The White House has just released its proposed budget for 2009 and there are a few...
World Record: Uruguayan Army Grills 12 Tons of Beef
Nearly 20,000 spectators were on hand to watch 1,250 volunteers grill twelve metric tons of beef in Montevideo Sunday. Moo.
The "Lost Brittlestar City" of Antartica
Image from laszio-photo The world record for the fastest a human can swim as a matter of fact, is just over 5 miles an hour. I explain that as a way of proving that there are sea stars th
Get the D@mn Government Out of the Way
Every month, I receive an Eco-Sense Update from Ann and Gord Baird. Canada is becoming more like America every day. Image by François Detemmerman The Bairds are build
Incredible Images of the Violent Death of Insects
stboed Death is often the domain of terror, darkness and torment but as these images would suggest there is also a surreal beauty captured, even for a split second, when the end finally comes
God Smiles on Stoners, Eases Drought in Kentucky
For those of you who remember hearing about how the drought affecting the Southeast United States was bad for marijuana production last summer– or maybe you just, ahem, noticed– there’s been so
10 Hottest Links of the Week
It’s link roundup time again, and we at EG have collected some of the best of what’s currently on the web for your viewing pleasure!
Germany Wins War With Americans
Everything’s a competition, and this competition was no different. 20 teams from around the world competed last week for the title of ‘Best Solar-Powered Home’. The competition was the third Solar
Salmon + Sea Lions > Feds
Image from remainingoceansart Salmon in the Columbia River near the Oregon-Washington border have been considered endangered for some time, and subject to federal protective orde
The Spooky Side of Climate Change
By new contributor Richard Rhodes. Richard lives in Thailand with his wife and children and runs an eco-frame business. If you feel like writing for us, dro