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Italian Man Catches 280 Pound Catfish

A man in Italy has told the media that he has caught one of the largest catfish in the world weighing in at 280 pounds. Italian fisherman Dino Ferrari and his brother took a fishing trip to the Po River in northern Italy where they reported that they had wrestled with the giant fish for …

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Climate Change Deniers Proven Wrong

Anyone who denies that climate change is harmful need only look to the small Alaskan island village of Kivalina for proof. The native IƱupiat made Kivalina their home when the United States government long ago forced nomadic peoples who originally lived in small hunter-gatherer groups to go to the Kivalina government-run school. The town’s current …

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The Eiffel Tower and Alternative Energy

Alternative energy advocates now have a new cause of celebration in a not so new landmark in France. The Eiffel Tower now uses wind power to generate electricity for the commercial areas in the bottom of the tower. This structure that has been up for over a century is now utilizing one of the myriad …

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San Paulo Struggles Amidst Brutal Drought

San Paulo, Brazil is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. Recently, a rather shocking development has emerged from this wonderful city on the sea. People are wishing the sea did not have any salt in it because a massive drought is overtaking the locality. San Paulo is suffering from its biggest …

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Is Eating Meat Harmful to the Environment?

Do you enjoy eating a good steak every now and then? How about that daily hamburger on your lunch break? Are you a meat eater overall, a lover of red meat in particular? If so, the US government might be getting on your back soon. The government has come out with the decision that meat …

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Train Derail with Oil Cargo Renews Debate for Keystone Pipeline XL

The Keystone Pipeline project has been completed with the exception of the 1,700 mile stretch of pipeline which will carry Canadian tar sands oil across the US border to the Gulf of Mexico. The remaining stretch of pipeline is called the Keystone Pipeline XL project. Last week, House Speaker John Boehner signed the law marking …

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The Strongest Biological Material on Earth

A recently reported scientific study sheds new light on the strongest biological material on Earth. For many years, most naturalists believed that spider silk should receive that designation. Now, researchers have determined another natural material with even stronger capacities: limpet “teeth”. Limpets populate coastal pools in many locations. These tiny creatures cling firmly to rocks …

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The Antique Wine Company: Tourism and Business Combined

The Antique Wine Company is one of the most well known wine companies in all of Europe. Europe is known for its great historical sites, food, and tourist location. The Antique Wine Company based in London exemplifies all of these attributes. The Antique Wine Company was founded in the 1980’s by Stephen Williams and is …

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The Bald Eagle Population Is Finally Increasing

Conservationists Are Discovering New Nesting Sights People who have never seen a bald eagle before are seeing these magnificent birds soaring below the clouds in areas where human ignorance almost destroyed their environment. The U.S. bald eagle has been experiencing a down-low attack by humans for several decades. Pesticides and the destruction of their natural …

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14 Famous Restaurant Chains Shamed On Recycling Study

Fast food restaurants worldwide have many things in common and one of the biggest is the use of paper products to serve their food. Cups, plates, napkins, wrappers, ect., go out of the restaurant into the hands of consumers daily at an alarming rate. A recent study of many top food chains revealed that most …

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