Hidden Beneath the Ocean’s Surface, Nearly 16 Million Tons of Microplastic

I remember as long as I have been an adult (I’m 63) watching Cleveland’s local news stories about Euclid Beach and the bacterial count; or it was the Cuyahoga River catching on Fire in 1969 (two years before I moved to Ohio), but somehow environmentalists got it into the mainstream media even around D.C. Apparrently, says , Smithsonian magazine, it had caught on fire at least a dozen times before, but this time it caught a LOT of attention. And now, 51 years later, according to Outside (magazine), it has caught on fire yet again. There is, quite horribly, 16 million tons of “microplastic” on the ocean floors, and NPR says we had (in 2015) 8 million tons of (macro)-plastic around the ocean, but this is not terribly much reported in the media, is it? But basically, on today’s featured photograph of needles and plastic Crap littering a nature preserve outside Manilla, I rest my case. We need population control, deathly badly, or is it already too late? Read More …

You are Messing Up the Human genome

The Daily Walk with Miracles We are beginning to realize that ontogeny AFFECTS phyllogeny, affects our possible evolutionary success here on earth. Our toxic environment and the GMO foods and additives we consume, and perhaps especially the radioactivity we have loosed may cause infertility and our extinction. Donald Trump 2017 “For Jobs, Faith & Values!”Support Read More …