If there was ever something that has been difficult for me to accept, it’s weakness. This is a piece that I’ve put off writing for a very long time, because … Read the rest
Sometimes you have to think that scientists don’t ever read science fiction, and thus have not even contemplated all the things that could go wrong when they do something like … Read the rest
In the hierarchy of water, from municipal to well to purchased, bottled water is generally heralded as the purest drinking water you can get. But is it really?
Often, the … Read the rest
Ah, summer. The days of puffy red bumps dotting your arms and legs. The cardiovascular campfire exercises also known as swatting mosquitoes. The pink calamine lotion designs splotched onto itchy … Read the rest
Have you ever talked to a prepper who has highly processed, nutritionally bereft foods stacked to the rafters? Oftentimes the logic behind the purchase of massive quantities of these inexpensive … Read the rest
My kitchen is about 95% clean.
No, I’m not talking about the standards of hygiene or the crud that tries to take up residence in the grout – I’m talking … Read the rest
A new law quietly passed last December contains a waiver of informed consent that eliminates the requirement of pharmaceutical companies to let you know if a medication or vaccine given … Read the rest
You probably saw the article last week about the massive recall of Sargento products. As it turns out, the Sargento products are only a drop in the bucket – there … Read the rest
What could be more wholesome than baking a loaf of homemade bread from organic ingredients, right in your own kitchen? That depends on whether you are baking it in non-toxic … Read the rest
You probably spend a lot of money making meals from pure, whole ingredients. That kind of food isn’t cheap. But if you are cooking it in low-quality – even toxic … Read the rest