As this year comes to a close and you might add a few new gadgets to your collection, here is something to take into consideration when it’s time to get rid of your old ones.
Here’s some startling information that might help you consider supporting local and/or independent businesses next time you shop for food and personal care products. Clever marketing tactics give the illusion of choice but really, it’s just big business at work.
You know what they say, sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words…never been truer.
An inspiring clip taken from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s ‘The Lang & O’Leary Exchange’ where 14-year-old activist Rachel Parent debates Kevin O’Leary on the question of why genetically modified foods need to be labeled and avoided. Rachel runs the Kids Right To Know Club on Facebook.
Living food by Royal College of Art graduate Minsu Kim is a concept that takes fine dining and blends it with the ideas of developments in synthetic biology. It’s only a matter of time before lab grown food hits the market, and this experiment here aims to brings a tactile experience to the eater with food that wiggles on your plate.
All great artists and masters will tell you it takes practice, practice, practice and more practice to develop your skills to a level where you’re now ready to begin embarking on a journey of possibly being great at something.
Check out some of the latest developments going down on our planet and beyond…
This short documentary presents the issue that lead to the piracy situation in Somalia, an angle which is rarely discussed. It explains why the local community has gotten together to protect the shoreline from the hazardous dumping of toxic and nuclear waste by foreign vessels which has been going on since at least 1991. The evidence of this appeared on the beaches in 2004 when many containers filled with toxic waste were washed up by the waves.