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Well, this will come as no surprise to most of us that understand how dangerous these drugs can be when used by certain people. I wanted to bring to the forefront that the use of these drugs is all too common among these mass-murderers. I wish Government would understand that mental health and...
As humans, we like to think we run the show here on planet Earth. But in the grand scheme of things, our legacy is laughably short compared to those of other species. The prehistoric looking Atractosteus spatula, for example, otherwise known as the alligator gar, is sometimes referred to as a "living...
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An amateur astronomer caught something spectacular with a backyard telescope Wednesday when he recorded a bright flash on the surface of Jupiter. The biggest planet in the solar system routinely delivers stunning pictures, like those snapped by NASA's Juno spacecraft, but the unexpected flash has astronomers...
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Dear ATS Readers, Writers, Some disturbing photos at the link about the air samples in the crisp clear Rockies....or so we thought. Is it just me, or do these photos at the soon coming link.... also resemble photos of air samples from Chemtrail and also "Morgellons...
Fragile Earth Aug 14 73 22 rss
Think this is the best forum to post this as it is to do with climate change , although could be posted in 'alernate news'. Anyway, it seems after all we are capable of changing weather patterns! Bill Gates is backing a new method of cooling our planet by blocking the sun with...
The tree—an Agathis australis, better known as its Māori name kauri—was found in Ngawha,...
NEURALINK ----------------‐-----------‐-----------‐-----------‐-----------‐----- [size=1]Disclaiminator: -To start, I performed a deeper search than usual...
Fragile Earth Jul 15 27 39 rss
By Catalin Cimpanu | July 14, 2019 -- 21:52 GMT (14:52 PDT) | Topic: EU Galileo, the EU's global navigation satellite system, has been down for four...
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Liziqi is a chinese lady that strives for the best in this world by using mind and body to live one with nature. This I feel not only can enrich our own well being but that of our planet. In this video she demonstrates how easy...

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