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Forget Tokens: Commuters Can Now Pay Subway Fare By Recycling
Green Lifestyle  (tags: eco-friendly, conservation, recycling, Beijing, China, energy, environment, greenliving, green, Sustainabililty, sustainable, technology )

Michael
- 1 day ago - takepart.com
A successful recycling project Beijing proves that residents are pretty gung ho about environmental issues, especially when they get free subway fare or mobile phone minutes in exchange for recycling.
Siberians Came to North American Arctic in Two Waves. DNA Recasts Mystery of How One Culture Replaced the Other
Science & Tech  (tags: world, history, DNA evidence, siberians, North America, arctic region, culture, research, study )

Darren
- 17 hours ago - sciencenews.org
North America's Arctic regions were first settled around 5,000 years ago by people from Siberia who eventually created a New World culture that lasted for nearly 4,000 years before suddenly disappearing, a new genetic study suggests.
Mathura: Two-Day Old Child Abandoned for Being a Girl
Society & Culture  (tags: corruption, abuse, society, murder )

Meenu
- 1 day ago - google.co.in
Two-day old girl child abandoned by her mother in Mathura for being a girl. Reportedly, there are as many as 12 other girls similarly abandoned at the ashram by their biological parents.
The Voice of Peace - From Somwhere in the Mediterannean
Society & Culture  (tags: GoodNews, activists, philanthropy, politics )

Heribert
- 2 days ago - phoenix.de
Yesterday we had the opportunity to see a great documentation about the life and deeds of Abie Nathan. If ever you manage to see this film, take the time! Today we need lots of Abie Nathans!
Victorian Strangeness: The Pig Singing Competition
Offbeat  (tags: X Factor, Animals, talent show )

Ray
- 1 day ago - bbc.co.uk
Cheer/groan (delete according to mindset): The X Factor is back. Author Jeremy Clay tells the story of the show's Victorian forebear, where the hopefuls had to sing while carrying a pig.
Drug Pruning Extra Synapses in Brain Can Treat Autism - Study
Science & Tech  (tags: Children, Drugs, Health, USA )

Ray
- 7 days ago - rt.com
Autistic children have an excessive amount of synapses, or brain connections between neurons, which doesn't alter as it should with age, US scientists have revealed. This could help develop a drug normalizing their number even after diagnosis.
Killer Whale Pod Rallies Around Orca Trapped in Fisherman's Net
World  (tags: Killer whale pod rallies around orca tra )

Andy
- 8 days ago - cbc.ca
A young killer whale is trapped in a fisherman's net. A pod of distressed whales cries out frantically as the youngster struggles to get free. Sightseers aboard a whale-watching boat that arrives to help are stunned at what they see.
 
 
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