Month: November 2022

A chilling glimpse into our future if we survive another million years: ScienceAlert

Most species are transient. They become extinct and branch into new species or change over time due to random mutations and environmental changes. The existence of a typical type of mammal can be expected for millions of years. modern humans A wise man, has existed for nearly 300,000 years. So what will happen if we …

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Republican Michaels: Trump thought Michaels would win the race | dad

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) — Losing Wisconsin Republican candidate Tim Michaels said Tuesday that former President Donald Trump told him five days before the election that he did not need to visit the state because Michels would win. × This page requires javascript. JavaScript is required to be able to read premium content. Do it in …

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A 12-year-old boy from central Pennsylvania accompanies an elk during a rare hunting opportunity

Still feeling the twilight of his 12th birthday three days earlier, on Aug. 20, West Perry Middle School student Chris Bowersox went to the football brawl. His mother’s phone rang over and over, but it wasn’t until after the game that they heard the news: Chris had been pulled over by the Pennsylvania Gaming Commission …

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Small businesses are in DC to shop and support this holiday season

The holidays are here and with them the holiday shopping rush. While it’s easy to rely on online shopping to cover your gift list, DC has a wealth of makers, independent stores, and retailers that make supporting a local small business as easy as flicking your credit card. So whether you’re shopping at Small Business …

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Wake Forest – An ugly history of animal torture

Wake Forest University experimenters have a long and stained history of animal torture stretching from their labs in the US to China—and PETA found that it took a little longer. PETA recently obtained disturbing photos consistent with a November 2021 United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) inspection report of a monkey in Wake Forest that …

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Deep Sea Mining: The Next Destructive Frontier of Capitalism

Transnational corporations seek to extract precious metals used in electronics and batteries from the sea floor. Large-scale deep-sea mining involving the extraction of polymetallic nodules — small rocks formed over millions of years that contain cobalt, nickel, copper and manganese — could be allowed by July next year. Mining companies argue – through greenwashing campaigns …

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