Screen time excesses harm children’s development

SCREEN TIME WEANING  Is Your Child Glued to a Gadget? Research is showing us that unless we can help children reduce screen time we may be setting them up with bad habits that could take a lifetime of hard work to break. Children’s behaviour is known to become agitated due to being highly stimulated with over use […]

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War on Children, Spirituality, Tradition & Environment

We have a duty to protect children. We should never place our children at risk in order to protect ourselves. A war on children has been declared by the pharmaceutical industry. Children trust us to protect them. We must not and we shall not, betray their trust. State capture or political capture is one of […]

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Revolution – We are all going to die

REVOLUTION – the realisation that we are all going to die unifies us and shocks us into seeing reality as it is. We are facing multiple existential crisis: ecocide, the systemic disruption of all ecosystems; the sixth mass extinction event in the history of the planet, this time caused entirely by humans, the extermination of […]

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The Human Microbiome & the Wilderness Within

We consider natural wilderness to be the wild places in nature and ignore the desolate wilderness that is the urban areas we live in. There is another wilderness hiding in plain sight and that is the wilderness within. Scientists have identified a number of human body systems and more recently, the human microbiome. The skeletal system […]

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Climate Change in Malta driven by Ecocide

Climate Change in Malta driven by Ecocide. Climate Change is the term generally used to describe the global ecological crises we are facing. The crisis is in fact broader and far more threatening. Climate change is just one consequence of ecocide – the wilful destruction of the natural world. The planet is engulfed in unprecedented […]

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Mycorrhizal Fungi, How Plants Communicate

Next time you are walking in a forest, woodland or just open countryside on undisturbed fertile ground consider that there is more activity and biodiversity below the ground than what you can see above it. Amongst the vibrant range of lifeforms is a mostly microscopic network of fungi. Fungi are a distinct kingdom from plants. […]

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Soils and Life Beneath the Ground

There is more life beneath the ground than you know. Healthy soils contain a vibrant range of life forms such as protozoa, nematodes, mites, springtails, spiders, insects, bacteria, fungi, earthworms and numerous burrowing animals. This rich biodiversity plays a vital role in mitigating climate change, neutralising pests, purifying and storing water, providing antibiotics and preventing […]

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Wilding Nature and the Rewilding of People

Wilding encompasses conservation and goes beyond it. We do still need to remove human infrastructure, regenerate the soils and sediments; clean up human pollution and contamination; introduce indigenous plants, animals and landscapes that were present before human intervention. Beyond this point it is all about protecting the land and marine areas being wilded, allowing natural […]

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Bees extinction driven by pesticides

A recent review of 90 international studies has shown that the toxic impact on bees and other pollinators of agricultural pesticide has doubled in a decade despite a fall in the amount of pesticide used. The reason for this is that the new pesticides contain multiple chemicals. Dr Harry Siviter, from the University of Texas, […]

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Change is coming – catastrophic collapse of ecosystems

Change is coming whether we like it or not. People have plundered the Earth’s web of life for many hundreds of years to satisfy their greed. We are living in a moral vacuum, only believing in our own manipulations and no longer perceive the reality of what it means to be human on this Earth. […]

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