Friday, September 20, 2019
Have you ever heard of the “hostile architecture”? 8% of youth participating first experienced homelessness on their own before age of 13. 43% had wondered where they would sleep that night. Homelessness is a global problem, but instead of...
Every year, researchers discover hundreds of new insect species, dozens of amphibians, and occasionally new mammals. Let's look at least a small list of some interesting, unusual species that we certainly can't see every day. Myanmar Snubed-Nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus Strykeri) This...
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Given the massive worldwide decline in pollinating insects, any idea that could support an increase in its population, especially bees, is welcome. The Dutch city of Utrecht came up with an original solution. The Netherlands is home to 358...
The Dutch company, The Mobile Factory, has presented a unique way of how to help regions affected by natural disasters. Pieces of debris are placed in a machine that transforms them into liquid concrete. Consequently, this material is used...
How much are we absorbed by modern technology? Do we know the difference between reality and fiction? What can we really believe? Do we follow our opinions or do we follow the opinions of others? Is virtual life safer...
Peter Atwood is a cartography fan and great artist and from Nova Scotia, Canada. He created a precious series of illuminated maps that will make you realize the number of nuclear tests around the world. Click on the pictures...
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