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Dasani Has 4 Ingredients: Tap Water, Known Teratogen, Lethal Drug, Salt

September 22, 2020 at 3:25 pm




One of the chemical additives used to “improve the taste” of Dasani’s bottled tap water is used in lethal injections. The other is known to cause birth defects.

A Team of Retired U.S. Navy Seals is Saving Teens From Sex Trafficking

September 21, 2020 at 3:54 pm




A renegade team of retired Navy Seals and private investigators is rescuing hundreds of teens from trafficking for free!

Farmer Plants 2 Million Sunflowers to Make People Smile

September 20, 2020 at 1:50 pm




Instead of strawberries, farmer plants 22 acres of sunflowers, to lift spirits during gloomy year

Solar-Powered Panels Pull Water Out of the Air for Navajo Families Who Have None

September 17, 2020 at 5:05 pm

Over 50,000 Navajo live without running water (from the tap or otherwise). A new technology could change that by attracting water back to the drought-stricken land.

Scientists Spot Possible Alien Activity on Venus

September 15, 2020 at 10:24 pm




Scientists wonder whether aliens are creating a rare, mysterious gas surrounding Venus

Sun Tunnels Could Replace Fluorescent Lighting in Commercial and Residential Buildings

September 15, 2020 at 4:44 pm




Sun tunnels or “solar tubes” funnel free, natural light into homes and offices, eliminating the need for health-harming artificial lighting

Dead Bird Nests Contain 36 Pesticides, Including DDT

September 14, 2020 at 4:36 pm




Concerned Italians have been finding thousands of baby birds dead in their nests. Testing reveals nest materials contain alarming number of pesticides, including DDT, banned since 1974.

Conservation Officer Fired For Refusing to Kill Orphaned Bear Cubs Wins Court Battle

September 14, 2020 at 4:16 pm




Court battle reveals how Canadian “conservation” officers are used to kill hundreds of “inconvenient” black bears each year




Canadian conservation officer Bryce Casavant made international headlines 2015, when he was fired for refusing to kill two orphaned bear cubs. Five years later, he’s finally been vindicated in court.

The law required him to kill their mother for “stealing” salmon out of a deep freezer, but seeing as the cubs hadn’t committed any such “crime,” he had them rehabilitated and released into the wild.

Casavant made this decision in defiance of orders by his “superiors” at the British Coloumbia Conservation Officers Service, who had instructed him to kill the bears.

The law in British Columbia is that any bears that are deemed to have become reliant on “human food,” such as human garbage, are to be shot and killed.

After various reports from residents of the trailer park he’d been called out to that the cubs had not been seen rummaging through garbage cans or the deep freezer full of fish and meat, Casavant decided they deserved a chance to live and transferred them to the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre.

For this, he was fired.

This summer, the BC Court of Appeals has ruled that Casavant was wrongfully terminated. While the judge did not reinstate him to his post, the ruling will ensure all conservation officers in BC have the legal right to make similar decisions to actually protect and “conserve” non-threatening wildlife.

Casavant has since gone to work for a non-governmental, non-profit conservation group called Pacific Wild, where he can help keep his former employers in check.

Pacific Wild recently published a report revealing the British Columbia Conservation Officers Service had killed 4500 bears in the last 8 years for coming to close to “human territory,” looking to make a meal out of the scraps of civilization.

While the BC government claims not a single conservation officer relishes the thought of having to put down animals,  Casavant disagrees.

“British Columbia isn’t a shooting gallery for government employees,” he said. “It’s unreasonable to believe that, including juvenile bear cubs, over 4,000 black bears were killed ‘as a last resort.'”




Canada Opens World’s Longest Hiking Trail From Coast to Coast

September 12, 2020 at 1:22 am




 

The Great Trail of Canada is nearly 15,000 miles long, connecting major cities to all the natural wonders in between

 

“Dave’s Killer Bread” Employs Former “Criminals,” Giving Them a Second Chance at Life

September 11, 2020 at 1:09 am




Given that 1 in 4 Americans has a criminal record (mostly for victimless “crimes”), more employers need to follow the lead of this organic bread company