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The business of producing milk is sustained by a process of relentless cruelty towards animals, from birth till death, with little letup. Cruelty compounded by poorly defined, poorly implemented methods and gross violations.
“Researchers don’t know why a plant-based diet seems to have a protective effect, but one likely reason is the nutrient profile of vegetarian diets, which tend to be higher in fiber and lower in saturated fat.”
A grassroots movement has recently emerged in which a number of scientists, philosophers, ethicists and legal experts have rallied together in support of the idea that some nonhuman animals are persons.
One of the more interesting things we will learn on Nov. 6 is whether or not there is a “food movement” in America worthy of the name — that is, an organized force in our politics capable of demanding change in the food system.
In the past decade the number of retraction notices for scientific journals has increased more than 10-fold while the number of journals articles published has only increased by 44%.
The Yamuna River starts out clear as rainwater from a lake and hot spring at the foot of a glacier, 19,200 feet up in the Himalayas. But for much of its 853-mile length, it is now one of the world’s most defiled rivers.
You have to trust in something—your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.
Slowly, silently, and successfully, a few dedicated bhaktas transform a most sacred part of Vraja.
Steven Rattner explores the many issues surrounding corn and ethanol in United States.
Göbekli Tepe, a recent archeological find in Turkey, is calling previous views regarding the reasons and details of the beginning of civilization into question.
Organizers took power – and sustenance – into their own hands by creating an impressive showing at the rally in Upper Senate Park in Washington D.C., and by drinking the controversial liquid, milked fresh onsite.