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Testament

Testament

Cenusă în vânt,
asta-mi va fi testament.

Când voi pleca de acasă,
Aceasta să fie arsă,
Și cenușa să fie presărată,
În vântul zburdalnic… 8 more words

Spirituality

Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals

The remains of more than 15,000 babies were incinerated as ‘clinical waste’ by hospitals in Britain with some used in ‘waste to energy’ plants

The bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals, an investigation has found. 186 more words

News General

British hospitals burned bodies of aborted, miscarried babies to heat buildings

EEV: Confirmed

Posted By Sarah Hurtubise On 12:54 PM 03/24/2014

 British hospitals incinerated the bodies of thousands of aborted and miscarried babies as clinical waste, with some used to heat hospitals as part of an energy efficiency programs, the Telegraph… 449 more words

Societal

Thinking outside the bottle

Originally published in Jutland Station magazine: http://www.jutlandstation.dk/thinking-outside-the-bottle/

For many expats arriving in Denmark, the limitations of the recycling network in a country well-known for its green reputation may come as surprise. 1,100 more words

Greed of Covanta and Jamaica Ash Corporations Harmed His Son

Ralph Andaloro is angry about what has happened to his son.  He has every right to be angry.  Covanta Inc. and the Jamaica Ash and Rubbish Removal Company ruined his son’s health.  191 more words

Health

Long Island Man Speaks Out About Health Wrecked by Incinerator Ash Exposure

Tom Andaloro has a terrible story to tell. He tells it to me with strength and determination to bring out the Truth about how occupational exposure to incinerator ash ruined his health. 420 more words

Health

Kilbarbecue

 

The Kilbarrack Barbecue… the breakfast of champions…

I learn more and more every day about the eating (term used loosely here), drinking and smoking habits of the Great Littering Scumbag, a particularly uncivil species that leaves its mark on the landscape. 

Ireland