Noise cancelling forks, cuddly but dangerous animal stories and burning plastic + this day in history w/the Gandhi riots and our song of the day by Margo Price on your Morning Monarchy for November 1, 2017.
Secret Service scandals, genetic sexual attraction and testicle-eating fish + this day in history w/”We begin bombing in five minutes” and our song of the day by Alice Bag on your Morning Monarchy for August 11, 2016.
Prescription gardening, magic mushrooms and surplus cheese and + this day in history w/Mount St. Helens eruption and our song of the day by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on your Morning Monarchy for May 18, 2016.
from oregonstate.edu: Albacore tuna caught off the Oregon shore after the Fukushima Daiichi power station in Japan was destroyed in a 2011 earthquake had slightly elevated levels of radioactivity but the increase has been minute,
from foxnews.com: It’s taken almost two decades, but the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may be close to a ruling on the world’s first genetically modified animal protein. AquAdvantage salmon is a product of the
Farm Bill Cuts $8 Billion in Food Stamps, Preserves Handouts to Koch Industries* from dailymail.co.uk: The federal government pays for a $15 million ‘wool trust fund,’ runs a $170 million program to protect catfish growers
from sott.com: Another case of fish mortality, mainly consisting of grey mullets surfaced within Karachi Port extending between Bab Island and Chinna Creek. This is the second such case in the month of August 2013,
from therealfoodchannel.com: During the Christmas 2012 holiday, the FDA quietly moved the genetically modified salmon called “frankenfish” one step closer to market. The Food and Drug Administration released draft documents that assessed the environmental risks
from cryptogon.com: Via: Guardian: A controversial American businessman dumped around 100 tonnes of iron sulphate into the Pacific Ocean as part of a geoengineering scheme off the west coast of Canada in July, a Guardian
from dailymail.co.uk: Hundreds of food outlets at Olympic venues have been forced to take chips off the menu, because of a demand from sponsor McDonald’s. Olympic chiefs have banned all 800 food retailers at the