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The Dark Side of Hawaii

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I’m sharing a FB post by one our senators, Russell Rudderman, about a horrible injustice happening right now in Hawaii.

Yesterday at 10:43am I spoke on the senate floor about my friend, Share Christie:“Last Friday, on 4/20 or Hemp Day, I mentioned my friend Share Christie, serving several years in Honolulu Federal Detention Center. I realize federal prison is not our kuleana, but I need to tell you about her, otherwise no one will know.

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The European Union Bans Bee-Harming Neonicotinoids

beesThe European Union will ban the world’s most widely used insecticides from all fields due to the serious danger they pose to bees. The ban will begin by the end of 2018 Read more of this post

LED Lights Could Give You Cancer

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The Daily Telegraph reports that the new generation of street lights in the UK  dramatically increases rates of breast and prostate cancer, according to a new study. Scientists have warned officials to consider limiting the roll-out of LED (light-emitting diode) lights after an investigation indicated a “strong link” between the technology and the disease.

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The Great Vaccine Debate – Too Many?

vaccmaxresdefault“The problem responsible scientists are faced with right now is that the evidence is accumulating that the CDC’s childhood vaccine schedule is not scientifically-based,” writes award-winning science journalist Jennifer Margulis. “The medical doctors, academic researchers, citizen scientists, and concerned parents who are taking the time to read the science and educate themselves about what we know and what we don’t about vaccines are all coming to the same conclusion: something is very wrong with today’s childhood vaccine recommendations. Our current medical recommendations seem to be harming children’s bodies and their brains. Read more of this post

Smart Meters Not Cost Effective – Rejected in New Mexico

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The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission unanimously rejected the Public Service Company of New Mexico’s proposal to install smart meters, citing rate increases, an excessive opt-out fee and layoffs as deal breakers. Read more of this post

5G Roll Out Could Be More Harmful Than Initially Imagined

5GcelltowerDr Devra Davis, Director of the Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology of the U.S. National Research Council – “Israeli research studies presented at an international conference reveal that the same electromagnetic frequencies used for crowd control weapons form the foundation of the latest network – branded as 5G – that will tie together more than 50 billion devices as part of the Internet of Things.” Read more of this post

When a Mob of Seagulls Destroyed a Hotel Room

Seagull_2Just read one of the funniest stories ever in The New York Times about seagulls destroying a hotel room in British Columbia when Nick Burchill left a suitcase filled with pepperoni in his room next to an open window and about 40 sea gulls invaded the room, drawn by the smell of the meat. Read more of this post

“What’s Making Our Children Sick?”

Book-headshot-1080x484In the new book “What’s Making Our Children Sick?” California-based pediatrician Dr. Michelle Perro identifies industrially produced food – including genetically modified  foods and their associated pesticides – as a major culprit in the current health crisis. Read more of this post

Legendary Musicians Lineup on Maui to Support March For Our Lives

concert582_48919447744_1_originalRock stars Steven Tyler and Mick Fleetwood join country icons Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson to support student gun protest on Maui. The concert follows the student-organized March for Our Lives at the University of Hawaii Maui College on Saturday.

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Bill Gates’ Arizona Smart City – Where’s the Water?

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Set in Phoenix and published in 2015, the book “The Water Knife” describes a dystopian future where water is scarce, the suburbs are ghost towns and refugees from drought-stricken Texas stream across the borders. A year earlier, an article in the Smithsonian magazine prophetically warned “Arizona could run out of water in six years.” Read more of this post