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Find Nemo? We may be losing him, says climate analyze

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd January 2018

Clownfish under threat from warming ocean water, which are damaging the anemones that serve as its home The clownfish, the colourful swimmer propelled to notoriety by the 2003 movie Finding Nemo, is under threat from warming ocean water wreaking havoc with sea anemones, the structures that serve as its home, a study has found. Closely […]

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Resulting insecticide cuts bee sperm by nearly 40%, study proves

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

Discovery offer possible explanation for increasing deaths of honeybees in recent years, according to scientists The worlds most widely used insecticide is an inadvertent contraceptive for bees, cutting live sperm in males by nearly 40%, according to research. The analyse also proved the neonicotinoid pesticides cut the lifespan of the dronings by a third. The […]

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Margaret Atwood: Plastics are poisoning us. We need change , now

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd December 2017

In a new series marking the 500 th anniversary of the Reformation, the novelist calls for a insurrection against petrochemical polymers Ah, the Reformation. And then, unavoidably, the Counter-Reformation. We remember them, kind of, especially after reading Dissolution, CJ Sansoms detective thriller about the shutting down of and , not incidentally, the looting of rich […]

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Find Nemo? We may be losing him, says climate analyze

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd December 2017

Clownfish under threat from warming ocean waters, which are damaging the anemones that serve as its home The clownfish, the colorful swimmer propelled to fame by the 2003 movie Finding Nemo, is under threat from warming ocean water wreaking havoc with sea anemones, the structures that serve as its home, a study has found. Closely […]

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Receiving Nemo? We may be losing him, says climate analyse

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th December 2017

Clownfish under threat from warming ocean water, which are damaging the anemones that serve as its home The clownfish, the colorful swimmer propelled to reputation by the 2003 movie Finding Nemo, is under threat from warming ocean water wreaking havoc with ocean anemones, the structures that serve as its home, a study has found. Closely […]

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Nestle pays $200 a year to bottle water near Flint- where water is undrinkable

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th December 2017

While Flint combats a water crisis, simply two hours away the beverage giant pumps almost 100,000 times what an average Michigan resident use into plastic bottles Gina Luster bathed her child in lukewarm bottled water, emptied bottle by bottle into the tub, for months. It became a game for her seven-year-old daughter. Pop the top […]

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Margaret Atwood: Plastics are poisoning us. We require change , now

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th December 2017

In a new series marking the 500 th anniversary of the Reformation, the novelist calls for a revolt against petrochemical polymers Ah, the Reformation. And then, inevitably, the Counter-Reformation. We remember them, kind of, especially after reading Dissolution, CJ Sansoms detective thriller about the shutting down of and , not incidentally, the looting of rich […]

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Margaret Atwood: Plastics are poisoning us. We need change , now

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th December 2017

In a new series marking the 500 th anniversary of the Reformation, the novelist calls for a revolt against petrochemical polymers Ah, the Reformation. And then, inevitably, the Counter-Reformation. We recollect them, sort of, especially after reading Dissolution, CJ Sansoms detective thriller about the shutting down of and , not incidentally, the looting of rich […]

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Procuring Nemo? We may be losing him, says climate analyze

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th December 2017

Clownfish under threat from warming ocean water, which are damaging the anemones that serve as its home The clownfish, the colorful swimmer propelled to renown by the 2003 film Finding Nemo, is under threat from warming ocean water wreaking havoc with ocean anemones, the structures that serve as its home, a study has found. Closely […]

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Poor sperm quality links between air pollution

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th November 2017

Study discovers strong association between high levels of fine particulate matter and abnormal sperm shape but impact on wider fertility remains unclear High levels of air pollution are associated with poor sperm quality and could be partly responsible for the sharp drop in male fertility, according to a new study. A team of scientists, led […]

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