Archive for February, 2006 : Class Explores Psychic AbilitiesFebruary 24th, 2006
Judith Pellegrino, a hypnotherapist and psychic offers classes to help people become more aware of their own perceptual abilities.
Burmese TV Beats the CensorsFebruary 23rd, 2006
A new television station broadcasting from Norway is giving millions of Burmese their first access to independent news in their own language.
Chile Native Children – Farm Work or HomeworkFebruary 23rd, 2006
They dream of becoming doctors, lawyers or reporters, but they are more likely to face a future of working as chauffeurs or domestics. Raised in poverty, Aymara and Mapuche indigenous children from the northern and southern regions of Chile tend to drop out of school to go to work.
Organic Food Fends Off PesticidesFebruary 23rd, 2006
If you yourself and your family from the danger of pesticides you should switch to organic food.
FDA Urged to Ban Carbon-Monoxide MeatFebruary 23rd, 2006
The meat industry secretly puts poisonous carbon monoxide in packaging to keep the dead body parts from looking as rotten as they actually are.
Global warming: passing the ‘tipping point’February 14th, 2006
A crucial global warming “tipping point” for the Earth, highlighted only last week by the British Government, has already been passed, with devastating consequences.
Micro-Credit Project Helps Rural WomenFebruary 14th, 2006
Initiated by the Tajik government and supported by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the local Women in Development bureau is providing assistance to rural women through training and micro-credits.
VA Nurse Investigated for “Sedition”February 14th, 2006
A nurse who simply expressed what many American’s feel is being investigated for sedition by Federal goons.
Understanding the Planned Assault on IranFebruary 13th, 2006
The planned Israel-US attack on Iran won’t have anything to do with Iran’s weapons program. It will be about money, oil & power. The consequences will be disastrous for the entire planet.
McVomit Urps Up Another Fat LieFebruary 11th, 2006
The McDonalds Corporation recently admitted that it had been lying about how much artery clogging tran-fats are in its french fries.
Ancient Russian UFO ManuscriptFebruary 10th, 2006
A document recovered from the files of a former member of the Tzar’s secret service describes a UFO from 1808.
Cell Phones Cause CancerFebruary 10th, 2006
More studies have confirmed that cell phones cause cancer. This is in addition to all of the other studies that prove that cell phones are extremely hazardous to human health.
Birds Able to Distinguish Different LanguagesFebruary 8th, 2006
Birds can imitate sounds and distinguish between different languages.
Hospitals Harming Hearts With Junk FoodFebruary 8th, 2006
If you want to be healthy, don’t eat hospital food.
‘Storytelling Grandmothers’ Spark Interest in ReadingFebruary 8th, 2006
In the northeastern Argentine province of Chaco, the poorest part of the country, the Storytelling Grandmothers programme has been so successful that the Ministry of Education has taken up the idea and turned it into national policy.
Guaraní Indians UniteFebruary 8th, 2006
The unity of Guaraní Indians, whose communities are spread out over five South American nations, was sealed in a gathering that ended Tuesday with a march by around 8,000 demonstrators.
Doctors Recommend Vegan Diet for HealthFebruary 7th, 2006
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) completed a study recently showing that a low-fat vegan diet is an effective way to shed unwanted pounds and be healthier.
Pentagon Database Leaves No Child AloneFebruary 5th, 2006
The dark forces in Washington want your child so they can brainwash them into being mindless killers. They will spend $4 Billion this year to try and lure your kids.
Cutting down on carbonFebruary 5th, 2006
How you live has an impact on the rest of the world. With over 6 billion humans impacting the planet it is essential that each of us considers how we can less our impact.
Sea level rise ‘is accelerating’February 4th, 2006
Global sea levels could rise by about 30cm (11.7 inches) during this century if current trends continue, a study warns.
The business of future gazingFebruary 4th, 2006
History is littered with visions of the 21st Century that never came true. But big companies still employ futurologists to make radical predictions about the next few years. Spencer Kelly investigates how they come up with their visions of the future.
Russian TV Airs American UFO VideoFebruary 4th, 2006
Russian TV stations recently aired two old TV programs from TNT about UFO activity in Russia.
Indian Cotton Farmers BetrayedFebruary 4th, 2006
Monsanto’s massive lying campaign promoting its genetically engineered Bt cotton has proven effective against uneducated Indian farmers. The result will be more poverty and suicides.
Iran reported to Security CouncilFebruary 4th, 2006
As expected, the The International Atomic Energy Agency voted to report Iran to the Security Council for its nuclear program, even though Iran was in full compliance with its agreement with the IAEA.
Head-to-head: Africa’s food crisisFebruary 4th, 2006
An official from the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP), Nicholas Crawford, and Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem, a pan-Africanist and Director of Justice Africa, debate what is causing Africa’s deepening food crisis and what the solutions might be.
Internet firms ‘bowed to Beijing’February 4th, 2006
US congressmen have condemned major IT firms including Microsoft and Google for helping the miltary dictatorship China censor the internet.
I Felt HumiliatedFebruary 1st, 2006
A Tacoma judge is under fire for kicking a Muslim woman out of his courtroom after she refused to remove her head-scarf.
NASA Accused of CensorshipFebruary 1st, 2006
The chairman of the House Science Committee sharply criticized NASA after the agency’s top climate scientist and several public affairs officers complained of pressure to prevent public discussions of global warming.
What Really Happened to CindyFebruary 1st, 2006
Cindy Sheehan was arrested before the State of the Union address last night and tells what really happened to her.
Global Warming Demands Urgent SolutionsFebruary 1st, 2006
The world must halt greenhouse gas emissions and reverse them within two decades or watch the planet spiralling towards destruction, scientists have said.
Mali Farmers Reject GM CropsFebruary 1st, 2006
Farmers in Mali, the fourth poorest country in the world, have told their government they do not want to see genetically modified crops being grown on their land, after Africa’s first “farmers’ jury” debated the issue.