A supervolcano that could destroy humanity is ready to erupt – and NASA is trying to figure out how to contain it…..
Cambrian Wildwood: Rewilding in action – restoring habitats and species, connecting people with wildlife and wild places…..
North Wales Little Folk. A man dressed in green. Welsh Pixies…..
Fluoride Detox: How to Remove the Toxin from Your Body (100% Science-Based)…..
The environmental costs of fast fashion…..
Experts Review of 107 Scientific Studies: Cholesterol Does Not Cause Heart Disease – Statin Drugs are Useless…..
Pentre Ifan prehistoric monument daubed with graffiti…..
Ben Emlyn-Jones interviews with Chris Turner…..
Judge who jailed fracking protesters with ‘excessive’ sentence has family links to oil and gas firm…..
Wild Foods: The Blushing Wood Mushroom, Agaricus silvaticus…..
Wild Foods: Hen of the Woods, Maitaki mushroom, Grifola frondosa…..
If I Had You, The Korgis…..
Below Yellowstone National Park, there’s a huge magma reservoir that has the potential to destroy humanity.
Yellowstone erupts roughly every 600,000 years, and it’s about 600,000 years since it last exploded.
An eruption at Yellowstone National Park could lead to the end of human civilisation.
However, NASA has a plan that could prevent such an explosion and could also create a geothermal plant to generate electricity.
What images go through your mind when you think of the end of the world?
Asteroids? Perhaps a world war? Climate change? Or even aliens? Even if some of these things are realistic, there’s a much greater threat lurking beneath Earth’s surface that could put an end to human civilisation — and very few know about it.
According to a report by the BBC, even NASA sees them as one of the greatest natural threats to humanity: supervolcanoes.
A supervolcano that could destroy humanity is ready to erupt – and NASA is trying to figure out how to contain it
On moonlit moors, beneath sunny glades, in leafy woods and by fern fringed rivers, a wild landscape awaits. Red squirrels in the treetops, wild horses on the hills, water voles by the riverbank, pine martens slinking down tree trunks. Follow trails through the Wildwood, and camp under the stars. Cambrian Wildwood is a place to immerse yourself in nature, a retreat for animals and people.
Cambrian Wildwood: Rewilding in action – restoring habitats and species, connecting people with wildlife and wild places
Fluoride is a known neurotoxin with severe health effects, but it is still being added to our water supplies all across the country.
And fluoridated tap water is only the tip of the iceberg. Excessive fluoride can be found in many foods, toothpaste, cookware, medications…
If you can no longer tolerate this situation, this post will help you with 2 things:
1. It will tell you how to remove fluoride from your body that has already accumulated.
2. You will learn how to reduce your overall fluoride exposure and avoid it in the first place.
All statements are research-based and backed by real studies. No mumbo jumbo, no distortion of the facts. Ready? Let’s go!
Fluoride Detox: How to Remove the Toxin from Your Body (100% Science-Based)
It’s tough to love our clothes and keep wearing them for longer when we are faced with a tempting array of newness on offer in the shops. But before you head out into the January sales for those irresistible deals, spare a thought for the impact of fast fashion on the environment.
Fast fashion focuses on speed and low costs in order to deliver frequent new collections inspired by catwalk looks or celebrity styles. But it is particularly bad for the environment, as pressure to reduce cost and the time it takes to get a product from design to shop floor means that environmental corners are more likely to be cut. Criticisms of fast fashion include its negative environmental impact, water pollution, the use of toxic chemicals and increasing levels of textile waste.
Vibrant colours, prints and fabric finishes are appealing features of fashion garments, but many of these are achieved with toxic chemicals. Textile dyeing is the second largest polluter of clean water globally, after agriculture. Greenpeace’s recent Detox campaign has been instrumental in pressuring fashion brands to take action to remove toxic chemicals from their supply chains, after it tested a number of brands’ products and confirmed the presence of hazardous chemicals. Many of these are banned or strictly regulated in various countries because they are toxic, bio-accumulative (meaning the substance builds up in an organism faster than the organism can excrete or metabolise it), disruptive to hormones and carcinogenic.
The environmental costs of fast fashion
A recent massive study review coordinated by 16 medical scholars and practicing MDs throughout England, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Sweden, and the USA has confirmed the falsity of the lipid theory of heart disease that blames cholesterol, and the disinformation and dangers of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs.
Experts Review of 107 Scientific Studies: Cholesterol Does Not Cause Heart Disease – Statin Drugs are Useless
Vandalism is being investigated at one of Wales’ most famous prehistoric monuments.
The standing stones of Pentre Ifan are all that remain of a burial mound near Nevern in northern Pembrokeshire.
Graffiti symbols have been painted on two of the standing stones.
Dyfed-Powys Police described Pentre Ifan as an ancient monument of “immense national and international significance” and said its investigation was a “priority”.
Pentre Ifan prehistoric monument daubed with graffiti
This Thursday evening on the HPANWO Show: Chris Turner, a documentary film-maker who is currently working on several productions about the paranormal and cryptozoology. See: https://www.dontmentionthereptilians.com/ and: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUzkJATWF2qX8onRJae96GA. See here for Chris’ previous appearance on the HPANWO Show: https://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.com/2016/03/programme-180-podcast-chris-turner.html.
A judge criticised for handing prison sentences to three fracking protesters has family links to the oil and gas industry.
Judge Robert Altham jailed Simon Blevins, 26, Richard Roberts, 36, and Richard Loizou, 31, over their demonstration at a Cuadrilla site.
The trio, known as the “Fracking Three”, are believed to be the first environmental activists to be imprisoned for public nuisance since 1932.
Critics have claimed the punishment was “manifestly excessive”. Now the Daily Mirror can reveal the Altham family business supplies the Irish Sea oil and gas industry.
J.C. Altham and Sons is believed to be part of the supply chain for energy giant Centrica, which has invested tens of millions of pounds in fracking.
Judge who jailed fracking protesters with ‘excessive’ sentence has family links to oil and gas firm