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FOOD & DRINK
Bugs Are The Protein Of The Future, But We’re Too Grossed Out To Eat Them
“It’s not that they’re dirty and disgusting so we don’t eat them; it’s that we don’t eat them, so we think of them as dirty and disgusting.”
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Five Reasons To Eat Crickets
Host of Bachelor on a Budget Cooking Show
Getting over the "ick" factor of eating crickets and other insects may seem like a large hurdle, but the benefits you gain in taste, nutrition, and that whole "saving the world" thing outweighs any preconceptions you have.
Sex Sizzles In The Summer
Science Writer; Canopy Explorer; Director of Global Initiative...
I sometimes wish that I never trained to become a scientist, instead retaining my simple childhood notions that a field of wildflowers was a profoundly beautiful application of God's paintbrush. But, science teaches us an overwhelming respect for Mother Nature.
In Hawaii, You Can Actually Hear Evolution In Action
Show this video to anyone who doubts Darwin.
'Nightmarish,' Cannibalistic Cricket Invading Eastern U.S.
In North Carolina, for example, scientists say that in households where camel crickets were identified, it was the greenhouse
CULTURE & ARTS
Robot Art: Harvey Moon's Amazing Drawing Machines (VIDEO)
Harvey Moon, a new media artist, has found a solution to the complaint: "I'm just not good at drawing." Moon has designed
Prehistoric Cricket Archabollus Musicus Chirps In Recreation Of Mating Call
(Story continues below.) Talk about cool - and creepy. "This discovery indicates that pure tone communication was already
WATCH: A Lavish Insect Feast, And Why We Should Eat Bugs
The Perennial Plate
Before you call this video gross, or trendy, or sensationalist...watch it. David Gracer, an entomophagy (bug eating) expert gives a pretty good case for making wider use of bugs.
Crickets Benefit from Protecting Mates
Previous studies of crickets’ behavior examined them in a lab setting, where males acted aggressively towards other males
Five Ways To Cook A Cricket
Edible Insect Advocate, GirlMeetsBug.com
Crickets taste vaguely like a cross between a shrimp and an almond, and are highly nutritious: when dried, they rival beef pound-for-pound when it comes to protein, and far exceed it in calcium and iron.
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An Impassioned Call for a National Scientist Registry
Buckler of swashes
Scientists around the world have been weighing animal testicles, slicing open squids to ogle their penises, and condoning the rape of defenseless female guppies.
Cricket Has Biggest Testicles Of Any Animal, Used For Promiscuity: Study
Scientists have found a bushcricket species with testicles that account for up to 14% of its body weight. It is the animal
A Desperate Need for Nature
CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. and book author
Snuggled under all my soft and comfy organic bedding, I am feeling all warm and wonderful, while the air in the room is sweet, cool, and so refreshing. It's an elixir that is priceless.
Nevadans Hope To Deter Crickets With Led Zeppelin
Mormon crickets have no taste in music, and Nevadans are using it against them. Residents of Tuscarora are getting ready
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