A sensational eye opening documentary which reveals the harm we are doing by existing in an ocean of man made wireless frequencies.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Anne Lipscomb developed multiple chemical sensitivity in 1993. Her book and movie is one woman’s story of how the imagination finally comes to triumph over physical limitations.
Twenty images from photographer Thilde Jensen’s “Canaries” collection are being featured on the website of Esquire Russia.
When you donate to Thilde Jensen’s Canaries book project, you’ll receive a variety of perks, depending on your contribution amount, from a signed print and credit in the book to a signed copy of the book itself and an invitation to the book release party.
Performance artist Monet Clark’s most recent show, “California Girl” at the Krowswork Gallery in Oakland, California is getting great reviews.
People being arrested for selling raw milk is no laughing matter: It’s yet another example of the tyrannical actions of health authorities who want to sterilize your food through pasteurization, fumigation or irradiation.
by Jacks McNamara, co-founder of The Icarus Project, which seeks to promote alternatives of looking at and dealing with what gets labeled as mental illness in our society.
Scott Killingsworth reviews Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir by Jerry Evans, who recounts the emergence of his severe chemical and electrical sensitivity and ensuing life changes.
A set of comic books by Justin Madson features characters who are all wearing gas masks because the air is too dangerous to breathe. Sound familiar?
by Ann Lloyd | My memoir was written during my confinement, at sixty-two, in an all porcelain-lined trailer, due to a strange immune system disorder which rendered me unable to function in the “real world.”