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Golden Shower: Its Beauty & Medicinal Importance

A street with blooming Golden Shower trees.

The Golden shower is one of the beautiful and brightly colored flowering tree in the Philippines.  It is commonly used an ornamental tree in subdivisions and residential areas and also in memorial parks.   643 more words

Gardening

There Ain’t Room on this Planet for the Both of Us: The Nittaewo Genocide

“Most evolving lineages, human or otherwise, when threatened with extinction, don’t do anything special to avoid it” – George C. Williams

Nobody seems all that put out by the fact that… 2,346 more words

Anthropology

Fishing for information

From the smallest fish in the world, measuring less than a centimetre, to the Tioman stone loach fish, which is found only in a cave on Tioman Island, South-east Asia is a treasure trove of over 3,000 species of freshwater fish – many of which can be found nowhere else in the world. 906 more words

Current Affairs

Hawaii Island Week: Hawaii Wildlife Center


KHON2’s Wake Up 2day and Living808 present a special series from the Island of Hawaii. Trini Kaopuiki went exploring and found the joys of a staycation on Hawaii’s largest island. 154 more words

Living808

Hawaii Island Week: Hawaii Wildlife Center


KHON2’s Wake Up 2day and Living808 present a special series from the Island of Hawaii. Trini Kaopuiki went exploring and found the joys of a staycation on Hawaii’s largest island. 154 more words

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Millions of native orchids flourish at former mining waste site -- ScienceDaily

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160427095101.htm

If you’ve lost your way to this blog, you know I tend to the unusual and try to peak into the places between. To the extent I keep to that tack, this could billow those sails. 55 more words

Science

Evolvability: The Race Against Extinction

By Bryan Moyers

It’s easy to think that evolution only works over long periods of time.  As much as 4.1 billion years ago, life began on Earth.   1,405 more words

Biology