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Over 43,000 aquatic animals DIED in the aftermath of Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine

February 27, 2023 -

ODNR Director Mary Mertz announced on Thursday, Feb. 23, that roughly 38,222 minnows and about 5,550 other aquatic animals such as small fish, crayfish, amphibians and macroinvertebrates were killed in the five-mile span of waterways from the derailment site. (Related: There more hazardous chemicals discovered at Norfolk Southern train derailment site in East Palestine.)

The ODNR noted that on Feb. 15, the number of aquatic animals killed by the disaster was less than ...

EPA proposes emissions controls on existing power plants

April 26, 2023 -

Even amid the ongoing energy crisis and the push to convert everything to electric, the federal government wants to further limit the amount of energy accessible to the public by capping emissions at power stations.

Ignoring last June's Supreme Court decision in West Virginia v. EPA, the Biden regime's EPA is planning yet another assault on the United States electric grid. In essence, all power plants would be required to capture and store carbon dioxide (CO2) in order ...

Medicinal plants: 5 Herbs that can help boost respiratory health

January 26, 2023 -

If you're looking for natural remedies for colds and the flu, try growing medicinal herbs like elderberry and ginger to boost your respiratory health. (h/t to

Before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), people wouldn't always feel the need to go to the doctor's clinic if they are experiencing respiratory ailments. Many respiratory illnesses are viral, and a doctor would often send a patient home with the advice to rest, drink plenty of fluids, take ...

Home remedies for preppers: 5 Medicinal plants for wound healing

November 01, 2022 -

Prepare before SHTF by learning about some common plants that can be used to disinfect and heal wounds, like calendula and echinacea. You can either forage for the plants below, or you can grow them right in your home garden. (h/t to

Calendula is a plant that bears brightly colored flowers with wound-healing abilities. It can also be used to help treat viral infections and stomach pain.

Calendula has been used for wound healing and for ...

Plants against cancer: Eighteen 100% natural phytochemicals that prevent and treat cancers

March 30, 2023 -


Apigenin is a flavone present in vegetables, such as parsley, celery, chamomile and the Egyptian plant Moringa peregrina.

In a study published in Cell and Bioscience, apigenin was reported to suppress various human cancers in vitro and in vivo by multiple biological effects, such as triggering cell apoptosis and autophagy, inducing cell cycle arrest, suppressing cell migration and invasion and stimulating an immune response.Crocetin

Crocetin is a kind of ...

Tyson Foods to close two chicken processing plants; almost 1.7K jobs affected

March 15, 2023 -

The Springfield, Arkansas-based meat processing company confirmed the closure of its two plants – one in Van Buren, Arkansas and another in Glen Allen, Virginia – to CNBC. The Van Buren facility with 969 workers and the Glen Allen facility with 692 employees will close on May 12, the company said.

"While the decision was not easy, it reflects our broader strategy to strengthen our poultry business by optimizing operations and utilizing full available capacity at each plant," ...

France edges closer to energy rationing as local nuclear plants suffer “issues”

January 04, 2023 -

Emmanuel Macron's France is now dangerously close to suffering prolonged blackouts unless something is done, and quickly, to ensure that there is enough energy to go around to power at least the basic elements of society.

Back in November, we reported that half of France's nuclear power plants were already offline due to "routine maintenance." Now, even more of them are offline, which does not bode well for the coming months.

Since France is among the European ...

SHTF sanitation and hygiene: 5 Plants that you can use as soap

November 21, 2022 -

But you might run out of crucial supplies like soap when SHTF, so find out which plants can be used as a natural soap alternative. These plants are also a good alternative to soap and cleaning products that contain ingredients that can harm your health. (h/t to

If you think you need more than soap and water to clean your home, you can also try making cleaning solutions with non-toxic ingredients like vinegar.

Vinegar will help kill almost any ...

Half of France’s nuclear power plants are offline as dark winter approaches

November 10, 2022 -

French electric utility giant Electricite de France SA (EDF) announced in a new update that the outlook for nuclear power generation this winter is being slashed, triggering more chaos in the energy markets.

EDF is reportedly the largest owner of nuclear power plants in the world. Its fleet of reactors normally generates between 280 and 300 terawatt-hours (TWh) of power per year, but this year that range will be reduced to between 275 and 285 TWh.

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Gardening 101: How to use fertilizer properly for healthy plants with better yields

April 05, 2023 -

Just like humans have different dietary needs, different plants usually need more than a bag of 10-10-10 fertilizer. In some cases, 10-10-10 fertilizer can be bad for plants. For example, once fruits and vegetables start flowering, they will need something other than 10-10-10 fertilizer.

If you're new to home gardening, fertilizer selection can be intimidating. But with some research and practice, you will learn which fertilizers your crops will need during the growing ...

World’s largest steel manufacturer to shutter plants in Germany amid catastrophic energy crisis

October 27, 2022 -

Reiner Blaschek, CEO of ArcelorMittal Germany, the world's largest steel manufacturer, would know. He told the media recently that his own company is having to trim down operations due to exorbitant energy costs that show no signs of relenting.

ArcelorMittal operates plants all around the world, but in Germany its business is no longer able to compete due to the ongoing energy crisis. And many of the company's competitors are in the very same boat.

Two key ArcelorMittal ...

As Afghanistan eradicates natural poppy plants used to synthesize heroin, FENTANYL use is increasing

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What, then, was the United States military doing all these years in Afghanistan? This is a really good question because, as far as we can tell, U.S. troops were actually sent to Afghanistan's poppy and ephedra fields to guard and protect them rather than eradicate them.

Up until recently, Afghanistan remained the world's leading producer of poppy plants, which can be used to synthesize heroin. In some Afghani provinces, poppy production was reduced by up to 99 percent between ...

Study: 360M-year-old fossil from Ireland proves plants are capable of self-defense

May 09, 2023 -

Researchers have discovered the oldest evidence of plant self-defense in wood from a 360-million-year-old fossil from Ireland.

The study involved an international team of researchers and was co-led by Dr. Carla J. Harper, assistant professor in Botany in the School of Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin.

The study was published in the journal Nature Plants.Tyloses and plant defense

Plants form "tyloses" to protect their wood from infection and water ...

Ford, Tennessee state gov’t collude to grab private lands for EV and battery plants

April 12, 2023 -

The carmaker's collusion with Big Government was part of its efforts to build the $5.6 billion BlueOval city in Stanton, Tennessee. The 4,100-acre facility located west of Memphis will employ about 5,800 people and will churn out 500,000 electric trucks annually at full production. According to Ford, BlueOval City is set to become operational in 2025. (Related: Ford recalls electric version of iconic Mustang muscle car, citing manufacturing defect.)

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Research reveals how plants evolved to colonize land more than 500 million years ago

March 15, 2023 -

The study was published in the journal New Phytologist.

Their findings have important implications and can help experts understand how plant water transport systems have evolved.

For the last 500 million years, the evolution of land plants has supported the diversity of life on an increasingly green planet. Throughout their evolution, plants have acquired adaptations like leaves and roots, which have allowed them to control water and colonize land.

Some of ...

WOKE BROKE: Company that bottles Bud Light shuts down two plants following botched Mulvaney fiasco

July 06, 2023 -

Fox News reported that the Ardagh Group, a contractor that works with Anheuser-Busch, will close down its plants in North Carolina and Louisiana in July. The permanent closures are set to affect 645 employees. Ardagh did not reveal the reason for the closures.

However, an investigation by WRAL 5 found that the plants are closing due to the aftermath of boycotts against the beer brand. Ardagh joined retailers, distributors, bars and other contractors bearing the brunt of ...

In the past month, NINE recycling plants across the U.S. have burned down: What’s going on?

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The latest casualty occurred in Pensacola, Fla., where thick plumes of black smoke were seen bellowing from the destroyed facility – watch the video below:

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Volkswagen reconsidering plans to build new EV battery plants in Europe due to soaring energy costs

December 08, 2022 -

Volkswagen has been talking about committing to investing in Germany and EU industrial projects involving electric vehicles, including new battery-cell factories. Unfortunately, the company warned that such long-term investments will be unfeasible unless the bloc's policymakers control ballooning energy prices.

"Europe is not cost-competitive in many areas, in particular, when it comes to the costs of electricity and gas," wrote Volkswagen Chief Executive Officer Thomas ...

Top power grid operator warns: More blackouts and energy shortages due to forced retirement of fossil fuel plants

March 05, 2023 -

PJM Interconnection is a regional transmission organization that provides electricity to 65 million people – around 20 percent of the population – in 13 states across the Midwest and Northeast and the District of Columbia. The organization's latest report noted that power supply and demand through 2030 across its territory is being increasingly destabilized as more traditional fossil fuel sources are being dismantled due to the transition to renewable energy. (Related: Attacks ...

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