Archive for the 'Economy' Category

Carbonated Drinks: Learn the Truth!

• July, 2010

Carbonated Drinks: Learn the Truth! A study by a Brazilian Professor from Matto Grosso Federal University has revealed the shocking truth about the effects of having a can of a carbonated drink. Learn what happens inside your body in the sixty minutes after you glug down your refreshing sizzling drink…and think carefully! After just ten minutes, 10 teaspoons of sugar hit your body, 100% of the daily recommended dose. You do not immediately vomit from the overwhelming sweetness because the Phosphoric acid in the drink

16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world

• February, 2010

16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world By Fred Pearce Last week it was revealed that 54 oil tankers are anchored off the coast of Britain, refusing to unload their fuel until prices have risen. But that is not the only scandal in the shipping world. Today award-winning science writer Fred Pearce – environmental consultant to New Scientist and author of Confessions Of An Eco Sinner – reveals that the super-ships that keep the West in everything from Christmas

Waste = Food – A Cradle to Cradle principle

• October, 2009

Waste = Food – A Cradle to Cradle principle Waste = Food is the principle doctrine of the Cradle to Cradle concept of environmentally safe production cycles. The Dutch version of this documentary caused for incredible movement on the Sustainable business front. Links: Sustainable Cities Wikipedia – Cradle to Cradle Design

Scientists make ‘artificial leaf’ to generate clean power

• August, 2009

Scientists make ‘artificial leaf’ to generate clean power By Telegraph Reporter Scientists are trying to copy the process of photosynthesis by making an “artificial leaf” to generate clean power. Through photosynthesis plants use sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugar. It is the most effective solar energy conversion process on Earth and all power needs for a year could be met by the energy contained in the sunlight hitting the Earth in one hour.

Shipping Containers Converted Into Homes

• July, 2009

Shipping Containers Converted Into Homes Eric Bland, Discovery News With the housing market down and foreclosures way up, building a new home might not be the first thing on people’s mind, but a Salt Lake City-based company has a new kind of home in mind. Gorilla Designs is working to turn idle shipping containers into affordable, high quality homes to last a lifetime. The company was founded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, said Roi Maufus of Gorilla Designs. “After Katrina, we realized that normal

Monsanto’s Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers

• June, 2009

Monsanto’s Bt Cotton Kills the Soil as Well as Farmers ISIS Report 23/02/09 Biosafety refers to ensuring that GMO’s do not harm the environment or health. The soil, its fertility, and the organisms which maintain the fertility of soil are a vital aspect of the environment, especially in the context of food and agricultural production. A recent scientific study carried out by Navdanya, compared the soil of fields where Bt-cotton had been planted for 3 years with adjoining fields with non GMO cotton or other

Price of cocaine set to plunge

• May, 2009

Price of cocaine set to plunge, UN warns 18 Feb 2009 The price of cocaine is set to plunge further because Europe is being flooded with the drug through new smuggling routes, the United Nations drugs chief Hamid Ghodse has warned. Traffickers are exploiting networks in West Africa and Eastern Europe to bring the drug in from South America. The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) said cocaine prices would continue to fall unless action was taken to block the new supply routes. It comes less

Second team finds natural super flu fighter

• May, 2009

Second team finds natural super flu fighter Reporting by Maggie Fox; Additional reporting by Julie Steenhuysen in Chicago; Editing by Eric Walsh Thu Feb 26, 2009 An antibody being developed by a Dutch drug company chokes off both seasonal flu and the H5N1 avian flu virus and might offer a way to develop better treatments and vaccines. Crucell NV’s antibody, a naturally occurring immune system protein, grabs onto a hidden part of flu viruses, stopping them from infecting cells, they reported in the journal Science.

Is Anyone Minding the Store at the Federal Reserve

• May, 2009

Is Anyone Minding the Store at the Federal Reserve? .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> So who’s in charge here??? ;) go back to bed America, your country is under control. Go back to bed world, your planet is under THEIR control :)