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Climate Change Warning: Gulf Stream Currents at 1,600 Year Low

By , April 15th, 2018

As if there weren’t enough reasons to be concerned about the environment, the Gulf Stream currents have slowed 15% in nearly 70 years, reaching their lowest level in 1,600 years. The ocean currents known as the Gulf Stream move billions of gallons of water around the globe. The flows start north of the equator, goes […]


Pope Francis Calls Catholics to Act Against Climate Change

By , December 31st, 2015

Pope Francis has not been one to mince words or refrain from sharing his thoughts. In December, he accused the Curia (the senior governing group of the Vatican consisting of cardinals, bishops and priests) of suffering from “spiritual Alzheimer’s” and of “existential schizophrenia” though he did say that such problems pose a danger to all […]


SMAP Is a Fraud

By , September 30th, 2015

NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive, SMAP, is a mission of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). SMAP launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on January 31, 2015. SMAP is an orbiting observatory that measures moisture in the top 5cm of soil everywhere on the Earth’s surface. It uses active and passive instruments to measure […]


35 More Places to Find Coins

By , September 25th, 2015

Do you know a person who is always finding money? Do you ever ask yourself how is it possible that Mary/John or Joe always seem to find money wherever they go? Well, it begins with the process of always picking up the change that crosses your path. Here are 35 places to find coins. • […]


50 Places to Find Coins

By , September 25th, 2015

It is amazing how many places coins manage to find themselves. From the obvious to the not so obvious places there always seems to be an opportunity to stumble upon some unexpected cash. If you think it’s impossible, try looking for change in the following 50 places! • Under church pews-I would donate this change…just […]


50 Uses for Old Towels

By , September 24th, 2015

When towels become worn or frayed we replace them. But what do you do with those old towels? Here are 50 uses for old towels: Apron Use an old bath towel to make a half apron. Just add ties. Baby Bibs Cut your old towels and repurpose them as baby bibs. Cut the towels into […]


50 Uses for Old Socks

By , September 22nd, 2015

Socks are always getting lost in the laundry. What can you do with the single socks left? Here are 50 uses for old socks: 1. Baby Wash Cloth Take a soft old sock and use as a washcloth on your baby. 2. Ball Roll up a sock, roll another one onto the first one, then take […]


50 Uses for Old Clothes

By , September 22nd, 2015

Old clothes can be repurposed. Here are fifty uses for old clothes: 1. Apron Convert old t-shirts into cute aprons. 2. Art Frame an old scarf to make a unique wall hanging. 3. Handbag Convert an old scarf into a handbag. 4. Bangles Cut old clothes into strips to make bangles. 5. Bean Bags Sew […]


50 Uses for Plastic Bags

By , September 22nd, 2015

There are many, many ways to reuse plastic bags and keep them out of the landfill. The key skill to make most of these projects is learning how to fuse plastic bags. Here are 50 uses for plastic bags: 1. Apply Wax Wear a plastic bag as a mitt to apply furniture wax or polish. 2. […]


Climate Change to Boost Arctic Mosquito Population

By , September 20th, 2015

There is good news for at least one type of insect, the arctic mosquito. This is because climate change will boost Arctic temperature thus increasing the increasing their survival rate and hatching time. The rising temperatures undoubtedly have a strong impact on all ecosystems, and it’s important for researchers to understand the response displayed by […]

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