Sprout Culture from the Trash Culture we have now.
A culture of Empowerment… Co-operation.
Media, politics and religion have created high expectations, boredom and guilt. But an alternative is within reach. There is so much happening now that is good. People are coming together to co-create a future for ourselves and the planet as a whole. The information here is from authors whom I have assumed to know more than I do about these varied subjects. What I do know for certain is that there are many questions left unanswered by the institutions governing our society.

“…we know nothing of man – his psyche should be studied because we are the origin of all coming evil…”
Carl Gustav Jung


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Hydrogen production breakthrough could herald cheap green energy

Hydrogen production breakthrough could herald cheap green energy

Scientists have taken a major step forward in the production of hydrogen from water which could lead to a new era of cheap, clean and renewable energy. Chemists from the University of Glasgow report in a new paper in Science today (Friday 12 September) on a new form of hydrogen production which is 30 times […]

Salt Water Flow Cell Car Gets European Approval

Salt Water Flow Cell Car Gets European Approval

A car which uses an electrolyte flow cell power system is now certified for use on European roads. The car is called the Quant e-Sportlimousine, which made its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Not only does this car use salt water as a part of its NanoFlowcell technology, but it is claimed that the car has […]

Detoxify Your Body by Drinking Distilled Drinking Water: Short-Term Use Only

Water is life. We can only survive a few short days in the absence of drinking water. Our blood is composed of some 83% water with other bodily organs being comprised of both higher and lower percentages of water by volume. It is the ability of water to absorb and move nutrients through our body […]

 Engineair and the Di Pietro Motor

Engineair and the Di Pietro Motor

The Di Pietro Motor (Rotary Air Engine) The Di Pietro motor concept is based on a rotary piston. Different from existing rotary engines, the Di Pietro motor uses a simple cylindrical rotary piston (shaft driver) which rolls, without any friction, inside the cylindrical stator. The space between stator and shaft driver is divided in 6 […]

Studies link low IQ to prenatal pesticide exposure

High levels of pesticide exposure in pregnant women have been linked to lower IQs in their children, according to three separate US studies. Two studies were done in New York City and a third was in Salinas, a farming area of northern California. All spanned nearly a decade, tracking levels of pesticide in expectant mothers […]

Pesticide link to ADHD

Children exposed to higher levels of pesticide found on commercially grown fruit and vegetables in the United States were more likely to have attention deficit/hyper-activity disorder (ADHD), according to a study published on Monday. Researchers in the United States and Canada studied data from 1139 children aged between eight and 15 and found children with […]

Genetically Engineered Food Alters Our Digestive Systems!

GE organisms actually become part of the bacteria in our digestive tracts and reproduce continuously inside us. But the USDA now wants to to remove all controls from GE corn and cotton!   There are no human clinical trials of genetically engineered foods. The only published human feeding experiment revealed that genetic material inserted into […]

GM DNA Found in Milk on Italian Market

University of Catania results from the screening of 60 samples of 12 different milk brands in Italy demonstrated the presence of GM maize sequences in 15 (25%) and of GM soybean sequences in 7 samples (11.7%). Source: stopogm.net Abstract The possible transfer and accumulation of novel DNA and/or proteins in food for human consumption derived from animals […]

Feeding the World: Genetically Modified Crops v Agricultural Biodiversity

The growing demand for food poses major challenges to humankind. We have to safeguard both biodiversity and arable land for future agricultural food production, and we need to protect genetic diversity to safeguard ecosystem resilience. We must produce more food with less input, while deploying every effort to minimize risk. Original Paper: link.springer.com Abstract The growing […]

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