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Trees Talk to Each Other and Recognize Their Offspring
Science & Tech  (tags: Trees )

Michael
- 24 days ago - treehugger.com
Trees and plants talk to us to. We just have to adjust our frequency when listening.
Magellanic Clouds - Universe Today
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, Magellanic Clouds )

Nelson
- 23 days ago - universetoday.com
If you're lucky enough to live in the Earth's southern hemisphere, you're familiar with two fuzzy patches in the night sky. These are the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds
MADNESS ON THE MEKONG: HOW DAMS ARE KILLING THE LARGEST INLAND FISHERIES IN THE WORLD
Environment  (tags: dams, Mekong, deforestation, habitat destruction, wildlife, world, pollution, protection, healthconditions, environment, destruction, ecosystems )

Cal
- 23 days ago - theecologist.org
The excavation is scaring the landscape and shatters the normal serenity of this unique ecosphere of rock formations, flooded forests and waterways.
The Psychopathology of Donald Trump
Health & Wellness  (tags: Trump, mental health, risks, interesting, humans, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, government, ethics, society, safety, politics, warning )

Carrie
- 24 days ago - truthdig.com
The issue of Trump's emotional stability has been raised by a growing number of influential & highly respected mental-health practitioners. They have done so out of a sense of urgency, even in the face of a code of conduct against making public ...
Motilla Del Azuer: Impressive And Unusual 3,200 Year Old Fortress In The Iberian Peninsula
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 26 days ago - messagetoeagle.com
Motilla del Azuer is an impressive and unusual 3,200 year old fortress in the Iberian Peninsula. Located in the central area of Spain, it was constructed during the Bronze Age and contains the oldest well found in the Iberian Peninsula
Otherworldly Beauty: Astronomy Photography Contest Highlights Astounding Shots
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, Photography )

Nelson
- 26 days ago - space.com
It's that wonderful time of year again, when the Royal Observatory Greenwich releases the shortlist of entries into the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition.
Elders Talk About The Significance of Long Hair in Native American Cultures
Society & Culture  (tags: Elder wisdom, hair, Our Mother Earth, growing hair long, sweet grass, sacred, Native American, American Indian )

Dandelion
- 25 days ago - whitewolfpack.com
Pure and sacred R the thoughts of Our Mother Earth that Her hair grows long and fragrant. Sweet Grasses found the World over represent the hair of Our Mother. As Native People Walk Our Hair the physical extension of our thoughts allows 4 direction of Life
Trump in Full Meltdown Mode Threatens to Revoke New York Times Press Credentials, Lashes Out at CNN
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, ethics, Trump, elections, media, news, politics, government, republicans, candidates, dishonesty, freedoms )

Carrie
- 24 days ago - dailykos.com
Once again Donald Trump is showing Americans how unsuited to leading a democracy with a Free Press he is. Following a report in the Times that his campaign manager Paul Manafort may still be on the payroll of pro-Putin Ukrainian Victor Yanukovych.
Mike Pence Tries to Clean Up Trump's Khan Family Mess ~ Reaffirms Muslim Ban Instead
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Americans, parents, elections, Trump, Pence, War Hero Captain Humanyun Khan, Muslim, politics, abuse )

Carrie
- 25 days ago - rawstory.com
Donald Trump has spent the last two days attacking the parents of a young Muslim Captain killed while fighting for the United States.
Crime In The Fields: How Monsanto And Scofflaw Farmers Hurt Soybeans In Arkansas
Green Lifestyle  (tags: conservation, dicamba, ecosystems, food, genetic engineering, GMOs, health, Monsanto, protection, Sustainabililty )

Kathy
- 24 days ago - npr.org
When Tom Barber, a scientist at the University of Arkansas who studies weeds, drives the country roads of eastern Arkansas this summer, his trained eye can spot the damage: soybean leaves contorted into cup-like shapes.
 
 
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