History is littered with stories of the psychoactive properties of deli bal, still produced today in the Kaçkar mountains
Source: Creating a buzz: Turkish beekeepers risk life and limb to make mad honey | World news | The Guardian
Of course, the Sanskrit word for honey, madhu, like mead (the ancient drink made with honey) and mad (which is Sanskrit for hilarity, rapture) all come from the same Indo-European root.
"A British Indian author and journalist has been stripped of his Indian overseas citizenship after he wrote an article criticising the regime of the country’s prime minister, Narendra Modi." The Guardian
It's an interesting alternative to Gecko, KHTML and WebKit and a semi-alternative to Chromium (though based, like Chromium on Blink)
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Thousands of Belgian students skipped classes for the fourth week in a row on Thursday to protest against global warming, part of a growing youth protest around the world.
A hopeful sign.
"technique developed by a Jesuit priest is producing bigger harvests – and reducing emissions of a crop responsible for 1.5% of greenhouse gases"
In The One Straw Revolution, Fukuoka too championed his method of growing rice with much less water, which was similarly ignored.
"Israeli occupation bureaucrats shamelessly exploit Palestinian patients from Gaza to present their military rule over a besieged people as benign or even benevolent."
thanks to Richard M. Stallman for sharing.
The British government is already flouting its own rules, allowing scrap tyres to be sent abroad for burning – what will happen post-Brexit?
Amazing, shocking article