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Dr. William Davis explains why the wheat of today is not the wheat of yesterday and why it has become so destructive to health
Bill Moyers talks to scientist and philosopher Vandana Shiva, who’s become a rock star in the global battle over genetically modified seeds.
Scientists say they have found deformities among seafood and a great decline in the numbers of marine life.
Radical increase in Nigerian oil spills.
A Homeless Polar Bear in London - Ft. Jude Law and Radiohead
Prince Charles climate change warning
Plant-in City Intelligent Terraniums
An elephant calf and a sheep form a surprising bond in an African nature reserve.
Chut Wutty killed in Cambodia.
In 2007 1 billion people lived in slums, by 2030 it will be 2 billion.
LifeStraw water filters = no longer have to treat water by boiling it using wood,
Egypt is headed for a major crisis. Population growth has drastically increased demand for water.
bacteria biologically "mine" minerals from water
Throughout human evolution, multiple versions of humans co-existed. Could we be mid-upgrade now?
Dateline investigates the increase in cancer cases in rural China
The best marriage proposal ever!
Some of the magic moments of filming
the basic mathematics that show worrying limitations on our sustainable energy options
through Chile and Patagonia
baby koala is referred to as a joey and is hairless, blind, and earless.
Plant-in City is a modular series of frames that come in a variety of sizes which can be combined to create a customized plant habitat, large or small. Plant-In City adds a variety of Arduino-powered sensors to monitor the plants and their environment. This in turn connects to the web, allowing you to care for your plants from afar. The designers are a group of New York City-based architects and developers who want to establish a new design practice focused on supporting our relationship with plants through flexible, open-source architecture, media, and technology solutions.
This revolutionary planter system contains built-in sensors that are activated by sun exposure, changes in soil moisture, humidity, temperature, and other natural cycles. Once activated, these sensors translate the environmental data into sounds or visuals, creating an imaginary vibrant wilderness.
Read more: www.kickstarter.com
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