14 Apr '11, 3am

Global Radiation Levels 'No Longer Negligable' In Milk, Water, Produce

It is important for us to reduce using energy that is powered by fossil fuels or nuclear. This is clear and the reasons are obvious. However, there is not a shortage of energy on this planet or anywhere in the universe. The public are simply lacking being presented with any other viable alternative to these main centrally created and distributed forms of electricity. Why? Because the framework for the current global economics model relies on depence and control. It is all too easy to blame the public for the problem. But when put in a cage and presented with choices that all suppress independence, empowerment and ultimately sustainability then is it really the public who are to blame? I think not. For many decades the myth of energy shortage on this earth has been pedalled. For so long, in fact, that even environmentalists believe it and have made it their mantra. Fossil f...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/real-food/blog/radiation-leve...

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