Whale Hunting in Japan

For the first time in over 30 years, Japan has allowed for the commercial hunting of whales. The first hunting missions were out for only a couple of hours and returned home with two grey minke whales.One of them was hoisted up while it was on the ship and once it was in the warehouse, […]

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Single use plastics

Single-use plastics, or disposable plastics, are used only once before they are thrown away or recycled. These items are things like plastic bags, straws, coffee stirrers, soda and water bottles and most food packaging. Single-use plastics may represent the epitome of today’s throwaway culture. The reports say just nine per cent of the world’s nine […]

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Elephant Poaching

Poaching meaning hunting animals illegally. Since the beginning of mankind, man has hunted animals for food, clothes and various other things. But since we started to build houses for ourselves there have been habitat loss for the animals of the forests and after the construction of such luxurious big cities we see today that habitat […]

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The Grandfather Paradox

The most mind boggling paradoxes of all time; the grandfather paradox deals with the repercussions of time travel. The grandfather paradox is a paradox of time travel in which inconsistencies emerge through changing past. A person travels back in time to the past and kills their grandfather before the conception of their father or mother, […]

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Ammonite

The name ammonite, from which the scientific term was derived, was inspired by the spiral shape of their petrified shells, which somewhat resembles the twisted horns of ram. Pliny, the Elder, in the year 79 AD, according to the Julian calendar, called fossils of these animals Ammonis cornua (horns of Amun), because the Egyptian god […]

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We are made of Stardust

Nebulae, among the most beautiful and awe inspiring forms in the universe, are found woven throughout the spiral arms of our galaxy. They are the most active star making regions. These nebulae are giant clouds of gas and dust which gather from the mateones. blown out by dying stars. You see, the universe wastes nothing. […]

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Ajinomoto part-3

A study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism suggests, larger ingestion of MSG leads to a greater risk of getting metabolic syndrome – a group of issues such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and excess body fat. MSG is “a silent killer that’s worse than alcohol, nicotine, and drugs […]

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