Archive | November, 2021

Twenty years after MPCA refused to fund research on emerging contaminants, they ask businesses to monitor for PFAS

November 17, 2021 Barbara With According to a story in the Star Tribune, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) regulators are requesting that “a wide swath” of groups begin monitoring the state for PFAS, dangerous chemicals used across many industries that pose major threats to the environment and the health of humans and animals. This comes […]

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Editorial: Part II COVID in the age of mass formation

November 11, 2021 By Barbara With If you haven’t yet, listen to the interview about mass formation with Dr. Mattias Desmet, a Belgian professor of clinical psychology at Ghent University who also holds a masters degree in statistics: PART I HAS EVERYONE GONE INSANE? CHECK YOUR MASS FORMATION ONCE UPON A TIME, the U.S. had […]

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EDITORIAL: Has everyone gone insane? Check your mass formation

November 5, 2021 Barbara With Below is an interview with Dr. Mattias Desmet, a Belgian professor of clinical psychology at Ghent University who holds a masters degree in statistics. Please listen. LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE After noticing some anomalies in the statistical analyses being conducted during the early pandemic, Desmet became concerned by the […]

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UPDATE LINE 3: Breach worsens

November 1, 2021 by Ron Turney This is what the Mississippi River looked like before Enbridge came and ruined it. After Enbridge: Now we have drilling fluids rising daily ending up downriver in our wild rice beds.

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