By Lorraine Chow –ecowatch.com
The uranium industry and its political pals want President Trump to open 1 million acres near Grand Canyon National Park to new toxic uranium mining.
The Grand Canyon region already suffers from a deadly legacy of uranium pollution from past mining. New mining would worsen that by industrializing the landscape while threatening endangered species, American Indian sacred sites and aquifers that feed Grand Canyon’s springs.
To avoid those impacts, the Obama administration in 2012 banned new uranium mining across 1 million acres near the park. Now uranium proponents want Trump to lift that ban. The world—and especially Grand Canyon—doesn’t need any more deadly uranium pollution.
Please sign this petition now to demand that President Trump protect the Grand Canyon from uranium mining.
Add your name here: https://actionsprout.io/945565
Zen Gardner, Contributor
Mankind is an experiment. No experiment can go wrong as they are simply experiments. We exist in a conscious universe, one of innumerable coexisting universes. Since the creative universe is conscious we know intention is involved. A sequence of choices or agreements were made of some fashion to bring this world and our habitation of it into being. This includes our own willing agreement since we too are fractals of eternal consciousness in a loving Universe.
The experiment on our planet and perhaps others in our Universe is to see what would happen when an infinitely gifted awareness with free will was dropped into a lower density existence where it experiences limitation and a temporary forgetfulness of its true state. What would this race respond to? How would it react? What would it do, with the added gift of Gaia as its beautiful home?
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In his poems of the Iliad, the Greek Philosopher Homer introduces us to the mythical city of Troy, which remained a curiosity to many until the late 1870s when Heinrich Schliemann, on a hunch, began excavating the remains of an ancient city in Turkey.
Although he was an amateur archaeologist and his methods were considered somewhat outlandish, Schliemann would evidentially find Troy and confirm its place in history.
Most historians consider Plato’s description of Atlantis, written in Timaeus, was simple story-telling as told to him by Solon, an Athenian traveler, and not a true place in Earth’s historic past.
And yet, on closer inspection, we learn that Solon had heard about Atlantis from Egyptian priests who described the true antiquity of Earth and civilizations that had come and gone in the distant past….
Read more at: Humans Are Free
Underwater scanned image of structures off the coast of Bimini.
(Image provided by William Donato).