The Unbelievable World of Snowflakes (Slideshow)

December 7, 2009 by  
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Image credit: SnowCrystals.com “Snow crystals,” Ukichiro Nakaya wrote in 1939, “may be called letters sent from heaven.” The Japanese physicist was one of a long line of scientists and scholars, philosophers and writers, who studied and mused on snowflakes.

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Ethiopian Athletes: Latest Victims of Climate Change

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Image via: Loren Kahle on Flickr.com Ethiopian athletes, those power-houses of running, particularly long-distance events are finding that their homeland is no longer so welcoming to its own athletes.

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The Betacup: Eliminating Paper Cup Wastage Through Collaborative Design

December 7, 2009 by  
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Photo courtesy of Betacup. Guest contributor Toby Daniels is an entrepreneur with 10 years experience in running businesses in digital media and marketing. Toby is the co-founder of ThinkSocial at the Paley Center for Media and co-founder and community organizer at the betacup , whose mission is to eliminate paper cup consumption through collaborative design.

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