If MacGyver lived today this is probably how he’d survive in the wild

May 27, 2017

… key challenges is deciding what equipment to bring with me … that takes me so much time,” Quitmeyer explains. “[Once] I was carrying 90 pounds on my backpack of just electronics … [so now I try not to] overburden myself. Because that’s going to be more dangerous than even a lot of Natural encounters.” But his previous adventures definitely prepared him for life on the show. “All my previous hiking trips in Panama or Madagascar and the Philippines, they …

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17 Things To Do On MDW That Have Nothing To Do With Getting Drunk

May 26, 2017

… the shore. 7. Create a vision board to help you establish your goals for the upcoming summer. Pin images, quotes, and anything else that inspires you to a cork board, and make sure you hang it somewhere youll see it every day. 8. Find somewhere to volunteer in your area. Bonus points if you can find a way to volunteer your time for veterans or other military service members. 9. Hit up a trampoline park for an all-Natural high, sans the alcohol or drugs. You be one of the only adults (without …

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Rocket Lab Reports Launch Into Space From New Zealand

May 25, 2017

… increase the pace and affordability of sending up imaging and communication gear used for services including weather monitoring, Natural disaster management and crop surveillance. The company said in 2015 that it should be able to offer a launch service for less than $5 million. “Today’s successful launch is a major milestone in the development of New Zealand’s space industry,” Simon Bridges, Minister for Economic Development, said in a statement. “It is …

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China, the King of Coal, Is Getting Gassy

May 25, 2017

With factories and power plants across China burning half the world’s coal, the government’s latest targets for using more Natural gas to ease the country’s worsening air pollution seemed too ambitious. Though gas remains a small and  The results are encouraging analysts to upgrade their demand forecasts and may signal the government is on track to reach its goal of getting as much as 10 percent of its energy from gas by 2020. It’s also bolstering the outlook …

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May 24, 2017

… “Natural architecture” concept of making buildings part of a landscape. Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Source: Taisei Corporation, Azusa Sekkei Co., Ltd. and Kengo Kuma and Associates JV/Courtesy of JSC   Kuma’s design for the stadium was chosen in late 2015 in a hastily arranged competition after British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid’s futuristic creation was investigation into the use of plywood possibly originating from Malaysian forests for the …

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Assaults between care home residents reported daily – BBC News

May 23, 2017

… ruled that he died from Natural causes contributed to by the injuries he sustained. Related Topics Dementia More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsEcomify-OTO1 Ultimate Tool to Create Amazon, Ali Express and Ebay Affiliate Stores and DropshippingSticky Post Capture and engage your audience with this powerful WordPress pluginPlugin Sniper Developer Find out what plugins a WordPress site is usingUnstoppable IM Inner Circle …

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Ipoh: A cultural and culinary guide to Malaysia’s rising tourism star

May 23, 2017

(CNN)Sometime after the tin slump of the 1980s, Ipoh earned a reputation for being a retirement destination, or just a pit stop on the way to Penang. “Before, there wasn’t one place where people gathered,” says Julie Song of Burps & Giggles, a cafe that’s contributed to the city’s new face. “Now, everyone who comes makes Old Town their first stop.” …

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Why Humans Love Robots Like People

May 21, 2017

… a Natural human tendency, as our understanding of the world and everything in it is based on our own experiences. We personify all kinds of objectswe refer to a trusty vehicle as old girl, feel nagged when our alarm clocks scream at us to wake up, and experience irritation or sympathy as our dated computer limps along, struggling to obey our commands. We do this with robots, too. MIT researcher Kate Darling conducts experiments in which people play with Pleos, small mechanized dinosaurs, and are …

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10 new features coming to your phone in Android O

May 21, 2017

… with a physical transition that is Natural for us to recognize. “ Image: google This will manifest in a few different styles of animations, but one is a new type called “fling animation,” which helps you slow down motion at the end of a graphic. 10. Picture-in-picture It’s been mentioned before but it bears repeating: Android O is getting support for picture-in-picture that works with any app, not just YouTube. It will take some time before more developers start …

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Treasure trove of new plant discoveries revealed – BBC News

May 18, 2017

… the future. Image caption Prof Kathy Willis inside the arid zone at Kew Lara Jewitt, nurseries manager at Kew, said some of the plants kept in the nurseries at Kew are the last of their kind in the world. “We have about 10,000 species here, 29% of which are Natural source – so that means they’ve been collected from the wild,” she said. “That makes them much more important for conservation, for scientific research, for restoration. This is a living scientific …

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10 hotels to commune with nature

May 16, 2017

(CNN)Hear the wind whisper through the pines while perched high in a fire tower in the Cheyenne Mountains,sway in a suspended sphere in the Canadian rainforest or relax in a solar-powered yurt in the Alaskan wilderness. Though these resorts are unconventional, guests won’t find sleeping bags and pop-up tents at the end of the day. In addition to the proper beds and bathrooms, cushy perks like fireplaces and hot tubs give guests creature comforts while enjoying their Natural surroundings. …

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Trump might tap a non-scientist to fill a high-level science job at USDA

May 15, 2017

… Natural Agricultural Statistics Service and the Economic Research Service. Catherine Woteki, who was the undersecretary during the Obama administration, said appointing Clovis to that position would be like tapping someone without a medical background to lead the National Institutes of Health, one of the world’s foremost medical research centers. “This position is the chief scientist of the Department of Agriculture. It should be a person who evaluates the scientific body of evidence …

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Luxury travel: The most remote resorts in the Philippines

May 15, 2017

(CNN)Whether you’re in search of an all-inclusive luxury resort or a chilled-out beach villa, the Philippines has no shortage of remote retreats to whisk intrepid travelers off the grid. But you’ll want to get there soon. The country’s Natural beauty has caught the eye of international jet-setters and tourism has grown at a rate of 8% per year since 2010, according to a report by Oxford Business Group. …

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LikeFolio is an app for understanding the stock market via Twitter

May 13, 2017

… consumer conversations are happening. We want to help decipher the chatter to provide a source of insight, helping investors make more informed decisions,” John Hart, managing director, trading and product development at TD Ameritrade, said in an emailed statement. “The LikeFolio Influencer Alerts app is a Natural and novel extension to our suite of social tools,” he continued. This partnership is the first time TD Ameritrade has been involved in an app like this one that …

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China to allow US beef exports after deal on trade issues with US

May 12, 2017

Washington (CNN)A new trade deal will allow US beef and Natural gas exports to flow into China while opening up the US market for cooked poultry and Chinese banks, the US Commerce Secretary announced Thursday. The initial slate of commitments from the two countries marked the first sign of progress on the 100-day action plan that President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping called for during their meeting at Trump’s Florida estate last month. Trump made renegotiating trade …

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Meet the sex-positive YouTubers giving kids the sex talks they really need

May 8, 2017

… remind us that they watch the videos.” While Rose and Rosie aren’t sex educators, their Natural way of talking about sex in their relationship shows their audience what it’s like to have a healthy sexual relationship with open communication. Their YouTube channel provides a safe environment for their viewers to voice their opinions and learn about life from a different perspective. Image: Youtube/Rose ellen dix Our channel is… better than most channels. Our hero …

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The Toronto airport has a new mascot: ceiling raccoon

May 7, 2017

A raccoon in its more Natural habitat: nature.Image: Lucienne Morin/Solent News/REX/Shutterstock Animals hanging out in airports are usually kept in carriers, sometimes held close on leashes. Rarely are they peering over your shoulder from a hole in the ceiling. People collecting their luggage at Toronto Pearson International Airport were greeted by an adorable little raccoon who had somehow managed to get up into the ceiling, CBC News Toronto reported. Just look at this cute trash burglar: …

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World Naked Gardening Day is when people get dirty in the name of growing greens

May 7, 2017

… #gardensofinstagram #instagarden #gardening #instagardening #greenfingers #mypoorneighbours A post shared by Emi Lyford (@emi_lyford) on May 6, 2017 at 12:09am PDT Yes, there are a few racier, NSFW garden photos out there, but you’ll have to discover those on your own. For now, bask in the innocent joy of humans plowing the fields in the only outfit nature ever meant for us to wear. WATCH: Keep your Natural tan all year-round with this tanning suit More From this publisher : HERE …

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The Falklands penguins that would not explode – BBC News

May 7, 2017

… fences, shielded from human encroachment, the penguins have had decades of peace and quiet in their minefield. Native flora has regrown around them. “Natural systems have returned to not quite a pristine state, but a state where you’ve reached climax communities in certain parts,” says Paul Brickle, director of the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute. “The mines are horrible things, and very difficult to remove – you essentially have to get on your hands …

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Tainted love: Bob Thissen finds beauty in derelict Japanese love hotels

May 4, 2017

(CNN)In one photo, a dusty chandelier hangs from the ceiling above a large circular mattress framed by a mirrored headboard. In another, an abandoned suit of armor stands guard over a chariot bed adorned with stained pillows. Signs of decay, from the scattered debris of a collapsing roof to water stained walls, are everywhere. Yet the images — all taken in the rooms of an abandoned Japanese sex hotel by Dutch photographer Bob Thissen — seem oddly serene, like staged monuments …

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Amazon’s Alexa can now whisper, and it’s as terrifying as you’d imagine

May 3, 2017

"Hey, you. Yes you. Come closer. *I want to tell you a secret.*"Image: Mikael Buck/REX/Shutterstock The sound of humanity’s impending irrelevance is all the more terrifying when it’s delivered sotto voce. This much is clear following Amazon’s release of several new voice features for its Alexa assistant. Pitched as a way for developers to create a “more Natural voice experience,” the update from the Seattle-based retail giant has made it possible to alter …

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Beyonc Is Pregnancy Perfection At The Wearable Art Gala But Look Who Took Her Place In A Destiny’s Child Red Carpet Reunion!

May 2, 2017

… organized the annual event, wore a mermaid gown that looked like it was made of fresh green leaves. Natural! Meanwhile Bey slipped in undetected (somehow!) in a form-fitting red gown with a crown made of flowers! Bless! Thankfully, a few fans inside the event documented the pregnancy perfection with pics: Beyonc attending the #WearableArtGala tonight. pic.twitter.com/YFcHk1ucoG BEYONC LEGION (@Bey_Legion) April 30, 2017 Beyonc & Jay Z attending the #WearableArtGala tonight. …

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Trump’s big EPA website change should worry you

April 30, 2017

… existence for more than 20 years, explained what climate change is, what caused it and, how it affects your health, among other things. In opposition to what Trump has said in the past about climate change (he doesn’t believe it is man-made), the webpage notes many times how humans have contributed to climate change. “Research indicates that Natural causes do not explain most observed warming, especially warming since the mid-20th century. Rather, it is extremely likely that human …

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Alexa can now whisper sweet nothings and cuss, kinda

April 29, 2017

… Developers in the U.S., UK, and Germany will have soon have the five new SSML tags at their disposal to make Alexa’s voice more Natural when users engage her for their skills. Whispers will make Alexa speak softer, while expletive beeps will give her the chance to curse without offending your grandma. The sub tag will let the AI say something other than what’s written in the code, and the emphasis and prosody tags will make Alexa’s voice more Natural, changing the volume, …

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United Airlines had the most animal deaths of all U.S. airlines two years in a row

April 28, 2017

… Delta’s 11 animal deaths and five injuries were close behind in 2015, but thankfully all other U.S. airlines had animal deaths in single digits. Though on occasion these animal deaths were the result of Natural causes, those surrounding Simon’s death the three-foot-long, 10-month-old rabbit that recently died in the cargo section of a United Boeing 767 are currently unknown. “Something very strange has happened and I want to know what. Ive sent rabbits all around the world and …

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India facing another summer of deadly heat

April 25, 2017

… Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), said that while 11 states have prepared plans for this year’s heat wave, many more have not, and the NDMA lacks the ability to compel local governments to act. More to do Despite all the challenges, public health researchers and policy experts are optimistic. A meeting held by the NDMA and IMD in March in an attempt to drum up support from local officials was widely attended, said Nehmat Kaur, a development policy economist with the Natural …

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