Prolonged exposure to high concentrations of 4-methylcyclohexane methanol can cause headaches, eye and skin irritation, and difficulty breathing.
Frustration is mounting for many of the 300,000 West Virginia residents who've gone three days without clean tap water. The emergency began Thursday following complaints to West Virginia American Water about a licorice-type odor in the tap water. The
McDonald's is getting serious about protecting the environment.
The EPA, on behalf of their incestuous Agenda 21 partners at the UN, are enacting new life-threatening regulations.Entered By: Dave Hodges
Only a government bureaucracy would seek to impose insane heating rules during the dead of winter, but that's Washinton, D.C., for you - short on common sense, high on authoritarianism, and drunk with power.
It’d be humorous if it weren’t such a tragedy.
When Japanese Professor Toshihide Tsuda of Okayama University sat down with leaders from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment, talk about citywide evacuation near the Fukushima nuclear breakdown site began.
A beach in San Francisco contains five times the safe levels of radiation fueling concerns that Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant’s crisis is impacting areas across the country.
Casitas (or “little houses”) are found in lobster fisheries throughout Latin America and parts of Australia. The idea is simple: because spiny lobsters crave shelter, covered structures attract them just as well as baited traps. They require little m
America could actually use some global warming right about now. It is being projected that low temperatures across the Midwest could be 30 to 50 degrees below average on Monday morning. On Sunday, fans that attempted to tailgate before the playoff
The west coast of the United States is being absolutely fried by radiation from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, and the mainstream media is not telling us the truth about this. What you are about to see is a collection of evidence that is quite star
A video made by a man from North Dakota shows him cautiously holding a lighter up against the stream of water coming out of his tap, prompting large flames to rise up into the faucet. North Dakota has been home to a fracking boom over the past few ye
You may want to think twice before further drinking or even bathing in unfiltered tap water, as a new report set to be published next year has found that a striking percentage of the U.S. water supply is contaminated with heavy metals, pesticides and
Russia on Wednesday formally dropped criminal charges against Greenpeace activists arrested in a protest against Arctic oil drilling on Wednesday and was expected to shortly do the same for all 30, the environmental group said.
Daily Bell: So give us an update. What's been going on with Grasslands?
"We turned off all the lights," George Albernaz testified at a 2005 Department of Veterans Affairs hearing, "and … pretend that we were broken down and … we would roll these barrels into the ocean, 300 barrels at a trip."
Revolting Facts About McDonald’s Big Mac. Did You Know?
In the early years of the last century, the U.S. Congress considered a bold and ingenious plan that would simultaneously solve two pressing problems — a national meat shortage and a growing ecological crisis. The plan was this: hippopotamus ranching.
Thanks to EPA regulations, state regulations, and military goals, traditional lead ammo is on its way out and "green bullets" are on their way in. EPA regulations led to the closing of the Herculaneam lead smelter in
RADCON 5 Alert’s have been issued for Las Vegas, Nevada as well as Idaho Falls, Idaho as shared in the screenshots from the Nuclear Emergency Tracking Center below.
In this, the third installment in our short film series, Fairewinds Energy Education's Arnie Gundersen discusses sources of radiation the Japanese government is not taking into consideration when assessing the risk to it's people and the rest of the
Back in 2009, Al Gore boldly declared that “the entire north polar ice cap during some of the summer months could be completely ice-free within the next five to seven years.” Well, it turns out that was a lie along with almost everything else that A
A top climate change expert at the EPA has admitted to defrauding the government out of more than $900,000 by claiming he was an undercover CIA agent so he didn't have to show up for work for months at a time.
What in the world is Barack Obama thinking? At a time when the United States is facing the greatest water crisis that it has ever known, Obama is allowing water from the Great Lakes to be drained, bottled and shipped to China and other countries aro
According to an absolutely shocking study that has just been released, one area of the Pacific Ocean floor was 98 percent covered by decomposing sea creatures in July 2012. But in March 2012, only 1 percent of that same section of the Pacific Ocean
This video gives you a rarely seen look at the tsunami waves, the destruction at the 6 nuclear power plants, and a look at the lives of the people who choose to stay inside the nuclear exclusion zone. At the conclusion of the song "The Wind Cries Mar
No, the 1989 Exxon-Valdez spill doesn’t make the list.
Cleanup efforts at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility were taken up a notch recently, as crews began hauling the spent fuel rods out of the infamous Reactor 4, which sustained terminal damage when the tsunami struck it back in 2011
Why are huge numbers of dead birds dropping dead and washing up along the coastlines of Alaska? It is being reported that many of the carcases of the dead birds are “broken open and bleeding”. The photo of some of these dead birds at the top of thi
'It is in our national interest to responsibly use, conserve and protect these coastal resources,' says report