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New Encyclopedia Includes Every Living Thing on Earth
In 1735 Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus published the first edition of Systema Naturae, the first real successful attempt to group and classify the living things in our world. At more than 30,000 pages for just the first volume, this encyclopedia
Are Your Shoes Green?
Let me make this clear: as long as you’re walking someplace that you could have taken your car, probably. But what about on a global scale? Are those superfly Nikes you’re sporting hurti
Space Junk Near-Miss on Russian Outhouse: Lawsuit Ensues
Boris Urmatov was a little disturbed to see a 10-foot long chunk of metal come crashing down next to his outhouse, to the Russian shepherd did what I expect any American would have done–filed a lawsuit. Image from <a href=”http://www.flickr
Arctic ice melt uncovers legendary sea route that connects Europe and Asia.
Explorers have searched for it for centuries and failed. However, it seems that now the Northwest Passage – a legendary sea route that connects Europe and Asia has been uncovered by one of the most unlikely culprits. No not archeologists, not scientists,
Bush and Navy Lose High Court Appeal Over Sonar Use
Recently, President Bush had attempted to use his power to exempt the Navy from laws partially restricting the use of sonar on the California coast. A naval sonar operator on the USS Conquest in the late 80s The restrictions were meant to
Friends of the Earth retracts BSkyB bid
On Tuesday, we reported about Friends of the Earth’s bid to become BSkyB’s charity partner, which caused controversy within the environmental orga
Primates In Mortal Danger
25 of your closest relatives may disappear at any moment. A report commissioned by three leading conservationist charities lists 25 primate species living on the brink of extinction. Hunting and habitat loss are the main reasons for the decline.
"Foot in mouth" for Debbie Reynolds at least.
Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. On the 6th of September, Debbie Reynolds chief vetenary
Rent-A-Hybrid. Will It Work?
As gas prices in the U.S. Continue reading →