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The Arctic Ocean May Soon Have Its Very Own "Garbage Patch"
Environment  (tags: Arctic Ocean, plastic, Garbage, ecosystems, destruction, environment, climatechange )

Farah
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
Add the remote North to the spots where the world's plastic trash ends up floating. A multinational expedition that skimmed the Arctic Ocean in 2013 found plastic 'was abundant and widespread' in waters east of Greenland in the Barents Sea,
2017 March for Science: Live Updates
Science & Tech  (tags: March for Science, Integrity of science, Science policies )

Farah
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
Scientists and science supporters around the world are gathering today (April 22) in Washington, D.C.,and in more than 500 cities around the United States and the world, to stand up for the integrity of science and to voice concerns about science policies
Why Some Creative People Are More Attractive
Society & Culture  (tags: humans, creativity, attractive, image, media, internet, dating )

Farah
- 1 day ago - livescience.com
Showing a bit of creativity on your online dating profile could make you appear more attractive to potential dates, a new study suggests.
The Awabakal Women's Butterfly Cave Is a Sacred Place That Must Be Saved! PETITION - PLEASE SIGN
Business  (tags: Australia, New South Wales, Aboriginal sacred site, Awabakal women's Butterfly Cave, Lake Macquarie City Council, Roche development, housing estate )

Evelyn
- 3 days ago - change.org
Each signature on the petition triggers an email to the new Ministers responsible for Aboriginal heritage. Let's make sure they get the message. The Awabakal women's Butterfly Cave is a sacred site at risk. NSW govt must act NOW - 24 April is deadline
Gideon Levy: Opinion - A Heartfelt Apology to Haaretz Readers
World  (tags: middle-east, palestine, israel, Haaretz, violence, justice, witness, news, Human Rights, ethics, freedoms )

Evelyn
- 2 days ago - haaretz.com
To all offended readers, I apologize for the one-sidedness. How could I not maintain a balance between the murderer and the murdered; the thief and his victim; and the occupier and the occupied?
What Motivates Moral Outrage?
Society & Culture  (tags: society, insecurities, Moral outrage, freedoms, rights, safety, activists )

Farah
- 4 days ago - livescience.com
When 109 travelers entering the United States were detained by an executive order blocking citizens from seven Muslim majority countries, tens of thousands of Americans gathered all over the country to voice their anger.
Beauty and the Beast: Why Are We Fascinated By Human-Animal Mates?
Society & Culture  (tags: Beauty and the Beast, Human-Animal Mates, superficial stories )

Farah
- 4 days ago - livescience.com
The recent live-action movie "Beauty and the Beast" (Disney, 2017) is the latest retelling of the "tale as old as time" - a tender and life-changing romance between a human and a nonhuman animal that is ultimately made human by love
Worst Ways to Die Are Pretty Weird (and Gruesome)
Science & Tech  (tags: Ways to die, humans, life )

Farah
- 4 days ago - livescience.com
Let's face it - the world is a treacherous place full of dangerous substances, organisms and situations that can kill you. Some are hazards of everyday life - drowning in a bathtub, getting hit by a bus, falling onto train tracks,
'Save Our Reds' - Newcastle's Bid to Protect Red Squirrel Population Given Cash Boost.
Animals  (tags: Red Squirell, Newcastle upon Tyne, Gosforth Park, Havanna Nature Reserve )

Derek
- 5 days ago - chroniclelive.co.uk
Newcastle is believed to be the last English city with a population of reds, with pockets found at nature reserves at Gosforth Park and Havannah, near Hazlerigg. The aim is to help the reds to move into the Tyne wooded denes.
'Cat Island': Felines Outnumber Humans on Japan's Aoshima Island
Animals  (tags: animalwelfare, Cats Island, Cats, Japan )

Farah
- 5 days ago - nbcnews.com
AOSHIMA, Japan - An army of feral cats rules a remote island in southern Japan, curling up in abandoned houses or strutting about in a fishing village that is overrun with felines outnumbering humans six to one.
 
 
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