In 1735 Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus published the first edition of Systema Naturae,...
Rent-A-Hybrid. Will It Work?
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Cheese Sculpture Honors Independence Day
Image by Reuters The French may be known for their love of the most pungent of cheeses and the British for the cheese-rolling antics, but the US claimed bra
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!
Green Exercise is Good for Mental Health
Research study shows exercise outdoors could improve mood.
Report: Weather Disasters Have Increased 400%
Weather related disasters have increased 4-fold since 1980, according to a report published by Oxfam on Sunday. Oxfam attributed the increase to global warming. The number of storms went from an average of around 120 disasters a year in the earl
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
Photo Company Offers Film Free and Low Carbon Passport Photos
A new photo company is offering passport photos using only the web in an effort to cut down on carbon emissions. E-photoframes recently released its virtual photo booth. Although there are similar prod
"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
A Rare Glimpse Inside China's Power Plants
Recent reports in the UK news suggest that China is currently building around two new power stations a week. This video provides a rare glimpse inside one of them. Is it so unique, or is it no different than Didcot power station? Why has it come to be a s