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Anthony Gucciardi | 2015 may be the tipping point.

Christina Sarich | Biotech would grow GMOs without labels or consumer input.

KTUU | Parents in Eagle River have complained to police about a small drone aircraft that they say has been spotted this week following school children and hovering near homes.

Campus Reform | Speaking to students at the University at Albany, Bill Nye the Science Guy said that a carbon tax was needed for the purpose of redistributing wealth.

London Guardian | Social network prepares to use solar-powered drones with wingspan of a commercial airliner to beam internet access to rural areas.

Andre Evans | $170 BILLION spent on managing exposure in EU.

Jeremy Jaxen | Yet we still spray it everywhere.

RT | Chinese 3D tech company Sanya Sihai has created a bright orange electric-powered sedan which cost just $1,770 to manufacture.

Christina Sarich | Fueling multiple antibiotic-resistant superbugs.

RT | A 1,000 meter-wide asteroid is heading towards Earth this week.

London Independent | New theory could help explain dark energy and other scientific puzzles.

Zero Hedge | Fukushima won’t be truly safe until engineers can remove the reactors’ nuclear fuel.

Anthony Gucciardi | Will the WHO make the change?

Washington’s Blog | The Associated Press reports that “the world’s most-popular weed killer” has been discovered to be “a likely cause of cancer”.

Anthony Gucciardi | And it isn’t the first time.

Washington Post | Every now and then, the universe rises to make clear the enormity of its size.

Mike Barrett | But the damage doesn’t end there.

Mike Barrett | Monsanto openly disagrees.

London Telegraph | Scientists at Cern could prove the controversial theory of ‘rainbow gravity’ which suggests that the universe stretches back into time infinitely, with no Big Bang.

Christina Sarich | Food economists say yes – here’s why.

New American | The U.S. Tornado count for March 2015 stands at — zero. That’s right: Zero. Zilch. Nada.

Heartland | “I am skeptical humans are the main cause of climate change and that it will be catastrophic in the near future.”

Daily Express | SCIENTISTS conducting a mindbending experiment at the Large Hadron Collider next week hope to connect with a PARALLEL UNIVERSE outside of our own.

Fortune | New advances in facial recognition are a step forward for an artificial intelligence technique called deep learning.

USA TODAY | The Federal Aviation Administration approved Amazon Logistics Inc. on Thursday to fly drones experimentally.

Christina Sarich | Polluting San Diego’s waters.

Mac Slavo | The water crisis in California is reaching epic proportions.

Time | Genetic research is advancing to the day when gay couples could fulfill their dreams of having children related to them both.

Prison Planet.com | SXSW hosted a discussion on GMO’s in which the biotech industry refused to debate the safety of their food.

Mike Barrett | Tell Congress to drop this corporate hand-out of a bill!

Christina Sarich | Leading to obesity, diabetes, and more.

London Independent | Eclipses have long been feared as bad omens, but the equinox is celebrated as a time of renewal.

Mark Dice | South by Southwest protest by StopTheRobots.org.

Mike Barrett | Another victory for the public.

New American | The end of “life as we know it on Earth”.

Jefferey Jaxon | Citizens are paying for poison.

Mac Slavo | No hesitation in calling for mandatory water rationing and other measures to cut water uses.

London Independent | The new gene-editing method could eliminate inherited diseases from affected families.

MIKE BARRETT | Even if it meant facing a federal criminal charge.

Mac Slavo | The potential for a devastating EMP resulting from a massive solar event, or a man made weapon, is well known.

Ars Technica | What are the chances unrelated state-sponsored projects were both named “BACKSNARF”?

Christina Sarich | A class action lawsuit against the maker of Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt, and Pillsbury cinnamon rolls was just certified by a federal judge.

Christina Sarich | Is this how we should treat medicine?

Christina Sarich | Just another problem.

Anthony Gucciardi | McDonald’s, Burger King try to survive.

Daily Caller | When Dr. Roy Spencer looked up summer temperature data for the U.S. Corn Belt, it showed no warming trend for over a century.

Christina Sarich | Sounds like it’s time for a boycott.

Nextgov.com | A little-known Virginia startup company – with an unfortunate name.

Christina Sarich | Is big biotech immune to everything?

Christina Sarich | And is now being sued, again.

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