Anika Mohammed Overpopulation of humans, what does this mean? Generally, people are using resources more rapidly than they can be regenerated. According to the Animal Welfare Institute the affects...
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"The secrets of owls' near silent wings has been revealed by scientists who could now use the technology to develop quieter aircraft. A new study has shown how the bird of prey's naturally evolved plumage gives the hunting advantage of 'acoustic stealth', allowing it to sneak up on targets. Research found that many owl species have developed feathers which can effectively eliminate the aerodynamic noise from their wings as they cut through the air."
About 1,200 acres of land have disappeared from Bulls Island and three nearby islands along the South Carolina coast since the 1990s — lost to rising seas and the eroding effects of powerful storms.
Will the storms become too frequent for the beaches to recover?
Tina Fey attended Michael J. Fox‘s comedy/curing Parkinsons benefit gala dressed as… well. (Fashionably Geek)
Illustrator Barbara Nessim talks to the Huffington Post about her career.
An open letter to Jena Malone post-Catching Fire.
Well, it was a SciFi movie.
Oh my God, Tauriel, you can’t just go around asking people why they’re not dwarves!
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Among the most impressive ecological findings of the past 25 years is the ability of invasive plants to radically change ecosystem function.
What? Things keep changing?