So I am sitting here in the convention hall in Nusa Dua where international diplomats...
City Council Spends $120,000 to Move Four Newts
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Forget Hybrids, Check Out This Badass ZEV (Zero Emission Vehicle)
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UK Government-Sponsored Massacre!
In a move criticised as biased, scientist Sir David King has advised the UK government that they should cull badger populations in an attempt to prevent the spread of tuberculosis among cattle, disregarding evidence that such a move is unworkable.
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Dubai Special Offer: Get 25 Percent Off for Bugs On Food
Those of us dedicated to sustainable development and engaging new sources of food– especially those of us in America, where a Dollar won’t go as far as a Yen used to (yuk, yuk)– might want to get on the next plane to Dubai. Image by Yerf
God Smiles on Stoners, Eases Drought in Kentucky
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