Simply Sunscreen: Avoid Summer Sunburn Naturally

July 11, 2016 by  
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There is nothing like carelessly frolicking in the sun during the summer. As summer progresses however, avoiding sunburns and sun damage becomes increasingly important. Many people like to avoid repeatedly applying thick layers of sunscreen to much…

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Horseshoe-shaped tourist center in Hungary gets its power from the sun

February 23, 2016 by  
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Ziggurat-like vertical farming tower would soak up the sun in Paris

February 17, 2016 by  
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FDA will finally begin testing food crops for cancer-linked herbicide glyphosate

February 17, 2016 by  
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Glyphosate , a powerful herbicide used widely in U.S. agriculture with known links to cancer and autism, has finally become the subject of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) testing . Nearly a year after the World Health Organization  (WHO) said the chemical is “probably” a carcinogen, the FDA will begin testing to find out how much glyphosate is lurking in our food supply. Despite the WHO ruling, the fight to protect American consumers from the toxic chemical has been an uphill one, primarily because of the stranglehold its main manufacturer, Monsanto, has on the U.S. government. Read the rest of FDA will finally begin testing food crops for cancer-linked herbicide glyphosate

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Which States Care Most About The Environment?

January 14, 2016 by  
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Seriously, what did we do before Google? Not only do we have information on virtually everything under, on and above the sun, but we also now have data and trends. The folks at SaveOnEnergy have collected and mined this Google Trends Search Volume…

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Seasons in the sun: new research shows solar storms are affected by seasonal changes

April 9, 2015 by  
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Earth dwellers are all too familiar with seasonal changes, but have you ever wondered whether the sun has its own seasons? Apparently, it does. Although that ball of fire in the sky doesn’t have four seasons each year like we’re accustomed to, it still experiences seasons. Every two years, the sun goes through a seasonal change , waxing and waning with bands of strong magnetic fields, according to a new study by researchers for the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). Affecting the 11-year solar cycle, this behavior can amplify or weaken solar storms depending on the movement. Read the rest of Seasons in the sun: new research shows solar storms are affected by seasonal changes Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: corona , earth science news , solar storms , space exploration , space news , space science , sun experiences seasons , sun flares , sun seasons , sun spots , sun storms

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Telesis v2.0 is an open and airy renovated post-war home

April 9, 2015 by  
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Save Energy, Boil Water with a SunRocket Solar Kettle

October 8, 2013 by  
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Earth911 reviews the SunRocket, a kettle that heats your water with the power of the sun.

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Put Summer Berries to Use by Making Shrub Syrup

September 10, 2013 by  
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You can still enjoy the flavors from the season in the sun — even when the calendar shows it’s long past — by using summer fruits to make shrub syrup.

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Composting Toilets: Why We Should Give a Crap

September 10, 2013 by  
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Learn about portable toilets that are good for the environment AND don’t smell bad in this Q&A with Eco Commode’s founder.

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