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GMOs and Monsanto: Taking Over the Food Industry?

By On June 30, 2014

“ Those who control the food, control the people.” -Henry Kissinger Genetically Modified Organisms, what are more commonly referred to as GMOs, are organisms whose genetic material have been altered or transformed… Read More


Japan’s Commercial Whaling: The Beginning of the End

By On June 21, 2014

Japan has had deep roots to whaling stretching all the way back to the 12th century. During the early periods, those in small coastal towns took to whaling as a source of… Read More

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Keystone XL Pipeline: The Key to Climate Catastrophe

By On June 21, 2014

Key·stone ˈkēˌstōn/ the central principle or part of a policy, system, etc., on which all else depends. An example of the term is a keystone species, specie that have a large and… Read More

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Hydraulic Fracturing: What the ‘Frack’ is Going On?

By On June 8, 2014

Sources of new energy forms are currently at the forefront of environmental and economic conversation across the world. Electricity powers the smallest lamp to the largest of cities. Without it, progress on… Read More

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Happiness and Sustainablity Aren’t Mutually Exclusive

By On June 7, 2014

“Our struggle for global sustainability will be won or lost in cities.” When United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon imparted this prediction in April 2012 at UN headquarters, he wasn’t speaking… Read More


Sea Level: The Rising Consequence of Climate Change

By On June 6, 2014

Over the past decade or so, “sea level rise” has turned from a far off fantasy to a real crisis and unfortunately, from a term of shock to one of nonchalance. But,… Read More

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MERS, MRSA, H1N1, SARS: What is going on?

By On June 2, 2014

The title of this article reads like a pandemic horror story. It seems like every few months another disease crops up somewhere in the world that threatens to brings society to its… Read More


5 Most Innovative New Military Technologies

By On June 2, 2014

With the United States stepping down from its war-footing of the last decade, one might think that our military’s R&D is scaling back as well. Not exactly. DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research… Read More


No Filter

By On May 20, 2014

Compared to the sea level rising, global warming, overpopulation, species extinction, deforestation, and pollution, casual smoking seems somewhat trivial. Don’t get me wrong, smoking is terrible for you and you shouldn’t do… Read More