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Amazing human feats

Humans can do some amazing things

Coffee with a Cause

enjoy great coffee and help benefit good causes

Big Oil back to its cunning ways

[sgmb id=”1″]n the two months leading up to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to issue to the Dakota Access pipeline project an allotment of Nationwide 12 permits (NWP)…

Water – the next battlefront

WE ALL think we know why wars are fought. Whether it’s the devastation in Syria, armed skirmishes in Africa or Russia’s expansionist leanings, armed conflicts are usually seen…

Nuclear explosions visualized – a sad state of affairs for the planet

[sgmb id=”1″]An interesting read on the wolfram alpha site

Lizards struggle to stay cool in a warming world

  It seems like we learn something new every day about how climate change is wreaking havoc on our planet. And here today’s statistic, one that will make…

Wildebeest Migration

A Month-by-Month Guide to the Wildebeest Migration It is rated as one of the world’s most spectacular natural events – every year over a million wildebeest, zebra and…

Darfur Genocide

The ongoing genocidal massacre in Darfur, the far western province of Sudan, is almost completely forgotten today in the West, and is no longer as chic and high…

Lions facing Extinction

Kenya is annually losing an average of 100 of its 2,000 lions due to growing human settlements, increasing farming, climate change and disease, according to the Kenya Wildlife…

Multiple species of giraffe, study finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Genetic research on the world’s tallest land animal has found that there are four distinct species of giraffe, not just one as long believed, with…