By now everyone has witnessed streaks of white trailing across the sky, stretching from horizon to horizon, ultimately turning the skies into a murky haze.
We can no longer ignore the fact that our skies are being heavily polluted with aluminium, barium, lead, arsenic, chromium, cadmium, selenium, and silver.
All of which attribute to a host of health problems including: neurological effects, heart damage, eyesight issues, reproduction failures, immune system damage, gastrointestinal disorders, damaged kidney, damaged liver, hormonal problems, and more.
Whenever you will publicly question the official stories, you will expose yourself to labels such as “conspiracy theorist” or “nutjob”. Most of those who will call you a conspiracy theorist are so ignorant that they don’t even understand what it actually means.
Brazilian television channel TV Globo reports on Dindim the penguin, who makes a 5,000-mile journey from Argentina to a small island near Rio de Janeiro every year to be reunited with a man who saved his life after finding him covered in oil and struggling to survive. João Pereira de Souza, 71, a retired bricklayer, found the South American magellanic penguin in 2011 and nursed him back to health
The bio-digital architecture combines microalgal cultures and real-time digital cultivation protocols to produce nearly 330 pounds of biomass per day. At the Expo Milano 2015, an incredible invention was revealed to the public which is capable of producing nearly 330 pounds of biomass per day.
What is it? The Urban Algae Canopy, developed by ecoLogic Studio.
More than 20 percent of the world oxygen is produced in the Amazon Rainforest.
>50% of the world’s estimated 10 million species of plants, animals and insects live in the tropical rainforests.
The 10 GMO Myths That Monsanto Wants You To Believe
Monsanto and their biotech buddies would have you believe that they are super-heroes, set on saving hungry children from starvation wearing a dazzling fake-green cape.
50% Of The World’s Wildlife Has Been Depleted In Just 2 Generations
The populations of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish have declined by 52% since 1970.