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15 Powerful Ted Talks on Climate Change You Need to Watch – EARTH.ORG

Since 1984, the nonprofit organisation TED has been devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks that cover topics ranging from science and business to global issues in more than 100 languages. In recent years, several…

Playing Sports at School Makes People Grittier and Harder Working

Playing sports at school makes people “grittier” and harder working, boosts the chances of achieving long-term goals, and having successful careers, say scientists. Oftentimes old fashioned notions about people arose from a collected experiential wisdom, and in this case, Teddy Roosevelt’s notion that sports hardens a young man seems correct. A study looked at adults who […]

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Study Shows Duolingo Learning Outcomes Are Comparable to University Classes

A study found that, despite being a 1-week wonder-kind-of-habit, people who study languages on Duolingo perform as well as University students with years under their belts. The most popular language-learning platform on Earth, Duolingo offers courses on more than 20 languages, but whether or not they materialize as useful is difficult to ascertain. The experiment, […]

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Global Warming Solutions, Inc. joins forces with Creative engineers to finalize the last stage of its groundbreaking sodium battery. – GlobeNewswire

Temecula, CA, July 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Warming Solutions, Inc., (OTC: GWSO), a worldwide developer of technologies that help mitigate global warming and its effects on the planet, joins forces with Creative Engineers, a leading process engineering company…

A D-Day Pilot Celebrated Turning 102 Attributing Longevity to “Art, Music, Good Food and the Finest Wine

A D-Day pilot celebrated turning 102, and attributes his longevity partly to a love of fine wine, among other pleasures. Harry Gamper, who turned 102 on July 20th, missed his 100th birthday party due to lockdown, but made sure he had double the fun this year. War hero and father of two, Harry served as […]

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When Antibiotics Failed, She Found a Natural Enemy of Superbug Bacteria to Save Husband’s Life

Tom Patterson was dying in a U.S. hospital from a massive bacterial infection he’d contracted while traveling in Egypt. Doctors gave him a prognosis of days. Fortunately, his wife, Steffanie Strathdee, happened to be an infectious disease epidemiologist, who was not going to give up searching for the needle in a haystack required to cure […]

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How US and UK faith communities are addressing global warming – Yale Climate Connections

Faith communities are an arena in which personal climate actions can expand to have a greater impact. These inspiring examples of what faith leaders (and groups of the faithful) are doing about the climate may be of particular interest to…

Biden Concedes Defeat on Climate Bill as Manchin and Inflation Upend Agenda – The New York Times

WASHINGTON — President Biden bowed to political reality on Friday, conceding that he had been unable to persuade a holdout coal-state Democrat, or any Republicans in the Senate, to back legislation that had been his greatest hope to confront the…

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