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Across The World, If You Eat For Your Health, You’ll Help The Planet

Enlarge this image Brahman cattle graze in a field in Innisfail, Queensland, Australia. Researchers can estimate the greenhouse gas emissions and land used to produce various foods in different parts of the world. They’ve used that data to calculate the environmental impact of a shift in what people eat. David Messent/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption David Messent/Getty Images Telling people what to eat is perilous, whether the advice is aimed at a friend or an entire country. Of course, people and governments do it anyway. Dozens of countries have…

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This Year’s Hurricane Season Was Intense. Is It A Taste Of The Future?

Enlarge this image Satellite imagery of the Atlantic Ocean on Sept. 8, as three hurricanes (Katia, Irma, and Jose) are on the move. NASA/J. Stevens/J. Allen hide caption toggle caption NASA/J. Stevens/J. Allen With the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season finally over, scientists are taking stock of what they say was a monumental year. A total of 10 hurricanes swept the region. Six were major storms of Category 3 or higher, and three of those were Category 4 or higher when they made landfall, spreading havoc from the Caribbean to Texas….

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This Product Can Help You Cook Your Pasta 50% Faster

Americans love their pasta. A study by restaurant survey site Zagat found out that 44% of Americans will have pasta 3-4 times a week, 23% will have it 1-2 times a week and another 21% said they would have at least once a month. But making this favorite meal can sometimes be a frustration. The usual Pasta maker requires at least 20 minutes making pasta. You will need another 15 minutes to make a good stew. After a long day at work, the last thing you need is to spend…

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Peregrine Falcons Attack Like Missiles To Grab Prey Midair, Scientists Find

Enlarge this image A peregrine falcon in Germany. A new study finds the birds are able to dive at high speeds and catch moving prey using a mathematical principle that also guides missiles. Sebastian Willnow/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Sebastian Willnow/AFP/Getty Images Peregrine falcons, known for making spectacular dives to snatch smaller birds midair, conduct their aerial assaults in much the same way that military missiles hit moving targets, scientists have found. Peregrines have been known to dive at 200 mph or more, plummeting toward dinner with astonishing precision….

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You Don’t Need Any Other Reading Apps If You Install This One

With the advancement in tech, it is inevitable to avoid reading using the E-books – it is the direction that the future is taking. However, some of the applications and websites offering the reading materials do not provide diverse materials per the needs of the readers, lack update information or even have unnecessary high cost for acquiring the materials. Some require the use of specialized hardware to read their books. Read Everything At One Place With Scribd Scribd is an app that has been engineered to provide varieties of newspaper,…

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Recipes 

Slow-Roasted Salmon with Sweet Chili Glaze and Scallions

Slow-roasting is a technique that can be applied to almost any fish, but it’s especially good with salmon. Just turn down the oven heat and cook for slightly longer than usual. The total time is still minimal, but the result is a true revelation: tender, silky wedges of salmon, easily cut with a spoon. Serve the salmon on top of lightly seasoned greens, and you have a meal that appeals to the eyes and to the palate. Continue reading “Slow-Roasted Salmon with Sweet Chili Glaze and Scallions” » … Read…

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All the Routes Are The Same If Your Determination is Strong Enough

The pathway to success is long. Imagine a mountain bike track, there are uphill, steep slope, small rocks, puddles of water, flowers, other bikers and more along the way, yet there is only an end to this track. You can fall down hundreds of times and still make it to the destination, or you can fall for once and never be able to finish the track. It’s all on you to make the decision.   The post All the Routes Are The Same If Your Determination is Strong Enough appeared…

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Can Celebrity Scientists Change The Way People Think About Science And Religion?

Enlarge this image kavunchik/Getty Images/iStockphoto Stephen Jay Gould famously described the relationship between science and religion as one of “non-overlapping magisteria,” with science restricted to facts and theories about the empirical universe, and religion to questions of moral meaning and value. This is one way to understand the relationship between science and religion: two compartments with a solid wall between them, fixed and non-porous. But it’s by no means the only, or even the most popular, approach. A common alternative is to regard science and religion as partners in a…

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Fishermen Fear Damage From Wind Farms Along The Eastern Seaboard

Enlarge this image Scallop fishermen discard their bycatch near Montauk, N.Y. These waters are some of the most productive fishing grounds on the Eastern Seaboard. Jon Kalish for NPR hide caption toggle caption Jon Kalish for NPR Fishermen are worried about an offshore wind farm proposed 30 miles out in the Atlantic from Montauk, N.Y., the largest fishing port in the state. They say those wind turbines — and many others that have been proposed — will impact the livelihood of fishermen in New York and New England. Scallop fisherman…

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Knock Knock, Is Compassion Home?

A man’s biggest achievement in life is becoming successful and not regretting the decisions taken by him in the path of becoming successful. How does one go through their life comfortably? How do we find compassion? There are hundreds of questions like this and the one possible solution. This is waterby David Foster Wallace is one of the most amazing motivational books that helps us to find compassion in life. We are not the center of the universe without a doubt. There are hundreds of thousands of creatures wandering around…

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