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Federal Government to Lease out Ohio's only National Forest to Fracking Interests

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(NaturalNews) The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is preparing to open up bidding for fracking operations in Ohio’s only national forest.An online auction is planned for Dec. 13 that will accept bids of as little as $2 per acre for the first 1,600 of 40,000 acres to be leased to oil and gas developers in Wayne National […]

Photojournalist Describes Naled Exposure: ‘I Got Showered With Spray From a Plane’

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(Editor’s Note: Wow, we feel for Carl. Even the Washington Post is now willing to admit that Zika doesn’t cause birth defects– but Naled DOES.) Mosquito Control Plane When Miami Herald photographer Carl Juste decided to get the best possible shot of the mosquito control plane aerially spraying Miami Beach, he knew that meant going out […]

The Biggest Supermoon Since Israel Became A Nation In 1948 Will Happen 6 Days After The Election

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On November 14th, something extraordinary is going to happen. On that date we will witness the closest full moon that we have seen since 1948. Known as a “supermoon”, this full moon will happen just six days after the U.S. presidential election. If you look up into the night sky on November 14th, you will […]

Southwestern Cities Forced onto “90-Day Supply of Water” After Toxic EPA Spill Contaminates Entire River

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[Image Source: Anonymous on Twitter] The very agency charged with protecting the environment has caused a toxic waste spill from an environmental disposal mine filled with a megaload of heavy metals including high levels of arsenic, lead and cadmium. Residents in two New Mexico towns have been forced onto emergency water rations after the federal […]

Brilliant Lights and a Massive Solar Storm Just Hit Earth: “Power Grid and GPS Could Be Disrupted”

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Thought it couldn’t happen here? Well it just did. A major geomagnetic storm – triggered by a solar mass coronal ejection – just took place this week on a massive scale – creating a level 4 event that produced brilliant auroras (visible in the sky over northern parts of North America and Europe) as well […]

Media Pushing the Idea That Fukushima Radiation Is Just Fine So Why Not Go Swim in It for Six Hours

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The mainstream media and their experts are finally openly admitting that radiation from the crippled nuclear reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, the initial meltdown of which was equivalent to 168 of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima during World War II, has reached North American shoes, but don’t worry. Everything, according to the system, is […]

Finding Water in the Wilderness

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In modern times, ground travel is determined by superhighways. Actually, in a sense, this has always been the case. It’s just that in the past, those superhighways were known as rivers. As much as possible, travel was accomplished alongside rivers, in order to ensure a ready supply of water. When rivers could not be followed, […]

PACIFIC NUCLEAR DISASTER FAR FROM OVER

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Tons of contaminated water posing huge hurdles to cleanup A lot of ink was consumed by media after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station disaster in March 2011, and then everything got quiet. With most of the media silent about the cleanup, the public may think the worst is over and the operating company TEPCO […]

Secret Homeland Report Warns Solar Storm Could Leave 100 Million Without Power: “We Are Running Out of Time to Prepare”

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Homeland Security officials are warning that a major coronal mass ejection, solar flare or electromagnetic pulse may be inevitable and catastrophic to modern civilization. The devastation to the electric grid and modern infrastructure could impact the lives of more than 100 million, and cause untold casualties during prolonged outages. Homeland Security conducted a study assessing […]

TEPCO removing protective Fukushima canopy for most dangerous op yet

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Members of the media and Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) employees wearing protective suits and masks walk toward the No. 1 reactor building at the tsunami-crippled TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture March 10, 2014. (Reuters/Toru Hanai) The protective dome over the defunct Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant’s Reactor 1 is being […]

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