At a time when more than half of all humans live in cities, the influence of the natural world is at a low ebb, while our understanding of it keeps growing.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/28/2017

You Spend 5 Percent of Your Day Outside. Try Making It More
Lauretta Wolf
Karen Edwards
Deborah Friedberg
Without toys and largely unsupervised, children climb and cook and howl like wolves in the wilderness.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/28/2017

Running Free in Germany’s Outdoor Preschools
Pd Ward
Barti Maeus
Moira Heatherton
Inhabitants of Zhokhov appear to have bred sled dogs as early as 9000 years ago
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/27/2017

Earliest evidence for dog breeding found on remote Siberian island
Evidence for a temple dedicated to the goddess Isis was revealed by graffiti on a 1st century flagon unearthed in Tooley Street, Southwark which read
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/27/2017

Did you know? London was once home to an ancient Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Isis – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News
Patricia Cook
Bee Kerr
Dayanara Ryelle
Knowledge is power, the old saying goes, but it isn't much use if it's hidden away – so we're excited to learn that the US Library of Congress is making 25 million of its records available for free, for anyone to access online .
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/27/2017

The US Library of Congress Just Put 25 Million Records Online, Free of Charge
Susan Lussier
Gee Connor
Jamieson Rhodes
Hannah Smith
Linda Megow
King Arthur Pendragon argued a parking fee of £15 for the summer solstice breached his human rights.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/26/2017

King Arthur Pendragon loses Stonehenge 'pay to pray' court challenge - BBC News
Kevin Brown
Robyn Wakefield Murphy
Amanda McMahon
"Witches who run an occult shop in the shadow of a famous Cathedral claim they are victims of a hate campaign - but say the police are doing nothing about it."
Witches who run an occult shop in the shadow of a famous

Hate campaign brands Gloucester witches 'terrorists'
Bill Coffman
Susan Moore
Ginger Kubicz
Ollie might be the world’s smartest dog—or the most deceptive. Residing in Perth, Australia, and publishing under the pseudonym Dr. Olivia Doll, the Staffordshire terrier (not pictured above) serves on seven medical journal editorial boards, Perth Now reports.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Australian dog serves on the editorial boards of seven medical journals
Don Murray
Trey Capnerhurst
Peg O'Connell
For the first time, scientists have found what appears to be an extra layer of plate tectonics lurking in Earth's mantle under east Asia, and it could finally explain a mysterious series of earthquakes between Fiji and Australia.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Scientists Just Detected What Appears to Be a Whole New Layer in Earth's Mantle
Stuart Mantle
Perhaps one of the most intriguing and interesting phenomena in quantum physics is what Einstein referred to as a
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Scientists Are About to Perform an Experiment to See if The Human Mind Is Bound by Physics
Cecil Schultheisz
Gayla Caldwell Dodd
Matt Morawski
Our brains are pretty good at filling in the blanks when it comes to our sense of perception - often to the point we have a mental movie of an entire event before it even finishes unfolding.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Your Brain Is Trying to Show You The Future - And It Might Save Your Life
Rachel Penney
Snakes, although as social as birds and mammals, have long been thought to be solitary hunters and eaters. A new study shows that some snakes coordinate their hunts to increase their chances of success.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Snakes Coordinate Hunts, Study Shows
Soil science to help your garden spring into shape.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

How To Turn Table Scraps Into Compost
President Donald Trump's budget proposal calls for saving $10 million next year by selling wild horses captured throughout the West without the current requirement that buyers guarantee the animals won't be resold for slaughter.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/25/2017

Trump budget would allow sale of wild horses for slaughter
David Stauffer
John Miller
Fred Crane
Forty years ago, feline hyperthyroidism was virtually nonexistent. Now it’s an epidemic — and some scientists think a class of everyday chemicals might be to blame.
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/21/2017

The Mystery of the Wasting House-Cats
Karen Elizabeth
Kristy Morrill
Anastasia Millar
No seeds were lost but the ability of the rock vault to provide failsafe protection against all disasters is now threatened by climate change
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/20/2017

Arctic stronghold of world’s seeds flooded after permafrost melts
Chance Anthony Gomez
Natasha Rivera
Melissa Kaoru Hull
Over the past 30 years, three-quarters of eastern US tree species have been shifting to the west, and at an astonishing rate of around 15.4 kilometres per decade (9.5 miles).
The Witches' Voice, Inc. 05/19/2017

American Trees Have Started Migrating West, And No One Knows Why
Paula Lynn
Philip V Bernier-Smith
Vaughan Andersen
John Miller
DeeDee Allore
Jeff Blackshear
Jeffery Rowe
Willow Moon
Lynda Gordon