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May 8, 2021

People laughed at him when he planted trees in a DESERT! But later they were all SHOCKED… — YouTube

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The story of the “Forest Keeper” of India.


They say it’s impossible for one person to change the world… However, the hero of our story decided to prove everyone wrong. As he believes, the main thing is to know exactly what you want from life and pursue your goal with dedication. Then you’ll be bound to succeed…

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May 7, 2021

Alabama Coal Mine Seems to Be Leaking Pollution While Workers Strike

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“” I think both with the how the workers have been treated and how the community has really been kicked aside here with the creeks, one of the problems we’re seeing is Wall Street values being applied to rural, working class communities,” said Smith. “That’s the values of ‘money first,’ and ‘consequences don’t matter.’””.


It’s sunny and in the mid-70s in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama right now. Normally, that would be prime conditions for a swim in Davis Creek or Texas Creek. But right now, both are running black, full of thick wastewater runoff.

May 7, 2021

Biggest ISPs paid for 8.5 million fake FCC comments opposing net neutrality

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But the astroturfing effort funded by the broadband industry stood out because it used real people’s names without their consent, with third-party firms hired by the industry faking consent records, the report said.


ISP-funded astroturfing used millions of real names and faked consent records.

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May 6, 2021

Watch a UK Marine Jetpack onto Speeding Ship, Pull Out Gun

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Who needs a boat?

May 6, 2021

India’s third COVID wave ‘inevitable,’ top scientist warns

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As India struggles to curb the spread of COVID-19 and step up vaccinations, experts have warned the country to prepare for future waves of the pandemic. It’s hoped that US support for a vaccine waiver will see results.

May 6, 2021

Disabled People Question Nike Over FlyEase Shoes

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The release of the new Go FlyEase felt more exclusive than inclusive. Now, disabled people are voicing their concerns with how the sneaker was handled.

May 6, 2021

Alternative to Conventional Fertilizers: Fungi Could Manipulate Bacteria to Enrich Soil With Nutrients

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Researchers have discovered a group of soil bacteria that could yield alternatives to conventional fertilizers for enriching soil and improving crop yields.

A team of researchers from the Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) has discovered a distinct group of bacteria that may help fungi and plants acquire soil nutrients. The findings could point the way to cost-effective and eco-friendly methods of enriching soil and improving crop yields, reducing farmers’ reliance on conventional fertilizers.

Researchers know that arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi establish symbiotic relationships with the roots of 70% of all land plants. In this relationship, plants trade fatty acids for the fungi’s nitrogen and phosphorus. However, AM fungi lack the enzymes needed to free nitrogen and phosphorus from complex organic molecules.

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May 5, 2021

Tech Companies Depend on China for Rare Earths. Can That Change? | WSJ

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Neodymium is critical to making the wheels of a Tesla spin or creating sound in Apple’s Airpods, and China dominates the mining and processing of this rare-earth mineral. So the U.S. and its allies are building their own supply chain. Photo illustration: Clément Bürge/WSJ

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May 5, 2021

New pumpkin toadlet species found—and it secretly glows in the dark

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The thumbnail-size amphibian lives in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, which has lost 93 percent of its forest cover.

May 5, 2021

PLP architecture designs ‘park nova’ tower as an undulating vertical garden

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PLP architecture has revealed its design for ‘park nova,’ a new landmark residential tower on a garden site along orchard boulevard in singapore’s most coveted neighborhood. the project’s biophilic design expresses inspiration from its lush green environment in orchard, singapore. park nova…


PLP architecture designs its ‘park nova’ tower with a biophilic design inspired by the natural character of orchard, singapore.

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