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The People Living At The End Of The Proposed Keystone #KeyXXL Pipeline Are Already Sick And Dying

The People Living At The End Of The Proposed Keystone #KeyXXL Pipeline Are Already Sick And Dying | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The Total refinery in Port Arthur, TX
CREDIT: AP Port Arthur, Texas, is an oil town, home to massive refineries that process 900,000 barrels of crude oil each day, occasionally burping up columns of thick black smoke.
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#Accountability: What the #Food Industry Really Fears about #GMO Labeling #Greenpeace #health #Nuitdebout #France

#Accountability: What the #Food Industry Really Fears about #GMO Labeling #Greenpeace #health #Nuitdebout #France | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The food industry’s claim that GMO labeling will raise food costs can be easily disproved. The real reason for their opposition is a much bigger fear on their part.
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Giant #Sinkhole At #Florida Plant Leaks Polluted Water Into State Aquifer #radiation #pollution #US

Giant #Sinkhole At #Florida Plant Leaks Polluted Water Into State Aquifer #radiation #pollution #US | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
A fertilizer company says third-party tests show the water contaminated with low-level radiation has not leaked off the site into nearby wells. Residents are upset they were not informed for weeks.

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Speed of #Arctic changes defies #scientists - #Climate News Network #FF

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The Arctic climate is changing so quickly that science can barely keep track of what is happening and predict the global consequences, the UN says.
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#FF #US #Police in #military gear arrest 21 people gathered near the #Dakota Access site. #NoDAPL #Greenpeace #MSM

#FF #US #Police in #military gear arrest 21 people gathered near the #Dakota Access site. #NoDAPL #Greenpeace #MSM | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Video and photos show police arriving in armored vehicles, carrying rifles.
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The Patent That Could Destroy #Monsanto And Change The World... #fungi and waht about #mutations?

The Patent That Could Destroy #Monsanto And Change The World... #fungi and waht about #mutations? | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
If there’s anything you read – or share – let this be it.
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#America’s super polluters #Indiana #Ohio #environment #pollution

Industrial air pollution is strikingly concentrated among a small number of sites, a Center analysis found.
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#US #America drives #rainforest destruction by importing #Amazon oil, study finds

#US #America drives #rainforest destruction by importing #Amazon oil, study finds | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The report found that California, despite its green reputation, is refining the majority of crude oil – with one facility accounting for 24% of the US total
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#Climate change is projected to outpace rates of niche change in #grasses article with #GMO propaganda

#Climate change is projected to outpace rates of niche change in #grasses article with #GMO propaganda | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Global warming could rapidly threaten grasses including staple foods such as wheat and rice that provide half of all the calories consumed by humans, say scientists. A new study looking ahead to 2070 found that climate change was occurring thousands of times faster than the ability of grasses to adapt. While the research cannot predict what might happen to world food supplies as a result, the authors warn of “troubling implications”. Grass is food, both for many species of animals and humans.
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Welcome to #Auroville | Auroville #India true #vision of future

Welcome to #Auroville | Auroville #India true #vision of future | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Auroville is a universal city in the making in south-India dedicated to the ideal of human unity based on the vision of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.
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Abrupt #Climate Change & #Greenland: Prof Jason Box (September 2016) #science #MSM

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#Hillary a life full of #lies #Clinton Just Flip-Flopped On #Nuclear Power For The 9th Time

#Hillary a life full of #lies #Clinton Just Flip-Flopped On #Nuclear Power For The 9th Time | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told Scientific American the U.S. needed to explore using more nuclear power

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#Satellites help link #Texas earthquakes to #wastewater injection

#Satellites help link #Texas earthquakes to #wastewater injection | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

22.09.16. - The largest recorded earthquake in East Texas was triggered by the high-volume injections of wastewater from oil and gas activities deep underground.

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake that rattled residents and damaged buildings in East Texas in 2012 was triggered by the injection of large volumes of wastewater from oil and gas activities into rocks deep beneath the surface, a new satellite study by Stanford scientists and others confirms.

Geophysicists have long suspected that the 2012 temblor, which was the largest ever recorded in the region and followed by several strong aftershocks, was a manmade, or “induced,” quake resulting from the activities of nearby wastewater injection wells, but definitive proof had been lacking – until now.

“Our research is the first to provide an answer to the questions of why some wastewater injection causes earthquakes, where it starts and why it stops,” said study co-author William Ellsworth, a geophysics professor at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences.

In a new study, published in this week’s issue of the journal Science, Ellsworth and his co-authors used a remote sensing technique called Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar, or InSAR, to measure ground deformations near the wells in East Texas where the quake occurred. InSAR satellites use radar to detect tiny, centimeter-scale changes in the shape of Earth’s surface.

“Our study reports on the first observations of surface uplift associated with wastewater injection,” Ellsworth said. “The detection of uplift when combined with well-injection records provides a new way to study wastewater injection.”

The team focused on four high-volume wells used for disposing wastewater, located near the town of Timpson, Texas, where the 2012 quake was centered. The four wells began operations between 2005 and 2007 and at their peak injected about 200 million gallons of wastewater per year underground.

Brackish water naturally coexists with oil and gas within the Earth. After extracting this slurry using hydraulic fracturing or other techniques, drilling companies separate the “produced water” from the oil and gas and then reinject it into Earth at disposal wells. Approximately 180,000 of these disposal wells are currently in operation in the United States, primarily in Texas, California, Oklahoma and Kansas. “You can think of the wastewater as ancient ocean water,” Ellsworth said. “It’s too salty and too contaminated with other chemicals to treat economically, so the only viable solution at present is to put it back underground.”

But where that wastewater is injected can make a huge difference. Injecting wastewater at a depth of over 1 mile, two of the wastewater disposal wells the scientists examined lie directly above where the earthquake occurred. The other two wells injected similar volumes of wastewater, but at shallower depths, just over half a mile below the surface.

The InSAR measurements revealed that wastewater injection at the shallow wells resulted in detectable ground uplift up to 5 miles (8 kilometers) away but only a modest rise in pore pressure, which is the pressure of fluids within the fractures and cavities of rocks, at the depth at which earthquakes happen 2 or more miles below the surface.

Increasing pore pressure within a geologic fault can cause the two sides of the fault to slip and release seismic energy as an earthquake.

This did not happen at the shallow well sites in East Texas because a thick layer of nearly impermeable rock beneath the injection sites of the shallow wells prevented the pore pressure from migrating downward towards the crystalline basement, a deep and faulted rock layer where earthquakes originate. Instead, the injected wastewater caused a subtle uplift of several centimeters over a broad area around the injection wells.

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The new findings highlight the importance of understanding the local geology for wastewater injection operations, the scientists say. “The recent upturn in seismicity in Oklahoma and Kansas commonly happens where injection occurs close to the crystalline basement, so we’re getting lots of earthquakes in those places,” Ellsworth said. “Injecting at shallower depth above a blocking formation would reduce the ability of the pore pressures to migrate to the basement and activate the faults.”

The research also demonstrates the potential of remote sensing for understanding how and where pressure changes move through Earth. “Moving forward, we need to predict where pressures will increase in order to reduce the potential for inducing earthquakes,” Ellsworth said. “Our research uncovers new possibilities for operating wells in ways that reduce earthquake hazard.”

 


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#CADTM - #Monsanto #Bayer=MoBay, le cartel des empoisonneurs contre la planète #herbicides #pesticides

#CADTM - #Monsanto #Bayer=MoBay, le cartel des empoisonneurs contre la planète #herbicides #pesticides | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
L’Inde est embourbée dans une controverse artificielle créé par Monsanto à propos de la première culture génétiquement modifiée, censée avoir reçu le feu vert pour sa commercialisation. Impliquée dans des litiges sur plusieurs fronts, Monsanto tente de contourner nos lois sur les brevets, la loi de protection de la variété végétale, celles sur les droits des agriculteurs, sur les produits de base et sur la concurrence. Elle se comporte comme s’il n’y avait, en Inde, aucun parlement, aucune démocratie, aucune loi souveraine à laquelle elle devrait obéir. Ou tout simplement, elle s’en moque.

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Peter #Ward: Are We Headed Into Another Mass #Extinction? #TED it has already begun

Peter #Ward: Are We Headed Into Another Mass #Extinction? #TED it has already begun | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
At various times, life on earth has come close to being erased. Paleontologist Peter Ward explains what we can learn from previous mass extinctions.

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#FF Military-Style Raid Ends Native Prayer Against #Dakota Pipeline #NODAPL remember #Waco #USA #history #America

#FF Military-Style Raid Ends Native Prayer Against #Dakota Pipeline #NODAPL remember #Waco #USA #history #America | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Up to 21 people were arrested during a peaceful prayer service.
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#FF Tensions Over #Dakota Access Pipeline Intensify in Wake of #Police Raid #Greenpeace #UN #humanrights #NoDAPL

#FF Tensions Over #Dakota Access Pipeline Intensify in Wake of #Police Raid #Greenpeace #UN #humanrights #NoDAPL | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Peaceful protesters were met with a militarized police response in the days after the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux pleaded with the United Nations for action.
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#FF #India's organic rice success story proves that #GMOs are unnecessary #GMO #Monsanto #Bayer

#FF #India's organic rice success story proves that #GMOs are unnecessary #GMO #Monsanto #Bayer | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
India's organic rice success story proves that GMOs are unnecessary
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The Rabbs' Tree #Frog Just Went Extinct #extinction collapsing #ecosystems

The Rabbs' Tree #Frog Just Went Extinct #extinction collapsing #ecosystems | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
The last known member of his species has died at Atlanta Botanical Garden
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Dead whales beached in #Chile, #climate change suspected

Dead whales beached in #Chile, #climate change suspected | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Several huge whales have washed up dead over recent months on beaches in northern Chile, where scientists suspect they are moving in increasing numbers due to climate change.
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#Tokyo has responsibility to reveal #truth of #Fukushima #radiation #health #environment #pollution

#Tokyo has responsibility to reveal #truth of #Fukushima #radiation #health #environment #pollution | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

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#Evil #Monsanto Gets the First #CRISPR License to Modify Crops #GMO #MAM #Bayer

#Evil #Monsanto Gets the First #CRISPR License to Modify Crops #GMO #MAM #Bayer | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Monsanto has licensed the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing tool, which will allow the agritech giant to add and delete DNA from crops.
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Air #Pollution: The Multi Billion Dollar Damage Thx #fossil fuels #health

Air #Pollution: The Multi Billion Dollar Damage Thx #fossil fuels #health | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it

The World Bank has released a new report highlighting the fact that air pollution costs world governments billions upon billions every year and ranks among the leading causes of death worldwide. The estimates — drawn from a number of sources, including the World Health Organization’s most recently completed data sets compiled in 2013 — can for the first time begin to examine the overall welfare cost of air pollution.

 

Specifically, researches studied the amount of money that world governments must spend on health emergencies, long term illnesses and chronic conditions caused by air pollution. They also took into account missed work and unemployment subsidies. The report finds that, in terms of the economy, the burden is extremely high.

 

To be sure, some countries come out of this analysis relatively well off. For example, Iceland only loses $3 million of its gross domestic product to air pollution. Given that the country has a relatively small population and a slight industrial profile, that’s probably not that surprising though.

 

Other countries, like Liberia, performed relatively well despite their low levels of economic development. Several African nations also have low overall air pollution impact costs. Despite mid-to-high populations, infrastructure is comparatively low density in places like Malawi and Zimbabwe, so perhaps this isn’t that surprising either.

 

It’s when we get to rapidly developing and “developed” nations that the costs really start to mount up. For example, the United States is estimated to lose $45 billion every year due to air pollution, while the UK loses $7.6 billion annually. Germany comes in at $18 billion, though it will be interesting to see how the country’s renewable energy strategy might alter that figure over the coming years.

 

China, one of the most rapidly developing nations in the world, is estimated to be losing a staggering 10 percent of its overall GDP, while India is not far behind at roughly eight percent.

Financial losses will, however, seem trivial when we look at the potential human cost of air pollution.

 

The World Bank estimates that global air pollution kills roughly five and a half million people every year, or to put that another way: it will kill one out of every ten people worldwide.


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Study confirms that #fluoride causes weight gain and #depression

Study confirms that #fluoride causes weight gain and #depression | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Study confirms that fluoride causes weight gain and depression
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Wow! Toxic #Algae Blooms Set Historic Records From Coast to Coast in #America #California

Wow! Toxic #Algae Blooms Set Historic Records From Coast to Coast in #America #California | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
Toxic algal blooms have popped up in more than 20 states, with ongoing blooms choking waterways and aquatic life from California to Chesapeake Bay. In Florida
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African #elephant numbers plummet during 'worst decline in 25 years’ #extinction thx to #greed #capitalism

African #elephant numbers plummet during 'worst decline in 25 years’ #extinction thx to #greed #capitalism | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
African elephant population has contracted by around 111,000 in the past decade as a result of poaching, study finds
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The Killer #Shrimp Bullies Species into #Extinction

The Killer #Shrimp Bullies Species into #Extinction | Messenger for mother Earth | Scoop.it
New research shows this invasive crustacean isn't quite as deadly as its name suggests--but it's still causing localized extinctions
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