The worldwide rollout of the fifth generation of wireless technology or 5G is being met with increasingly vociferous opposition from growing numbers of physicians, scientists and campaigners. But could 5G paradoxically represent a magnificent opportunity for us to change course, away from our current self-destructive trajectory?
Our planet is changing rapidly, and for the better. Despite all of the challenges we face, and the many issues that remain to be solved as well as measures being imposed on the human population that they really do not desire and have been speaking up against, like 5G, there is a lot of good news coming as a result of decades and decades of information, awareness, and activism.
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- The Facts:The Intercept, in partnership with Sentient Media, have introduced an eight-part video series about factory farms, animal agriculture and animal rights, entitled “Animal Matters.” Episode three has just been released.
- Reflect On:Why do we eat animals? Why have we been made to believe that the human body requires meat and dairy when all of the evidence points to the opposite? Why do we participate and vote with our dollar to continue subjecting innocent beings to torture?
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(Natural News) If you’ve been feeling apathetic lately, it might not just be you — it might be your pain medication. Past research has shown that taking over-the-counter pain relievers like Tylenol can dull your ability to feel empathy for others’ pain. Now, a stunning second study confirms that common drugs like Tylenol are indeed altering your brain and killing your ability to feel empathy for others. The researchers even dub acetaminophen (the generic name for Tylenol) as a “social analgesic.”