Hawaii Volcano Erupts Prediction and live report

Hawaii Volcano Erupts Prediction and live report. The Kilauea volcano of Hawaii's big island erupted on May 3, 2018, causing lava flows in the residential neighborhood of Leilani Estate, forcing evacuations. This is continuously erupting since1983. Lava travels 6 and a half miles. 500acre land added. Prediction by Barcroft TV Published on Oct 13, 2016. The …

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Metro State Engineers Lend Helping Hand To Doctors

By Jamie Leary DENVER (CBS4) – It went from an idea over beers to a breakthrough design. It’s a new take on the cumbersome cast. The three engineering students at Metropolitan State University behind it are teaming up with medical professionals to make a completely unique product. (credit: CBS) “Literally over beers the idea came out,… …

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Earth Day 2018 Was About Plastics Pollution—But Greens Missed Target

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Guest essay By Steve Goreham

April 22 was designated by the Earth Day Network as Earth Day 2018. This year’s Earth Day was dedicated to ending global plastic pollution. While efforts to reduce plastic pollution are needed, the campaign missed the mark by emphasizing measures to eliminate the use of plastics.

Earth Day Network’s “Plastic Pollution Primer and Action Toolkit” identifies important problems such as litter and accumulating plastic in the ocean. It proposes effective measures to reduce plastic pollution such as local beach clean-up and recycling. But then the primer goes overboard, promoting radical proposals such as “whenever possible, refuse plastic” and “living a plastic-free life.”

Plastics are essential to modern society. We fabricate food containers, boat paddles, shoes, pipes, toys, smart phones, and thousands of other goods from plastic. Plastic is integral to medical services, used in heart valves, artificial joints, and catheters. Every day, society consumes approximately…

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Earth Day 2018: End Plastic Pollution

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch - NOAA

Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Photo Credit: Marine Debris NOAA

Today is Earth Day 2018. The theme this year is End Plastic Pollution in response to the exponential growth of plastic waste that now poses a threat to human survival owing to its un-biodegradable nature. When exposed to water, sun, or other elements, our plastic waste breaks down into tiny particles invisible to the naked eye. These particles – called microplastics – now contaminate our drinking water, seafood, or even the salt we add to our meals.

Earth Day Network (EDN) sums up the scope of this threat with the following 10 facts of plastic in our oceans.

Plastic waste floating in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Honduras

Plastic waste floating in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Honduras
Photo Credit: U.K. Daily Mail

Fact #1 – About 8 million metric tons of plastic enter our oceans every year.

Fact #2 – Five massive patches of plastics are growing…

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Murmuration of Starlings

Murmuration of Starlings Murmuration refers to swarming of hundreds of thousands, of starlings flying in a coordinated manner in sky.  These videos of the starlings murmuration are really mesmerizing.  George F. Young of Princeton University did research and found that starlings pay attention seven of their neighbors in the flock, regardless of flock density to be able …

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Arctic Fox

Arctic Fox The arctic fox survives cold temperatures as low as –58°F in the Arctic.  Their staple food is lemmings but they are not too picky and will eat whatever is available.  This video shows how the arctic fox jumps up and dives head first into the snow looking for lemmings.  Looks painful but it does …

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Climate Change Australia

We should take care of our planet and children too. Healthy families will think healthy. We should take care of our planet and children too. Healthy families will think healthy. Tall people and small people eat the same amount of food.:) Drug The Sceptics! Make Children Shorter! https://www.youtube.com/embed/KzBVtmyN6_Y?version=3&rel=0&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=0&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent By Andrew Bolt ~ Meet the global …

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