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A study from the University of Rochester Medical Center says that boys who are born to mothers with above average levels of phthalates are more likely to exhibit feminine behaviors. Phthalates are the chemicals found in plastics that make them soft and flexible. Boys born to mothers with high exposure to phthalates were found to […]
On June 5, 2009 World Environment Day, Peruvian Amazon Indians were massacred by the government of Alan Garcia in the latest chapter of a long war to take over common lands—a war unleashed by the signing of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Peru and the United States. Three MI-17 helicopters took off from the […]
Deep packet inspection technology monitors everything that goes through the internet. It is readily available in the United States and there’s no legislation that prevents the US government from employing it. Deep packet inspection is currently used in Iran. The Iranian Government has the ability to look through everything, land line telephones, mobile telephones, email, […]