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Backyard Turkey Flock

The turkey flock that normally lives along the Wappingers Creek valley, downslope from the back yard, has emerged for the ritual spring foraging:

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Photography & Images

A world where green things don't exist: Colour blindness explained

You could argue that this blog has a lot in common with an infinite number of Chris De Burgh CDs (with infinite mass) using Google Maps to find their way around Nairobi without an internet connection.   2,065 more words

Colour Blindness

Cow is a sacred asset of the nation - Subramanian Swamy

“A single individual by simply not consuming meat prevents the equivalent of 1.5 tons of CO2 emissions in a year. This is more than the one ton of CO2 emissions prevented by switching from a large sedan to a small car. 2,049 more words

India

The Perspective Editorial

–Aditya Guha

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Thanks for the patient wait! We will continue updating articles throughout this week. So do stay tuned.

We are out with our latest edition for the month of March-April. 166 more words

The Perspective

Aldous Huxley - Quote about how religion and science are used for power, profit and trivia.

Aldous Huxley Quote: Triumphs of Religion and Science

In his novel ‘Time Must Have a Stop’ Aldous displays his cynicism at how the greatest wisdom and achievements of man are perverted and twisted for political or commercial profit. 150 more words

Zeitgeist

Don't Give the Easter Bunny Carrots!

You may not want to leave carrots out for the Easter Bunny. While carrots are delicious, they are high in sugar. That is no good for our little hopping friends. 77 more words

Education