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This is insane, I never thought of something like this to download videos from fb
01/17/2017 at 17:50.
Welcome to the world, Neopalpa donaldtrumpi.
Fancy-haired new moth named for Trump
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01/17/2017 at 17:52
Naming anything scientific after Trump seems like a bad joke to me.
01/17/2017 at 17:54
Oh lord.. That poor moth, to live with that name. They couldn't have come up with a better name than that! Ugh
01/17/2017 at 17:50
oh poor moth!
01/17/2017 at 17:01.
India's capital city has taken a strong stand against plastic pollution, but now it needs to convince its residents.
Delhi bans disposable plastics
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01/17/2017 at 17:10
sounds too good to be true. keeping my fingers crossed....
01/17/2017 at 17:48
A very forward thinking motion.
01/17/2017 at 17:54
Nidhi Pasi really??
01/17/2017 at 16:04.
How does this make any sense???
NC lawmakers aim to stop wind farm (except it's already been built)
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Michael E. McCue
01/17/2017 at 17:46
Republicans are the ones who say they want a free market economy without a lot of regulations, I guess that is only a free unregulated market for their friends and supporters. They seem very wiling to use unreasonable unnecessary regulations to help their donors.
01/17/2017 at 16:19
SO easy to see which crooks, I mean "lawmakers", are owned by the fossil fuels industry
Niels Hee Andersen
01/17/2017 at 17:05
well cheaper electricity to 60.000 homes is bound to harm somebody business!!!
01/17/2017 at 15:04.
Tiny houses don't have to be overly cute and rustic, as this little modern home shows.
Novio is a warm & minimalist 210 sq. ft. tiny house from Quebec
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Veronica B. Vale
01/17/2017 at 17:41
too much cost
01/17/2017 at 14:01.
Oh dear, morning rush hour at school.
Just a normal day, dropping the kid off at school
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Elizabeth M. Wilkerson
01/17/2017 at 14:25
This is crazy. My kids are 15, 12, and 7...they have all been riding the school bus every single day since they started school. We live in a rural area and honestly I can't imagine having the time to drive them to school every day anyway. The bus is a savior if you ask me. When my youngest was in preschool (where there is no bus) the line up and wait thing started...and the majority of the time I parked and we walked (and we weren't the only ones) because it drove me crazy.
01/17/2017 at 14:42
Gosh, things have changed. Asking for a ride to school in the 80's would have led to uproarious laughter, from fellow students for getting driven, and by your parents for even asking. I rode/walked, public bus, every day. This is just sad.
Zoe Michelle Fronheiser Kroll
01/17/2017 at 14:40
I drive my five year old although we have a bus sysyem. The bus would pick him up at 6:10 am when school doesn't start until 7:30 and we are about a mile from school.
Also bears roam our neighborhood before the sun comes up and that's enough reason for me.
01/17/2017 at 13:01.
A beautiful and healthy way to brighten up your day!
7 homemade turmeric teas and elixirs
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01/17/2017 at 14:31
je consomme de la curcumine chaque jour! meilleur anti cancer existant! et totalement naturel!
Marianne Bell Calloway
01/17/2017 at 13:19
Léa Beatrice 🤗
yesterday at 22:55.
Photo of the day! <3
Photo: Don't judge a fish by its resting face
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Amelia VonSchmidt Terrell
01/17/2017 at 01:01
Dawn Conant :)
yesterday at 22:01.
How to "see" beneath the ice.
High-tech mooring will gather data below Antarctic winter ice
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yesterday at 21:01.
If the roar of cars weren't enough ...
Living near heavy traffic might give you dementia
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yesterday at 21:11
Possibly pollutants... but older people are deafer and more likely to tolerate living near loud noise plus have higher propensity to develop dementia.
David C Haines
01/17/2017 at 00:32
#1 reality for all of whyseattle is oo F#cked up.StopTheDriveThrough
yesterday at 21:54
Links to autism too
yesterday at 20:01.
This is the best! Ingenious kitchen cupboards mounted outdoors, with food and toiletries free to the public.
Neighbors feed neighbors with Little Free Pantries
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yesterday at 20:06
The police states won't even allow something like this. In some places here, you can't even feed the hungry anymore, you go to jail. This is so messed up about that too.
Marcus da Cunha
01/17/2017 at 02:50
It's nice and all, but an alternative is to buy and consume with moderation. Nearly nothing is superfluous or goes to waste here.
01/17/2017 at 02:52
They have "free libraries" where I live. It looks just like this, except it's filled with books. The concept is that you can "borrow" them or keep them- and you can put books in it to donate or let other people read. It's always filled with used books, and it's such a cute idea. There is about 8 of them scattered around the neighborhood, usually matching whatever house it's in front of. Pretty cute.
yesterday at 19:05.
If you thought things could not get any worse...
While all eyes are on Washington, the real anti-environmental action is taking place at the state level
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yesterday at 19:18
if they can get away with that they will try to take away wind and solar on private property, they already tried in florida and they are working on it still
yesterday at 18:05.
It's time we started paying attention to chickens, one of the most misunderstood and ignored species on Earth.
6 fascinating facts about chickens
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yesterday at 18:38
I don't think people truly understand how much they are used, from egg to chicken. In the U.K. Approx 8m eggs hatched per day. That's hatched. That obviously means the laid ones that are used for eggs will double that or treble that amount a day. That's a lot of chickens to lay those eggs.
yesterday at 19:14
I love chickens.they eat bugs out of your yard.they are smart and so fun to raise.mine know their names and follow me around like my dogs!
yesterday at 19:03
Quinn Nny chickens are the best 😍
yesterday at 17:02.
Though often-overlooked, the humble rubber band has many services to offer!
19 Clever Uses for Rubber Bands
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yesterday at 16:38.
A study on human behavior finds that 90% of the population falls into 4 distinct categories.
Researchers identify 4 basic personality types
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yesterday at 15:02.
In the day-to-day, practicing kindness can help knit a web of compassion to give humanity a boost of resilience.
40 random acts of kindness to counter dark days
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Annelies van der Leeden
yesterday at 16:09
All great except that laughing at someone's bad joke! Don't think I could do it.. Another suggestion - if you use public transportation, and it accepts coins, have enough change with you to pay someone's fare.
yesterday at 13:11.
In celebration of peace. <3
The 10 most peaceful countries on the planet
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Dale Sanders Marucci
yesterday at 17:39
USA Congress in at 103rd. And we have Obama to thank for that
yesterday at 13:14
Dear person reading this,
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yesterday at 00:01.
Even better than Sea-Monkeys!
This man incubated supermarket eggs and got a baby quail (video)
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yesterday at 12:14
Like when I saw a YouTube video of a man trying to create a homunculus from a chicken egg (he injected his sperm in the egg and left it in a box under a reading lamp)... I wish I never watched that video, I can't unwatch it. :(
01/17/2017 at 08:35
My word folks!
If there is a cockerel around...Of course your eggs will be fertile...! 😊
I bought a dozen eggs from the market and put them under my broody chicken... Exactly 28 days later four had hatched into beautiful chickens.....I was disappointed not to get all twelve. X
Those chickens laying the eggs came from a fertilised egg, it's called Nature.
yesterday at 02:51
Clickbait! Misleading title! = Downward spiral!! And if an ovo lacto vegetarian does know that eggs can turn into chickens they are stupid.
01/15/2017 at 23:01.
A throwback to when house designs made sense! These could serve as wonderful inspiration for today.
There's lots to learn from these small house plans from the '60s
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Marcus da Cunha
yesterday at 07:06
Small homes can't come back soon enough. Even 1950s homes, they're often over 1200 sqft. Wife and I can live very comfortably in less than that. Good luck finding a home under 1000 sqft.
yesterday at 01:12
Some of these are very similar to those designed by your grandfather.
yesterday at 13:43
up front - i cant praise enough the rendering. small plans from canada's 60's hippies? the ire that very few will fathom > port orford ran out of cedar long before n.a. understood how to interpret (read) a drawing.
01/15/2017 at 22:01.
Wildflowers = bees, win-win.
Save the bees with seed bombs
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01/15/2017 at 22:26
These are easy to make. You just need to mix newspaper or tissue paper with water in a blender to make pulp, mix in seeds, and put them in a mold or roll them into balls. Let them dry and you are good to go!
Nicole M. George
yesterday at 01:58
This is a marketing scheme. Sure pastel colors are cute and fun, but it doesn't provide purpose to our planets diminishing bee problem.
Your dollar and quantity/quality of native flowers can go far further with research and seeds. 🌷🐝💕
yesterday at 06:06
Use local plants, y'all. Don't buy seeds that aren't specifically native to your bioregion. For example, Atala butterflies are an endangered species in my area, and desperately need Coontie to survive as a species. Planting milkweed, passionflower, blue porterweed, and other butterfly supporting plants supports more of my local ecosystem, including bees.
01/15/2017 at 21:01.
This new award-winning documentary reveals the stark contrasts between America's obsession with standardized tests, at the cost of everything else, and Scandinavia's embrace of all things nature-based.
'NaturePlay' film reveals Scandinavia's amazing nature-based education system
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yesterday at 01:41
As my mother in law says, wouldn't you think it would be a good idea if the people who direct education in the US visit these countries with successful programs, learn from them, and implement them in the US?
yesterday at 18:22
I attribute my high reading level at 6yrs old to attending a Montessori school. This type of learning should be available for every parent & child to choose without having to pay thousands out of pocket.
01/17/2017 at 03:54
Nothing wrong with playing outdoors, taking risks etc as kids. This is what we used to do before stranger danger, tv, iphones etc took over. It can be combined with reeling, writhing and rithmatic. The more able students can do it all and pass exams too.