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Woman Sues City of Tulsa For Cutting Down Her Edible Garden

Lori Fullbright News On 6 TULSA, Oklahoma – A Tulsa woman is suing the city’s code enforcement officers after she said they cut down her garden with no cause. Denise Morrison said she has more than 100 plant varieties in … Continue reading

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University of Akron engineering professor raises doubts about jet crash that killed Poland’s president

John Mangels Cleveland.com The 2010 jet crash that killed Poland’s president, first lady and dozens of dignitaries during a politically sensitive visit to Russia couldn’t have happened the way official investigations say, a University of Akron engineering professor’s analysis shows. … Continue reading

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Pensioner shoots himself at Greek Parliament, refuses to ‘search for food in garbage’

RT A 77-year-old Greek man has committed suicide in central Athens by the nation’s parliament, shooting himself with a handgun in apparent financial desperation. Eyewitness reports say that the man shouted “So I won’t leave debts for my children” before … Continue reading

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Small town’s $1 experiment

Bryan Seymour Today Tonight The prospect of living a simple life, virtually rent-free, attracted thousands of applicants, but just five families were selected. Twelve months down the track, how is Trundle doing? “I was watching Today Tonight as I did … Continue reading

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Pycnogenol (French maritime pine bark extract) shown to improve menopause symptoms in new study

Katherine Davis EurekAlert Natural supplement found to reduce hot flashes and bloating and improve irregular heart beat and digestive problems. (March 7, 2012) – HOBOKEN, NJ – Half the population experiences menopause, and for those women, it is a condition … Continue reading

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Absolute Power

Fragmentsweb Think about what it must have been like to be an early human. You roam the plains in small communal bands. The women gather nuts, berries, roots and bugs for food; the men hunt lizards and other small game. … Continue reading

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A self-sustaining prophecy

Sydney Morning Herald Years of love and hard work have made this garden a cook’s delight, writes John Newton. For those who dream of making a tree change to a farm in the country with an abundant kitchen garden – … Continue reading

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Ginkgo Biloba: The Living Fossil

Sayer Ji GreenMedInfo Ginkgo biloba is the world’s oldest living plant, known as a “living fossil” because it has no close living relatives, and appears to be the same as a plant species dating back 270 million years (Permian) in the … Continue reading

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Cancer: beyond speciation.

Source: PubMed A good account of the nature of cancer should provide not only a description of its consistent features, but also how they arise, how they are maintained, why conventional chemotherapy succeeds, and fails, and where to look for … Continue reading

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Chinese 2,485 year tree ring study shows natural cycles control climate, temps may cool til 2068

Source: JoNova A blockbuster Chinese study of Tibetan tree rings by Lui et al 2011 shows, with detail, that the modern era is a dog-standard normal climate when compared to the last 2,500 years. The temperature, the rate of change … Continue reading

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