Category Archives: Science of Water

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BPA alternative present in plastic just as harmful to embryonic development and reproductive system in animal study

(NaturalNews) Over the years, a body of research has accumulated showing that bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical used to make certain plastics and resins, can impair the human endocrine system and lead to serious health complications. Unfortunately, BPA alternatives, like … Continue reading

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Fukushima Coverup: Accident was worse than Americans Know

As usual, the Hussein Soetoro administration, Congress and the lamestream enemedia have made sure to keep the citizens of this nation focused on “fluff ‘n stuff” while more important issues are pushed to the back burner or ignored altogether. Yet, … Continue reading

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Doomsday Preppers Season Finale

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The Role of Assumptions in the Adoption of a Pollution Control Landmark

Science, Politics, Law and the Arc of the Clean Water Act: The Role of Assumptions in the Adoption of a Pollution Control Landmark Robert L. Glicksman, George Washington University Law School Matthew R. Batzel, Unknown Abstract This article examines the … Continue reading

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