2012 November News Archive Seekers of the Truth

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November 28, 2012

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Arctic Sea Ice Larger than US Melted this Year

An area of Arctic sea ice bigger than the United States melted this year, according the UN weather agency, which said the dramatic decline illustrates that climate change is happening "before our eyes."

Arctic Thaw Raises Stakes in Global struggle to Cut Carbon

The massive release of methane and other gases from the Arctic will make it tougher to meet human greenhouse gas cuts, but the scale of the problem will still be determined by how much fossil fuel is burned by humans over coming decades, scientists say.

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Google Street View Maps Ski Slopes, Expands in Arctic

Want to enjoy a winter wonderland this holiday season, but don't care to step outside into the chilly temperatures? Do some armchair vacationing in the Canadian Arctic, one of the newest stops for Google's Street View.

Seven Key Ways Organic Farming Is Superior To Industrial Agriculture

Rodale Institute found that organic farming out performed industrial farming in the areas of yield, profits, energy usage and greenhouse gasses.

Confirmed: US Planned to Nuke the Moon

In a secret project recently discovered, the United States planned to blow up the moon with a nuclear bomb in the 1950s as a display of the country’s strength during the Cold War space race.

Resveratrol Essential Element In The Fight Against Prostate Cancer

Resveratrol alters gene expression to protect against cancerous tumor formation and progression.

They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside

For more than 200 years, the book concealed the arcane rituals of an ancient order. But cracking the code only deepened the mystery.

Maine Farmers Get A Second Chance To Win Court War With Monsanto

Farmers in Maine will have another shot at agri-business giant Monsanto when a federal appeals court agreed to hear a lawsuit they filed after it had been dismissed by a lower court.

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Cycle And Walking 'Must Be Norm' For Short Journeys

The advisory body called on councils to do more to make walking and cycling an easier option in local communities.

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11 Legitimate Reasons for Becoming a Crazy Vegan

As trendy as it may have become in recent years, going vegan is no small feat. It's a serious, hands-on, full-time-job-like commitment.

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Corporate Giant Comes Out Against GMOs

Kaiser Permanente, the largest managed healthcare organization in the United States, has advised its members against GMOs in food.

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'Oblong Object' Appears after Burst of Light over Arizona Highway

The Arizona witness was driving when a burst of light was noticed and then an 'oblong object' appeared out of the light on November 25, 2012.

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Want Cleaner Coal? Go to China

Why American entrepreneurs are testing their technology overseas.

Gene Scientist Tells Public Why GMOs Are Unsafe

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), such as Bt corn, Bt eggplant, and ‘golden rice’ pose significant risks to human health and the environment, a gene scientist warned today.

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How BP's Historic Deepwater Horizon Fine will be Paid by the US Military

The US justice department says its fine on BP is exemplary, but the oil giant makes more in profits from military contracts alone.

The Effect of Electrosmog on Your Vibration

We’re often speaking about the negative affects of electrosmog on our vibration. How it contracts us down and then disrupts higher consciousness connection.

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