Colorful aerial sculpture represents data from Japan’s devastating 2011 tsunami

January 19, 2016 by  
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Saudi Arabia is using precious American water to feed their own cows

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Saudi Arabian companies have been snatching up farmland in the US Southwest, a move that has local farmers in California and Arizona crying foul. The Saudis are using the land to grow alfalfa hay, which is exported back to feed the country’s dairy herds. Incredibly, the cost of shipping feed across the world is less expensive than growing it on Saudi soil, most of which is desert. Read the rest of Saudi Arabia is using precious American water to feed their own cows

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North Korea claims it’s invented the world’s first hangover-free alcohol

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Oh North Korea , is there anything you can’t do? The DPRK’s media just announced that the Hermit Kingdom just invented the world’s first alcohol that doesn’t cause hangovers. The amazing discovery is undoubtedly incredible, but not quite as revolutionary as their scientific breakthrough claim of last year: a miracle vaccine that reportedly cured HIV/AIDS, MERS, cancer, and even Ebola . Read the rest of North Korea claims it’s invented the world’s first hangover-free alcohol

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Janet Echelman’s dazzling aerial sculpture maps the devastating power of an earthquake

December 14, 2015 by  
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Intricate hand-knitted sculpture made with half a million knots hovers over Boston

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