”I love suburbia not for what it is, but for what it could be. While most other houses on my street have grass lawns, my yard sprouts zucchinis, tomatoes, pomegranates, kale, spinach, apples, figs, guavas, almonds, garlic, onion, strawberries, and more. Over 500 plant species all in all. We grow more than 3000 pounds of food per year on a plot of land the size of a basketball court—enough fruits and vegetables to feed my family of four year-round. Our house is part of a growing global movement of people involved in urban farming.’…’
Can Drug Reviews Still be Trusted?
‘…What only careful readers of the article would have gleaned is the extent of the financial connections between the drugmaker and the research. The trial had been funded by GlaxoSmithKline, and each of the 11 authors had received money from the company. Four were employees and held company stock. The other seven were academic experts who had received grants or consultant fees from the firm…’
The Destructive Power of Words
The filmmakers of this series argue that in the United States, the rampant use by politicians of negative propaganda to create fear of enemies such as the former Soviet Union, Communists, Al Qaeda and so on, in conjunction with positive propaganda about “free markets”, “democracy”, “freedom” and so on have caused massive poverty, suffering, genocide, war, coups, crushed unions and popular movements, as well as environmental destruction — both outside and inside the United States.
Why You Should Track Moon Phases [Videos]
Aside from being alerted when people will get lunatic, you will enjoy it
‘The NASA website for the animation has a lot more information and details about the video. And bonus: Starting in 2013, the image of the Moon at the top will automatically change every hour to represent the actual view of the real Moon. That’ll be fun to check! And useful, too. It’s always nice to know if a thin crescent Moon awaits if I happen to step outside. That’s one of my favorite sights of all…’