Links for 11/18/16

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lCJ9RDCKFM

Native Americans at Standing Rock, North Dakota are being sprayed with chemical weapons, according to protestor Candida Rodriguez Kingbird.

Source: Native Woman Claims Chemical Weapons Used At Standing Rock


 

Created in 1990, Gesac represents more that 1 million rights holders in the areas of music, graphic and plastic arts, literary and dramatic works, and audiovisual as well as music publishers.

Source: Author Societies – New Study: Unlawful US Copyright Exemption Severely Harms European Authors


 

Long Halftime Walk is cloaked in shiny new tech, but dismal reviews suggest it’ll soon join the scrapheap of big-screen inventions that didn’t take off

Source: Too big? Too loud? Too real? Billy Lynn and other failed cinematic innovations | Film | The Guardian


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MniFx6NTbM0

. . . we attended The Hilltop Haunting, which was a rad downhill halloween skate jam hosted by Muir Skate & Bustin Boards. The event took place on one. . .

Source: The Hilltop Haunting (Event Recap) – Wheelbase Magazine


 

Scientists have discovered a ‘lake’ in the Gulf of Mexico. Everyone, who enters this pool at the bottom of the sea will suffer horribly.

Quelle: Scientists Have Found a Lake Under the Sea – Those Who Swim There Won’t Come Back Alive


 

Greenmedinfo.com – Natural Health Resource – The world’s most widely referenced, open access, natural medicine database, with 20,000+ study abstracts and growing daily

Quelle: A Special Report on Standing Rock: The Environmental and Social Justice Consequences of the Dakota Access Pipeline


 

Fukushima: The Untouchable Eco-Apocalypse No One Is Talking About


 

Island known by traditional owners as Me-mel is currently owned and managed by National Parks and Wildlife

Source: Mike Baird’s government to return Goat Island to Indigenous owners | Australia news | The Guardian


 

Two skeletons have been discovered in a London graveyard which could change our view of the history of Europe and Asia.

Source: Skeleton find could rewrite Roman history – BBC News


 

Nat Young, San Diego 1966

Source: Pacific Longboarder News / Reviews / Events

Links for 2/11/16

A division of UnderConsideration, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world.

Source: Art of the Menu: Continental Miami


 

The White House just stopped new coal leases on federal land – a huge step for our climate. Urge him to do the same for the Gulf! (46320 signatures on petition)

Source: Petition: New Lease on Life: Ask the President to end new oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico


 

Cocktail Chemistry explains the drink’s mechanics: you create an iceball using a cheap latex ice-sphere mold, melt a hole in the top with a soldering iron and extract the water from inside wi…

Source: A cocktail inside a hollow ball of ice that you shatter to drink


 

Links for 12/4/15

Marshall Islands fights for climate action in Paris as sea level rise swallows the island nation

Source: Marshall Islands push for climate action in Paris


 

Explosion killed 11 workers, spewed 134 million gallons of oil, and fouled the coastline.

Source: Manslaughter charges dropped in BP spill case—nobody from BP will go to prison


 

The fate of 70 million people rests on the Mekong river. With crucial UN climate talks in Paris next week, John Vidal journeys down south-east Asia’s vast waterway and meets people affected by climate change, dams, deforestation and urbanisation

Source: The Mekong river: stories from the heart of the climate crisis


 

This [NSFW] 1968 anti-war animated film by Disney legend Ward Kimball is as timely as ever

Source: This [NSFW] 1968 anti-war animated film by Disney legend Ward Kimball is as timely as ever / Boing Boing

Links for 11/16/15

The chemical sprayed on the 2010 BP oil spill may not have helped crucial petroleum-munching microbes get rid of the slick, a new study suggests.

Source: Study: Dispersants did not help oil degrade in BP spill


 

The global environment collapses as in the pursuit of short-term growth, humanity overruns natural ecosystems including the atmosphere that make Earth

Source: Biosphere Collapse: The Biggest Economic Bubble Ever | EcoInternet – Earth Blog


 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2vaVSU5xj4

Links for 4/15/15

The Drought Is Behind California’s Skyrocketing West Nile Virus Numbers

Toxic dispersant used to clean oil spill

Trailer White Waves – a documentary about surfers fighting against unseen pollution

8-foot-long carnivorous cat-eating lizards are invading Florida

The way humans are using land is dramatically decreasing biodiversity—and it’s only getting worse

Rick Griffin Galleries

California Drought Tests History of Endless Growth

California Facing Extreme Heat Waves and Rising Seas

Mediterranean Sea ‘accumulating zone of plastic debris’

Links for 4/12/15

Greg Palast | Investigative Reporter

U.S. Forest Service Cocktail Construction Chart

Beach Boy Brian Wilson: ‘Punk rock? I don’t know what that is’

Stop overfishing and coral reefs will rebound quickly (but we’ll need to fix that climate problem)

Style in the Aisle: Awsome Vintage Hawaiian Airlines Uniforms Over The Years

BP says the Gulf is A.O.K.—this shrimper begs to differ

MULTIMEDIA | Surfing Safari

Rare Photos of Eden Ahbez

Mounting Evidence Has Republican Climate Change Deniers on Thin Ice for 2016

Links for 9/11/14

Nature Connection will be the Next Big Human Trend

1959 … Cadillac “Cyclone”

Let’s End the Destruction of the Deep Ocean!

Scientists Discover How to Produce Clean Drinking Water From an Unexpected Source

10 Underwater Facilities You Could Actually Live In