisseg Exclusive for Challenging Scientism Shock and awe. Watch helplessly as a thousand people die at once for reasons you can’t begin to comprehend. Repeat as necessary to produce the worst possible fears. – Burning towers, South and [...]
Why Macrobiotics is my Favorite Big Word – A children’s book by Emma Holister Originally published in 1998 in black and white by the Kushi Institute. Now available here online, in colour and free! Hello, my name is Lucy and I like big words. Sometimes people don’t understand what I’m saying . . .
Growing micro-greens salad – a photo step-by-step by Emma Holister Growing your own micro-greens is not only the easiest, cheapest and most rapid way to grow your own salads, but is also a guarantee of the highest nutrient level, freshness and organic purity of your food.