Cult-minded "climate change" scientists are making ALL of science look like a fanatical religion rather than science

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Science is a discipline that once commanded a large degree of respect. Many people thought of scientists as highly educated, intelligent people whose declarations could be trusted by those who aren’t well-versed in the field. However, some very vocal, cult-minded scientists have been giving the more legitimate experts in their field a bad name, turning modern science into somewhat of a joke.

The former chief scientist of Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization’s Atmospheric Research Division, Professor Garth Paltridge, expressed his concerns about this in a recent essay. He said that the way certain climate scientists behave is “seriously threatening the public’s perception of the professionalism of scientists in general.”

He believes that many climate scientists aren’t quite as certain about manmade global warming as they are willing to publicly admit, but they have nevertheless decided to denigrate those who disagree with them. He points out how they act like only those who are part of the climate-change cult are qualified to give advice about the topic, and they do their best to exclude skeptics from public discourse or even refuse to speak in forums where those with opposing views might be given air time.

He likens their attitude to that of a “medieval religion,” wherein priests felt that people who didn’t have their training shouldn’t have direct access to God’s word because they might get it wrong.

Is climate science even a real science?

Paltridge goes on to say that he isn’t even sure climate science should be considered a science at all given its heavy political influences; science, after all, must be led by evidence and experimentation. He says this form of “post-modern science” is very dangerous in the sense that its results are only valid within the context of the beliefs of society, and it’s all too easy for people to deny scientific truths.

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“Post-modern science envisages a sort of political nirvana in which scientific theory and results can be consciously and legitimately manipulated to suit either the dictates of political correctness or the policies of the government of the day,” he said, adding that some climate scientists have gone well beyond what is considered appropriate scientific behavior.

He’s quick to point out that he’s not saying scientists are inherently bad, but it’s ultimately a job and like all of us, scientists have bills to say. Right now, nearly all of the research money is being granted to scientists espousing alarmist beliefs rather than the skeptics.

This, he said, explains why some of the biggest voices warning about climate change during their professional lives had a change of opinion upon retirement. Indeed, many scientists have been altering temperature data and “adjusting” tidal gauge data to make it support the notion of manmade climate change to keep those who sign their paychecks happy.

This is just one of the reasons that more than 31,000 scientists signed a petition that includes peer-reviewed research dispelling the myth that the projected amounts of carbon dioxide will heat the Earth’s atmosphere catastrophically. It also said the global warming agenda is blocking the advancement of science across the planet.

Recent research showed that the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s simulations were wildly inaccurate, overestimating the future potential impact of climate change by as much as 45 percent.

As climate change alarmists continue to alter the facts to suit their narrative, they’re ruining the reputation of their entire field and destroying people’s confidence in science in general. Read for more updates on real climate science.

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Interview: spaceprodigi talks making festival debut at EDC Las Vegas’ kineticFIELD

Her name is about to be on the lips of everyone attending EDC Las Vegas this weekend. Who might this be? Mack Bartsch, better known as spaceprodigi, will take the stage at kineticFIELD on day 3 at 7 p.m. to mesmerize the crowd with her analog synth and her blended beats.

EDC’s kineticFIELD is quite an accomplishment for any DJ, a highlight for a career. For spaceprodigi, who is a mere 17 years of age, it will serve as her debut on the festival scene. Talk about one way to start a career! She’s simply astounding and her sound will mesmerize and move people this coming weekend. 

AXS had the opportunity to catch up with the wunderkind before EDC gets underway. She shares her excitement, passions and influences that have helped get her to this place. 

AXS: At 17 you’re bursting on the scene with a great stage name and sound. How did you go about choosing your name?​​

spaceprodigi: I have always been a huge roller coaster enthusiast, but ever since I was about 6 years old, I’ve had a major obsession with the classic coaster at Disney World, Space Mountain. At that age, the look of the massive spaceship structure of the building, the sound of the pretty on-ride synth music, and the darkness all intrigued me; it really felt like you were in freaking outer space! I knew every fact about that ride and have ridden it at least 100 times since then. So, when I was 13 and started producing electronic music, I was trying to figure out what I wanted my name to be and so I told my mom “What about spaceprodigi?” 

AXS: It’s a great name that catches the ear, especially when your debut festival show is at EDC. You’re 17 and tapped to play kineticFIELD this year. Take us through all the emotions and excitement from beginning to end when you first heard.

s: When I first heard I was playing on Kinetic, I freaked out! I was like, “Oh my gosh, I get to play in front of a big crowd!” I was shocked, scared and excited at the same time and I wouldn’t have ever dreamed that I would be playing on one of the biggest stages of electronic dance music for my first festival.

AXS: How have you gone about preparing for this year’s set and in what ways does the crowd play a part in the formation of that set as you play before them?

s: Well, since this is my first real show, I’ve spent the last few months making a lot of new music and working on my live show setup. 

I’ve been crafting a live set that is full of energy as well as emotions so that the crowd can really feel what I’m feeling when I make the music. So, I want to show my versatility by including tracks ranging from energetic bangers to more chilled out trance vibes. My show setup is a little different; I use Ableton on my laptop, which sends stems of my music to my Pioneer mixer, then I can manipulate those stems with my FX units. The setup offers a lot of flexibility and eventually I will add a few live analog synths to the show.

AXS: You’ve already done so much…podcasting, producing, teaching. How do you do it all and what aspect do you like the best?

s: Producing, mixing, and mastering music with analog gear is very time consuming, and that’s my only focus right now. So, I’ve made a lot of changes in my life to produce music; I recently switched over to online schooling at UT High School, which allows me to complete my school in less time with more flexibility. I spend the majority of my day locked up in my studio.

AXS: Who are some of the biggest influences on your music, and how are you continuing to develop that music as you grow? How do events like EDC and other festivals become formative in that shaping? 

s: My biggest influence is deadmau5, who is the reason why I started producing electronic music. Joel (deadmau5) has inspired me to create using analog synths as well as taking the time to learn how to mix and master my music with hardware gear. Other big influences are Eric Prydz, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Zedd, Daft Punk and some rock bands such as Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, My Chemical Romance and Blink-182. As for my music, I’ve been continuing to develop my own sound, which is a combo of edgy, energy and pretty.

AXS: What’s next for you? Are you working full time in music, going to school or focusing on developing your skills as a producer?

s: I’m working on producing more music, getting it released, and finding the perfect label for me. Also, I won’t be going to school and plan on continuing on doing more shows and festivals while I grow as an artist. My dream is to have my own live show and tour, as well as being a headliner of major festivals.


Make sure to catch spaceprodigi this weekend on Day 3 of EDC Las Vegas at kineticFIELD, 7 p.m. In the meanwhile, watch as she works her synth and take a listen to her SoundCloud channel. 

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Asteroid 3 times larger than Chelyabinsk making close approach… TODAY!

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Last night in Australia, near-Earth asteroid 2010 WC9 glided silently across the starry sky of Brisbane while the city’s residents slept. Well… not every resident slept. Amateur astronomer

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Dennis Simmons was wide awake and recorded the flyby:

“The asteroid moved rapidly through the constellation Hercules shining about as brightly as a 15th magnitude star,” says Simmons. “The ‘wobbly’ appearance of the trail is as a result of slight periodic errors in the telescope mount’s gear train. This is not caused by the asteroid tumbling!”

Tonight, the view will improve – a lot. On May 15th, 2010 WC9 will fly through the Earth-Moon system, splitting the distance between our planet and the Moon. At closest approach (203,000 km), the asteroid will glow like an 11th magnitude star (~40 times brighter than shown above) as it races through the southern constellation Pavo (the Peacock).

2010 WC9 is known as the “lost asteroid” because astronomers lost track of it soon after it was discovered in November 2010. The asteroid receded from Earth and didn’t return for nearly 8 years… until now.

Estimates of 2010 WC9’s size range from 60 m to 130 m wide. This puts it in the class of the Tunguska impactor, which leveled a forest in Siberia in 1908. And it is at least 3 times as large as the Chelyabinsk meteoroid, which exploded in the morning sky over Russia on Feb. 15, 2013, shattering windows and knocking people to the ground.

There’s no danger of a collision this time, though. Analysts are certain 2010 WC9 will not hit Earth – neither this week nor in the foreseeable future. New observations of the asteroid in recent days have extended our knowledge of its orbit and eliminated it as a threat for at least the next 100 years.

Comment: That’s good to know. Although, it’s a little bit disconcerting that they only know this because they just discovered that it’s going to miss us… as it is flying by!

2010 WC9 is invisible to the naked eye. Advanced amateur astronomers can photograph it, however, using mid-sized telescopes equipped with low-light video cameras. Southern hemisphere observers are favored, especially those in South Africa and southern parts of South America where the asteroid will be high in the night sky at closest approach.

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Is Air Pollution Making You Sick? 4 Questions Answered

Short-term increases in air pollution from, for example, heavy traffic in rush hour, can make us sick. Such pollution occurs year-round. But seasonal pollutants, such as ozone, usually occur only in the warmest and sunniest parts of year. What’s more, the amount of ozone in air also goes up and down through the day – generally highest in the afternoons and lowest in the early mornings.

These variations can make it quite difficult for environmental health scientists and epidemiologists to know precisely how air pollution can affect humans.

Short-term increases in air pollution from, for example, heavy traffic in rush hour, can make us sick. Such pollution occurs year-round. But seasonal pollutants, such as ozone, usually occur only in the warmest and sunniest parts of year. What’s more, the amount of ozone in air also goes up and down through the day – generally highest in the afternoons and lowest in the early mornings.

These variations can make it quite difficult for environmental health scientists and epidemiologists to know precisely how air pollution can affect humans.

2. Where does air pollution come from?

You might imagine air pollution as smoke pouring out of a factory chimney or the tailpipe of a car.

While these are important sources of air pollution, there are many others. Air pollution includes chemicals humans put into the atmosphere and chemicals released by natural events. For example, forest fires are a large source of air pollutants that affect many communities. Dust that’s picked up by wind can also contribute to poor air quality.

Ronald Reagan famously said that “trees cause more pollution than automobiles do.” While this myth has been debunked, he was right in at least some ways. Trees do release certain gases, such as volatile organic carbon, that are ingredients in air pollution chemistry. This, when mixed together with emissions from cars and industry, leads to increases in other types of pollution, such as ozone.

There isn’t much that scientists can, or should, do about tree emissions. Public health researchers like myself focus most on the ingredients from human activities – from burning petroleum to emissions controls on industrial facilities – because these are sources located close to where people live and work.

There are also many chemical reactions that occur in the air itself. These reactions create what are known as secondary pollutants, some of which are quite toxic.

Finally, it’s important to realize that air pollution knows no boundaries. If a pollutant is emitted in one location, it very easily moves across borders – both regional and national – to different places. New Delhi, for example, experiences seasonal pollution, thanks to extensive burning of agricultural fields some 200 miles away.

New Delhi is an extreme example. But, even if you live in a less polluted environment, pollutants emitted elsewhere often travel to where other people live and work, as seen in recent wildfires in California.

3. How do we know that air pollution causes problems?

This is a tricky question, because air pollution is a hidden problem that acts as a trigger for many health problems. Plenty of people suffer from asthma and lung diseases, heart attacks and cancer, and all of these are linked to particulate matter exposure. The best evidence to date suggests that the higher the dose of air pollution, the worse our response will be.

Unfortunately, there are many other things that lead to these diseases, too: poor diet, your inherited genes, or whether you have access to high quality medical care or you smoke cigarettes, for example. This makes figuring out the cause of a specific illness attributed to air pollution exposure much more difficult.

Every health study provides a slightly different result, because each study observes a different group of people and usually different types of air pollution. Scientists usually report their results based on any change in risk of developing a disease from air pollution, or based on whether your odds of developing a certain disease might change.

For example, a study in Taiwan looked at concentrations of particulate matter averaged over two years. The researchers found that, for every 10 micrograms per cubic meter increase in particulate matter, the odds of developing high blood pressure increased by about 3 percent. This could suggest that if an increase of particulate matter concentration in any community might lead to an increase in high blood pressure.

Conversely, scientists usually assume that decreases in air pollution lead to decreases in diseases.

4. Why does this matter to you?

A typical adult takes around 20,000 breaths per day. Whether or not you become sick from air pollution depends on the amount and type of chemicals you inhale, and whether you might be susceptible to these diseases.

For someone living in polluted New Delhi, for example, those 20,000 breaths include the equivalent of around 20 grains of table salt worth of particulate matter deposited in their lungs each day. While this may not seem like much, keep in mind that this particulate matter isn’t harmless table salt – it’s a mixture of chemicals that come from burning materials, unburned oils, metals and even biological material. And this doesn’t include any of the pollutants that are gases, like ozone or carbon monoxide or oxides of nitrogen.

The U.S. and Europe have made excellent progress in reducing air pollution concentrations over the past couple of decades, largely by crafting effective air quality regulation.

However, in the U.S. today, where environmental laws are being methodically dismantled, there is a bigger worry that policymakers are simply choosing to ignore science. One new member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s science advisory board is Robert Phalen of the University of California, Irvine, who has suggested that “modern air is too clean for optimum health”.

This goes against thousands of research papers and is certainly not true. While some components of air pollution have little effect on human health, this should not be used to muddy our understanding of air pollution exposure. This is a common tactic to confuse the public with unimportant statistics in order to sow confusion, presumably with an underlying intent to influence policy.

The evidence is clear: Air pollution exposure is lethal and causes death across the world. That should be important to all of us.

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Is treatment making it worse? DNA damage to brain cells can be caused by nanoparticles from medical treatments

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Nanoparticles are seeing use in an increasingly large number of medical procedures and treatment methods. However, Irish researchers are concerned that their use might be doing far more harm than good. They report that metal nanoparticles could be damaging the DNA of developing brain cells like neurons, according to an article by NanoWerk.

According to researchers from the Trinity College Dublin and the University of Bristol, when metal nanoparticles come into contact with cellular barriers, they unleash cellular messengers that trigger the destruction of cells. Their paper on this matter can be found in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.

This unforeseen side effect comes as a massive blow to drugs that rely on nanoparticles to treat neurodegenerative conditions. These heavy use of metal nanoparticles might be aggravating Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease instead of treating them. (Related: Antibacterial book made from nanoparticles of silver and copper cleans water in Third World.)

Nanoparticles are so tiny that they can fit inside the cellular pathways of organisms. This ability to take quick and precise shortcuts to their targets makes them perfect for drug treatment, chemotherapy, medical diagnostics, and imaging.

However, nanoparticles inadvertently change the signaling pathways and processes of the cells that they directly enter and pass through. Furthermore, their potential negative effects are not limited to the cells directly exposed to them. Nearby cells start exhibiting the same degraded effects as the affected cells.

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Small but terrible metal nanoparticles trigger DNA damage

In their experiment, the researchers grew a layer of BeWo cells on a pore-laden membrane. BeWo cells are often used as a way to simulate the placental barrier of pregnant women.

Cobalt chromium nanoparticles were applied to this cell barrier model. The medium beneath the barrier was gathered up and put on cultures of human brain cells. According to reports, the brain cells exhibited damaged DNA.

Furthermore, the researchers also exposed pregnant mice to the metal nanoparticles in order to determine the specific part of the brain affected by the particles. When they analyzed the brains of the newly born offspring, they discovered damage to the baby rats’ hippocampi, the part of the brain that governs learning and memory.

According to their analysis, the nanoparticles passed through a certain cellular pathway in the cells in the human and rat barriers associated with autophagy. While a normal physiological process, autophagy also involves the destruction of old cells to make way for new ones.

When the nanoparticles used that pathway, they triggered messenger molecules like IL-6 that harmed the DNA of astrocytes and neurons, two types of important brain cells. Blocking either the autophagy process or the IL-6 molecule reduced the damage to the DNA, confirming the ultimate source of the problem are the nanoparticles.

The experiment results show that nanoparticles exert hitherto unknown indirect effects on cells. This should be kept in mind by health professionals who have been evaluating their safety based on their direct effects.

Astrocytes might be key to neuron health

Astrocytes took on even more importance during the nanoparticle experiment. The most numerous type of cell in the brain, astrocytes perform numerous roles in the central nervous system. Their ubiquitous presence gave them significant influence over nearby neurons.

According to lead author and neuroscience expert Maeve Caldwell, media from nanoparticle-affected cell barriers only caused damage to neurons if there were astrocytes nearby. She also notes that stressed astrocytes showed themselves capable of damaging the DNA of neighboring neurons.

Caldwell believes astrocytes are an important factor in neuron health. She suggests that future studies could consider these star-shaped cells as possible targets for treatment procedures of neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.

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California Making It Illegal to be a Christian Under Proposed Unconstitutional Bill


The California State Assembly is trying to make it illegal to be a witnessing Christian or even a practicing Christian. this is Satanic tyranny on steroids. You will not believe what legislators are trying to pass.

n April of 2018, conservative network, One America News Network (OAN), interviewed California State Assembly member Travis Allen, who is also running for governor as a Republican. The topic of theinterview was Assembly Bill 2943. Thi is a well-supported proposed law currently before state legislators. The interview was viewed 1.4 million times on Facebook.

California state government is wholly against anyone professing to be a Christian hetereosexual-practicing individual. The proposed law even extends to prohibiting the suggestion that girls wear skirts and boys wear slacks.

In 2012, the California Assembly passed the very controversial Senate Bill 1172, which banned mental health professionals from performing SOCE on children under the age of 18. The law defines SOCE as: “any practices by mental health providers that seek to change an individual’s sexual orientation. This includes efforts to change behaviors or gender expressions, or to eliminate or reduce sexual or romantic attractions or feelings toward individuals of the same sex”. The limitations placed upon actions and statements by the bill extends to individuals as it prohibits SOCE from being performed by any individual, not just by mental health providers. This is a direct attack upon the First Amendment from both a freedom of speech perspective, but it also extends to the free exercise of religion clause of the First Amendment.

AB-2119 requires children in foster care to receive gender-affirming therapy if they have gender dysphoria. It bans any form of conversion therapy.  It is not clear if it is permissible to convert heterosexuals to homosexuality. The bill appears to only limit covnersion froma one-way practice.

In summary, California LGBTQ activists have introduced a bill that would make it illegal for Christians to provide biblically based counseling for those wanting to get help for unwanted same-sex attractions, as Assemblyman Evan Low’s bill, AB 2943, states that “advertising, offering to engage in, or engaging in sexual orientation change efforts with an individual” is illegal under state’s consumer fraud law…” Whatever happened to letting each person decide what is best for them?

To Christians in California it is time to make a stand. The time for dissent and civil disobedience is now. To everyone else across the country, if you think that this is going to stop in California, think again.



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7 Habits That Are Making You Unhappy

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Sometimes it is less what we do, and more what we don’t do that has the biggest impact on our lives.

Happiness; something that everyone wants to find in some form, yet elusive enough that many never really find the deep level of satisfaction that they crave. Often we go for everything that surrounds the potential happiness, instead of just going direct to the source. This often leads to immense suffering.

There are many “things” in the world, yet none of those “things” will actually bring us anywhere closer to our desires. It is feelings that we need, and feelings are created by experiences and mindset.

There are many decisions we can make that will bring us closer to the life we desire, but often it is the things we choose not to do that will have the biggest impact.


It is good to have high standards, but if you expect things to be perfect you will be in for a rough ride. Those who manage to find happiness do so as a result of being able to adapt to the given situation.

Nothing will ever be perfect and you can always tweak an idea to enhance it in some way. But when you get stuck in this, you will never hold the fruit of your labour and eventually the fruit will turn sour.

Sometimes you have a very specific idea and goal, the evolution of this can change over time. If you refuse to adapt, it will cease to exist.  

Over Consumption  

What you put into your body is what you become. If you consume disempowering media and news, you will become disempowered. If you spend time with people who always talk about others, you will become untrusting. If all you eat is junk, you will feel like crap.

With that in mind- If you make the conscious effort to watch, read and listen to empowering media, you will feel empowered. If you choose your friends wisely, you will feel good in their company. If you make an effort to get the nutrition you need, you will feel energised.

We become that which we spend our time doing, choose wisely.

Living In The Past

Living in the past makes us depressed, full of guilt and shame. Comparing to how things used to be. Wishing we had taken our big opportunity or made more of an effort with our loved ones.

You can get caught in the trap of dwelling and live eternally in the past, with every consecutive moment stacking on the last. But the only place we can take action is in the present moment.  

Living In The Future

The other place unhappy people often get stuck is in the future. This creates anxiety of what is yet to come. Some things in life are unknown and the more we dwell on them, the more we get caught up.

Like living in the past, equilibrium exists in the middle ground of this moment. The best way to return to this moment is by consciously doing one thing at a time. Breathing, eating, creating, talking or whatever the task is you have at hand. Try doing just that and being distracted by nothing else.

Comparing Yourself To Others

This is a 2 fold issue, one is placing yourself higher than people around you, the other is placing yourself lower than those around you. We are not superior or inferior to anyone we are all equals here to do our own individual piece.

There will always be areas in which you excel, you should celebrate that, not use it to compensate for areas which are not your best.

The same is true for your flaws, we all have them and we cannot excel in every area. Someone maybe stronger, more intelligent or have more money than you- but they will also have flaws that may not be so apparent.   

We have to learn to work within our natural skill set. Like Einstein said:  “Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid”

Avoiding Solutions

Sometimes we can get so stuck in the problem that we fail to see there is always a solution. It may not be immediate or simple, but for every issue there is a resolve.

Complaining is a perfect example of expending your energy for no reason, while avoiding a potential answer to your problems.

The simple work around for this is to become present and when you feel stuck ask yourself- Is there a solution to what I am facing? And what is the next step I can take?

It becomes more complicated, the more people are involved, however, sometimes the solution is simply to remove yourself from the problem at hand.

Making Things Complicated

There is a very simple equation to happiness- find out what makes you feel happy, and do it! However we can get so lost on the way. We do live in a complex society and often the burdens we have to face come through no fault of our own, however, we can always simplify.

Clear out, drop some of the ideas you are pursuing, empty your wardrobe and throw some stuff away. Remove the complications and free your mind from distractions.  

Happiness is attainable and you can find it by finding yourself. Love yourself and never give up!!! Please share this article.  

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Leaf Republic Are A German Company Making Biodegradable Plates & Tableware Entirely From Leaves

By Fattima Mahdi Truth Theory

Leaf Republic are an innovative German company who source leaves from Asia and South America to make plates and tableware. In order to reduce plastic waste, the company decided to stitch together fibres from palm leaves. The plates are completely renewable and biodegradable and disintegrate within 28 days in compost.

“We invented an amazing new method to make tableware out of leaves and leaves only. No chemicals, no plastics, not a single tree was cut down.”

Here are just some of the amazing benefits of these plates (via Brightside):

  • They are 100% natural: each of the three layers is made entirely out of large leaves, stitched together with palm leaf fibers.
  • Absolutely zero synthetics, chemical binders, or glue hold the layers together: they are simply compressed with the help of a machine.
  • They are completely waterproof: no more soggy cardboard to dampen our picnic spirit when the heavens decide to open!
  • Not only are they fully biodegradable, they do so within 28 days (unused they have a shelf life of approximately 18 months) — that’s quicker than an apple core!
  • Their unique and natural texture give a tactile freshness that feels miles away from shiny and heavily processed paper plates.

Leaf Republics philosophy from their website is as follows: “Because we spend only a brief moment on this world. Everything we own is only temporary. What really counts is what we create, what we build up. What counts are our actions and our decisions. They last forever. They make up the true value of our being. If these actions lead to building up a sustainable, social, gainful company, then we will have the greatest job in the world.”

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