Called the Aviar R67, it's designed to look like a 1967 Fastback
Here is a Polish joke our conservative Polish-American friends should love.
No one questions the ability for giant factories, cities, infrastructure and supply chains to be built in China.
(Natural News) Two years in the making, the film that's sure to send shock waves through the "environmentalism" movement has now been launched. The feature documentary Biosludged is available to watch now at Biosludged.com or BrighteonFilms.co
Musk had wanted to dig a 2.7-mile tunnel planned along Sepulveda Boulevard on L.A.'s Westside. The Boring Company has posted images online showing a possible network of tunnel routes across L.A., with proposed stations at the Getty Center, Dodger
The method has little environmental impact and uses existing infrastructure. So why isn't it more popular?
A strong area of high pressure from the Arctic Circle will descend southward across Canada and into the Northeast, sending temperatures plummeting toward levels more common on New Year's Day, not Thanksgiving Day.
In a setback for the Trump administration, a federal judge in Montana temporarily halted construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline late on Thursday on the grounds that the U.S. government did not complete a full analysis of the environmental impac
There is now an official War on Plastic. Why are straws the new "assault weapon" in California? Why is the globe simultaneously banning straws and other single-use plastics? It sounds good, right…just cleaning up the environment for the futu
Unfortunately, in 2018, the future landed on all of us with plastics to the tune of 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic debris torturing the world's oceans. (Source: Julie Whitty, OnEarth Magazine, Ocean Plastics) That horrific number of plastic piece
-in the Name of Environmentalism, Instead of Sending it to Farmers to Spite President Trump
Government authorities in Japan have announced new plans to start dumping highly radioactive wastewater from the failed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power facility directly into the Pacific Ocean.
Graphene, the "wonder material" composed of a one-atom-thick sheet of linked carbon atoms, is the world's strongest manmade material. Now, scientists have used it to create a new type of concrete that is much stronger, water-resistant and eco-friendl
environment - Frequent oil spills, GMO seeds, chemical, and other toxins poison planet earth worldwide - humanity's survival threatened by ecocide or nuclear war.
"That leads to problems with labeling, equipment, and could under some circumstances create performance issues for, say, 1990s cars," he said. DeHaan, meanwhile, pointed out that the Environmental Protection Agency has an interesting warning l
The EPA is trying to make it as clear as possible to the public that they do not care about our health or the environment.
Water that the Japanese government is planning to release into the Pacific Ocean from the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant contains radioactive material well above legally permitted levels, according to the plant's operator and documents s
James Corbett joins Dave of X22 Report to talk about the global warming narrative and its carbon ration end game. Topics discussed include the global average temperature construction, the carbon ration control grid, and the economics of technocracy.
Jim Steele was the Director of the Sierra Nevada Field Campus of San Francisco State University from 1985 to 2009. Having taught courses on plants, natural sciences, bird banding and bird identification, his research into the causes of the declines i
A nationwide survey conducted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2016 found that only 5 percent of Americans, or about 11.5 million adults, still hunt. That's down by half in just 50 years. The service, which touts