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Russia Suspends Import of GMO Crops, Monsanto Denies Science

Russia Suspends Import of GMO Crops, Monsanto Denies Science

  Russia’s main consumer watchdog organization, Rospotrebnadzor, yesterday suspended the importof all American grown, Monsanto GMO corn, following the publication of a French study in the Food & Chemical Toxicology Journal which found that even minimal exposure to genetically modified corn caused severe liver and kidney damage, as well as mammary tumors (breast cancer) in [...]

NASA’s New Taxi Service

NASA’s New Taxi Service

The Space Shuttle program of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) came to an end in 2011.  Now NASA is outsourcing its former job of human spaceflight to entrepreneurs and other small business aerospace companies. NASA has awarded more than $1 billion in grants to three companies for development of space capsules or spaceships [...]

The X-37B Secret Space Plane

The X-37B Secret Space Plane

The U.S. Air Force’s secretive X-37B space plane which was launched in early March of 2011, is due to make its triumphant return in June 2012.  Not to brass bands and cheering crowds along a ticker-tape parade but under the nights cloak of darkness.  The primary landing site is believed to be California’s Vandenberg Air [...]

Ice Pack

Ice Pack

This time of the year, you think of Ice Pack’s as you’re planning those Summer Picnic’s and other holiday and family gatherings.  The Ice Pack you aren’t thinking about is the Arctic Ice Pack and whether or not it’s heavy or it’s fallen victim to the greatest loss in the past 30 years. This past [...]

Electric/Alternative Fuel Vehicles, No Friend of State Highway Budgets

Electric/Alternative Fuel Vehicles,  No Friend of State Highway Budgets

Electric and Alternative Fuel vehicles are promoted to be the wave of the future for our travel and the saviour of our environment.  The Federal Highway Trust Fund which is the repository for the fuel taxes each and every time you fill your tank is seeing a decline in revenue.  Not only are we driving [...]

Spaceport for Colorado?

Spaceport for Colorado?

Colorado’s Front Range Airport, located in Aurora, Colorado is looking to become the state’s first designated Spaceport.  Colorado is looking to join the current spaceport designated states of Alaska, California, Florida, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Virginia. The Front Range Airport encompasses 4,000 acres and is surrounded by another 6,000 acres of industrial zoned property [...]

Coffee Gets a Good Rap

Coffee Gets a Good Rap

  Coffee has received so much negativity over the years, but for those who like a morning cup of Joe, there’s great new research on the horizon.  After studying a large test group of approximately 400,000 people over a period of about 13 years, it was discovered that coffee drinkers may benefit from this age old staple.  Coffee [...]

Is Your Reusable Shopping Bag Making You Sick?

Is Your Reusable Shopping Bag Making You Sick?

Those increasingly mandated reusable shopping bags might not be a healthy thing for you or your environment.  A study done by the University of Arizona, has found the deadly pathogen Novovirus in reusable shopping bags. Novovirus is a common gastrointestinal disturbance of the stomach and small intestine, which can result in abdominal pain , cramping, [...]

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