Researchers warn that conventional methods for treating water can trigger chemical reactions in neonicotinoid contaminants. The resulting metabolites are proven to be far more toxic than the original “neonic” pesticides. Their newest experiment followed up on their discovery of neonicotinoids in tap water sources. The team investigated the risk of the pesticides getting exposed to chlorine-based water treatments and transforming into chlorinated disinfection byproducts (DBPs). … Continue reading ALERT: Neonic pesticides in tap water react with chlorine to create hazardous chemicals that are 300 times more toxic
One would think that with so many lingering and unanswered questions about the safety of “biosludge” that regulatory authorities would, at the very least, require farmers who use the stuff to provide full, public disclosure in the interest of public safety. But unfortunately this isn’t the case. According to biosludge truth activist Craig Monk, a local resident of Midlothian, Texas, near Dallas-Fort Worth, farmers and … Continue reading Farmers who use biosolids are NOT required to tell anyone – their land is being polluted in SECRET
The article below is courtesy of Mike Adams of Natural News. Five years after residents of Flint, Michigan, were poisoned by lead in their drinking water, a judge has given them the go-ahead to sue the federal government for failing to act swiftly in ensuring the city’s drinking water was clean. In 2017, residents filed a lawsuit against the EPA arguing that the agency was … Continue reading Metals-poisoned residents of Flint, Michigan given go-ahead to sue EPA over FAKED WATER QUALITY that exposed millions to heavy metals
Apparently the Geneva Convention doesn’t protect against use in domestic agriculture. Researchers who recently examined studies sponsored by Dow Chemical and used by the EPA to approve chlorpyrifos, a type of insecticide, found inaccuracies in what the company reported to the agency. Worse, there is also evidence that EPA scientists pointed out these failings to agency officials, but were ignored. It is another example of industry using … Continue reading HEALTH ALERT: Banned For Use In War, But OK For Our Crops???