Tag Archive: oil

Jul 15

“The Dividing Line” by Liam Scheff

The Dividing Line by Liam Scheff The Choice Will Be Yours, Mine and Ours. Divided We Stand, United We Fall: Solar, Wind, Oil, Coal, Nuclear. The arguments pile up in disorganized, swaying towers, in colonies and countries of data – kilowatt hours and gigawatt years, energy returns and investments, environmental damage done and reversed, savings …

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Nov 17

Xenoestrogens, Birth Control Pills, Sexual Revolution Wussification, Prostate Cancer, Growing Earth Theory, Gold Prognostication, 7 Ailments Not Needing Insurance and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show November 17, 2011

Cygnus-loop

RSB might barely be able to contain the energy in the room, as Richard Pearl (Pearls of Health radio) joins Liam Scheff in a wild-eyed, outrageous discussion of… well… just about everything on earth, and beyond. Listener discretion is advised today due to adult themes and discussions of things never addressed so seriously in the …

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Aug 18

Are You Ready For A World Without Antibiotics?

Which Statin Would You Like With Your Burger?

Aug 18

Are You Ready For A World Without Antibiotics?

Just 65 years ago, David Livermore’s paternal grandmother died following an operation to remove her appendix. It didn’t go well, but it was not the surgery that killed her. She succumbed to a series of infections that the pre-penicillin world had no drugs to treat. Welcome to the future. The era of antibiotics is coming …

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Jul 19

Price Of Olive Oil Skyrockets As Greece Financial Crisis Grows

Putting a bottle of olive oil into your shopping trolley is about to become more expensive because of Europe’s financial crisis. In an unexpected spin-off from the Eurozone contagion hitting Mediterranean countries, Greek producers uncertain about the future of the debt-laden state are hoarding stocks of olive oil rather than selling them on the open …

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Jun 18

Corporate Greed Could Destroy Human Civilization

What’s most striking about the present BP oil catastrophe is not that it is an aberration but rather part of a dangerous pattern of mankind’s propensity to destroy nature. To destroy life in a large region of an ocean isn’t even new: The world already has over two hundred “dead zones” where fish can’t live …

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