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Migrant Washes his Behind at Public Fountain in Italy

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You’re going to LOVE the new Europe! A migrant was caught on camera washing his a$$ at a public fountain. The man is seen washing his a$$. Then he grabs a little drinkie of water. People are seen biking and walking by as he cleans his anus. Is this what the left means by cultural enrichment? Cultural enrichment in Italy. pic.twitter.com/pmnLWIZcRa @TRobinsonNewEra — Jihadi Kermit 🐸☮... 

Chemicals in Drinking Water Linked to Feminization of Men

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Atrazine, which was banned in Europe in 2005 due to its potent properties and harmful effects on animals and humans, has been found in nearly 1 in 6 Americans’ drinking water. Although the chemical has been used for more than 50 years, evidence continues to pour in that it isn’t safe for human consumption. When atrazine is found in wildlife refuges, it can be incredibly harmful and is known to... 

US Lowers Fluoride Levels In Drinking Water For First Time in 50 Years

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The United States government has finally lowered fluoride levels in drinking water for the first time in 50 years following research by Harvard and other institutions that high exposure to fluoride can lower your IQ and wreak havoc on your body. It was around 3 years ago, after all, that the government actually backed the historic study by Harvard scientists on the subject of fluoride’s devastating... 

Industrial pollution turning Canadian lakes into jelly

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The Canadian lakes are slowly but steadily turning into jelly since the industrial pollution has given jelly-clad organisms an edge over their calcium-protected competitors, researchers say, warning about potential impact on drinking water systems. A battle between competing planktons in the delicate Ontario Lakes ecosystems is being won by “jelly-clad organism” called Holopedium that’s got... 

​Los Angeles becomes largest US city to prohibit fracking

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The Los Angeles, California City Council has passed a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, making it the largest US city to prohibit the highly controversial oil and gas drilling procedure. In a 10 to 0 vote in favor of a moratorium on Friday, the Los Angeles City Council curbed “all activity associated with well stimulation, including, but not limited to, hydraulic fracturing, gravel packing, and... 

Lethal brain amoeba found in US drinking water supply for first time

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Naegleria fowleri lifecycle stages A deadly brain amoeba that has killed two children this year has been found in a drinking water supply, a first in the US, authorities said Monday. The heat-loving Naegleria fowleri has been found in the water supply system of St. Bernard Parish, southeast of New Orleans, according to tests by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The N. fowleri parasite... 

Thousands of dead pigs dumped in Chinese river

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Nearly 3,000 dead pigs have been fished out of the Huangpu River in China – a source of drinking water for millions of Shanghai residents. The number is likely to increase as the operation progresses. It is remains unknown who dumped the carcasses into the Huangpu River or what the cause of their death may have been. One possibility is that the pigs were discarded into the waters by some farmer... 

Mass fluoride over-dosing in Ireland demands urgent action

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The Irish Medical Times reveals that 70% of adults in the fluoridated Republic are above the medically-safe daily fluoride intake and this is directly due to drinking water being fluoridated. In the UK which is largely un-fluoridated, a sizeable proportion of adults are also above safe levels. Only in February 2012 the European Commission again warned that the very youngest are at greatest risk with... 

Researchers find superbugs in Delhi drinking water

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A gene that makes bugs highly resistant to almost all known antibiotics has been found in bacteria in water supplies in New Delhi used by local people for drinking, washing and cooking, scientists said on Thursday. The NDM 1 gene, which creates what some experts describe as “super superbugs”, has spread to germs that cause cholera and dysentery, and is circulating freely in other bacteria... 
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