Archives: 2013 July

New on Bee Colony Collapse

July 29th, 2013, No Comments

The L.A. Times is reporting that 35 different pesticides have been found in pollen which contribute heavily to the disruption of the natural immune system of bees. The list is impressive and, as always, this blogger advises readers to test their own homes and offices for pesticide residues or other suspicious toxicants. Reduce your risk […]

Getting Ready To Publish a Book

July 23rd, 2013, No Comments

I’ve written a novel in a series entitled, “The Escargot Series”. The first two novellas will be published together and a third will follow shortly thereafter. In order, these are, “Escargot to Go”; “Escargot Gone”; and “Escargot a la Carte”. The publisher is ready but the author is still working toward registering the start-up company […]

Twenty-Three Children Dead from Pesticide Poisoning in India

July 18th, 2013, No Comments

Once again, we see schoolchildren victimized by the appearance of pesticide contamination in or around schools. This time, it was attributed to the luncheon served at a school in India as per this Reuter’s brief. I’ve already pointed out the results of pesticide poisoning as it affects schools in New York City (my own law […]

What’s Current in Environmental Issues Today?

July 15th, 2013, No Comments

I’m nursing a back injury today but wanted to let readers know where you can find up to date news on environmental tragedies, crimes and potential upgrades in these areas of our universal interest. I’ve been using this website for years to monitor important points in this increasingly dangerous world of pollution, largely preventable […]

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