Innovative Engineer Sentenced to Prison for Recycling Old Computers Instead of Trashing Them

By Jack Burns Eric Lundgren, an innovative mechanism engineer, may have to spend 15 months in jail for saving the sourroundings and recycling computers. Even yet Lundgren has a successful mechanism recycling business, the suspicion of throwing divided or destroying so many PCs was unsettling. So he hatched a devise …

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Solar Storm Will Strike Earth Tonight, “Weak Power Grid Fluctuations” Possible

February 15, 2018 By Mac Slavo The NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center forecasts an halo could light up the sky above areas in the United States including Michigan and Maine.  A solar storm, which occurred Monday, is approaching to strike Earth tonight. On Monday, the object separate out a slew of charged particles …

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Most Don’t Question “Sensitivity” To Air Pollution But Still Question “Sensitivity” To Electrical Pollution

January 17, 2018 By B.N. Frank As many as 1/3 are affected.  Symptoms from bearing to Electrosmog vary. We already know that some people and animals are some-more adversely influenced by air wickedness than others.  Many of them are diagnosed with conditions like allergies, asthma, COPD, etc. Some people and …

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Why Is There More “Flu” This Season: An Uncommon Investigation

January 17, 2018 By Catherine J. Frompovich Even with all the admonitions to accept annual influenza vaccines, which really don’t strengthen people [1] but actually destabilize human defence systems, along with daily media reports of flourishing numbers of ostensible influenza (flu) outbreaks, we got to wondering given that was happening …

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Microwaving Nature: Wi-Fi Stations in Campgrounds, Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries Accommodate Visitors While Nuking Everything Else

December 30, 2017 By B.N. Frank Most would determine that there have been many advantages supposing by new technology.  We are now all so accustomed to having it everywhere that campgrounds, parks, wildlife sanctuaries, and the like have commissioned Wi-Fi stations to accommodate visitors.  This has turn a tender understanding …

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