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ECO-REVOLUTION: GMO Crops TORCHED in America

Though the controlled corporate media apparatus is suppressing the story, 40 tons of GMO crops were torched, prompting an FBI investigation. There has been a COMPLETE MEDIA BLACKOUT, outside of local circles has dared to mention it, perhaps because government fears that if the public learns that other people are getting fighting mad (literally), they might join in, and become an actual revolution. It was only reported locally live on KXL Radio and echoed by the Oregonian, where the ONLY web mention exists, hard to find because the headline wording is carefully avoids the most likely keywords for a search.

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Solar-Powered Public Charging Stations Will Keep New Yorker’s Phones Running

A year ago, when we covered the design firm Pensa’s pilot project to bring a solar-powered phone-charging station to a park in Brooklyn, we weren’t the only ones intrigued by the project’s potential to save lost tourists whose phones have died or other electricity-starved New Yorkers…

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Solar-Powered Public Charging Stations Will Keep New Yorker’s Phones Running

A year ago, when we covered the design firm Pensa’s pilot project to bring a solar-powered phone-charging station to a park in Brooklyn, we weren’t the only ones intrigued by the project’s potential to save lost tourists whose phones have died or other electricity-starved New Yorkers…

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Solar-Powered Public Charging Stations Will Keep New Yorker’s Phones Running

A year ago, when we covered the design firm Pensa’s pilot project to bring a solar-powered phone-charging station to a park in Brooklyn, we weren’t the only ones intrigued by the project’s potential to save lost tourists whose phones have died or other electricity-starved New Yorkers…

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This Is What Our Grocery Shelves Would Look Like Without Bees

Last winter’s so-called Beepocalypse ravaged U.S. bee colonies like nothing that had come before. The country’s beekeepers reported that 31.1% of their colonies perished in the months spanning last fall through early 2013. The number of bee casualties in that period—twice that considered natural—is in keeping with rising honeybee mortality rates of the last six years.

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