If the “Illuminati” Wanted to Depopulate Us, The Fastest Way to Do It Would Be to Allow Us to Overpopulate

October 4, 2017 at 6:26 pm




I was chatting with a friend about overpopulation the other night.

“Oh no, Sara,” he said. “Please don’t tell me you’ve fallen for the overpopulation lie. That’s just Illuminati depopulation propaganda. Agenda 21 stuff.”

I’d heard this argument before, but never understood it.

Mother Nature’s Power Bar

October 2, 2017 at 10:40 pm




Become “George of the Jungle” by eating what Mother Nature intended.

Here’s a recipe for a homemade power bar made mostly with food foraged from the wild, courtesy of the famous urban forager Pascal Baudar.

Raw, paleo and packed with protein, vitamins and minerals, you won’t find anything like it in the store.

If you’re a Southern Californian you gather all of the ingredients from the wild or local farms, but similar ingredients can be found around the country.

The Population Bomb is Ticking… Humanity’s Greatest Shortcoming is Our Failure to Understand the Exponential Function

October 2, 2017 at 9:30 pm

With the population doubling every couple of generations, and our petroleum-based food supply on the downward slope, things are about to get ugly unless we voluntarily start having one or fewer children immediately

“The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.” Al Bartlett




Population overshoot occurs when a population temporarily exceeds the long-term carrying capacity of its environment. The result is a sudden, unexpected, population collapse or die-off.

Overshoot often occurs when a species’ natural predators are removed from the environment (think wolves and deer), causing the species to multiply rapidly, over-consume their food supply and then suddenly experience mass starvation.

Having eradicated the vast majority of our predators, humans may have outsmarted all other species on Earth, but can we outsmart Mother Nature?

Why We Need Prairies, Not Lawns and Corn

September 30, 2017 at 4:16 pm




Replacing North American prairies with “amber fields of grain” and turf grass highlights insanity of agriculture

Once the defining landscape of the continent, more than 99% North America’s prairieland been destroyed by agriculture. Native tall prairie grass has been replaced by Eurasian tall fescue grass and petroleum-based grains like corn.

Why is that a problem? Because prairies are sustainable and agriculture is not.

Dandelion “Weeds” Kill Cancer Cells, Leave Healthy Cells Intact

September 27, 2017 at 4:10 pm




Dandelion root induces cancer cell “suicide,” while leaving healthy cells alone, study finds

 

Those yellow dots that “litter” your otherwise “perfectly green” lawn are more than just pesky weeds. Dandelion has been considered a valuable food and medicine in both Eastern and Western culture for thousands of years and is now being researched for it’s cancer-fighting abilities.

Lard is the New Coconut Oil

September 26, 2017 at 1:52 am




Pasture-raised lard is heat stable, heart healthy and high in Vitamin D

 

I cook everything in lard — sweet potatoes, steak, chicken, and everything in between.

I guess you could call me a “lard ass.”

I’m far from fat, though. In fact, I’m the leanest, strongest and healthiest I’ve ever been.

85% of People Hate Their Jobs, Gallup Poll Says

September 22, 2017 at 9:03 pm




Eighty-five percent of workers worldwide admit to hating their jobs when surveyed anonymously, according to a Gallup poll released last month.

“Many people in the world hate their job and especially their boss,” the report says.

Raw, Manuka Honey Kills Every Bacteria Scientists Throw at It, Including Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

September 18, 2017 at 7:33 pm




As modern medicine grapples with the global epidemic of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, studies are revealing Mother Nature may have had the answer all along.

Mother Doesn’t Know Best, Baby Does

September 17, 2017 at 8:42 pm





I like the sentiment behind the old saying “mother knows best.” I often see it used to encourage a mother to go with her gut when doctors, the media or authoritarian relatives are trying to convince her to do otherwise.

But more and more I see the phrase tossed around to console women who are reluctantly acting against their gut to keep up with the pressures of modern life — putting infants in daycare centers 45+ hours a week, letting them “cry it out” in cribs, or weaning before their ready.

We’re Flushing Our Most Valuable Resource Down the Drain – Time for Compostable Toilets

September 14, 2017 at 9:48 pm




Every time we take a dump, we’re flushing more than just poop down the drain. We’re flushing money, energy and our most valuable natural resource — clean water — down it too.

The average American uses nearly 5000 gallons of potable water  per  year just to flush fecal matter down the toilet and even more than that to push it through our sewer systems. That’s over 1.5 billion gallons of water in the U.S alone.