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Veolia, one of the world's largest private water corporations, has just announced the acquisition of 29.9 percent of Suez Water, another of the planet's largest multinationals, with a plan to gain full control at a later date.
Contaminants in tap water may be linked to more than 100,000 cases of cancer in America
WATER FLUORIDATION A NEUROTOXIN FOR PREGNANT MOTHERS Considered one of the Ten Greatest Public Health Achievements of the 20th century by the CDC...
While that figure might appear small, research shows that contaminants in the water can accumulate inside bodies, interrupting important biological processes and triggering the onset of several chronic diseases.
A study that was recently published in the Environment International journal showed just how dangerous fluoride can be in adolescence.
Don't miss Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s enlightening conversation with fluoridation lawsuit attorney, Michael Connett, highlighting some of the more interesting twists and turns in the groundbreaking water fluoridation trial against the EPA.
PROFESSOR SUGGESTS ADDING "PSYCHOACTIVE" DRUGS TO WATER TO KEEP PEOPLE DOCILE
In a recent article out of Forbes, scientist Ethan Siegel suggests people should not "do their own research" on topics as they are not qualified to understand, and doing that research yourself could be dangerous.
Unfortunately fluoride can be found just about everywhere today from drinking water to antibiotics, no stick pans, salt, and toothpaste, making exposure to it somewhat inevitable. The exposure makes research providing a way to help prevent and limit
Due to just our off-grid living needs and the water intensive needs of our cistern build, we started running low on our water storage. That's when a miracle happened.
Water fluoridation is one of the biggest public health failures of the 20th century. Despite solid scientific evidence of harm, politics and public relations have kept the practice alive.
A large reservoir of freshwater was discovered beneath Fiery Cross Reef, one of the artificial islands China made in the South China Sea.
Plastic contamination is rampant in bottled water. This was the disturbing conclusion of a recent study, published in Frontiers in Chemistry, that analyzed samples from 259 bottles of water sold across the globe.
Dr. Paul Connet of the Fluoride Action Network is suing the EPA over adding toxic fluoride to the drinking water of 200-million Americans and says that it is a deliberate addition of a substance that damages the brain.
As Coronavirus fears have gripped the world for months, a litany of scientific scandals, inconsistencies and frauds have drawn the public's attention to an underbelly of our agenda-driven scientific community.
The fluoridation trial is going INCREDIBLY well. Our scientists are just knocking it out of the park. The score so far: Science 4, EPA 0.
...by concentrating sunlight into "hotspots" using lenses, they could boost the efficiency of solar-powered membrane distillation desalination systems by more than 50 percent.
A new study by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) tested drinking water in dozens of cities across America found concentrations of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) contaminants in water supplies at all but one out of 44 locations tested.
A study released Wednesday by an environmental watchdog group found heightened levels of potentially toxic chemicals in tap water supplies serving dozens of major American cities.
Fluoride has been added to our public water supplies since the 1950s. It was added because the Powers-That-Be assured us that it would lower cavity rates and cause no harm.
How Fluoride (a Toxin) Got in Our Water, and Iodine (a Critical Nutrient) Disappeared From Medical School Textbooks
It could help address the world's looming water crisis...People have been trying to turn seawater into drinking water for thousands of years, but the process is not usually energy-efficient or affordable.