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A couple is buying land — and letting it go wild

[embedded content] Compared to the barren, brown stretch of land that juts up against it, the Singh family’s lot sticks out like a green thumb. In the video above produced by Mongabay India, you can see how the sprawling acres…

Healthy Eating

Mediterranean diet could add years to your life

If there’s a single way of eating that persists in laying claim as one of the healthiest, it’s the Mediterranean diet. Experts continue to sing its praises. And the number of positive studies over the years makes it hard to…

Mediterranean diet could add years to your life

If there’s a single way of eating that persists in laying claim as one of the healthiest, it’s the Mediterranean diet. Experts continue to sing its praises. And the number of positive studies over the years makes it hard to…

Why you should watch out for nutrient thieves

It’s no surprise that cigarette smoking or living under constant stress are bad for your health, but did you know that one way they have a negative impact is by robbing you of needed nutrients? In fact, there are plenty…

Why Is Boris Johnson Letting Eco-Fascists Run Wild In Britain?

Extinction Rebellion vandals are digging up the lawns outside Cambridge’s grandest college Trinity and have blocked one of the roundabouts near the city center. Why aren’t the police arresting them? Why should taxpayers have to pay for the damage done?…

USask study reveals origin of endangered Colombian poison frog hybrids

(University of Saskatchewan) The origin of an understudied hybrid population of poisonous frogs — highly endangered colorful animals that live deep in the Colombian jungle — is the result of natural breeding and not caused by wildlife traffickers moving them, a University of Saskatchewan (USask) study shows.

Driving transformation with laser-guided autonomous vehicles

See how the machines are making work safer at one Georgia-Pacific plant in Crossett, Ark. Nobody – and nothing – is perfect. As Georgia-Pacific master technician Mike Cooper learned, sometimes even a gigantic rolling robot can benefit from a little…