Phi Beta Iota mentions: Free energy, clean water, and safe food are the tri-fecta of the future that most are ignoring.
Solutions are available but errant governments continue to subsidize corrupt legacy systems in these fields.
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Air traffic routes between North America and Europe
It’s a far cry from the stereotypical landscapes of clear blue lakes, rolling green hills, and white-sand beaches that inspire most travelers—and that’s part of what makes strange natural wonders like Spotted Lake so thrilling. A recently discovered cave that grows crystals the size of four-story buildings or a lake the color of a strawberry milkshake remind us that there’s plenty of mystery left to explore. These are the top 10 world’s strangest natural wonders.
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A Close Relative Credit: Brett Eloff. Picture courtesy of Lee Berger and the University of Witwatersrand Fossils of the extinct hominid known as Australopithecus sediba were accidentally discovered by the 9-year-old son of a scientist in the remains of a cave in South Africa in 2008, findings detailed by researchers last year.
Castel del Monte Rupestrian Churches of Puglia and the City of Matera The Trulli of Alberobello Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama Hiroshima Peace Memorial Itsukushima Shinto Shrine
What is a “cooperative community?”
It's one of the first things we learn as kids: How to share.
In August 2012 the Center for a New American Dream presented a free webinar about how to start up a new tool library in your community. Topics included obtaining funding, finding a location, tracking tools, navigating through legal issues, and more.
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Future Society & Enviroment
Shambhala's Working Group on the Environment Our mission is that Shambhala become a powerful force for societal transformation in accordance with the principles and practices of both warriorship and sustainability.
Chris Hadfield, astronaute canadien, et actuel commandant de l’équipage de la Station spatiale internationale (ISS), a récemment partagé sur Twitter de magnifiques clichés de la Terre vue de l’espace.
" Surui " is the most widely known name for our people. It was given to us by the anthropologists, but our real name is " Paiter" , which means in our language: "THE TRUE PEOPLE WE OURSELVES Since 1968, when We, the Paiter, “officially” had contact with the white man, relations with non-Indians have provoked drastic changes in our society.