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Global Climate at a Tipping Point

Climate change is seen as the environmental problem of our age by growing numbers of scientists. Warmer temperatures will bode ill for low-lying countries and states in the U.S. as rising sea levels begin to claim areas currently at sea level that are not protected by a well-maintained system of levies. The world’s oceans and …

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Energy Saving Table

Lets face it furniture is a necessity, and the more functionality it has the more convenient our living space becomes. But what if our furniture could conserve energy. When it comes to thermal control air conditioning is a convenient but costly opulence. With the work of designer Jean-Sebastien Lagrange and his partner architect and engineer …

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A Biodegradable Computer Chip

The University of Wisconsin, at Madison has created a cellulose nanofibril (CNF) computer chip. A computer chip made almost entirely of wood (yes what makes paper can now make electronics.) Zhenqiang “Jack” Ma, lead author of the paper, said “The majority of material in a chip is support. We only use less than a couple …

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Mysteryland Has Some Unique Camping

Mysteryland is a place that has a three day festival, and it’s a lot of fun for those who attended. Over 8,000 people attended the festival this past weekend, and the camping is something to look forward to. Festival At Mysteryland. Those who go camping at Mysteryland, they understand that camping there is not like …

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Changing Climate Affects Seasonal Health Problems

As the global climate continues to warm the world over, fears of increased dispersion of allergen triggers such as ragweed make many worried over the effect it may have on allergy and hay fever sufferers. This fear isn’t central to North America. Shifts in climate going back to the ’60s is blamed by many experts …

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UK Ladybugs Threatened by Invading Harlequins

The ladybug population of the UK, known as ladybirds, has been decimated by the introduction of an invading species known as the Harlequin Ladybird. A recent study has declared the Harlequin the fastest spreading invading species in the UK and is thought to be responsible for the 44 percent decline in the number of two …

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Hot Spot in Troposphere Confirmed after Years of Debate

A new study has finally confirmed a highly debated subject of climate science. The troposphere, the layer of atmosphere where weather patterns form, has been found to be a hot spot in the atmosphere. Temperatures in the troposphere are rising much more quickly than the air on the surface of the Earth. In the past …

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52 Killed in Landslide in Colombia

At least 52 people were killed in Colombia on Monday following a landslide. According to official reports, the landslide occurred in Salgar around 3am. Salgar is a municipality comprised of several small towns and villages. It is located in Western Colombia. Rescue efforts are currently underway, but it is feared that more bodies will be …

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USA’s Oldest Park Ranger Is 93

It’s never too late to start a new career, and for93 year old Betty Soskin that statement couldn’t be more true. Soskin decided that when she was 85 that she would do something else, which is how she ended up becoming a park ranger. According to an article found on reddit and written by Today.com, …

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The Fighting Plant

Researchers and scientists are constantly discovering what benefits nature can give us. Plants are being used more and more to add nutrients to or eliminate harmful agents from certain medicines. Recently, scientists have discovered anti-cancer agents in a simple plant. The plant goes by the name Miquelia dentate Bedd. It is a climbing shrub found …

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