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Justin Case

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Mahadi Raof

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"The world’s last trillion dollar industry was created out of computer code. What’s the world’s next trillion dollar industry? Turns out it’s been inside us all along – genomes."
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Mahadi Raof

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Judge rules: no right to know hazardous pesticide ingredients
By Oliver Tickell, The Ecologist, 14th June 2016 #wtf #toxic  
http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_round_up/2987812/judge_rules_no_right_to_know_hazardous_pesticide_ingredients.html
A federal judge has ruled that the US Environmental Protection Agency is under no obligation to force pesticide makers to disclose supposedly 'inert' ingredients in their products - even where those ingredients are seriously hazardous to health or environment.
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Gary Simpke

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Yes to everyone
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7seven7

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Connecting the Dots! You are being warned!
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Mahadi Raof

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The ancient Greeks and Romans have a profound appreciation for oregano, using it for various medicinal uses. In fact, its name comes from the Greek words "oros" and "ganos," which are words for mountain and joy,– oregano literally means "joy of the mountain." It was revered as a symbol of happiness, and it was an ancient tradition to crown brides and grooms with a laurel of oregano.
Oregano oil, which comes from the fragrant herb commonly used for flavoring food, offers practical uses and health applications.
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Mahadi Raof

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Greed, fraud, and corruption within Big Pharma and the FDA are the constructs of deception, with the mantle of authority leading to over 100,000 American deaths each year from correctly prescribed FDA approved pharmaceutical drugs.
Source: www.wakingtimes.com | Original Post Date:July 24, 2013 - Greed, fraud, and corruption within Big Pharma and the FDA are the constructs of deception, with the mantle of authority leading to over 100,000 American deaths each year from correctly prescribed FDA approved pharmaceutical dru
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'To make that decision to change (to permaculture) takes a lot of courage. That’s why starting small is the secret, “start at home and expand". Start thinking what’s your favourite vegetable and start growing it...Find local food growers and small farmers, be it Dairy, Vegetables and Fruits, Meat or Honey and Herbs and get to know them, start buying straight from them, support them and spread the word to your family, friends and neighbours.'
- Salah Hammad
Permaculture expert Salah Hammad talks agro-ecology and eating off the land with our eco-correspon...
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Vamos RUSIA AFUERA MONSANTO !!!!
Russia has announced a game-changing move in the fight against Monsanto’s GMOs, completely banning the use of genetically modified ingredients in any and a
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Kahl Read

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I live in a beautiful fishing village in Oz; a tiny community of warm and friendly people. I am medically trained in science and naturopathy. I have wonderful friends and consider myself to be in the top one percent of fortunate and happy people on this earth. I am debt free. Live by the water's edge and have 4 beautiful unvaccinated adult children working and studying in the healing professions. 

My hope for the world centres around the developments in modern physics which is affirming all ancient religious belief systems. I envisage a time soon to come when a working Theory Of Everything will provide the means to unite all people; at the same time revealing a clear and precise science of sane living that will eradicate the existing plethora of wantonness and greed. Our collective insanity stems from the fact that we really don't know what our best option is in each moment of indecision. Ego asserts that we will embrace it when we know for a fact what it is. earthvisionequity@gmail.com
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By Lisa Haven “The dam is just about to break on our economy, and I think when it does, there’s going to be a major disruption of the distribution of food, and I think what you’ll see particularly in the inner cities is you will see riots, civil...
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Mahadi Raof

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The Commodification of Self Care and the Terrible Art of Relentless Self Love

“Listen to me, your body is not a temple. Temples can be destroyed and desecrated. Your body is a forest—thick canopies of maple trees and sweet scented wildflowers sprouting in the underwood. You will grow back, over and over, no matter how badly you are devastated.”    

#Beau-Taplin

It’s intimate to ask for help when you are unwell. There is nothing wrong with you because you are a patient. We are all unwell. We are all the patient. We are all trying to take care of ourselves. We are all trying to break free.

The act of self care is different than taking care of yourself. And it is never in opposition with your core values or the values of your community. It is not ignoring your friend but it may be turning off your phone for a while. I think that when we start to see signs of  burnout, #selfcare commodity starts to show up. I wonder what would happen to our nervous systems if we got so so so quiet about the special moments that fuel our love for the work we do, the people we love, our daily moments of gratitude.

https://t.co/w1w1gPqBDJ
“Listen to me, your body is not a temple. Temples can be destroyed and desecrated. Your body is a forest—thick canopies of maple trees and sweet scented wildflowers sprouting in the underwood...
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Brill info. Thanks. Peace&Love
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"Seeds of Justice follows Ethiopian plant geneticist Dr Melaku Worede’s inspirational work to re-valorise farmers’ knowledge and protect their position as guardians of seed diversity. Treading in Melaku’s footsteps from his youth to the present day through his pivotal experience of Ethiopia’s infamous famine, the film questions one of society’s most flawed assumptions: that scientists hold the answers to ending hunger, not farmers.
A film by The Gaia Foundation in collaboration with the African Biodiversity Network, GRAIN, MELCA Ethiopia, USC Canada and Ethic-Organic Seed Action. Narrated by Jon Snow. 15th December 2015.
From the plains of Ethiopia to the halls of the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation in Rome, Dr Melaku’s quest to rediscover and valorise farmers’ knowledge reveals a different truth: that putting control over seeds back into the hands of farmers can make our food system healthier, more resilient and more just.
Through interviews with Melaku, his collaborators and Ethiopian farmers, Seeds of Justice demonstrates that farmers, as the custodians of generations of agricultural knowledge, are first and foremost scientists in the field, not needy beneficiaries.
Charting Melaku’s successes pioneering local seed banks and participatory plant breeding alongside farmers, the film reveals what can be achieved when science is united with farmers knowledge, rather than placed in the service of agribusiness.
Seeds of Justice completes a trillogy of flims, the others being Seeds of Freedom and Seeds of Sovereignty. 

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36 minutes | Seeds of Justice follows Ethiopian plant geneticist Dr Melaku Worede’s inspirational work to re-valorise farmers’ knowledge and protect their position as guardians of seed diversity. Treading in...
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