The biggest cause of global warming that nobody’s talking about LAST UPDATED: 21 August 2015 Even if Prime Minister Tony Abbott hasn’t come around to the idea yet, most of us would agree that if we want planet Earth to sustain life for generations to come, we need cleaner energy. We need cleaner energy to fuel our cars, our homes, our cities… If advances in green tech can overcome these challenges, we will have solved a big piece of the climate puzzle. But not all the big pieces… What about the energy we use to fuel our bodies? Turns out, this is the biggest question of all. Critical thinking in the organization Even the mainstream training field is realizing that reduced layers of bureaucracy mean decision-making gets pushed down the organization chart. This is the message of the AMA in the promotional video – Critical Thinking: Not just a C-suite skill. However, wirearchy takes this one important step further by advocating a two-way flow of power and authority. In both cases, the need for critical thinking is evident. Here is Edward Glaser’s definition: Critical thinking calls for a persistent effort to examine any belief or supposed form of knowledge in the light of the evidence that supports it and the further conclusions to which it tends.
Monsanto, Gmo’s, Fluoridated water, HAARP, Vaccines, Common Core, Bill Gates and Agenda 21 What is Agenda 21 and what does it have to do with Monsanto, Gmo’s, Fluoridated water, HAARp, Vaccines, Common Core and Bill Gates? Well, hopefully after explaining the surface of Agenda 21, the rest of the answers will fall into place. Agenda 21, as defined by Wikipedia is ” a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development…. It is an action agenda for the UN, other multilateral organizations, and individual governments around the world that can be executed at local, national, and global levels.” Agenda 21 is a 300 page document grouped into 4 sections:
The fertile fringe THERESE Schreurs’ celery farm is about to be buried under concrete and bitumen — and she couldn’t be happier. Two of her family’s properties at Clyde, near Cranbourne, are among some of Melbourne’s key market gardens rezoned in 2010 for the city’s newest south-eastern suburb. Casey Council resisted the move, arguing that the sandy loam soils that produce much of Melburnians’ daily greens should be set aside for growing food, not houses. Therese Schreurs and her husband Tom (pictured) disagreed. Genetics: Digging into our Past & Carving our Future My name is Nandini Thogarapalli. I am a grade 7 student at Simon Fraser Jr.High, Calgary AB and here is a standard, non-experimental science project. A journey made through the controversial and multipurpose science of genetics! Home Picture 1:
The real point of GM food is corporate control of farming There is no worldwide consensus of scientists vouching for the safety of GMOs Governments these days are not content with agriculture that merely provides good food. In line with the dogma of neoliberalism they want it to contribute as much wealth as any other industry towards the grand goal of 'economic growth'. High tech offers to reconcile the two ambitions - producing allegedly fabulous yields, which seems to be what’s needed, and becoming highly profitable. Frequently Asked Questions - FOOD INGREDIENTS Click here to view our most current ingredient information: Vegetarian Journal's Guide to Food Ingredients, now online in its entirety Our Guide to Food Ingredients is very helpful in deciphering ingredient labels. Many of the following answers were provided by research gathered for the guide. The Guide to Food Ingredients lists the uses, sources, and definitions of 200 common food ingredients. The guide also states whether the ingredient is vegan, typically vegan, vegetarian, typically vegetarian, typically non-vegetarian, or non-vegetarian. The guide is available for $6.
100 Websites You Should Know and Use Entertainment Meet David Peterson, who developed Dothraki for Game of Thrones There are seven different words in Dothraki for striking another person with a sword.