Environment

Fracking linked to nuclear waste in drinking water

Fracking linked to nuclear waste in drinking water

An energy company has been stopped from fracking in Lancashire because of the levels of radioactive waste that would be produced from its fracking. Energy company Cuadrilla has withdrawn applications for permits to frack in the region after Environment Agency (EA) said it would not grant a radioactive substances permit until it was sure the water will be disposed of[Read More…]

Food packaging has been found to contain toxic chemicals

Toxic chemicals found in packaging

There have been recent reports of toxic chemicals found in food packaging that can pose a long-term health risk to all consumers. Unbeknownst to millions, they are putting themselves at risk of a number of diseases ranging from cancer to diabetes. Scientists told the Daily Express, “A range of chemicals are leaking from containers into food and drink. Although it[Read More…]

Experts admit attempting to eradicate blue skies with chemtrails

Experts admit attempting to eradicate blue skies with chemtrails

Experts have admitted plans to spray the skies with sulphate aerosols in order to change the climate, it has emerged. Ben Kravitz of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Stanford, California claims that scientists are attempting to tackle global warming by covering the skies with the chemicals. He says that this would reflect more sun away from Earth and cool[Read More…]

Government scientists to use laser beams to control weather

Government scientists to use laser beams to control weather

Government scientists have once again affirmed their plans to control the weather in a bid to stop it from raining. Scientists working on behalf of the Swedish government have published a paper outlining their proposals to disperse rain clouds or create “controlled showers”. In their paper, the researchers said that using lasers could guarantee a cloudless sky. They are set[Read More…]

Global march against chemtrails attracts millions

Global march against chemtrails attracts millions

Millions of people in cities across the world took part in a global march against chemtrails. Chemtrails were once dismissed as a wild conspiracy theory – and in some cases still are – but recently scientists have admitted polluting the sky with aerosol sprays in order to block out sun rays. David Keith from Harvard University recently announced that he[Read More…]