(Natural News) Before the global warming era, which began sometime during the 1980s, there was a different theory that had scientists around the world shaking in their boots: global cooling and an impending “ice age.” The global cooling scare of the 1970s is now proclaimed to be nothing more than an urban myth, but at one time it was indeed a very real concern.
Read more via Long before global warming, a “consensus” of scientists warned that global COOLING was responsible for extreme weather events — NaturalNews.com
Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch
A new study has found that exposure to certain pesticides can alter bees‘ genes, leading researchers to call for tougher regulations on the widely-used chemicals.
The study, published Wednesday in Molecular Ecology, looked at the impact of two neonicotinoidpesticides on bumblebee populations and found that they impacted genes involved in a variety of important biological processes.
via Pesticide Exposure Changes Bees’ Genes — Waking Times
Al Larson has spent four decades building hundreds of nest boxes for Western and Mountain Bluebirds. Now these homes and their inhabitants are facing the test of climate change. In 1978, Alfred Larson was looking for a hobby that would keep him busy after he retired from his job at a sawmill plant near Boise,…Read more & video: “Bluebird Man – Al Larson Wildlife Documentary”
via Meet the 96-Year-Old Man Who Turned Southern Idaho Into a Bluebird Haven — Era of Light
(Natural News) Two years in the making, the film that’s sure to send shock waves through the “environmentalism” movement has now been launched. The feature documentary Biosludged is available to watch now at Biosludged.com or BrighteonFilms.com. This powerful, hard-hitting documentary features EPA whistleblower and scientist Dr. David Lewis, author of Science For Sale – How…..Read more and 2 trailers. See the full film at BrighteonFilms.com
via Biosludged feature film launched at Biosludged.com and BrighteonFilms.com – watch it now — NaturalNews.com
Svampens magiska värld öppnar för ny vetenskap. Nyligen kom en ny forskningsrapport som publicerats i “Nature – International Journal of Science”, som visar vilken effekt svampen kan ha för binas hälsa, något som vi människor kan dra nytta av i framtiden. Text: Arnt-Olav Enger | Översättning: Madeleine Lidman Den ledande forskaren bakom forskningsrapporten, mykologen Paul…..Läs mera & video in english
via Ny överraskande forskning – svamp räddar världens bisamhällen — TV Helse i Sverige