Antibiotics, Hip Pain and Drug Wars

The continuing use of antibiotics in agriculture, the surprising source of hip pain and the failure of the war on drugs.

Innocent Man Hospitalized for Months, Permanently Disabled After Cops Mistook His Stroke for DUI

Instead of getting an innocent man medical help that he needed for a stroke, cops accused him of being drunk and arrested him.

Death and Decomposition

Are humans destroying the circle of life? #decomposition #death #burial #ecosystem Check out episode 1 of Vitals! might also like:The Top 5 Strangest Poisons That Can

Amazon Caught Throwing Away Tons of Unexpired Food as US Faces Unprecedented Food Insecurity

A source inside an Amazon warehouse revealed a disturbing practice of destroying good food as Americans face a food scarcity crisis.

WATCH: Cop Calmly Tells Veteran to Put Gun Down, He Does, Cop Shoots Him Anyway

A lawsuit was just settled for millions after video showed police shoot a man who complied with their order to put down the gun.

WATCH: Cop Smashes Surrendered Unarmed Teen’s Head In With His Pistol—Not Fired or Charged

A violent police officer was caught on witness video using his pistol to bash in the head of a teen driver who had his hands up and was complying.

Hundreds of Kids as Young as 7, Jailed in Tennessee, Some for Crimes That Don’t Exist

Half of all children going through the court system were locked in cages — a rate ten times higher than the state average — many of them, locked up illegally.

Australia Building ‘Quarantine Facilities’ For People ‘Who Might Not Have Had Access to Vaccination’

Facility being built to house "people coming from other parts of the world where COVID continues to be rampant, where there might be new strains, where they might not have had access to vaccination."

Corporate Media Largely Silent as Millions Protest Vaccine Mandates Worldwide

You must ask yourself why. Why is the mainstream media refusing to report on the massive backlash, worldwide, against the vaccine mandates?

Nothing Scary About That: US Army Showcasing Robot Dogs With Rifles for Heads

So hey they’ve started mounting sniper rifles on robodogs...

Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping workout trend

Pre-workout powders should be diluted in water, but some gym-goers are eating it neat. Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping workout trend The post Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping worko

Man Facing 30 Years for Shooting Down Police Drone — ‘Harassing Him’ on His Property

A Florida man is facing the rest of his life in a cage for shooting down a police drone he said was harassing him on his property.

Cop Finds SD Card in Dept Locker Room Belonging to Officer Who Was Secretly Recording Child Undress

A cop has been sentenced to ten years after a fellow cop found an SD card on the department's locker room floor with utterly disturbing images on it.

Frontline Workers to Wear Panic Buttons Amidst Spike in Assaults Against Employees | New Law Makes It a Class D Misdemeanor

Between 300 to 400 frontline workers are set to wear panic buttons amidst the increase of assaults made against employees. Learn more. Frontline Workers to Wear Panic Buttons Amidst Spike in Assaults

These 6 CBD Oils Say They Can Keep Joint Pain Away

What makes CBD one of the hot new kids on the #wellness block? Research suggests that it can ease anxiety, kick inflammation to the curb, and even relieve pain. Convenience is also a factor for this

Better Pizza Through Chemistry

This week we show you how two simple changes can turn cardboard-y pizza into award winning pie (okay, award-winning might be a slight exaggeration, but we awarded ourselves a win, so deal with it). H

Science of Concrete & the Surfside Condo Collapse

Even earthquakes aren’t supposed to bring down concrete buildings. So how did the Surfside Condominium—a modern building built in 1981—fail?You might also like:How Can Fertilizer Explode?https:

Vegan Oyster Mushroom Caesar Salad

The star of this Vegan Caesar Salad is the oyster mushrooms that we sear using a special pressing method that makes it umami-rich and crunchy on the outside while juicy and flavor-packed inside. Vega

Roasted Tomato Salsa

The deep, caramelized flavors of roasted tomatoes and onions alongside the smokiness of the chipotles equals an incredibly good salsa. Continue reading Roasted Tomato Salsa on 101 Cookbooks Roasted T

Are We Standing on a Quadrillion Tons of Diamonds?

There might be a quadrillion tons of diamonds 100 miles below Earth’s surface. But the furthest we’ve traveled is 7 miles down, so how could we know that? #diamonds #seismicwaves #earthYou might

Plastic Rain

Every year more than 1,000 tons of plastic rains down onto national parks and wilderness in the western U.S. Where does that plastic come from? And is it also in rain that falls on Washington, DC?#mi

We Tried to Preserve a Strawberry Forever. Things Got…Ugly

To learn more about preservatives, check out George’s book’ve heard of the epoxy hot dog, but how about the epoxy strawberry? On this week’s episode we’re

How Does Sunscreen Work? Can it Really Prevent Wrinkles and Cancer?

To learn more about sunscreen, check out Ingredients at Does slathering on sunscreen do anything beyond preventing a sunburn? Can it actually stop us from getting

How Carbon Capture Works

Elon Musk is shelling out a hundred millions dollars to anyone who can come up with a way of removing CO2 from our atmosphere. Time to win that sweet, sweet carbon capture money.Here’s that very co

How Lead (Maybe?) Caused the Downfall of the Roman Empire

Ancient Rome’s emperors did some pretty bizarre stuff—bursting into uncontrollable fits of laughter, appointing a horse as a priest, dressing in animal skins and attacking people… the list goes

Pub Chemistry Trivia to Help You Interact With Humans

Excited to get back out in the world but worried you’ve forgotten how to talk to other humans? We have some chemistry trivia to help ease you back in.#trivia #chemistry++ Note: A viewer pointed out

Cecilia Chiang, Who Revolutionized American Chinese Food, Dies At 100

In 1961, Chiang opened San Francisco's The Mandarin, a high-end Chinese restaurant that served authentic fare. Today, her DNA is all over American Chinese food, from P.F. Chang's to Panda Express.

Food Banks Get The Love, But SNAP Does More To Fight Hunger

The charitable organizations called food banks are getting a lot of attention and donations right now. But they aren't nearly as important or effective as SNAP, formerly known as food stamps.

Food Shortages? Nope, Too Much Food In The Wrong Places

Some Americans, fearing food shortages from COVID-19, have cleaned out supermarket shelves. Yet there's too much food in some places. Farmers are dumping milk and vegetables that they can't sell.

'Essential' Status Means Jobs For Farmworkers, But Greater Virus Risk

Farmworkers are still working during the coronavirus epidemic. They're essential. But they're also at greater risk of infection.

Judge Blocks Rule That Would Have Kicked 700,000 People Off SNAP

The rule, which was to take effect April 1, would have tightened work requirements for some food stamp recipients. But a judge said flexibility in food aid is needed amid a pandemic.

Why Taller Grass Can Be Bad News For Grasshoppers

Grass on the prairie is growing taller because there's now more carbon dioxide in the air. Paradoxically, though, this might be hurting wildlife, because the grass is less nutritious.

An Airbnb For Farmland Hits A Snag, As Farmers Raise Data Privacy Concerns

The Internet startup Tillable wants to match farmers with farmland available for rent. The problem? Farmers already on that land fear their farm data is being used against them.

As Warm Winters Mess With Nut Trees' Sex Lives, Farmers Help Them 'Netflix And Chill'

Many fruit and nut trees need cold weather to bloom, which is becoming less common in a warming climate. So, farmers and scientists are teaming up to find ways to help orchards chill out and cope.

Dates Like Jesus Ate? Scientists Revive Ancient Trees From 2,000-Year-Old Seeds

Researchers in Israel have grown date palm trees from ancient seeds found at the same site as the Dead Sea Scrolls. Those trees might soon produce fruit, re-creating the taste of antiquity.

Pesticide Police, Overwhelmed By Dicamba Complaints, Ask EPA For Help

Across the Midwest, millions of acres of farmland have been damaged by dicamba, an herbicide that can harm crops not engineered to withstand it. There are so many cases, regulators can't keep up.


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