… Thank You … Mon$anto and PO$ILAC …

Thank You … Mon$anto and PO$ILAC

Consumer Wellness Center has just released a shocking new video that exposes the pus cell count in pasteurized (conventional) milk. This video, which I narrated, explains that all the moviestars and celebrities who appear in "got milk" ads are actually showing their lips smeared with PUS from dairy cow infections! Here’s my report:

And here’s a direct link to the short video:

In another story about the pus cells found in pasteurized conventional dairy products, milk regulators recently rejected a call to make milk cleaner by reducing the "allowable pus cell count." Instead, they kept it at the higher allowable limit of 750,000 pus cells per milliliter of milk, meaning that a typical 8-ounce glass of milk may contain up to 180 million pus cells!


Is revealing one’s heart a sure sign of weakness…?


 clip_image001Has it become passé in America to reveal we indeed have heart…?

Is revealing one’s heart a sure sign of weakness…?

Might America be suffering from a broken heart…?


Might some of the actions we are allowing others to take in our stead be convoluted covert reflection of our desire to break the bonds of our current restraint and to reach out embracing rather than pushing away…?

Tremendous energy is required to keep everyone at bay, to have our attention always drawn to protecting ourselves from others and for reasons almost always chosen for us by others, whether honestly applicable to us or not…?





protocols they are using to “KILL” the quagga mussel

… Anyone stop to ask SRP and CAP what protocols they are using to “KILL” the quagga mussel … How about copious amounts of chlorine and a biocide (termination chemical) … And “we” are suppose to believe these chemicals are good for humans to ingest …


Keep costs down by keeping out quagga mussels


Posted: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 7:07 am …By Lesly Swanson, Salt River Project |


clip_image001With temperatures rising and the boating season upon us, now is not the time to let down our guard when it comes to the importance of keeping invasive quagga mussels out of the reservoirs on the Salt and Verde rivers.


That’s why Salt River Project is reminding East Valley residents that it is just as important as ever this spring to “Don’t Move a Mussel,” which is more than a cute catchphrase about the tiny mussels’ potential threat to not only our recreation opportunities but to the cost of delivering water and power to the Valley.


Quagga mussels, if you’ve only heard a little about them, are no bigger than a fingernail. But their size is no reflection on what they can do to our water supply should they make their way from the Colorado River and Lake Pleasant to Saguaro, Canyon, Apache and Roosevelt lakes on the Salt River or Bartlett and Horseshoe lakes on the Verde.


The good news is, four years after quaggas were first discovered at the doorstep of the SRP water-delivery system, the CAP/SRP Interconnect Delivery Channel in east Mesa, there has been no evidence that they have spread or infested the reservoirs on the Salt and Verde — nor made it into SRP’s 131-mile canal system.


That means there still is a chance that the mussels’ arrivals can be delayed. This is significant to boaters, whose engines could be damaged by the mussels, and to SRP, which would see increased maintenance costs and the associated impacts on hydro generation and dam operations.


SRP continues to monitor for quagga mussels, particularly during the month-long annual canal dry-ups in the fall and winter. We also stay proactive in supporting the “Don’t Move a Mussel” message every chance we get.

In March, we talked to participants at Lake Pleasant about the threat of mussels at the Bill Luke Bass Fishing Days and the Level II Watercraft Inspection and Decontamination Training session, and then we took our message to state legislators by bringing one of the seven quagga mussel displays we recently purchased for outreach and educational opportunities to the SRP Day at the Capitol.


Some of the quagga displays will be loaned to the U.S. Forest Service while another will be going to Page, where SRP will help with local educational efforts to keep the quaggas out of Lake Powell.


You’ll see our bright yellow “Don’t Move a Mussel” signs around the Salt and Verde reservoirs, reminding boaters to clean their crafts before launching as well as after they’ve finished enjoying the recreation.


SRP will continue to work with our quagga mussel consultants, Arizona Game & Fish, Central Arizona Project, Bureau of Reclamation, other agencies and other water-delivery entities in the Southwest to monitor the extent of the infestation and evaluate options for control of the mussels.


In addition to our monitoring program, SRP is partnering with these agencies to promote the “Don’t Move a Mussel” outreach program in which state natural resource officials are requesting boaters and other recreationists take simple steps to help prevent quagga mussels and other aquatic hitchhikers from spreading to other lakes.


Additional information about the quagga mussel is available at www.azgfd.gov, Arizona Game & Fish’s website, and www.ProtectYourWaters.net or www.100thmeridian.org.


The bottom line is that while quagga mussels do not pose a threat to public health, they can affect lake productivity as well as add significant maintenance costs to water providers such as SRP and CAP and to Valley municipal water-treatment facilities.


… Interesting and a bit thought provoking …

Interesting and a bit thought provoking



Taking Liberties – Demanding Back Our Civil Liberties (DVD – Video Trailer)

04-04-2012  •  www.noliberties.com 

TAKING LIBERTIES is a shocking but hilarious polemic documentary that charts the destruction of all your Basic Liberties under 10 Years of New Labour. Released to coincide with Tony Blair’s departure, the film and the book follow the stories of n

Phoenix Motorola 52nd Street superfund site

Phoenix Motorola 52nd Street superfund site

by Sadie Jo Smokey – Jul. 1, 2010 12:55 PM  The Arizona Republic

At a recent meeting, officials from Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gave progress reports about the work on the Motorola 52nd Street superfund site.

Janet Rosati, an EPA project manager, says pumping and cleaning water pollutants is a slow process and takes decades to reach drinking-water standards. However, residents do not need to be concerned about health problems related to the Phoenix plume, because the contamination is more than 80 feet below the surface, she said.

No one drinks the water now, but if in the future the city needs to use that ground water, it’ll be able to," Rosati said.

NOTE IF YOU CAN CONJURE UP THE DIMENSIONS OF THIS PLUME … IT’S EXTENSIVE … The superfund site, which primarily involves chlorinated solvents used in manufacturing, extends from 52nd Street to Seventh Avenue and from McDowell to Buckeye roads. It was added to the Environmental Protection Agency’s federal Superfund list in 1989.

Information: www.epa.gov/region09/Motorola52ndSt or www.azdeq.gov/environ/waste/sps/phxsites.html#mot52a

Concentration  … Based on decreasing levels of contaminants in the groundwater, the pump-and-treat plan is working, said Rosati. The EPA is the lead agency on Operable Unit 3, the western zone of the plume.

"When we first started, PCE was most often found over 700 parts per billion," Rosati said. "Now it’s 100. It’s clear the treatment systems are preventing chemicals from migrating further west."

Boundaries     The contaminants flow west with the ground water. As concentrations of contaminations decrease, so does the width and depth of the groundwater plume. Tests indicate that levels are higher closer to the point of contamination, changing the boundary of the contaminated area.

Bedrock  … Some of the denser contaminants have penetrated the cracks and fissures of the bedrock where it’s difficult to remove. Contaminants in the bedrock will continue to pollute the groundwater, said Rosati. A report on treating and removing contaminants from the bedrock is due in October. If contaminated bedrock can’t be treated, it must be contained.

"We were able to get some mass out," said Rosati. "But we’re unsure if they can sustain that amount." 

“White” America still promising but NOT delivering WET water … the hypocrisy never ends

… “White” America still promising but NOT delivering WET water … the hypocrisy never ends …


Arizona senators coming to steal Navajo and Hopi water rights
04-05-2012  •  Censored News 
.Senators Seek to Extinguish Navajo and Hopi Water Rights

Water Rights: Arizona Senators John Kyl and John McCain Meet With Navajo Nation Leaders
04-05-2012  •  By Brett Walton-Circle of Blue 
Decades in the making, a Navajo-Hopi water rights settlement faces grassroots opposition, as tribe members fear the proposed settlement gives away too much and promises too little.

Kyl, McCain meet with Navajo Nation leaders over water rights (Circle of Blue)

Kyl-McCain water bill drawing fire (Navajo Times)

No sense having coordinated water policy is there

Bartlett Lake facing low water levels… but this is SRP’s problem and not CAP … No sense having  coordinated water policy is there…?


WATCH VIDEO HERE …………………..Video


SCOTTSDALE, AZ – As hotter temperatures drive boaters out to Valley lakes, lower water levels might affect the fun. 

Bartlett Lake in the northeast Valley is suffering from some of the lowest water levels in the past two decades, marina officials said. They partially blame the desert drought for the lack of water. Currently, the lake is only about 46 percent full. 

"This has been about the worst two-year run for us," said Eric Church, who runs the Bartlett Lake Marina. 

Church said the lower levels have played into the minds of boaters. 

"The perception that boaters have is they hear we’re [half full] and they figure there’s no water in the lake," he said. "[That] is very untrue." 

Church told ABC15 even a half-full Bartlett Lake is still larger than others around the Valley and that the lower levels do not present any additional danger to boaters. 

Currently, the main boat ramps are closed due to the low water, with boaters having to launch from the beach. Church said he expects the ramps to open within the next week, as water levels slowly continue to rise. 

While the water level is lower than the ideal level, several people who visited the lake told ABC15 they don’t mind. 

"This water level keeps the skiers out," joked fisherman Marvin Ong. 

Another family said it presents more opportunities for those looking to spend a day at the lake. 

"I like it when it’s lower," said Jeff Marr. "You have more beaches, more things to do." 

Marina officials hope snow melt from the high country, coupled with rain, will help return the lake to optimal level.

Read more: http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/state/bartlett-lake-facing-low-water-levels#ixzz1rHMok7FO