Category Archives: Environmental Health

Extinction is Truly Forever

(c) Copyright 2005-2013 David Dilworth Some claim that toxic pollution or burning fossil fuels is the most devastating damage humans have done to our earth. Now of course, those are deadly serious problems, but are they the longest lasting harm … Continue reading

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Risk Assessment is a License to Kill

(c) Copyright 2001-2013 David j Dilworth “Risk Assessment” is Fraud. It ┬áis actually a highly disguised political choice to commit deadly harm. It actually answers the perverse question “How can I get away with all the environmental and human damage … Continue reading

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How Can I Find Genuine Pesticide-Free Food?

(c) Copyright 2001-2013 David Dilworth Repeat after me — Pesticides are deadly poisons. They are explicitly intended, designed, manufactured, used and applied to kill. Period. Exclamation Point ! Pesticides have been intentionally applied abundantly to most food we consume in … Continue reading

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How Ecological Interdependence Affects You

How Ecological Interdependence Affects You or Why We Can’t Stop Holding Hands with all our Biota Neighbors Copyright 2002-2012 David Dilworth Sea Otters and Kelp (c) Copyright 2008 David Dilworth Here are some principles and examples of how very different … Continue reading

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