In its 2019 Spring Statement the government said it will aim to end the use of fossil fuel-based heating systems in all new homes from 2025. It’s a bold move, and one that certainly brings even more focus on improving the sustainability credentials of the UK’s new-build housing stock. But what else should be done […]
When I was at Kingcombe I saw one of the ladies with an amazing little bag. She couldn’t remember the name of the pattern at the time but I managed to find it in the end. It’s a cracking little bit of kit called the Bionic Gear Bag, or BGB. It’s a very neat tabletop […]
Oil and gas accounts for over 70% of energy consumed in Nigeria, according to the World Bank. Considering this dependency on fossil oil and possibility of it running out in the future, there should be an urgent intervention to look into other ways to generate energy in Nigeria.
Today’s Action: State support for missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
Sexual Dynamite Heroine 24 Aphrodite WomanItem No. ZEOD-56 Actress Kano ManamiDirector Miki Matsuura Series Sexual Dynamite Heroine Minami Hoshino protected the peace of the city as a female warrior Aphrodite woman who draws blood of goddess tribes. One day, a series of museum attacks occur. The group of criminals stole the fossils of dinosaurs, and […]
Paleontologists working in the northern United States have uncovered one of the most remarkable collections of fossils ever discovered, dating back to the day a giant asteroid slammed into a shallow sea on the primordial Earth 66 million years ago. In the immediate aftermath of that asteroid impact, unimaginable flooding swept across the planet. Earth […]
On Earth Day, I was invited to the main downtown library to talk with the book forum Plotting the Plateau. I wasn’t sure what I was heading into and, I guess, some of the people there weren’t either. It turned out to be mainly a book club who had read Sustainability: A Love Story. We […]
The Alchemical Equity, Union and Communion Consciousness Strike Reclaiming the Carrot and the Stick Revocation I in the ever present moment of now choose to form a multilayered spiritual court of alchemical equity. For the expressed purpose of no longer co-operating with any forced evolutionary service in any dimension, time stream, galaxy or universe in […]
April 25, 2019 12:51 PM | Updated April 25, 2019 1:08 PM "If we compare it to mammals, it wouldn't be a rodent, a deer, a bat, a primate or an elephant, or anything we know fossil or alive so far in history. In the pedigree of the animals it would be a unique branch, […]
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Vastu Sangrahalaya The capital city of Maharashtra, Mumbai is a famous city worldwide. The city houses a decent number of tourist destinations which are of varied genres ranging from historical places, cultural hubs and educational destinations to paces having abundance of natural beauty. Since, the city envelopes this amount of history […]
Last week I spend pretty much all of my Friday afternoon (it was a bank holiday I wasn’t slacking at work) writing a letter to my local MP regarding Climate Change. Taking inspiration from the Exctinction Rebellion protestors in London and becoming increasingly annoyed with the amount of litter in my community I sat down […]
In recent years, museums have been implementing 3D printing technologies to preserve cultural heritage and heighten the museum experience. 3D technologies provide curators, researchers, and scientists with the tools to restore historical artifacts, accurately capture artifact details, and digitally preserve resources. This technology has become more affordable and easy-to-use, making it more accessible and popular […]
Shalenah Ivey is a recent graduate of Florida International University and its Honors College as of Spring 2019. While a student, she majored in Art History, minored in Spanish Language and Cultures, and completed a certificate in Film Studies. Her passions in life are art in its many forms, the written word, and the understanding […]