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  1. Claudia says:

    Before posting stories like Bolivia passing a law about Mother Earth, read up a bit more, ask Bolivians what the real story is. My president thinks its a very good idea to build, not one, but two dams in the amazon and wants a road smacked I the middle of the rain forest oh, I forgot, he’s letting the Chinese traffic jaguar teeth and skins. Mother Earth must be so greatful now

  2. Caryn says:

    I would love to bake the avo cake and I love avos, however in the last few years, even a sliver of avo makes me nauseous. Why would i have this reaction and would I still feel so ill if It were cooked in a cake?

  3. Krissy says:

    CARYN, you must have a food sensitivity to avocados. I would check that out. You can Google how to find out what your sensitivities are to foods, supplements, etc. There is a lot of interesting info.

  4. Jaime Rea says:

    I need help with Ancient Native American Indian using Acorns California oak trees elixir of life. Or oak trees being tree of life.

  5. Lori says:

    I am wondering why every time I comment, it won’t go through, all I get is “forbidden”. Why have a comments section if it won’t be accepted?

  6. Lori says:

    Well it went through here but not after the article I commented on…

  7. Tim Yakaitis says:

    You are using one of my images without permission, credit, or compensation. Take down the image of the police officers accompanying the Standing Rock story NOW.
    Get some journalistic ethics!!!

  8. Per Hultquist says:

    I have a much simpler and faster method to infuse cannabis into coconut oil… like a charm.

  9. Wren says:

    I wonder about scratches when I see labradorite being used for a counter. Anything below a 7 on the Mohs hardness scale will scratch. Labradorite is a 6-6.5 on the Mohs. It is not a particularly hard stone. Is there a way to remove scratches if and WHEN they appear?


    This article is dangerous at best. The woman who wirte it has no idea that dopamine is the addiction chemical. Telling people to supercharge it is dangerous for more than this following reason. If over charge the dopamine levels in your brain you run the risk of burning it out and developing Parnisnon’s like symptoms.

    Please exercise some responsibility and care before letting such a harmful piece by published.

  11. Keith Nemeroff says:

    Your 20 million muslim march “against” ISIS is horribly misleading…the march had nothing to do with ISIS but nice try.

  12. Colleen Gray says:

    The word “protestor” is a less desireable than “Water Protector”. I have seen many posts where the Protectors are asking for this word to be exchanged for anything other than “protestor” because of how they define their fight for the water to be respected. Just a thought. Love the photographs – especially love the child sliding down the hill – such good energy in all the images. Thanks for what you’re doing.

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