Nature World News The Ghost Ant: New Species is a Living Fossil of Ancient Fungus-Farming Ants Nature World News Pictured is the newly discovered Cyatta abscondita fungus-farming ant species, taken in the National Museum of Natural History's Ant Lab.
i just saw this this week. the way it works is the same as a 3d printer. it works kind of like a hot glue gun: except it cools within a second. so you can make all sorts of stuff. and the thing is, it is really cheap, so anyone with a hundred dollars can get one. i am definetley going to get one of these.
The cities of River Rouge, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario, have been unable to find the source of a mysterious hum emanating from Zug Island. One documentary filmmaker is picking up the reins on the investigation, if he ...
You know what kind of sucks about riding a bike? Other than all that pedaling? Bike helmets. Sure, they keep that overrated "brain" from getting splattered, but they take a lot of the open-air-joy out of things, and they're not comfortable.
guy fawkes fights against the new world order (i think). the new world order is lowering the population down so we can fit all of the people on a large continent so it is easier to run the government. that is wierd. guy fawkes's figure is the symbol of the whole thing, not the person. he died in the 1500's. there are people wearing guy fawkes masks on the album cover of toolhouse by tony romero. the end
this is really terrible. when i went up to the mountains just a few days before this, i drove on one of the roads that is now destroyed when we saw it in the news. this event is a really big deal throughout the whole nation, and i hope all of the damage can be fixed soon.
2.17 miles high? that is just plain crazy. imagine how long it took. and what if a bird just flew into it and it shattered? that would be bad. i wonder if they used cranes. and what does it mean, like, in minecraft, you can build infinitely.
this movie is probably going to be at least my second favorite. in my opion pacific rim was my favorite, but i think this will easily become my favorite. i like how in the beginning it is all epic, and then all lego and goofy. at first i thought that it was the avengers, but then it said the best movie ever, so then i thought no. great trailer, and hopefully, great movie. only one thing: what is the date?
i hope that they get all of this done before i go on the cruise! im going on a different ship though. i would like to become an imagineer sometime. i bet that would be a fun job. anyway, disney is awesome.
Genetically modified foods… Are they safe? The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) doesn’t think so.
The Academy reported that “Several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food,” including infertility, immune problems, accelerated aging, faulty insulin regulation, and changes in major organs and the gastrointestinal system. The AAEM asked physicians to advise patients to avoid GM foods.
Before the FDA decided to allow GMOs into food without labeling, FDA scientists had repeatedly warned that GM foods can create unpredictable, hard-to-detect side effects, including allergies, toxins, new diseases, and nutritional problems.
They urged long-term safety studies, but were ignored.
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