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In a Warming West, the Rio Grande Is Drying Up by HENRY FOUNTAIN


By HENRY FOUNTAIN

Even in a good year, much of the Rio Grande is diverted for irrigation. But it’s only May, and the river is already turning to sand. 11 more words

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In a Warming West, the Rio Grande Is Drying Up

Even in a good year, much of the Rio Grande is diverted for irrigation. But it’s only May, and the river is already turning to sand. 73 more words

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Hanging onto shreds, you rescued me!

When my heart shredded by infliction was hurting you came and rescued me from the torment and provided a cloak to comfort my heart with love that gave peace beyond any understanding. 180 more words

"so mo age mi": A Rant

I stumbled on a trending series of skits on Instagram yesterday- “so mo age mi” which is very much hilarious in its own way and entirely relatable especially to a Nigerian, more specifically to people from the Yoruba tribe. 734 more words

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Taking stock of life.

Shakespeare wrote, “All are punished.” Dang it if it doesn’t seem Shakespeare’s right, though I suspect the poor suffer more than the rich.

 

(The market crash of 1929 helped us meet our neighbors.) 1,034 more words

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Climate change associated with antibiotic resistance

Jenna Ladd | May 25, 2018

The human health impacts of climate change are myriad and include heat-related illnesses and vector borne diseases like Lyme disease. 288 more words

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VIDEO: Iceberg Cliff Diving In Antarctica

This might be the southernmost cliff diving mission in the history of the world? Follow along with Orlando Duque as the Colombian diver travels to Antarctica to send icebergs and raise awareness about climate change. 215 more words

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