…[I]n the peer-reviewed study published last Thursday in the journal Entropy, authors Anthony Samsel, an independent scientist and consultant, and Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at MIT, crush the industry’s claims that the herbicide glyphosate is non-toxic and as safe as aspirin.
NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America, in just 34 years.
I’m extremely skeptical of the non-photoshopness of this. As any one who has driven across the United States is aware, there are enormous swaths of virgin forest in this country. I’m pretty sure they have not all been bulldozed in the last 3 decades.
In fact, I’ve read that there are more trees in the United States than there were 100 years ago.
Recycled Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden
“Design studio, Rosenbaum, designed this garden as an inexpensive small space solution for growing herbs and spices… All you need is emptied and cleaned 2-liter PET bottles, scissors, clothesline rope, twine or wire, and two washers per bottle.”
More pictures at Treehugger
This would be a fun project
WILL be making these!!
This is excellent. No better way to be sure of the environmental-friendliness of your household cleaners than to make them yourself!
Um, this is not fake science. It is not terribly common in suburbia, but a lot of people use grazing animals to keep their grass in check.
But you probably would not want to hold the sheep’s back legs like that…