After getting drunk on stolen liquor and vandalizing an electrical cable support, 6...
Freecycling: Get Your Very Own Trailer
This opportunity is too good to pass up. This supercool blog is giving away a caravan (trailer home in the US) to the first person who can collect it! Not like this. W
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
Environmental Graffiti is not exactly known for being a hotbed of climate change skepticism. In general, we believe that global warming is real and at least partially increasing because of human activity. That being said, we realized that there
The scientist, Professor Ian Wilmut, who led the team that created Dolly the sheep has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours. His knighthood was awarded for services to science. Professor Ian Wilmut and researchers from the <a href=”http:
Irish Man Uses Son's Tooth To Repair Blind Eye
Bob McNichol, blind since a 2005 explosion in an aluminum recycling center, believed he would be blind the rest of his life after Irish doctors told him they were out of options. Image by <a href=”http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Eyeball
Guess which country has experienced only 18 months of independence and is being brutalised as we speak?
By new contributor Tabi-Sal. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! There is a country which has only experienced 18 months of independence between colonial rulers. Its waters ar
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
The City that Just Said No to Nuclear
Some 30 years ago, I lived in the small city of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Freiburg, Germany. Photo by CrazyD At that time, Ontario Hydro wan
"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