Ward off Evil Vampire Power With Crucifix Power Bar

August 31, 2010 by  
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Nothing wards off vampire power better than a crucifix powerstrip. Alexander Pincus of Means of Production delivers with a 12 outlet cruciform surge protector that accommodates oversize adapters and provides comprehensive protection from evil, power surges, and AC contamination. ..

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UFO Lands In Swedish Tree House Hotel

August 31, 2010 by  
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We love the idea of the Swedish TreeHotel, with its Almost Invisible Mirrored Tree House and its The Bird’s Nest Tree House that Hides Among The Branches . The bird house designer, Bertil Harström of Inredningsgruppen , has another in the works: a UFO…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Does Focusing on Biodiversity Diminish Nature?

August 31, 2010 by  
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photo: ((brian)) via flickr Unless you’ve just started following environmental issues you’re probably aware that biodiversity is declining so much that the planet is seeing species go extinct at a rate a thousand times historical rates of extinction–and that we’re collectively not do a very good job preventing human activity from accelerating that.

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Sea Dragons: Too Cute For Captivity? (Video)

April 2, 2010 by  
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Photo: Richard Ling ( Wikipedia ) Weedy Sea Dragons: beautiful and maybe even magic Could the aquarium trade threaten this amazing little guy? According to conservationists and scientists, the weedy sea dragon – a miniature, leafy-looking creature found only in the shallow waters off southern Australia – needs better protection from threats ranging from habitat loss to collectors, who prize its unique appearance. Read on to see more photos and a video of this captivating critter – straight out of nature’s fairy tale book

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Koalas are Disappearing from Australia

November 10, 2009 by  
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Australia’s koalas are in trouble.  Scientists from the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) have evidence of a drastic decline in Australia’s wild koala population and are requesting protection from the government. Read more of this story »

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