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7 techniques you’ll be able to make stronger the sector’s get right of entry to to recent water

It’s easy to take the fresh, cold water that gurgles out of your tap each morning for granted. Unfortunately, not everyone has that luxury. Today is World Water Day, and this year, the theme is “Leaving no one behind.” With the goal of ensuring access to fresh water for everyone, World Water Day hopes to...CONTINUE READING
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The West accepts its drought-ridden long term, slashes water use

Out West, the future is dry. Amid an unprecedented 19-year drought in the expansive Colorado River Basin — which supplies water to 40 million Americans — seven Western states have acknowledged that the 21st century will only grow drier as temperatures continue to rise. And that means less water in the 1,450-mile Colorado River. On...CONTINUE READING
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Why anti-vaxxer mobs cross after pro-vaccine medical doctors on-line — and what to do about it

In 2017, Kids Plus Pediatrics, an independent medical practice in Pittsburgh, posted a 90-second video on its Facebook page encouraging parents to have their children vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted infection that can cause cancer.  For three weeks, the post garnered positive, higher-than-average interest and engagement from the page’s followers. Then, seemingly...CONTINUE READING
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Huge, bizarre fish washes up on an Australian seaside. So, what’s it?

This is certainly one very fishy encounter. Two fishers stumbled across quite the surprise when they found a sunfish which had washed onto the beach at Coorong National Park in South Australia. SEE ALSO: ‘Captain Marvel’ is proof EVERY superhero should have a pet The photos, taken by Linette Grzelak, were posted on Facebook by...CONTINUE READING
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NASA pictures seize immense flooding of a very important U.S. Air Power base

In 1948, Air Force Secretary Stuart Symington stationed the United States’ long-range nuclear bombers at Offutt Air Force Base in eastern Nebraska, a location safe in the middle of the nation and well-insulated from the coast. But 70 years later, the base — now home to the U.S. Strategic Command which deters “catastrophic actions from...CONTINUE READING
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Scientists revive DNA from historic woolly mammoth

The extinct beast’s remains were found in Northern Asia in 2010. It has since been named “Yuka” and is thought to be nearly 30,000 years old. The breakthrough occurred at Japan’s Kindai University. Scientists say DNA from Yuka’s muscle sprang back to life after being injected into mice cells. Cloning Yuka is still far out...CONTINUE READING
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