Category Archives: industrialized

Human Homeostasis at Tipping Point like Runaway Global Warming

WFAA is reporting that there is a UNTHSC study looking into the prevalence of Alzheimer’s among Mexican-Americans and how some are more prone to earlier onset of Alzheimer’s as much as by a decade. This is not breaking news as … Continue reading

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CBSDFW: North Texas Should Prepare for a Possible 6.5 Earthquake

On 9/25/17 I had CBSDFW channel 11 on and saw coverage on a recent Southern Methodist University study of earthquake risk. Here is the The Dallas Morning News coverage of the study too, https://www.dallasnews.com/news/science-medicine/2017/09/25/fault-produced-north-texas-largest-quake-produce-even-bigger-one-study-says. With the 8.1 and 6.1 magnitude in Mexico … Continue reading

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201 N Cooper (current Arlington Police Dept.) was a lead smelter site…lovely!

Update on a response to this post: “Hi Kim, interesting post about the steel co that was just north of UTA. I was a student or employee at UTA most of the years between 1968-96. When I started seeing my … Continue reading

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Rain Happens – Installed Drains Allowed at Toxic Arlington Urban Drilling Pad Sites

UPDATE Dec 5 2017: The triple threat to drinking water identified when Biocides, Chlorine, and Antibiotics FAIL  At our busiest intersection in Arlington, the corner of Collins and Division what connects our Entertainment District to to our Downtown area is … Continue reading

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