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Information and the Internet: How to Separate Fact From Fiction

[KNOWLEDGE IS POWER]

  • 19 May 2016
  • Author: NickRyan
  • Number of views: 71
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Information and the Internet: How to Separate Fact From Fiction
The Internet is undoubtedly the means of communication that transmits more information today than whatever has been transmitted in the past thousand years through any other mean that mankind has created ever. Its cost, its effectivity and its reach is what has made it the king of any form of communication ever and it is because of the same reason that it’s so hard to find a piece of legitimate information that has been proven to be truthful. How can we trust something that anybody could have modified? That’s why, when we stumble upon pages that we can trust, it almost feels like stepping on an oasis in the desert.

Fuel-less Flight

[SOLAR TECH]

  • 18 May 2016
  • Author: NickRyan
  • Number of views: 71
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Fuel-less Flight
Do you imagine completing a 62 hour flight with a gallon of gasoline? No? Impossible, right? How about half a gallon? Less? Well it obviously is impossible for a airplane to fly without any fuel to propel its flight, but what about solar energy? Arguably the most common form of eco-friendly form of energy available for mankind today and the cheapest too (compared to other forms of obtaining energy). Then why aren’t we using it more of it? 

The High Cost of Moral Satisfaction

[ORGANIC]

  • 16 May 2016
  • Author: NickRyan
  • Number of views: 70
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The High Cost of Moral Satisfaction
What would you prefer? A fresh, just plucked apple? Or a week old apple? Of course you’ll prefer the freshest? But what if one would be significantly more expensive than the other? Maybe 12 to 25% percent more expensive? Then you’d be a little more hesitant right? 

Listeria Recall: What You Need to Know

[GET INFORMED]

  • 15 May 2016
  • Author: NickRyan
  • Number of views: 333
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Listeria Recall: What You Need to Know
If you’ve recently bought any product, specifically frozen vegetables from the brands Wellsley Farms Organic, True Goodness, Organic by Nature and Schwan’s Frozen Vegetables; than be wary it could contain Listeria monocytogenes. These pathogens can cause influenza-like symptoms, such as, persisting fever, feeling weak, stiff necks, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, headaches and ⅕ of the times, death. In pregnant women it could cause miscarriage, premature birth and infections. 

Coral in the Amazon

[INCREDIBLE]

  • 14 May 2016
  • Author: NickRyan
  • Number of views: 64
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Coral in the Amazon
Although discovered in an expedition in the year of 2012, this huge coral reef would be known publicly known until its publication in the journal Science Advances. The trip’s main goals was to figure out how the plume in the Amazon -The place where salt water mixes with fresh water, affects the way the ocean absorbs carbon dioxide.

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Are We Alone? The Latest Advancements In The Search For Alien Life

We like to think we are alone in this universe; that we are the only intelligent life form. Yet, here we are, searching for life beyond our galaxy. Now, private exploration is the way of the future and the way that we will find if we are the only intelligent life form.

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Yet More Horribly Depressing Proof That Animals Aren't Meant For Captivity

For anyone that does not like snakes, I suggest you have someone else read you this. If they scare you, you can always close your eyes while they read. Otherwise, hang on, as this snake is a whopper.


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Grandma's Moving...Into Your Backyard

It is no longer called the mother-in-law’s room or the guest house, now it is called the “granny pod.” These tiny homes are put in the backyard so an aging parent or loved one does not have to live in a nursing home.
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The Tree of Life Gets a Makeover

If you’re like most of us, you’ve always envisioned the Tree of Life as a tree right? Well, now we can look at it as bacteria that create the trees. Scientists have found that all basis of life is made up of the bacteria and archaea or cells and eukaryotes.
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Night of the Walking Dead (Crabs)

In Panama, where the sky is blue and balmy and the water is turquoise and calm, we fantasize of paradise. But beneath the surface lies another picture altogether. Turbid waters stirred up by thousands of creeping crabs. The seafloor is covered with millions of them. As they march toward their destinations, the crabs stir up a fine dust of silt, swarming like ants or arachnids. Since the crab is a member of the arachnid family, maybe we should not be so quick to think this out of the ordinary.

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Vegetables: The Clean Fifteen and the Dirty Dozen

There are killers in our food supply and we allow it to be so. The pesticides that are in our fruits and vegetables are killing us, just like they kill insects. The amount that is in our fresh food is frightening.
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All Dogs Deserve a Second Chance

Yes, you can believe your eyes, there are 700 stray animals that make a home here in Costa Rica. This animal paradise, better known as Territorio de Zaguates or Land of the Strays, is on top of a beautiful mountain, located only about an hour away from San Jose, the capital city of Costa Rica.

 

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The Future is Now: Erasing Memories

How many of us have always wished we could forget something, only to have it keep returning with fresh pain? Well, there may be hope for the hopeless. There may be a drug for you that will help with just that; bad memories. In order to gain new memories, we must delete old ones, says Cornelius Gross of European Molecular Biology Laboratory. And he thinks he knows how to do it.
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When Wasps Attack!

With summer on its way, it is time to think about bug protection. Wasp attacks happen so quickly and so fast it’s hard to prepare. Now is the time to recognize and understand why wasps attack, and how you can avoid them altogether.

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Is Keeping Track Getting You Off Track?

Keeping track of your fitness may be what is throwing you off of your fitness game. The constant monitoring can make exercise a drag instead of a joy. Especially if you constantly check your tracker to make sure you are always achieving the best workout possible.

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Hey! There's Green in My Beer!

Labatt Brewing Company Ltd. is a well known brewer and now a lesser known eco-friendly company trying to clean the shores of Buffalo New York. 
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Coral in the Amazon

Although discovered in an expedition in the year of 2012, this huge coral reef would be known publicly known until its publication in the journal Science Advances. The trip’s main goals was to figure out how the plume in the Amazon -The place where salt water mixes with fresh water, affects the way the ocean absorbs carbon dioxide.
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Listeria Recall: What You Need to Know

If you’ve recently bought any product, specifically frozen vegetables from the brands Wellsley Farms Organic, True Goodness, Organic by Nature and Schwan’s Frozen Vegetables; than be wary it could contain Listeria monocytogenes. These pathogens can cause influenza-like symptoms, such as, persisting fever, feeling weak, stiff necks, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, headaches and ⅕ of the times, death. In pregnant women it could cause miscarriage, premature birth and infections. 
Read more
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The High Cost of Moral Satisfaction

What would you prefer? A fresh, just plucked apple? Or a week old apple? Of course you’ll prefer the freshest? But what if one would be significantly more expensive than the other? Maybe 12 to 25% percent more expensive? Then you’d be a little more hesitant right? 

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Fuel-less Flight

Do you imagine completing a 62 hour flight with a gallon of gasoline? No? Impossible, right? How about half a gallon? Less? Well it obviously is impossible for a airplane to fly without any fuel to propel its flight, but what about solar energy? Arguably the most common form of eco-friendly form of energy available for mankind today and the cheapest too (compared to other forms of obtaining energy). Then why aren’t we using it more of it? 
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Information and the Internet: How to Separate Fact From Fiction

The Internet is undoubtedly the means of communication that transmits more information today than whatever has been transmitted in the past thousand years through any other mean that mankind has created ever. Its cost, its effectivity and its reach is what has made it the king of any form of communication ever and it is because of the same reason that it’s so hard to find a piece of legitimate information that has been proven to be truthful. How can we trust something that anybody could have modified? That’s why, when we stumble upon pages that we can trust, it almost feels like stepping on an oasis in the desert.
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