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The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think
Society & Culture  (tags: humans, addictions, drugs, culture, environment, ethics, health, religion, politics, society )

Lynn
- 10 hours ago - huffingtonpost.com
It is now one hundred years since drugs were first banned -- and all through this long century of waging war on drugs, we have been told a story about addiction by our teachers and by our governments.
EPA & USDA: Fix Your Broken Systems ACTION US
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: government, ge crops, farmers, dicamba, protection, health, ecosystems, environment )

Nancy
- 10 hours ago - panna.org
When it comes to new GE crops, the federal decision making process simply isnâEUR(TM)t working âEUR" and itâEUR(TM)s most certainly not serving the interests of farmers, rural communities or public health.
Massive Natural Gas Burnoff, Wasting Millions, Can Clearly Be Seen From Outer Space
Environment  (tags: oil, natural gas, fracking, climate, CO2emissions, conservation, destruction, environment, globalwarming, globalwarming, humans, pollution )

Kamia
- 9 hours ago - dailykos.com
In the continuing saga of Big Oil wasting the natural resources of the U.S., NASA has discovered that a certain region is burning off so much natural gas, polluting the environment, that the beacon can clearly be seen from outer space!
Survival Skills: 4 Myths About Staying Warm Outside in Winter
Offbeat  (tags: humans, interesting, protection, survival, cold, winter, hypothermia )

Kamia
- 9 hours ago - outdoorlife.com
Although some parts of the country have been enjoying balmy weather recently, the winter is hardly over, and if you get stuck outside, these tips will help you know what to do to stay warm and survive.
Take Action to Protect Wolves From Congressional Attacks -Please Sign for Our Wolves
Animals  (tags: wildlife, wolves, coexist )

Susan
- 8 hours ago - secure.earthjustice.org
U.S.A. Urge your senators and congressional representative to stand up for wolves by opposing any anti-wolf legislation put forth in this Congress.
2 Shocking Maps That Reveal How American Agriculture Actually Works
Green Lifestyle  (tags: agriculture, conservation, ecosystems, environment, food, farming, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 6 hours ago - realfarmacy.com
Drifting through the ocean looking for fresh water to drink is a lot like venturing through farmland in Iowa looking for freshly grown food to eat. Being surrounded by water that you canâEUR(TM)t drink is surprisingly similar to being lost in rural Iowa, why?
Cat Genes Could Hold Vital Clues to Treatments for Human Diseases
Science & Tech  (tags: cat genes, common diseases, research )

Stephen
- 13 hours ago - theguardian.com
They believe the genetic profiles of cats contain crucial clues about diseases to which humans and felines are both susceptible. These illnesses include diabetes, asthma and some forms of blindness.
These Are the 12 Worst Ideas Religion Has Unleashed on the World
Society & Culture  (tags: religion, society, culture, ethics, concepts, freedoms, humans, interesting, corruption, death, sadness, violence, abuse )

Carrie
- 12 hours ago - rawstory.com
Religions tend to invent ideas or concepts rather than technologies, but like every other creative human enterprise, they produce some really bad ones along with the good.
Winter Wildlife Quiz ! PLEASE TAKE QUIZ ! !
Offbeat  (tags: animals, wildlife, winter, quiz )

Cher
- 9 hours ago - enature.com
Test your winter wildlife knowledge by taking our quiz.
WeâEUR(TM)re About to Cross the 4th Planetary Boundary âEUR" And the Effects Will Be Irreversible.
Green Lifestyle  (tags: environment, 4th planetary boundary, protection, conservation )

Cher
- 9 hours ago - greenerideal.com
Well, we finally did it guys! But you might want to hold off on the celebrations becauseâEUR¦ well, what we did is irreversibly damage the environment. Well, almost anyways, according to the high-profile study published Thursday by the journal Science.
 
 
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