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The 10 Ways We Can Fix Climate Change

The 10 Ways We Can Fix Climate Change

mag813 June 24, 2017 0

Everyone from policymakers to your next door neighbor is trying to pitch ideas for ways to help find solutions for the planet’s biggest existential crisis: climate change. A team of writers and researchers led

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Trump Administration Drops Protections For Whales, Turtles

Trump Administration Drops Protections For Whales, Turtles

mag813 June 14, 2017 0

Seemingly overshadowed by a new lawsuit against the president, a dismal approving rating, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions denying Russian collusion in the 2016 election, the Trump administration ditched a rule on Monday aimed at

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National Geographic is Sharing Photos of Endangered Species This Summer to Help Save Their Lives

National Geographic is Sharing Photos of Endangered Species This Summer to Help Save Their Lives

mag813 May 23, 2017 0

Photo Ark—one of National Geographic‘s many prized projects—has teamed up with the Outdoor Advertising Association of America to present a cute, cuddly, and critical campaign. Aptly titled #SaveTogether, the movement calls attention to species whose futures are uncertain.

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What to Do If You’re Attacked By a Shark, According to a Navy SEAL

What to Do If You’re Attacked By a Shark, According to a Navy SEAL

mag813 April 29, 2017 0

While the chances of something happening is much less likely than a dog attack, you just never know, especially if you’re out surfing, swimming, or diving in open waters. We hope you never have

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Can Drugs Actually Be Good for Your Health?

Can Drugs Actually Be Good for Your Health?

mag813 April 5, 2017 0

Many consider drugs to be one of the primary catalysts for some of the world’s best art, music and cultural development. Typically it’s because they stimulate our minds to work in ways we never

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Manatees Officially Swim Away From ‘Endangered’ Status

Manatees Officially Swim Away From ‘Endangered’ Status

mag813 April 1, 2017 0

Dire environmental reports are seemingly everywhere, but today, there’s a bit of good news: The roly-poly West Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus) is doing so well that the species is no longer considered endangered. Significant

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The Weird Ways Your Politics Affects Your Morals

The Weird Ways Your Politics Affects Your Morals

mag813 March 8, 2017 0

When news breaks about wrongdoings of our favorite politician, the other side inevitably argues that we have a scandal on our hands. We like to think that our superior grasp of logic is what

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Is Dyeing The Hillsborough River For St. Patrick’s Day An Un-Green Move?

Is Dyeing The Hillsborough River For St. Patrick’s Day An Un-Green Move?

mag813 March 3, 2017 0

Usually when our local waterways turn a fluorescent green, it’s time to worry about toxic chemical spills and three-eyed fish. Not to mention that many of our most cherished festive traditions aren’t necessarily great

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What Your New Years Resolution Should Be, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

What Your New Years Resolution Should Be, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

mag813 December 29, 2016 0

Aries (March 21st to April 19th) This year vow to work on taking things down a notch. You’re very impulsive and only want things when you want them so this year take a step

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All the Gods Born to Virgins on December 25 Before Jesus Christ

All the Gods Born to Virgins on December 25 Before Jesus Christ

mag813 December 23, 2016 0

There are common themes in ancient religion that make one wonder if Christianity was not the one exception to the rule that societies tend to adopt beliefs, stories, and traditions from one another. True,

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