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Coronavirus Unmasking the Toxicity of Our Environment, Pollution as Problem Instead of Virus

I look into an interesting theory about COVID-19 acting on our bodies to unmask the toxicity in our environment. The key polluter hydrogen cyanide. There have been elevated levels detected in our air. Dr. Zach Bush suggests this is why COVID-19 patients are dying of oxygen deprivation, i.e. hypoxia. This is exactly what cyanide does. It makes sense that it’s […]

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Air Pollution Linked with Higher COVID-19 Death Rates

Pollution is everywhere around us. I don’t think many people are ignorant of this fact. In certain parts of the world, and within couturiers themselves, the levels of pollution vary. Pollution is breathed into our lungs, and this affects the severity of respiratory infections. SourceAs such, COVID-19 death rates are being affected by pollution levels. A new study has looked into this […]

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Scientific Community Ignoring Synthetic Chemical Impacts on Global Change

Many people and scientists around the world are focusing on carbon dioxide as the most responsible factor for global change, specifically global climate change. Yet, the steady rise in manufacturing and release of synthetic chemicals into our environment is not being properly analyzed. The ecological effects of pharmaceuticals, pesticides and industrial chemicals is severely lacking in research, according to a […]

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Is the World Reducing Consumption of Materials (Dematerialization)? Research Says No

Are we as humans taking more from planet Earth than it can sustain and replenish? When the quantity of materials required to produce something is reduced over time, this is called dematerialization. The above question is the main objective behind understanding dematerialization. sourceAs there is an increase in technical performance, there is a reduction in the need for material. Technology […]

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