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Shoshone Farmer, Raymond Yowell, Set to Take on the Bureau of Land Management
In the past 80 years Raymond Yowell’s ancestral homeland has had more than 900 nuclear bomb tests, 50 million ounces of gold extracted from its depths, and now, his cattle rounded ...
Rick Santorum’s Quotes On Man’s Dominion Over Nature, the Crusades and Christendom
Outspoken Republican Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum is not shy about establishing his points of view in speeches on such interesting subjects as man versus nature and Christe...
Russian Scientists May Have Drilled Down to Antarctica's Lake Vostok, Buried for 14 Million Years
Russian scientists claim to have successfully drilled through two miles of glacial ice to reach Lake Vostok, buried under Antarctica for 14 million years...
Get Out Your Shades for the Brilliant Algonquin Snow Moon
There’s no need to keep one’s eyes peeled for tonight’s lunar phenomenon—it will be in your face with the luminescent Snow Moon, which is attracting a lot of online chatter both fo...
Big Blue Marble Redux: Earth’s Flipside, and a Goldilocks Planet
The first reissue of the Big Blue Marble image of Earth last week was so popular, Wired UK reports, that hits on Flickr surpassed those on the previous high record, the Situation R...
Ancestral Mother of All Horses Discovered
Using mitochondrial DNA, researchers have discovered that every horse that’s ever roamed Mother Earth can be traced to a single female ancestor that lived about 140,000 years ago...
Quadrantids’ Fiery Journey: First Sky Show of 2012, Overnight Jan. 3-4
A centuries-long journey will end tonight for hundreds of comet fragments as they smash into Earth's atmosphere at 90,000 miles per hour, burning up 50 miles above Mother Earth's s...
Bolivia Moves to Give Mother Earth Same Rights as Humans
For American Indians, First Nations, indigenous and aboriginal communities throughout the world the relationship with Mother Earth has always been strong...
James Bay Cree: Hunting as Way of Life and Death
James Bay Cree Indians are one of the few nations in North America that still rely on traditional hunting and fishing for sustenance...
13 Indigenous Grandmothers Gather to Save Mother Earth at the Birthplace of the Buddha
When the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers first formed their alliance in 2004 they vowed to travel to each other’s countries, and now it is Grandmother Aama Bomb...
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