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Should We Give Solar Power Another Try?



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Cities in many countries suffer degradation of air quality. Oxygen levels are decreasing every year making it harder to breathe. Our water is actually much more polluted and trees are dying. The human race has made decisions that are harmful currently causing our planet to fade. Perhaps returning to the things we use at the beginning of the life of the human race is the best solution.

Solar energy can be the answer to many current problems as the sun has always been a source of heat…

A step towards a nicer world starts with two simple words

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Sometimes it seems like the digital world is all too often out to get us

Negative news-feeds, an online public that jumps at a chance to gloat over mistakes and missteps, the way we end up with our heads buried in a constant stream of digital content — good and bad — as it flows through our smartphones and tablets. Maybe we’re missing out on the real world in favor of a meaner, digital version of it.

What if there was a better way to use our technology? What if when we plug in instead of…

‘Better Call Saul’ Episode 8: Jimmy goes dumpster diving for a cure

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It’s a heaping helping of brotherly love in “Rico,” the eighth episode of Better Call Saul, as Jimmy and Chuck join forces to take on Jimmy’s biggest case yet. But before Jimmy can strike elderly law gold mine, we first visit a time in Jimmy’s life when he was spinning his wheels in the mud.

As it turns out, Chuck wasn’t the only McGill employed at HH&M. Jimmy too once received paychecks from the behemoth law firm — as a dutiful mail boy who’d left his con artist ways behind. Though at the…

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‘Better Call Saul’ Episode 8: Jimmy goes dumpster diving for a cure

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It’s a heaping helping of brotherly love in “Rico,” the eighth episode of Better Call Saul, as Jimmy and Chuck join forces to take on Jimmy’s biggest case yet. But before Jimmy can strike elderly law gold mine, we first visit a time in Jimmy’s life when he was spinning his wheels in the mud.

As it turns out, Chuck wasn’t the only McGill employed at HH&M. Jimmy too once received paychecks from the behemoth law firm — as a dutiful mail boy who’d left his con artist ways behind. Though at the…

It’s a bug! Moth lays eggs in anchor’s ear during live broadcast

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Bob Barnard’s ears are a little too cozy.

The Fox DC reporter was doing a piece on Museum Week in our nation’s capitol when an African Moon Moth decided to land on Barnard’s ear. The moth eventually left but not without leaving two souvenirs: moth eggs.

That African Moon Moth on my ear on live TV laid two eggs! (Yuck) It’s #MuseumWeek @NMNH @fox5newsdc pic.twitter.com/W6BSGKrRsR

— Bob Barnard (@barnardfox5dc) March 23, 2015

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A bug’s life: Protein bar made out of crickets launches crowdfunding campaign

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Finally, a protein bar that feeds your inner frog.

Crobar, created by marathon runner Christine Spliid, is a protein bar made out of cricket powder. In case that didn’t sink in, we’re talking about insects.

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Image: Christine Spliid

The new, health-conscious brand of energy bars hopes to start production this April, and has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise

New speakers confirmed for next week’s +SocialGood UK

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As the UK general election draws closer, issues such as globalization, job growth, climate change and world poverty are coming into increasingly sharper focus.

We’re excited to shed light on these issues in front of a global audience at +SocialGood UK, which will bring together speakers from around the world to discuss how technology is driving social change.

Our list of speakers is growing daily, and includes everyone from…

New speakers confirmed for next week’s +SocialGood UK

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As the UK general election draws closer, issues such as globalization, job growth, climate change and world poverty are coming into increasingly sharper focus.

We’re excited to shed light on these issues in front of a global audience at +SocialGood UK, which will bring together speakers from around the world to discuss how technology is driving social change.

Our list of speakers is growing daily, and includes everyone from…

19 weird things you just can’t unsee

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The world is a big Magic Eye book. Look closely, and you’ll begin to see objects and shapes hidden in other seemingly normal things.

Just to be clear, we aren’t talking about cryptic messages hiding inside the dollar bill that reveal the United States is run by some New World Order or that “Stairway to Heaven” played backwards is the devil talking.

We’re talking about funny faces and Batman symbols hiding in everyday objects,…

Monica Lewinsky: "Shame is an industry and the currency is clicks"

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VANCOUVER, Canada — If anyone knows what it means to be publicly humiliated, it’s Monica Lewinsky

In one of very few major media appearances in more than a decade, Monica Lewinsky took the TED stage on Thursday to champion online compassion. In the years since arguably the biggest political scandal of our time, Lewinsky has turned her attention to activism, namely the fight against cyberbullying and public shame