Environment

Beware of Wild Mushrooms

Even the most experienced shrumers can misidentify mushrooms from time to time. Nicholas Evans and family ended up in a London hospital after eating a batch of wild cooked mushrooms on a Scotland holiday. Evans “The Horse Whisperer” is recovering in a hospital after eating poisonous mushrooms during a holiday in Scotland. Tests confirmed that […]

GMO deception

Americans are Uninformed AND Misinformed on GMOs In the US, not only was the Pusztai story barely mentioned by the media, but Project Censored (which compiles an annual list of news stories of social significance that have been overlooked by the country’s major national news media) described it as one of the ten most underreported […]

New World – New Me

“We are at a stage in human history … we’re headed now will be different because we have exhausted planetary space and human space for us to continue to look at things through material …(eyes-editor’s note). We need to face the way we used the world for our gains, pleasures, satisfactions. … And unless we […]

Quantum energy- changing water

Love and gratitude to All Waters of the World. Before you drink a glass of water smell it and taste a sip of it like you would a good wine. Notice the flavor and the texture of the water; then swallow it. Next, hold the glass or cup between your your hands, Take a moment […]

World Food Crisis and Politics

FarmPolicy.com July 15, 2008 Keith Bradsher and Andrew Martin reported in today’s New York Times that, “At least 29 countries have sharply curbed food exports in recent months, to ensure that their own people have enough to eat, at affordable prices. “When it comes to rice, India, Vietnam, China and 11 other countries have limited […]

Energetic Footprint – Making Your Life Count

Living, thriving, biological systems thrive on interdependence.  Interdependence ensures the progression of all species. The world’s integrated systems are bogged down in dominance, greed and self protection, if living only to take care of self and not nurturing or caring a twit for either the insects or the people around the neighborhood much less around the […]

Lack of Respect for Nature's Boundaries

Worsened Midwest Flooding When We Reign, It Pours Humans Have a Hand in Midwest Flooding June 19, 2008 “How much responsibility do humans have for the floods disastrously deluging the Midwest? Of course the rain poured for days, but it fell on plowed up prairies, drained fields, altered streams, no-longer-wetlands, and developed flood plains — […]