It’s possible to appeal in a court of law upon conviction. It’s hard to believe that few people know how to appeal against a conviction in the UK even after pleading not guilty. When you appeal from a magistrates’...
European ground squirrel (Spermophilus citellus) illustrates perfectly how the targeted eradication of one species can reduce an abundant animal to a critically endangered species. Ground squirrel is an important species of native steppe ecosystems. Once, the ground squirrel was...
Undisciplined and speeding drivers cause countless accidents every day. Most people would expect drivers to behave at least close to schools and hospitals, but statistics clearly demonstrate that in the US alone that 100 children lose their lives every...
Letter secrecy was not always the standard in European countries. No country in the world renounced the reading of foreign mail. The French gave the practice a system by setting up a cabinet to obtain information. In 1789, the ruler's...
The trend of binding books to human skin peaked in the 17th and 18th centuries, especially in Western Europe and the British Isles. Thematic books, including astrophysics, pornography, the Bible, but most often publications on human anatomy were, bound...
Scientists in India have discovered a strange fish resembling a snake. They call the primitive creature a living fossil. Eel-like fish live in the groundwater of southern India. New Snakehead Fish Species The body like a snake, the head like a...
In the past, the hedgehog belonged among widespread European creatures inhabiting the wild and cities. However, the European Hedgehog has almost disappeared in many regions. A significant decrease in hedgehogs has been recorded mainly in the United Kingdom and...
Kyiv businessman Maksym Havrylenko came up with an unusual idea to make sunglasses from the remains of coffee. After a long year and a half of trial and error, a young businessman from Ukraine realized his idea Initially Havtylneko experimented...
The gradual change of climate in Europe brings several risks, including heatwaves, rising temperatures, and unexpected floods. Scientist Freja Vamborg outlines the assumptions of what the climate in Europe will look like in 30 years. Data Collection to Determine the...
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...
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