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(Natural News) Consider yourself warned, world. Stay on lock down, wear that suffocating mask all day, go broke and starve to death, or face the wrath of a boiling Earth. As reported by the IEA, the International Energy Agency, we are under “dire warning” because since we’ve re-opened businesses post Covid, citizens are causing a five percent spike in CO2 emissions. No more economic rebounds or we’ll all burst into flames and die, very soon. The IEA has issued a stern warning, telling everyone that opening up small and medium-sized businesses is “anything but sustainable” for climate control and the global warming myth.
(NaturalHealth365) According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, global fish consumption jumped 122% from 1990 to 2018. But, the alarming news is: about 50% of the fish eaten worldwide is now farm-raised. And, while fish is viewed as a “healthier alternative” to red meat, lower in saturated fat and an excellent source of protein, omega-3s, vitamin B12, vitamin D, potassium and iron … industrial farmed – or I should say – toxic salmon is no better than junk food.
The climate is changing, and it has been changing for a very long time. In fact, the climate has always been changing, and there are a myriad of factors that influence climate change like solar activity and much more. If you’re not educated on climate science, it’s easy to adopt the “doomsday” perspective that’s often dished out by mainstream media. However, when you look at what actual climate scientists are saying, it doesn’t seem like anyone on either side agrees with the media’s “climate hysteria” narrative.
December 23rd, 2018 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World Salmon is the second most popular type of seafood in the U.S. (shrimp is the first), with just over 2 pounds consumed annually, per person.1 While many love its flavor, a key reason behind its popularity has to do with its perceived health benefits. As…..Read more & video