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Why Are Large Numbers Of Birds Suddenly Dropping Dead In Multiple U.S. States?

Why Are Large Numbers Of Birds Suddenly Dropping Dead In Multiple U.S. States?

Economic Collapse, 23 June, 2021 As if we didn’t have enough weird things going on, now birds are suddenly dropping dead in large numbers all across the eastern half of the country.  Before they die, a lot of these birds are exhibiting very strange symptoms.  Experts are telling us that in many cases birds are developing “crusty or puffy eyes”, and often they appear to go completely blind.  In addition, quite a few of these dying birds lose their ability…

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“News”: Men facing fertility crisis as sperm counts plummet, epidemiologist blames hormone-disrupting chemicals

“News”: Men facing fertility crisis as sperm counts plummet, epidemiologist blames hormone-disrupting chemicals

I have known about this since the late 1990’s, but now it is “news” Newshub, 13 June, 2021   Men are facing a fertility crisis they may not be able to come back from, and an epidemiologist says hidden chemicals could be to blame. Sperm counts have halved in Western countries, including New Zealand, with a prediction most couples will have to use assisted reproduction by 2045. When Manu Fisi’ihoi and his wife Hannah were struggling to conceive, he admits…

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Catastrophe feared as fire-hit freight ship sinks off Sri Lanka coast

Catastrophe feared as fire-hit freight ship sinks off Sri Lanka coast

Amazing the ability to ignore important news. I was told about this and had to go looking. al Jazeera, 2 June, 2021 Ship bring tonnes of chemicals is sinking, federal government and navy state, in among the island country’s worst-ever marine catastrophes. A freight ship bring tonnes of chemicals is sinking off Sri Lanka’s west coast, the nation’s federal government and navy stated, in among Sri Lanka’s worst-ever marine catastrophes. Salvage specialists were trying to tow the fire-stricken container ship…

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On the state of the oceans – plastic, Fukushima and more

On the state of the oceans – plastic, Fukushima and more

RFK, Jr. and Surfer Kelly Slater Talk Plastic in the Ocean, Fukushima + More Kelly Slater, 11-time world surf champion, told Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., on the “RFK Jr The Defender Podcast,” surfers are the “canaries in the coal mine.” Children’s Health Defense Team 13 May, 2021 The Defender is experiencing censorship on many social channels. Be sure to stay in touch with the news that matters by subscribing to our top news of the day. It’s free. Kelly…

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USA: The Nation’s Corn Belt Has Lost a Third of Its Topsoil

USA: The Nation’s Corn Belt Has Lost a Third of Its Topsoil

Researchers used satellite imaging and surface soil color to find out how much of the nutrient-rich earth has eroded away An ear of corn sits on topsoil in Nebraska, part of the nation’s Corn Belt. Scientists estimate the region has lost about 35 percent of its topsoil. (Andrew Burton / Getty Images) By Becca Dzombak SMITHSONIANMAG.COM APRIL 14, 2021   Seth Watkins has been farming his family’s land in southern Iowa for decades, growing pasture for his cows as well as corn…

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Nearly 3 BILLION animals dies in the Australia fires

Nearly 3 BILLION animals dies in the Australia fires

Against this tragedy almost nothing else matters. Nearly three billion animals were killed or displaced by Australia’s devastating wildfires in 2019 and 2020, according to a new report, with experts calling it “one of the worst wildlife disasters in modern history”. The study, released on Tuesday by scientists from several Australian universities, said 2.46 billion reptiles, 180 million birds, 143 million mammals and 51 million frogs were harmed in the blazes that ripped through the country. While the report did not say…

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