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Category Archive: Enviornment

Jan 30 2013

A unique protest against pollution

You may not like Chinese philanthropist and environmentalist Chen Guangbiao, I like him. He has been selling canned fresh air to fight pollution. Chen said, “Every day we are inhaling the exhaust fumes of cars, and now we have pollution-free air to sell – a benefit to everyone’s health and longevity.” Canned fresh air is …

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Nov 19 2012

Penis!

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There are so many different kinds of penises. I have been thinking about a few penises. They are quite amazing. The Tasmanian Echidna has a penis with four heads.

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Oct 22 2012

The whale talk

NOC, a nine-year-old whale made human-like-sounds. Vocal bursts averaged about three per second, with pauses reminiscent of human speech. Analysis of the recordings showed that the frequencies within them were spread out into “harmonics” in a way very unlike whales’ normal vocalizations and more like those of humans. The mimicry is no easy task for …

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Oct 21 2012

The speech!

BBC says: Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s fiery speech on misogyny has prompted Australia’s leading dictionary to update its definition of the word. Footage of Ms Gillard lambasting the opposition’s Tony Abbott as a misogynist in parliament last week drew global attention. The Macquarie Dictionary describes misogyny as ”hatred of women” but editor Sue Butler …

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Oct 16 2012

Goodbye dear primates!

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Today's news : Twenty-five species of primate are now close to extinction, according to a report released at the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity. Pygmy Tarsier Nine originate from Asia, six from Madagascar, five from Africa and five from the Neotropics. Some are appallingly close to the brink, such as the Pygmy Tarsier (Tarsius pumilus) …

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Sep 12 2012

100 most endangered species!

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Scientists fear 100 most endangered species they listed at the World Conservation Congress in South Korea will be allowed to die out because they have no obvious benefits for human beings. The population of many endangered species is less than 100. Some of the species population is just 10 or less than 10. We humans …

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Sep 09 2012

Sea Otters can save the world from global warming!

A new study says : Sea Otters can save the world from environmental collapse. All they have to do is what comes naturally — keep eating Sea Urchins. More Otters means less Urchins, and less Urchins means more healthy kelp forests. More healthy kelp forests means less CO2. According to the researchers at the University …

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