Primalisms: Sandy, Wireless, Labels & More

November 3, 2012

(Photo by [ jRa7 ])

1) A Cheaper Alternative to Steak: Beef Heart!

2) The “Do Nothing” Approach to Illness – Your Ticket to Wellness? – this has been my approach for as long as I can remember (ditto my parents)

3) Mmmm….  Bee larvae granola – a new take on “crunchy”

4) A Simple Fix for Farming

“The results were stunning: The longer rotations produced better yields of both corn and soy, reduced the need for nitrogen fertilizer and herbicides by up to 88 percent, reduced the amounts of toxins in groundwater 200-fold and didn’t reduce profits by a single cent.”

5) Hurricane Sandy: Problems at Five Nuke Plants Can’t believe we even still have nuclear plants….

6) At NOMA, Bacteria and Yeast Are The New ”Ants”

7) Starbucks to Test Powermat Wireless Charging. Because their wifi doesn’t expose us to enough EMF.. and more wireless here: UBC researchers develop wireless recharging station for electric cars

8) Canada considers beef warning labels (thereby shifting the responsibility to consumers to not get poisoned)

9) Making Sense of Food Labels

10) Sandy wipes out biggest beekeeping operation in New York City

11) Butter Leads to Lower Blood Fats Than Olive Oil, Study Finds

12) Olvera, Spain, is First Town to Become “Electromagnetic Pollution-Free” by Unanimous Approval of its City Council

13) Secondhand Exposure to Cell Phone Radiation: An Emerging Public Health Problem?

“During bus or train trips, individuals may be exposed to considerable amounts of cell phone radiation from other people’s cell phones. Buses and railroad cars act like “Faraday cages” that reflect much of the electromagnetic radiation emitted by cell phones throughout the vehicles’ interiors. Thus, all passengers, including infants and pregnant women as well as those without cell phones, may be exposed to considerable levels of cell phone radiation emitted by others’ phones.”

14) Chemotherapy can backfire and boost cancer growth: study

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