Technology Which Could Save the World

via Technology which could save the world

"This is Emma. She’s going to save the world (and cure cancer). No, not the engineer in the lab coat. Rather, the Electron Model of Many Applications in which she’s standing — a remarkable new technology which could change everything about the way we live. And which, splendidly, is based not a mile beneath Switzerland… but on boggy flatland somewhere in Cheshire."

Clean 15, the 15 Lowest Pesticide-Prone Forms of Produce

Clean 15: The 15 Lowest Pesticide-Prone Forms of Produce.

"If you don't buy organic, health experts like David Suzuki suggest avoiding toxic pesticides linked to health issues including cancer, hormone disruption, and brain toxicity, by buying from the Clean Fifteen, a list of least-contaminated fruits and vegetables, whenever possible."

Leaderless Resistance

via Leaderless Resistance — Nationalist Coalition Blog.

"… there will, no doubt, be mentally handicapped people out there who, while standing at a podium with an American flag draped in the background, and a lone eagle soaring in the sky above, will state emphatically in their best sounding red, white, and blue voice, “So what if the government is spying? We are not violating any laws."

Mitt Romney and Citizens United

Savor the irony that the same legislators who demand photo I.D.s from private citizens are giving corporations a free pass to conceal their own identities, and contributions to political campaigns.

via Mitt Romney and 'Citizens United'  Intrepid Report.com.

"Mitt Romney's inevitable re-emergence and manipulation of the 2012 presidential race comes about largely because many Republicans are dissatisfied with the alternatives. But, there's another factor, a Supreme Court ruling back in January 2010 that empowered the candidacy of a corporatist like Mr. Romney in the first place."