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Glyphosate ‘Probably Carcinogenic to Humans’ Latest WHO Assessment
The world authority on cancer’s evidence-based assessment is pitched against the Monsanto-led corrupt approvals in US and Europe
Dr Mae-Wan Ho and Dr Nancy Swanson, 24th March 2015

Supercapacitors for Flexible Energy Storage and Ultrafast Superpower
High power and energy density devices with applications for electric vehicles, grid renewables, and yet to come: foldable displays and a host of portable, wearable consumer electronics
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 23rd March 2015

Water Structured in the Golden Ratio
Predictions from quantum chemistry calculations and state of the art cryogenic electrospray ionization infrared spectroscopy provide evidence that water exists as pentagonal dodecahedron clusters based on the golden ratio, the magic number woven into the fabric of the universe and consciousness
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 18th March 2015

Goats Fed GM Soybean Produce Abnormal Milk, Reduces Weight of Off-Spring
GM-fed goats milk has significantly reduced antibody, fat and protein content and also contained transgenic DNA
Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji, 16th March 2015

Biodiversity or GMOs: Will The Future of Nutrition Be in Women's Hands or Under Corporate Control?
Declaration for International Women's Day, 8 March 2015. Diverse Women for Diversity, Mahila Anna Swaraj, Initiative for Health, Equity and Society, Navdanya, Moms Across the World
Dr Vandana Shiva and Dr Mira Shiva, 11th March 2015

Protons in Quantum Jazz Concert
Multiple protons in water clusters caught quantum tunnelling in concert, resulting in superfast and accurately directed current flow; could this be happening in our body?
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 9th March 2015

Rosetta for a Water Universe
Among the most significant new findings of the Rosetta space probe on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is the copious creation of water by a previously unrecognized process; water is ubiquitous and the most abundant compound in the Universe, making our Universe especially fit for life
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 4th March 2015

Art Sale in Support of World Water Week
“Water is not only essential for life, it also embodies all that life entails: spontaneous and free-flowing, sensitive and responsive, accommodating and flexible, yet effective and powerful. It is emblematic of the organic revolution that has been taking place in physical science and the arts, but still waiting to happen in biology and in society at large.”
Mae-Wan Ho will be speaking in WaterWeek2, 8-14 March, Herstmonceux Castle. A selection of her smaller works will be available for sale in support of World Water Week, and four of her recent Water Flowers paintings, Peonies, Bee, Mayfly, and Pollination will be exhibited together with works by local artists
, 2nd March 2015

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