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Prosecute Exxon For Deliberate Climate Denial - Petition
Environment  (tags: Exxon, climate change, greenhouse gases, science, petition )

Dandelion
- 30 days ago - climatehawksvote.com
Documents show that Exxons own scientists were aware of and studying the dangerous impacts of greenhouse gases in the 1970s and 1980s until Exxons leadership decided to shut down the research and promote climate denial instead
Open Letter From Senator Bernie Sanders : I Will Do Everything I Can to Defeat This Terrible GMO Bill
Health & Wellness  (tags: bernie sanders, gmo labeling, humans, risks, safety, science, ethics, food, government )

Beryl
- 24 days ago - occupyliberals.com
People have a right to know what is in the food they and their children eat. That is why 64 countries around the world have passed GMO labeling laws. That is why the states of Vermont, Connecticut, Maine and Alaska have passed legislation to mandate...
Where Our Eyes Get Their Color
Science & Tech  (tags: science, humans, research, eyes, eye color, genetics, scientists, health, interesting )

Carrie
- 28 days ago - qz.com
Every time I hear about getting lost in someone's eyes, I roll my own. They're just a body part, after all. And yet the way we get our eye color is actually pretty interesting.
American Atheists Are on the Rise. They Have Radically Different Visions of the Future.
Society & Culture  (tags: atheism, science, Reason Rally )

Freya
- 23 days ago - vox.com
Reason Rally 2016 believes science can cure the social ills of religion. But it isn't sure what a "healthy" society will look like.
Hold Big Oil Accountable for Decades of Climate Deception *** Please Sign ***
Environment  (tags: climate-change, CO2emissions, conservation, destruction, ecosystems, energy, environment, globalwarming, government, habitat, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, humans, nature, oceans, politics, pollution, radia-active, protection, research, science, s )

Frans
- 29 days ago - takeaction.takepart.com
Hundreds of documents uncovered by the Center for International Environmental Law show that the oil industry understood the science of climate change and actively sought to shape public skepticism toward it decades earlier than previously suspected...
Don't Let Monsanto & Corrupt Corporate Organic Kill GMO Labeling *** Please Sign ***
Health & Wellness  (tags: diet, disease, environment, ethics, family, food, government, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, nutrition, prevention, protection, research, science, safety, society, study, warning )

Frans
- 25 days ago - action.fooddemocracynow.org
Right now weâEUR(TM)re being betrayed in Washington D.C. by a group of donation-hungry Senators and a handful of corrupt corporate organic companies that have just brokered an outrageous deal behind our backs in an effort to kill mandatory GMO labeling....
San Francisco Will Ban All Polystyrene Products By 2017
Health & Wellness  (tags: environment, ethics, family, food, government, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, prevention, protection, research, risks, safety, science, society, study, treatment )

Frans
- 21 days ago - futurism.com
Next year, styrofoam will be a thing of the past in San Francisco. Local council has just unanimously voted to ban the sale of polystyrene products âEUR" also commonly called styrofoam âEUR" by 2017...
Are Speciesists Stupid?
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, humans, interesting, investigation, research, science, study )

Frans
- 7 days ago - prime.peta.org
Excuse me for stating the obvious, but racists are dumb. ThatâEUR(TM)s not just my opinion. ItâEUR(TM)s the conclusion of a provocative study published in the journal Psychological Science. ...
PETITION UPDATE Victory! South Australian Youth Mental Health Action Group
Health & Wellness  (tags: ethics, family, government, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, prevention, protection, research, risks, science, society, study, treatment )

Frans
- 24 days ago - change.org
Yesterday was June 30, the last day that the Adelaide headspace Youth Early Psychosis Program (hYEPP) was originally due for defunding. But today is July 1 - and as the Coalition has recently officially announced...
ExxonMobil: New Disclosures Show Oil Giant Still Funding Climate Science Denial Groups
Environment  (tags: world, Sustainabililty, protection, pollution, oceans, nature, humans, habitat, globalwarming, environment, ecosystems, destruction, conservation, climate, ExxonMobil, Oil, funding, climate, science, denial, lies, business, ethics )

Darren
- 10 days ago - desmogblog.com
ExxonMobil and the climate science denial machinery that it has helped to build over the years are now under more scrutiny than ever before.
Physicists Think They'Ve Cracked the Star Trek Replicator
Science & Tech  (tags: food, technology, tech, NewTechnology, Gizmos, physics, energy, scientists, science, discovery )

Glenn
- 27 days ago - inverse.com
If this is true, we will literally be able to make food out of thin air.
Ceres' Bright Spot Could Actually Be Salt Volcanoes
Science & Tech  (tags: Ceres, discovery, astronomy, space, nasa, science )

Michael
- 24 days ago - iflscience.com
It looks like there's competition for which dwarf planet is the most interesting in the Solar System: Ceres or Pluto? Pluto, with its heart and floating mountains, might seem ahead, but this week Ceres revealed something unique: salt volcanoes.
Do Gravitational Waves Hint At Dark Matter?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, dark matter, gravity, gravity waves, discovery, science, space, research )

Michael
- 30 days ago - iflscience.com
We have known for many decades that thereâEUR(TM)s a lot more matter in the universe than what we can see with our naked eyes, and so far all attempts at discovering what this "dark matter" is have been unsuccessful.
The Earth Almost Has A New Moon
Science & Tech  (tags: science, moon, asteroid, Earth, astronomy, discovery, space, NASA, Pan-STARRS 1, 2016 HO3 )

Michael
- 24 days ago - iflscience.com
A small asteroid has been discovered following the Earth around the Sun. This object is too far away to be a new Moon, but it's definitely trapped in a tug-of-war between the gravitational attraction of our planet and the Sun.
Pear-Shaped Nuclei Explain Lack Of Antimatter And Make Time-Travel Impossible
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, physics, time-travel, Antimatter, science, study, space, technology )

Michael
- 28 days ago - iflscience.com
In physics sometimes proving the obvious is more complex than proving the difficult. The obvious, in this case, is why the universe is made of matter.
 

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