By B.N. Frank
For those not familiar with Rachel Carson and her book, Silent Spring, they serve as an example of dogged persistence in publicizing the truth – no matter how uncomfortable the experience.
This PBS segment won’t be televised until May 28; however, it is currently available for streaming here.
When Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring was published in 1962, the book became a phenomenon. A passionate and eloquent warning about the long-term dangers of pesticides, the book unleashed an extraordinary national debate and was greeted by vigorous attacks from the chemical industry. But it would also inspire President John F. Kennedy to launch the first-ever investigation into the public health effects of pesticides — an investigation that would eventually result in new laws governing the regulation of these deadly agents.
by Ole Dammegard
‘Re-Mind Me’: The manual on how to dissolve the matrix, or how to reach enlightenment,or how to just live a better life.
Here is a simple guide that might help you unlock some of the most profound and deep secrets of your life. It is especially well suited for children, teenagers, adults, old timers and seekers of all ages. It is a great tool to see if you are aware of what is going on in your life. What is real, and what isn’t? How do you deal with so called good and bad? It might also help you make your life as easeful, peaceful and useful as possible.
Based on what might be universal truths, this game-manual gives you very valuable inside information that can change your life for the better – if you choose to listen.
Do you want to try out the game – or are you already playing it? (With foreword by Nalanie Chellaram)
The title Silent Spring has served as inspiration for more recent publications about sources of “Electrosmog” (including wireless WiFi radiation) which have also already been proven to cause significant biological and environmental harm. For more details, see “Wireless Silent Spring” written by Dr. Cindy Russell and “Electronic Silent Spring” written by Katie Singer.