TERRAFORMING has begun: “Global dimming” is a plot to EXTERMINATE humanity by terraforming the atmosphere with SMOG pollution, killing Earth’s food crops and unleashing ecological collapse

 By Mike Adams Now we come to the end game for humanity. This is it, folks: They have a plan to collapse global food production, kill off over 90% of the human race, devastate natural ecosystems and pollute the Earth’s atmosphere… and it’s all being sold to you under the banner of “environmentalism.” The scheme is called “global dimming,” and it’s a dangerous geoengineering plot to spray billions of tons of smog into the atmosphere so that pollution levels would block sunlight and halt global warming. This is literally what the mad environmental scientists are now proposing — the very same … Continue reading TERRAFORMING has begun: “Global dimming” is a plot to EXTERMINATE humanity by terraforming the atmosphere with SMOG pollution, killing Earth’s food crops and unleashing ecological collapse

Bee-brained

Honeybees (Apis mellifera) in the hive, Würzburg, Germany. Photo by Mark Moffatt/Minden/National Geographic Are insects ‘philosophical zombies’ with no inner life? Close attention to their behaviours and moods suggests otherwise Lars Chittka is professor of sensory and behavioural ecology at Queen Mary, University of London, and has been a fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study (WIKO) in Berlin. His book The Mind of the Bee (2019) is forthcoming with Princeton University Press. Catherine Wilson was most recently Anniversary Professor of philosophy at the University of York and is now Visiting Presidential Professor at CUNY Graduate Center. She was a fellow of the Institute of … Continue reading Bee-brained

The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.

Fossilized crinoids, marine invertebrates that lived during the Permian Period, found in western Australia. Scientists say the Great Dying, which wiped out 96 percent of all life in the oceans, was caused by global warming, which deprived the oceans of oxygen.CreditCreditJohn Cancalosi, via Getty Images In some ways, the planet’s worst mass extinction — 250 million years ago, at the end of the Permian Period — may parallel climate change today. By Carl Zimmer Some 252 million years ago, Earth almost died. In the oceans, 96 percent of all species became extinct. It’s harder to determine how many terrestrial species vanished, … Continue reading The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.

BIZARRE SEISMIC WAVES RIPPLED AROUND THE WORLD – AND NOBODY KNOWS WHY

by Emma Fiala, The Mind Unleashed Waking Times Something very unusual rumbled across planet Earth on November 11th, and scientists say they’ve never seen anything like it. For 20 minutes, instruments measured unusual seismic activity over 10,000 miles away from where it originated, yet not a single human felt them. Seismic waves, originating from the French island of Mayotte, between Africa and Madagascar, traveled around the world. They were recorded throughout Africa and as far away as Chile, New Zealand, Canada and Hawaii, nearly 11,000 miles away. Not only did no humans feel these bizarre seismic waves, only one human noticed the … Continue reading BIZARRE SEISMIC WAVES RIPPLED AROUND THE WORLD – AND NOBODY KNOWS WHY

Portrait of a planet on the verge of climate catastrophe

image edited by Fernando Kaskais How South Beach, Miami, could look if temperatures rise by 2C. Photograph: Nickolay Lamm/Courtesy of Climate Central/sealevel.climatecentral.org As the UN sits down for its annual climate conference this week, many experts believe we have passed the point of no return by Robin McKie On Sunday morning hundreds of politicians, government officials and scientists will gather in the grandeur of the International Congress Centre in Katowice, Poland. It will be a familiar experience for many. For 24 years the annual UN climate conference has served up a reliable diet of rhetoric, backroom talks and dramatic last-minute deals … Continue reading Portrait of a planet on the verge of climate catastrophe

Herbicide Is What’s for Dinner

How the biggest farming practice you’ve never heard of is changing your food. BY MIRANDA HART Driving down a grid road in central Saskatchewan, a machine that looks like a giant insect approaches me in a cloud of dust. The cab, hanging 8 feet above the road, is suspended by tires at least 6 feet tall, with wing-like appendages folded along each side. Should I drive around it or under it? It is harvest season, and the high-clearance sprayer is on its way to desiccate a field. Desiccation may be the most widespread farming practice you’ve never heard of. Farmers … Continue reading Herbicide Is What’s for Dinner

Breathing dirty air takes years off people’s lives. This tool shows just how much.

A motorcyclist and his son ride through haze as fire burns peatland and fields in South Sumatra, Indonesia, in 2015. Indonesia has struggled with air pollution for years, which takes a huge toll on health.Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images How improving air quality could add years to people’s lives around the world. By Umair Irfan California’s ongoing Camp Fire, the state’s most destructive and deadliest wildfire on record, has for nearly two weeks shrouded huge swaths of Northern California in smoke, making the air unhealthy and even dangerous to breathe. On November 16, California briefly had the world’s dirtiest air. View image on Twitter Peter … Continue reading Breathing dirty air takes years off people’s lives. This tool shows just how much.