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Killing Animals – Unethical and Immoral

Killing Animals – Unethical and Immoral

Man has forever hounded animals. Early man hunted animals for food and then later, for the animal’s fur to keep warm and stay alive in the winter. While the actions of early man were justified, the actions of modern man are just unacceptable and completely uncivilized. Modern man hunts and kills animals for sport, recreation […]

Solar cell phones take off in developing nations

Solar cell phones take off in developing nations

(CNN) — Peter Gathungu walks more than a mile to a shopping center, where he pays a sizable sum to charge his cell phone. That’s because electricity is nonexistent in Gathungu’s hometown of Njoro, in northwest Kenya. Landlines and other forms of communication are not as efficient, so Gathungu and millions of others in emerging […]

States Pursue New Ways to Boost Solar Development

States Pursue New Ways to Boost Solar Development

California is the number one U.S. state for solar power generation — not a surprise. The country’s most populous state, with an inclination for progressive environmental policies also happens to enjoy sun in abundance. What state might be number two? Surely some other large southerly state. Arizona? Maybe sunshine-state Florida? Not even close. Number two […]

Lion who knows how to open the car door

Lion who knows how to open the car door

As the white Toyota came to a halt in the Lion Safari Park in Johannesburg, it slowly padded over while the family inside watched in excitement,and its one of Bizarre Stuff unaware of what was about to happen. The lion may have appeared wild, but it had clearly learnt one or two things about cars […]

Net Zero Houses

Net Zero Houses

There has been considerable buzz in the media recently about “net zero” houses which are houses that consume net zero energy and emit zero carbon. Building a net zero home might seem really expensive at first, but after crunching the numbers you should find that in the long run, the work will pay for itself […]

Animals in prison. The innocent don’t know why they are behind bars.

Animals in prison. The innocent don’t know why they are behind bars.

Animals should not be kept in any form of captivity. Animals belong in their natural habitat. It is a breach of their natural rights to take them away, and put them behind bars. All animals that are kept in captivity should be realised into the wild. Healty News In zoos around the world animals are […]

Sticky and foul-smelling foreign ladybirds set to invade homes this winter

Sticky and foul-smelling foreign ladybirds set to invade homes this winter

As winter approaches, households around the UK will be invaded by a sticky and foul-smelling invader. Harlequin ladybirds first arrived in Britain from Asia in the summer of 2004 and quickly spread across England and into Wales. They have been spotted as far north as the Orkney Islands. Now scientists say their numbers across the […]

Bees Makes Hive In A Jar

Bees Makes Hive In A Jar

A bell jar was placed on top of a mini hive and bees from the nucleus started to create foundation of a hive in the jar. Once the foundation is laid, the bees work in masses to form the rest of the hive.

Little bird vs hawk (How little bird David defended his young from Goliath the red-tailed hawk)

Little bird vs hawk (How little bird David defended his young from Goliath the red-tailed hawk)

How little bird David defended his young from Goliath the red-tailed hawk This is the David v Goliath moment when a plucky kingbird hopped onto the back of a huge hawk and pecked at its head in a bid to defend its young. Although small, the species can become very aggressive in the breeding season, […]