• Ophelia Chew posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 13 hours, 13 minutes ago

    One Of The Fastest Sinking Cities In The World Is The Indonesian Capital, Jarkatar. The City Is Sinking At 1-15 cm/Year. Almost Half The City Is Below Sea Level. It Is Projected That 95% Of The City Would Be Submerged By 2050. And This Is All Thanks To The Rate Of Ground Water Extraction And Global Warming.

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  • Abe Brooker posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 month ago

    Ireland Is In The Process Of Making History, People. The Country, In A Bid To Combat Climate Change, Has Passed A Bill In The House Of Representatives, Which Would End, In 5 Yrs, Public Investments In Non-Renewable Fossil Fuel Energy. The Bill Is Expected To Easily Pass Through The Senate. Lets See Who Follows Next!

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  • Carlo Godinez posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 month, 1 week ago

    The 1 Yr Stay-In-Space Impact On Humans, Via The Scott Kelly’s Stay At International Space Station (ISS), Has Been Studied. Now, Scientists Will Be Looking At A 9-Year Stay-In-Space Impact On Humans By Using Mice As A Proxy. The Mice Will Stay At The ISS For 3 Months, Equivalent To 9 Yrs For Humans.

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  • Moises Daugherty posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Folks, You Want To Look Out For This Beautiful Danger, The Giant Hogweed Plant, Aka Heracleum Mantegazzianum. The Beautiful Plant Is Said To Cause Severe Skin Burn And Blindness When In Contact With It. Giant Hogweeds Are Native To Southwest Asia, But Were Brought To The USA Because Of Their Beauty.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    The Scientists At The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) Are Making Great Strides, As They Continue To Perfect The Regeneration Of Tissues, Some Organs, and Blood Vessels Of The Human Body. These Engineered Parts Are Expected To Help Replace Or Repair Damaged Body Parts. This Could Answer This Question. Cool!

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  • Wilton Astudillo posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months ago

    This Water Harvesting Gadget, From Dry Desert Air, Is Pretty Unique. And It Is Not Because It Is The First Gadget That Can Do This. But Because It Does Not Require Power Source Or Replaceable Parts To Work Continuously. Its Functioning Is Based On The Construction Material, Metal-Organic Framework (MOF), To Harvest Water.

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  • efor-real posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months ago

    The Rate Of Suicide Has Become Troubling In Many Countries Including The USA, Where It Is Now The Second Cause Of Death For People Ages 15 to 24. What Ever The Cause In The Rise Of Suicide Is, A More Effective Treatment And Methods Need To Be Designed To Enable People Reach Out ( Call 1-800-273-8255) For Help.

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  • pan darth posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Of Course, Any Animal Species Would Go Extinct If Their Habitat Is Destroyed. The Case Of The Birds, Which Evolved From The Dinosaurs, Going Extinct Shouldn’t Be Any Different If Their Forests Were Destroyed By The Asteroid Impact 65 Mya. The Modern Birds (~11,000 Species) Then Evolved From Specialized Ground-Dwelling Species Post-Impact.

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  • Candy Alexander posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Would It Be Considered Fair If A Single Migrant, To Another Country, Is Known To Influence And Decide The Fate Of The Citizens Of That Country? Well, That Is What We, The Highly Out-Numbered Humans, Do To The Dominant Life Forms Like Plants, Worms And Bugs, Which Account For Most Of The Life On Earth.

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  • Ismael Shapiro posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    The Remote Island Of Brazil, Fernando de Noronha, Enforces A Strict Population Control In Other To Preserve Their Wildlife Reserves. The Island, Known For Some Of The Best Beaches In The World, Did This By Banning Child Birth. But Recently, The First Child, After 12 Years, Has Been Born There In An ‘Unexpected” Birth.

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  • johnwhite79 posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 2 months, 4 weeks ago

    You See Things That Are Not There When You Believe In Them Strongly. The Alien Hunters Believe That They’ve Spotted A War Tank On The Moon, Probably Left Behind By Aliens. NASA May Have Studied The Object To Be One Giant Rock. But Again, NASA Is Involved In One Big Alien Cover Up, Right!?

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  • Ruben See posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 months ago

    After The Controversial Cancer-Causing Coffee Warning Label: California, Once Again In The News, Is Bent On Fighting Global Warming By Reducing Green House Gas Emissions. The State May Be The First In The USA To Mandate Solar Panel Installation On Every Newly Built Home After January 2020. Kudos!

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 months, 1 week ago

    The Planet Mars Seems To Have A Lot Of Potential As A Possible Home If NASA Is Willing To Spend So Much Time And Money To Study It. The Recently Sent Probe, InSight, Will Dig 15x Deeper Into The Planet Than Any Other Mission. The Probe Will Also Test For Seismicity And Heat Flow. Cool!

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  • Yvonne Bethel posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 months, 1 week ago

    Hawaii Is About To Blaze A Trail, Possibly The First In The World, With The Passage Of A Bill Banning The Chemicals Oxybenzone and Octinoxate, Contained In Many Popular Sunscreens, So As To Protect The Coral Reefs And Marine Ecosystem. The Bill Will Take Effect On The 1st Of Jan., 2021 If Signed By The Governor.

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  • Tamika Fifield posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    The 500 Million Dollars Budget Towards Battling Starfish And Sediment Run-offs Into The Great Barrier Reef Is A Welcome Development. But How Much Would That Help If The Damages Caused By The Starfish And Sediment Run-offs To The GBR Is Insignificant Relative To Those Caused By Other Major Hazards Like Global Warming?

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 4 months ago

    NASA Is Launching The Parker Solar Probe On The 21st Of July, 2018. The Probe Will Come Very Close To The Sun Than Any Man Made Object, Revealing What Drives Solar Wind, The Temperature Inversion, And The Constant Outpouring Of Material From The Sun That Shapes Planetary Atmospheres And Affects Space Weather Near Earth.

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  • Lea Harlow posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, An Island-Like Area Of The Pacific Ocean That Comprises Dominantly Bottles, Plastics, Ropes, Nets And Bouys To Mention A Few, Is Now About 3 Times The Size Of France. Only A Matter Of Time Before We All Begin To Eat These Particles, Via Marine Life, If Nothing Drastic Is Done About This.

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  • Derick Loving posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Iceland, Having Made History Against Wage Gap, May Be The first Country, If The Proposed Bill Passes, To Approve A Law Against Male Circumcision Until The Child Is Old Enough To Give His Consent. The Bill Is Expected To Draw Rebuke From Jews, Muslims And Communities That Believe In Male Circumcision.

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  • Ken Yun posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 5 months ago

    What Country Wouldn’t Be Happy With High Level Of Security For Both Human Life And Jobs, Reduced Corruption, Great Healthcare And Education To Mention A Few. These Are Some Of The Reasons Why Finland Is Ranked The Happiest Country In The World, And Most African Countries Fall Into The Category Of Unhappy Countries.

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  • Anika Reyansh posted an update in the group Group logo of OtherOther 5 months, 1 week ago

    Could The Bones Found In 1940 On The Pacific Island Of Nikumaroro Be Those Of Amelia Earhart? Well, Researchers, Using Modern Science, Are 99% Sure That The Bones Are Her’s, Probably Putting An End To The Mysterious Disappearance Of The First Woman To Fly Solo Across The Atlantic Ocean.

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