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Not laughing about the litter

Walcot Street is an historic thoroughfare which has been full of small businesses since Roman times. It also once declared independence, has a world-famous and recently rescued real ale music pub and is a part of ‘gentile’ Bath that still has an edge. 609 more words

Day By Day

Food and Agriculture

Increase in Food production and its Impact on the Environment and Food Safety: 

In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food. 871 more words


Jugglaos project

Selection from Jugglaos project copyright 2014 Daniel D. Teoli Jr.


Dirty Old City

London is a very dirty city. The quality of the air that Londoners breathe is just as dirty as it was when the great smogs on the 1950s killed so many people, but the London air does not now reveal itself in visible smogs. 382 more words

Climate Change

Gentle Dental: Tips for Pain-Free Dentist Visits

Does fear of painful dental procedures keep you from seeing the dentist? Anxiety about seeing the dentist prevents more than half of U.S. adults from getting regular check-ups. 509 more words

Volatile compounds and their role in nature

Plant originated volatile organic compound emissions are one of the trending topics of plant physiology. All plants emit volatile molecules for many reasons (metabolism, defence against herbivory, drought and heat stress, etc.), and these are very reactive in the atmosphere, playing a significant role in the tropospheric chemistry. 181 more words

Volatile Organic Compounds

Kitchen Tech: Using Nitrous Oxide to make fresh whipped cream, airy waffles, and foam

Back in my January Kitchen Tech column on bar tools, I briefly mentioned that certain restaurants are using liquid nitrogen to make frozen cocktails that resemble sorbets — a magic trick that for all intents and purposes is impossible to replicate at home. 1,276 more words