Weaponizing the Frequencies: t...

Jan 6, 2019 by

Psychotronic millimeter wave weaponry is coming to a street near you, with the potential to unleash disease on a mass scale. Welcome to the new fifth generation of wi-fi called 5G, where the speed to send full-length, high-definition movies to your ipad is ten times faster.

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How to provide a backyard habi...

Nov 27, 2018 by

We live in an ecosystem where plants and animals depend upon one another for survival.

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Thoreau on Nature as Prayer

Nov 25, 2018 by

Walt Whitman saw trees — “so innocent and harmless, yet so savage” — as a wellspring of wisdom on being rather than seeming.

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Nature and the Serious Busines...

Jun 11, 2018 by

[Translate] “Our origins are of the earth. And so there is in us a deeply seated response to the natural universe, which is part of...

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Why Education Must Come Back t...

Jan 24, 2018 by

[Translate] By Will Stanton Guest writer for Wake Up World “Unless we are willing to encourage our children to reconnect with and...

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Walt Whitman on What Makes Lif...

Dec 31, 2017 by

[Translate] BRAINPICKINGS.US “Do you need a prod?” the poet Mary Oliver asked in her sublime meditation on living with maximal...

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TO SAVE THE HONEY BEE, RESEARC...

May 10, 2017 by

[Translate] Briefly Stuff that matters mushroom for improvement GRIST.ORG Bee populations have been in flux for the past decade....

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SCIENTISTS DISCOVER ANTARCTICA...

Apr 24, 2017 by

For decades, scientists have known that summertime brings liquid meltwater to Antarctica’s ice sheets.

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MOST POPULAR DIRT POSTS OF 201...

Jan 24, 2017 by

[Translate] Jared Green   THE DIRT.ASLA.ORG India’s water crisis / National Geographic As we look forward to covering new stories on...

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PARIS ALLOWS ANYONE TO PLANT A...

Oct 13, 2016 by

[Translate] by Lacy Cooke  INHABITAT.COM View Slideshow Paris just passed a new law that allows anyone to plant an urban garden...

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BIOPHILIC CITIES LEAD THE WAY ...

Jun 8, 2016 by

[Translate] Jared Green  THE DIRT “We need density but we also need connections to nature,” said University of Virginia professor...

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WHAT IS BIOMIMICRY, ANYWAY?

May 4, 2016 by

[Translate] By Grist staff This article is published in partnership with: MCAD Let’s play a game. It’s called “Who made it?” and it...

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TIME TO GROW UP INTO A LIVING ...

Apr 24, 2016 by

[Translate] The current political chaos in the United States is a product of the failure of our economic system to fulfill the...

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THE SIX INDIGENOUS WOMEN AT TH...

Apr 4, 2016 by

[Translate]   By Nancy Piñeiro Moreno and Translated by Laura Beratti, teleSUR | News Analysis These six Mapuche women have taken the...

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‘HUMANITY’S FINAL ...

Mar 28, 2016 by

[Translate] Climate Change By Andrew C. Revkin Raymond Pierrehumbert, a longtime climate scientist now at Oxford, stopped by The New...

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HAS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FAI...

Mar 23, 2016 by

[Translate] by The Dirt Contributor Welcome to the Anthropocene / The Topograph “A sense of crisis has brought us together. What is...

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COULD A NEW PLASTIC-EATING BAC...

Mar 10, 2016 by

[Translate] Scientists have discovered a species of bacteria capable of breaking down commonly used PET plastic but remain unsure of...

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IF YOU LIKE THE SUBURBS, YOU&#...

Feb 29, 2016 by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Architecture Lest we forget, car-dependent, suburban sprawl is a very recent phenomenon....

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WHICH ASPECTS OF NATURE IMPROV...

Nov 7, 2015 by

[Translate] THE DIRT by Jared Green “We know that exposure to nature enhances our well-being, but we know less about the specific...

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NATURE AND TECHNOLOGY ARE MERG...

Nov 6, 2015 by

[Translate] Industrial Evolution By Suzanne Jacobs  GRIST The 21st century will challenge everything we think we know about nature...

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MY DARK CALIFORNIA DREAM

Oct 24, 2015 by

[Translate] Credit Illustration by Mark Pernice Our­ parents had wide open spaces all around. We still had nature within reach. Now...

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WHY INVASIVE SPECIES WILL SAVE...

Sep 9, 2015 by

[Translate] THE DIRT   by Liz Camuti Conservationists are becoming enemies of nature, according to a new book The New Wild: Why...

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HISTORY, VEGETATION, HAPPINESS...

Sep 6, 2015 by

[Translate] THE GUARDIAN Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but is it all cities need to be attractive? Readers shared their...

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MAD presents cloud corridor re...

Sep 2, 2015 by

[Translate]   aug 28, 2015     in an exhibition currently on view at the A+D museum in LA, MAD architects has proposed ‘cloud...

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WHAT DOSE OF NATURE DO WE NEED...

Jun 27, 2015 by

[Translate]  JARED GREEN – HUFFINGTON POST Central Park, New York City / Drive the District There has been a boom in studies...

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GREEN SPACES IN SCHOOLS IMPROV...

Jun 21, 2015 by

[Translate] The Huffington Post  |  By Carolyn Gregoire Children today spend less time outdoors than ever before — and it may...

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RISE IN CO2 COULD RESTRICT GRO...

Jun 20, 2015 by

[Translate]   By Tim Radford, Climate News Network   VIA TRUTHDIG     Food stalls at a market in Kamuli, eastern Uganda. (ErinaMukuta...

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PERMAFROST THAW WOULD HAVE RUN...

May 15, 2015 by

[Translate]   By Tim Radford, Climate News Network   VIA TRUTHDIG     A bank of thawing permafrost near the Kolyma River in Siberia....

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Tree-Based Farming Could Deliv...

May 9, 2015 by

[Translate]   By Tim Radford, physician Climate News Network   VIA TRUTHDIG     A forest in Zambia devastated by slash-and-burn...

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What Do Seniors Need in Parks?

May 6, 2015 by

[Translate] THE DIRT  by Jared Green The senior population is growing. By 2050, a third of the U.S. will be 65 and older. The World...

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