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It's time to rethink our pets' diets, too.
It's all about reducing our carbon footprint. That's a common talking point among environmentalists and researchers. It's a lifestyle thing, really. That includes how our pets live, as well. Apparently, new research has shown that wet food for our cats and dogs ...
Base Bahay's technology makes bamboo resistant to weather, fire, and pests.  
Typhoons, earthquakes, fire, pests, and even time. These are the tests that bamboo, which grows abundantly throughout the Philippines, can withstand. Philippine bamboo grows fast, is renewable, and sustainable. It is also very resilient against earthquakes and supertyphoons, making it a superior building ...
The "JUST STOP OIL" protesters represent an outdated model for the climate movement that does little to build public support.
Guys, we get it with the paintings. You are the third Deface a Famous Painting Protest in two weeks. The wider public is aware you want oil drilling to cease and you are expressing this by messing with art while wearing your ...
Some places in California may be about to find out.
The aggressive campaign by those clever Chinese climate hoaxers against the concept of "drinking water" now has reached a place called Coalinga in California (you can’t spell “Coalinga” without C-O-A-L!). From the Washington Post:The fire chief noticed it when he tested hydrants in August — a ...
In a battered climate, opposites attract.
For two months, China has been boiling. Temperatures have regularly topped 104 degrees Fahrenheit. The Yangtze, the world’s third-longest waterway, has gone dry. The country’s hydroelectric system is crippled because of the lack of, well, hydro. Rural fruit farmers have watched their ...
This can't be a good sign for the rest of the world moving forward.
In the aftermath of some of the worst heat waves the continent has ever seen, an August report from the European Drought Observatory (EDO) just confirmed that Europe is experiencing its worst drought in at least 500 years.The agency, which is led by ...
It's because of what scientists call "forever chemicals."
A new study authored by Stockholm University scientists has concluded that rainwater in every place of the world is and will be unsafe for consumption.This is due to to the high levels of toxic chemicals like per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs). These ...
It’s not pretty.
Reddit user HiromiSai was browsing TikTok when he came across an AI program that could paint anything the user wants. He searched more about the program and came across one called Midjourney.“This specific AI is by far the best among its adversaries ...
There is no shortage of excellent reasons not to have children, says the novelist Mark O'Connell. But a preemptive capitulation to despair feels intolerable, at least to him.
This originally ran in How We Dad Now. You can read the other stories in the package here, as well as in our Summer 2022 issue.One of my earliest memories of parenthood is of sitting in a chair in the maternity ward reading ...
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