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Report: Ties Between Environmentalism And Eugenics ‘Run Deep’

A historical analysis of the environmentalist movement released Monday revealed close ties between radical ecology, population control, and eugenics, which is still evident today in “ecofascism.” An “ultra-violent strain of white-nationalism also embraces climate science,” states the Canadian activist Cory…

NYTimes Laments Eco-Villains In Movies, Wants More Climate Lectures

The New York Times’s Cara Buckley (“a culture reporter who covers bias and equity in Hollywood”), complained Hollywood wasn’t embedding enough climate change messaging in their blockbuster movies in Saturday’s “Hollywood Sells Doom, Not Hope On Climate — Critics say…

Arecibo Observatory gets $12.3 million grant

Arecibo in Puerto Rico was completed in 1963. In recent years, it has weathered multiple hurricanes. The emergency supplemental funds – supported by the U.S. Congress – represent an investment in the future of this large, famous and much-loved radio dish.

What to do at the Bird Fair on Saturday

09:30 Champagne and birds Keith Betton (Hobby) 10:00 Making an impact – using film to help stop illegal bird persecution Ruth Peacey (Osprey) OR Wild women do Amy-Jane Beer (Hobby) or Wilding – the return of nature to a British…

Check Out This Wicked Awesome Tesla Model 3 Inspired By Star Wars

There’s no doubt that Peter Litherland is a serious Star Wars fan. Growing up in Vancouver, Peter dragged his Mom to the theater to see the original Star Wars film back in 1977. Nowadays, he dresses up as a Star Wars character every year for Halloween. So, when Peter decided to get a Tesla Model 3, he had an idea

Michael Moore-Backed Doc Tackles Green Energy’s ‘False Promises’

What if alternative energy isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? That’s the provocative question explored in the documentary Planet of the Humans, which is backed and promoted by filmmaker Michael Moore and directed by one of his longtime collaborators….

Climatic Coffee Crisis? No, Just Another Global Warming Storm In A Teacup

In case you missed July’s good news for coffee drinkers, it was this – they are not likely to be deprived of their daily fix any time soon. The bad news perhaps was for the coffee producers. An oversupply of…