BUMBLE BEES ARE NOW AN ENDANGERED SPECIES

For the first time, a bumblebee species has been placed on the endangered species list by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.  The species was put on the endangered species list this past Tuesday after biologists noted a sharp decline in their population. 20 years ago , the Rusty patched bumblebee was on nearly every street…

Massive Fukushima radiation cover-up as government-funded scientists now claim radiation won’t hurt you

(NaturalNews) The alarming findings that levels of Fukushima radiation off the North American coast are higher now than they have ever been, is being spun by the press as an issue of no concern. In March 2011, Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant suffered multiple meltdowns following a massive earthquake and tsunami. The exploding reactors…

NASA REPORT: ANTARCTIC ICE SHEET IS ACTUALLY… GROWING BY BILLIONS OF TONS?

We’d still gain trillions of tons of ice between now and say 2046 before we started to see a net loss of ice Image Credits: davidstanleytravel, Flickr. Anyone who questions the bizarre cult totally infallible science behind global warming cooling climate change is supporting junk science, so sayeth the Church of Liberalism. So we can totally dismiss this latest report from…

Radioactive cesium-137 from Fukushima now detected off coast of Canada

(NaturalNews) The first radioactive material from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster has now been detected in the coastal waters of North America, according to a study conducted by researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. “Radioactivity can be dangerous, and we should be carefully monitoring the oceans after what is certainly the largest accidental release of…

Fukushima site becoming even less stable as crumbling buildings sink into ground around nuclear reactors

(NaturalNews) In March 2011, a tsunami struck the coast of Japan that destroyed three nuclear reactors and severely damaged a fourth nuclear reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi site. The radioactive waste from the plant has been bleeding into the neighboring forests and Pacific Ocean for over four years. TEPCO, the company that oversees the plant,…