Monsanto’s Empire is Beginning To Crumble | Monsanto has terminated 16% of its workforce in recent months, as demand for GMO crops continues to plummet (and organics skyrocket!)

The Truth is the LIGHT

Monsanto's Empire is Beginning To Crumble

GMOs have never been a viable health option, but propaganda has continued to indoctrinate the unawakened into the belief that they are safe, for “everything is ok in moderation,“ right?
vandana shiv antigmoNo. Not everything is ok in moderation. Consuming poison, in any amount, generally has deleterious effects on the body. With food the effects are severe yet hidden behind flavor-enhanced products that bypass our normal process of associating reduced health function with diet. In other words, society as a whole has been trained to ignore the signals from their body telling them daily habits are not sustainable. 

And companies like Monsanto have pushed all manner of toxic food onto the sleeping masses who happily lap them up and demand…

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Nosey the Elephant Needs Your Help in Florida!

Urge facilities that regularly host the suffering elephant Nosey to pledge never to force her to give painful rides again!

Source: Nosey the Elephant Needs Your Help in Florida!

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The Ultimate Vegan Baking Cheat Sheet

Many of your favorite recipes can easily be made vegan by substituting a few key ingredients. Use this list to get started!

Source: The Ultimate Vegan Baking Cheat Sheet

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Snowshoe hares face climate change challenge

Summit County Citizens Voice

asdf Can snowshoe hares survive global warming? Photo courtesy Kim Fenske.

‘That mismatch does indeed kill’

Staff Report

For millennia, snowshoe hares have camouflaged themselves from predators by blending in with their surroundings, turning pure white in the winter to blend in with the snow, then brown in the summer.

But climate change is shifting the timing of the snow season, and the hares may not be able to adapt in time, according to a North Carolina State University study published in the journal Ecology Letters.

Based on field research with radio-collared snowshoe hares in Montana, mismatched snowshoe hares suffer a 7 percent drop in their weekly survival rate when snow comes late or leaves early and white hares stand out to predators like “light bulbs” against their snowless backgrounds.

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