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2015/03/27 23:26
2015/03/27 23:26
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Asked how high he got in Scientology’s levels of study, Haggis said, “All the way to the top.”Credit Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark On August 19, 2009, Tommy Davis, the chief spokesperson for the...
2015/03/27 23:26
2015/03/27 23:26
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2015/03/27 06:07
2015/03/27 06:07
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Greater Anglia. Season ticket holders on Abellio Greater Anglia trains are set to be among the first in the country to get a new plastic “smart ticket” later this year. To send a link to...
2015/03/26 10:26
2015/03/26 10:26
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SHOCKED volunteers cleaning up Brean beach filled a total of 56 bags with rubbish. Organisers of the one day clean up said they could easily have DOUBLED the horrible haul. National Trust bosses...
2015/03/26 05:05
2015/03/26 05:05
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A light drizzle fell, but the downpour eluded us. That felt like the story of South by Southwest Music 2015. Sure it rained, but never enough for me to bust out the plastic poncho I kept in my back...
2015/03/26 03:52
2015/03/26 03:52
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Dylan Powell’s morning began as it usually does — by wheeling a 200-pound MIG welder and a tank of argon-blend gas across the concrete floor of a repurposed industrial building. He parked the...
2015/03/26 01:16
2015/03/26 01:16
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Disease mongering plays a big role in the "anti-aging" marketing for human growth hormone. Photo / 123RF Are you tired? Do you have low energy? Have you put on some weight recently? Despite the...
2015/03/25 02:01
2015/03/25 02:01
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Each week at the swimming pool I steal glances at the women who are undressing for their water aerobics class. Talcum powder dusting the slatted benches, a foot slowly poked through the leg of a pair...
2015/03/23 05:26
2015/03/23 05:26
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A crew in the Williston Basin, which contains billions of barrels of oil—enough to supply the country for years, if it can be safely extracted. The boom, one resident said, has brought “free...
2015/03/20 00:02
2015/03/20 00:02
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Did state do enough to protect Jarrae Estepp? Her mother says no, and seeks justice in daughter's deathAn influx of immigrants getting driver's licenses also means more organ donorsJohn Moorlach...
2015/03/19 12:11
2015/03/19 12:11
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Chancellor George Osborne’s Budget received a generally warm welcome from the plastic industry and associated sectors. The British Plastics Federation director-general Philip Law backed the...
2015/03/19 08:57
2015/03/19 08:57
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Government must tackle rising number of wet wipes, says marine charity MSC says much of the problem stems from so-called 'flushable' wet-wipes being put down the loo rather than in the bin, and...
2015/03/18 21:16
2015/03/18 21:16
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The natural world can provide everything humans need to exist. There are fruits on the trees and enough water in the world. However we humans have foolishly tried to own what should actually belong to...
2015/03/18 10:37
2015/03/18 10:37
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Almajiri in the Islamic tradition is actually a high caliber word, it arose from Alima Jirud, people who are moving from one part of the world to the other, looking for Islamic or Arabic knowledge. In...
2015/03/17 22:46
2015/03/17 22:46
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If you could stand on the ocean floor, look up, and see only the plastic pollution suspended in our oceans, you would see massive clouds of plastic particles, a mist of dust-like microplastic...
2015/03/17 15:14
2015/03/17 15:14
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Robert Platshorn was a hostage, all right, but you wouldn't have known it from the lush Caribbean scenery outside his hotel window. You wouldn't have figured it from his carefree fishing excursions...
2015/03/17 12:17
2015/03/17 12:17
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DEGRADING and pornographic images of women included as official “educational” material at a high-profile Melbourne surgical conference have raised damning new questions about the culture of the...
2015/03/17 04:26
2015/03/17 04:26
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Chung If you want to feel bad about your looks, spend some time in Seoul. An eerily high number of women there—and men, too—look like anime princesses. Subway riders primp in front of full-length...
2015/03/17 01:09
2015/03/17 01:09
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Humans have been trying to figure out the easiest way to pay for things for a very long time. First, they traded goats and shells, then gold and coins, then they got fancy and upgraded to cardboard...
2015/03/16 14:49
2015/03/16 14:49
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Plastic: From mega-useful to the king of waste How might business initiatives improve our over-reliance on harmful plastics? According to Think Beyond Plastic, an initiative which began in Silicon...
2015/03/14 14:48
2015/03/14 14:48
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... fountains used to be everywhere, but they have slowly disappeared as public water is increasingly pushed out in favor of private control and profit,” writes Peter Gleick in his book Bottled &...
2015/03/27 23:26
2015/03/27 23:26
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