Since the 1990s, autism has become the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States. With numbers on an annual rise, it has been estimated that one in every 150 births (24,000 newborns a year) will be diagnosed with autism. - June 14, 2008
Stray electric utility currents are a major source of pollution in North America. While big businesses are often to blame, the ramifications of stray electricity on the environment are resulting in the deaths of millions through commonplace occurrences.
Stray current can interfere with living creatures—pets,... - May 16, 2008
Is electrical pollution slowly deteriorating the health of people across the country? It is a silent killer—invisible, odorless and tasteless—which makes it the perfect pollutant.
That question is in the back of the mind of Russ Allen, a Wisconsin native and author of the new book Electrocution... - May 16, 2008
After millions of dollars lost, a series of misfortunes and the mysterious sickness and death of numerous cows, farm owner Russ Allen discovered that the trouble with his livestock was brought on by electrical pollution of the earth.
In his new book, Electrocution of America: Is Your Utility Company... - May 16, 2008
Electric utility companies across the US are being sued by dairy farmers who have suffered loss of milk production and other damages due to stray electrical current on their land.
“First, they polluted our water. Then, they polluted our air. Now, the very soil we walk on is being overrun by stray... - May 16, 2008