“Carbon dioxide makes things grow. Plants love this stuff," John Christy has said.
Thinking of adopting a new plant? Here are some plants that will bloom even in the wintertime.
The two endangered Australian subspecies are related but look quite different.
The World Post
[The Cangzhou plant, the fourth Chinese plant of Hyundai Motor Group. It has an annual capacity of 300,000 units./ Source
It confines and consumes creepy-crawlies including beetles and spiders.
A fully biodegradable urn, designed to convert you into a tree after life. Bios Urn turns death into a transformation and allows for a return to life through nature.
AT&T and Verizon, with the help of the FCC, have 'run out the clock', blocking me from examining the newly collected data from companies that purchase 'special access' services from AT&T and Verizon.
Even so, Angello has served as a surrogate to embattled streaming services by giving artists a new target to trash. Whether
Culture & Arts
It all stems from a fascination with our relationship to movement. When Siobhan 'Sue' Davies CBE took her first steps on the dance stage at 17, no one assumed that the art student had never danced before. But the lack of a classical education was more freeing than restrictive, allowing her to perform and choreograph however she saw fit.
A British woman called the BBC for help identifying a mysterious weed. She not only learned what it is, but also that she’s breaking the law by having it.
This is the CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS! We see Herzog making a case for the mindset and values of a particular group of people
While you're tweeting out to your 25 followers your well-crafted 140 characters, there's a squirrel with 20,000 followers
How can we hope for peace on a global scale if we can't find it within ourselves? Peace begins within each of us.
Now with parts of Haiti in ruin and perhaps 200,000 people dead, the tree-planting and the soil sampling have halted. But the catastrophe makes it more critical than ever that Haiti be re-greened.
Style & Beauty
Hafsteinn Juiliusson is from Reykjavik and designs using influences from society and ecology. He calls his Growing Jewelry "a clash of jewelry and gardening, couture and organism."