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Clean water graphene breakthrough could allow millions to drink filtered seawater

April 11, 2017 -

As National Geographic explains, only about .007 percent of all the Earth's water is available to its massive human population. This, of course, is a tremendous problem. But a new salvation could be on the horizon. Scientists have developed a special graphene sieve that stands to change the game when it comes to the world's water crisis.

Graphene is a super-thin sheet of carbon atoms that are organized in a hexagonal lattice, and was first identified at the University ...

Kamala Harris says the key to clean water and air is GENOCIDE against humanity – “reduce population” the order of the day

July 20, 2023 -

"When we invest in clean energy ... and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water!" Harris bellowed from the podium, to roaring applause – watch below:

Kamala Harris:

“When we invest in clean energy…and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water!”

*roaring applause*

— (@townhallcom) July 14, 2023

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Supreme Court unanimously scales back EPA’s power under Clean Water Act

June 07, 2023 -

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a couple from Idaho and established a stricter standard for determining whether the Clean Water Act applies to a wetland, marking a major blow to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Couple Michael and Chantell Sackett of Idaho have been fighting the EPA for over 15 years in their attempt to construct a house on an empty lot near a large lake. The EPA in 2007 issued a notice instructing them to cease construction ...

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Clean water, clean wounds (press release)

September 25, 2006 - printable article

Clean water, clean wounds (press release)

Professor Rhonda Griffiths, from the UWS School of Nursing, says the research arose from an inquiry by community health nurses who needed evidence to support a common practice and belief that showering patients with leg ulcers was both safe and effective."In response we searched for studies done by others on cleansing wounds using the shower, however we were unable to locate any evidence ...

Clean water, clean wounds (press release)

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Monday, September 25, 2006 by: NewsTargetTags: health news, Natural News, nutritionProfessor Rhonda Griffiths, from the UWS School of Nursing, says the research arose from an inquiry by community health nurses who needed evidence to support a common practice and belief that showering patients with leg ulcers was both safe and effective."In response we searched for studies done by others on cleansing wounds using ...

Longtime pro-jab apologist finally comes clean about lack of science proving vaccine safety

3 days ago -

A paper he co-authored that was published in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) on July 6, 2024, reveals that no vaccine has ever been properly studied either before or after their release.

Aaron Siri tweeted a lengthy post about Plotkin's new paper in the NEJM, which admits that "prelicensure clinical trials have limited sample sizes [and] follow-up durations," as well as that "there are not resources earmarked for postauthorization safety studies."

"That is ...

Nearly 1 million Californians rely on 385 failing public water systems

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According to the State Water Resources Control Board, around 913,000 California residents are affected by the 385 public water systems that are currently failing; this amounts to roughly 2% of the state’s population.

Not surprisingly, minorities and disadvantaged people are being affected disproportionately, with 56 of the systems serving “disadvantaged communities” and 67% serving “majority communities of color.” The report states that the failing water systems are largely ...

FBI staffer in hot water over posts lamenting Trump’s botched assassination

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The National Pulse disclosed the name of the FBI staffer as Jenna Howell. She reportedly shared an image showing the Grim Reaper attempting to grab a Trump doll from a claw machine. "The memes are gold," Howell captioned the image, tagging a friend.

She also posted remarks aimed at those against political violence on her Facebook profile. The post read: "[You all] gun-toting, Second Amendment-loving hillbillies better just sit down and stay quiet unless you're [going to] change ...

HH70 fusion plant in Shanghai sets new world record, giving China leg up in fusion energy race

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This groundbreaking device is the first fully high-temperature superconducting tokamak and was constructed in just two years, showcasing China's engineering prowess.

As countries race to harness nuclear fusion – the energy source that powers the sun – experts suggest that China is poised to lead in this technology, potentially reshaping the future of energy.

The HH70, located in Shanghai, is the first entirely high-temperature superconducting (HTS) tokamak in history, ...

Thousands of applicants for Olympics-related jobs rejected due to terror links and security threats

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With nearly one million people expected to receive accreditations for Olympic roles, stringent security measures are being implemented. Among those barred from participation are 130 individuals flagged under "Fiche S," the French indicator used by law enforcement to flag individuals considered to be serious threats to national security. There are also others reportedly associated with Islamist groups and with organizations in the far-left and far-right.

The heightened safety ...

Obesity rate doubles as food companies fatten up Americans like cows with “health at any size” propaganda campaign

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The goal is to convince as many Americans as possible that being fat and sick is completely normal, all so they continue buying sugar- and preservative-filled feed slop that fattens them up like cows for slaughter.

Jaye Rochon learned this the hard way after she bought the "health at any size" mantra and quickly gained 50 pounds. Rochon was already overweight to begin with, so that extra 50 pounds brought her up to a very unhealthy 300 pounds.

Rochon fell for the lies ...

EMP preparedness: How to protect your electronics

2 days ago -

Both non-preppers and preppers often rely on various electronic devices. But there is a potential threat that could render all devices useless in an instant: an electromagnetic pulse (EMP).

Before SHTF, learn how to EMP-proof electronics and start a prepping stockpile for your family.

Below are some tips on how you can protect electronics from an EMP. (h/t to is an electromagnetic pulse?

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Failed GREEN deal? Biden awards nearly $2B to carmakers to boost EV sales because almost nobody wants to buy them at fair market prices

3 days ago -

Claiming to help the EV industry compete with foreign subsidies, save 15,000 jobs and create nearly 3,000 new positions, the current administration will extend grants to 11 selected manufacturing plants in eight states, including in Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania, that have temporarily closed or were at risk of closing. The money will be dedicated to retrofitting factories, installing equipment and bolstering annual production.

This will also allow at-risk facilities to ...

Now FBI staffer is in hot water over vile posts about Trump’s assassination attempt

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(Article by Germania Rodriguez Poleo republished from

Jenna Howell, who reportedly works at the FBI'S research identity department, posted an image of the grim reaper trying to pick a Trump doll from a claw machine, according to The Federalist.

The caption read: 'Awww so close.'Howell tagged a friend and added: 'The memes... the memes are gold.

The FBI employee also shared a meme appearing to criticizing those denouncing the political violence....

UN estimates it will take at least 15 years to clear Gaza of bombing debris

3 days ago -

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) underscored the immense scale of this undertaking, highlighting that the debris poses grave threats due to potential unexploded ordnance and hazardous substances.

The UNRWA emphasized the logistical challenges, noting that more than 100 trucks would be necessary to clear the rubble, which accumulated during Israel's intensive bombing campaign.

From Oct. 7 to May 4, Israel's bombardment ...

Trump triumphantly appears at RNC just two days after being shot in assassination attempt

3 days ago -

During the Pennsylvania rally on July 13, Trump was grazed in the right ear by a bullet fired by a gunman armed with an AR-15-style rifle while he was delivering his speech. Trump instinctively grabbed his bloodied right ear and dropped to the ground as multiple Secret Service agents rushed to the stage and Secret Service snipers eliminated would-be assassin Thomas Matthew Crooks.

The attempted assassination happened two days before the opening of the RNC in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ...

China is beating the U.S. in the race for fusion energy

4 days ago -

This technology, which mimics the process powering the sun, could provide almost limitless, clean energy if perfected.

China is significantly outspending the U.S. in this race. It has built a massive fusion technology campus and launched a national fusion consortium involving some of its largest industrial companies. (Related: New design suggests a solution for next-gen fusion power plants.)

Chinese crews work in three shifts, essentially around the clock, and the country ...

HYPOCRITE: Staunch critic of fossil fuel in Canadian Senate flew 100,000 km in 2023 to attend climate conferences

4 days ago -

LifeSiteNews reported on the hypocrisy of Sen. Rosa Galvez, who was nominated by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in December 2016. The Peruvian-born Galvez who represents Quebec province is staunchly opposed to the nation's oil and gas industry, which forms a large part of Canada's economy.

But newly-filed records obtained by Blacklock's Reporter showed the senator for Quebec logging a total of 100,084 km (62,189 miles) to attend climate change junkets. These trips ...

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