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The Gary Null Show – 04.18.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discusses these topics below and give his take on them. Click on title to learn more about what Gary is talking about:

UF/IFAS scientists warn of pharmaceutical peril for aquatic organisms in urban rivers

Acupuncture might help ease high blood pressure

Happily Single – The link between relationship status and well-being depends on avoidance and approach social goals

Is too much screen time damaging your child’s brain?

Gary takes a quick music break and plays: Wilson Pickett – Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You

Topical resveratrol combats skin aging

News coverage of Fukushima disaster found lacking

Fertilizer applied to fields today will pollute water for decades

Lestor R. Brown – How much will it cost to save our economy’s foundation?

By cutting down forests, humans may be giving themselves malaria

10 reasons why homelessness is more common now than just 20 years ago

Saudi Arabia threatens to sell off US assets if Congress passes 9/11 bill

Video: Former US Senator Bob Graham “Saudi role in 9/11 attacks kept secret”

Source of the Video: Florida Ex-Senator pursues claims of Saudi ties to Sept. 11 attacks

Gary gives his commentary on the video and NY Times article to end the show for today.

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TERRA DAILY – Global marine analysis suggests food chain collapse

A world-first global analysis of marine responses to climbing human CO2 emissions has painted a grim picture of future fisheries and ocean ecosystems. Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), marine ecologists from the University of Adelaide say the expected ocean acidification and warming is likely to produce a reduction in diversity and numbers of …

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Organic Farming Changes Agriculture from a Huge Carbon Source to a Carbon-DESTROYER

Approximately 35% of global greenhouse gases (GHGs) come from agriculture. Some argues that human can reverse global worming by sequestering several hundred billion tons of excess CO2 through regenerative, organic farming, ranching and land use. Increasing the soil’s organic content will not only fix carbon and reduce emissions, it will also improve the soil’s ability to retain water and nutrients …

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Organic farming can reverse the agriculture ecosystem from a carbon source to a carbon sink

Approximately 35% of global greenhouse gases (GHGs) come from agriculture. Some argues that human can reverse global worming by sequestering several hundred billion tons of excess CO2 through regenerative, organic farming, ranching and land use. Increasing the soil’s organic content will not only fix carbon and reduce emissions, it will also improve the soil’s ability to retain water and nutrients …

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IT’S ANYTHING BUT DIRT

The soil is a vast living organism, stretching across continents with an interconnected ‘mind’ – a consciousness that spans countless numbers of tiny living beings. All those living things have an energy field. A healthy soil has the combined energy field of thousands of different organisms. We are part of that energy field – when we disrupt it we disrupt …