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News of the Weird: Dying to get a date
Attorney General Karen Straughn of Maryland issued an official warning recently for consumers to watch out for what might be called “the $100 bill on the windshield” scam. (That is, if you notice a...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Treasures of California's Central Coast along Hig...
... in your room. Just downstairs is the hotel’s Galley restaurant which sources farm-fresh, pesticide-free produce direct from the chef’s family farm. The premium seafood is popularly made...
Read more at Philly.com
William Randolph Hearst
Pet lovers at odds over one's use of poison on pr...
... records. He was charged with four counts of cruelty to animals and one count each of using pesticide without a permit, unlawful use of pesticide and willful and wanton waste of wildlife. He...
Read more at The Florida Times-Union
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Marion County Sheriff’s Office
81 farmers recover after spraying toxic insectici...
As many as 81 farmers, who experienced nausea after spraying ‘Lannate 40 SP’ (pesticide) on field beans (avare), and were admitted to the Hunsuru taluk hospital during the last 10 days, have been...
Read more at The Hindu
Department of Agriculture
Inaugural program along Fox River marks a comebac...
... works with Redmer. Once near extinction, the eagle population began to rebound after the pesticide DDT -- which softened eagle eggs and hindered hatching -- was banned and habitat...
Read more at Daily Herald
Illinois Department of Natural Resources
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Even organic strawberries are grown with dangerou...
After our investigation revealed just how much dangerous pesticides it takes to grow strawberries, many people wrote to us saying they would start buying organic. But even that won’t fully address...
Read more at Center for investigative journalism
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Death by apathy
... vaisi bharni. The bigger the tragedy, the greater our reliance on metaphysics. Uparwala is watching; uparwala will take care. And in any case, nothing good can come of joining forces against...
Read more at asianage
On the Sweetness of a Fake Book
... stuff: current affairs, history, biography, science, health, mathematics, etc. I do not watch TV or the movies. Compromised health prevents me from dining out with friends. For...
Read more at AllAfrica.com
New poll: Majority believes race relations worse ...
... to keep the government open.” [National Journal tracks all of the procedural maneuvering to watch this week as lawmakers try to push through the massive spending measure.] Waiting for...
Read more at FOX News
The Stars of YouTube and Vine
Furlan, Joey Graceffa, and Cam and Nash.Credit Illustration by Alex Williamson If you haven’t watched YouTube in a while—if you’ve joined the Amish, or you’re Edward Snowden—a lot has changed....
Read more at The New Yorker
In A Face-To-Face GMO Debate, The "For" Side Wins
... that over the past 30 years, genetic engineers haven't made that many useful crops, except pesticide-resistant ones, which now suffer from resistant weeds. (Here at Popular Science, we think...
Read more at Popular Science Australia
American Association for the Advancement of Science
National Academy of Sciences
Farmer’s body exhumed, post-mortem conducted
The body of Diwakar, a farmer from Hunsur taluk, who died while spraying pesticide (Lannate 40 SP) at his field in Modooru, around 10 km from Hunsur town, was exhumed and post-mortem was conducted. A...
Read more at The Hindu
Department of Agriculture
Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain, Reviewed
A Prayer for Rain commemorates the 30th anniversary of the deadly gas leak at a Union Carbide pesticide plant in India. Estimates of the number of deaths on that December night vary widely, from...
Read more at Washington City Paper
New mushroom discovered on campus is the first si...
... searching for mushrooms. In addition to the obvious – make sure they're not poisonous – also watch out for pesticide contamination when hunting for mushrooms in the cities and on lawns. North...
Read more at PhysOrg
Making It Real
... just opposite the sofa. A microphone allows Nichols to talk directly to his players as he watches them. “It’s annoying,” he says. “It’s like wearing a condom. You’re there and you’re not...
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