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15 Feb 19
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Flatyz candles are handmade, unscented candles that are as stylish as they are unique. These candles are less than 1cm thick, have two wicks and each design is hand painted. Flatyz Twin Wick flat candles make a great gift. Twin Wick and high quality wax ensure they burn evenly and cleanly. The included fold up […]

15 Feb 19
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians

Job Classification:     Regular Full-time Location:                     Transfer Station Supervisor:                Transfer Station Manager Salary:                         $16.00/ph Opening Date             February 15, 2019 Closing Date:              March 4, 2019 Duties and Responsibilities: Load inspection-ensure incoming loads are not carrying hazardous wastes or other non-acceptable wastes. Ensure loads are separated, white goods, metals, and construction wastes. Operating and maintaining transfer station equipment, […]

15 Feb 19

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15 Feb 19
The Alchemist R&D

When the Moon enters a zodiac sign it adds instinctive reaction, unconscious predestination, sensitivity, emotions, intuition, imagination and emotional depth to influences that are at play; when the Sun enters a zodiac sign it adds vitality, individuality, will-power, creative energy and inspirational action to the influences at play; both affect the energy of our daily […]

15 Feb 19

“The wrath of God is … against those… who suppress the truth in unrighteousness.” – Romans 1:18 Switzerland has just become the first country to ban the boiling of lobsters, or tearing off of their limbs, while alive. The United Kingdom is soon to follow. Why? Professor Robert Elwood explains: “Animals that show responses consistent […]

15 Feb 19
FortNite FTW

My suggestion on how to improve fortnite. This is mostly going to be my opinion and NO ONE else has EVER suggested these, oh wait. First person mode: You've already got it in save the world, just port it over and add hands, it's that easy. This would be great because we all know how […]

15 Feb 19
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15 Feb 19
Double Issue In this installment of Double Issue; Daniel spins yarns from the cuttingroom floor rejects. Story bits that were chopped and thrown away. Also a brand new story that never found it’s place before. This and lots of side tangents in this week’s audio adventure.   Next week, join Daniel as he explores some world […]

14 Feb 19
Tristan's Work

I wrote this article for my English Language GCSE. It was the first ‘proper’ piece of writing I’d had marked; I had only just entered formal education after being home educated previously. Having not quite mastered the art of punctuation, it wasn’t always tremendously clear what I was trying to do. The statistics were all […]

14 Feb 19

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14 Feb 19
Noah's AP Language and Composition S2 Portfolio

Welcome to the kickoff of my biorenewable resources blog! This blog is intended for my friends and family to gain insight into what I study and why it matters to them. In fact, this content matters to everyone! Today I hope to overview the relationship between consumption, resources, and the environment by highlighting topics that […]

14 Feb 19
Stories From Aztlán

“I’m telling you homie, it just came out of the ground. Like a little river.” says Ghost, a young hood from the Locos 13 gang in Southern California. He seems to be somewhat nervous, even anxious and paces back and forth. Rafa, another young Latino hood from the other side of the nation quickly responds […]

14 Feb 19
The Gaming Musings of a Mad GM

[So by this point the players have levelled up and spent a copious amount of backlogged XP earned in the game; In particular, Suðri has invested heavily in his dwarven paladin armor as a source for Modular Abilities (physical only) that are little constructs of his metal hide. A few moments of focus and he […]

14 Feb 19
The Willits News
The magnetic North Pole is on the move. Scientists calculate that the magnetic pole is shifting from Canada toward Siberia at the current rate of about 50 km (30 miles) a year. The documented increase in the speed of the shift, occurring over the past four decades, means that compasses are losing about a degree in accuracy every five years. In 2018 the north magnetic pole crossed the International Date Line, causing concern among European and American militaries because their navigation systems rely on the World Magnetic Model (WMM), which tracks Earth’s magnetic field. Commercial airlines, shipping navigation, Google Maps, and smartphone GPS apps also rely on the WMM to help pilots and users pinpoint their locations on the globe. So, what is happening to cause the magnetic pole to move toward Russia? As you may remember from science class, the earth’s outer core is liquid, being largely composed of heavy metals, mostly iron and nickel, which swirl around in the planet’s outer core forming a great magnet some 1,800 miles beneath the surface. The resultant magnetic field surrounds and protects the planet; and is what makes life possible, because the magnetic field deflects solar radiation and deadly solar winds, that would otherwise strip Earth of its oceans and atmosphere. For hundreds of years, the north magnetic pole drifted around slowly under Canada, but in the past 40 years the magnetic pole’s speed and direction have changed. Some scientists think it’s related to another geologic event called a geomagnetic pulse, which occurred under South America in 2016. Other scientists suspect it may be related to a stream of high-speed liquid iron flowing beneath Canada. Just as there are deep ocean currents that affect climate, and upwell nutrients which support marine life (Humboldt current), there are analogous currents of unimaginable power deep within the earth’s liquid outer core. Immense gravitational pressure keeps the inner core solid, but the fluid outer core is the engine which powers plate tectonics, shaping the continents. Some scientists speculate that these shifts may herald the reversal of the planet’s polarity, which historically has “flipped” poles about every 400,000 years, proven by determining the age of ancient magnetized rock. Geologists say the last “flip” (whereby all compasses invert and point south instead of north) occurred about 780,000 years ago. But, not to worry,  Jeffrey Love of the U.S. Geological Survey says these magnet pole reversals typically take around 10,000 years. So it’s unlikely that a cataclysmic “end of the world” moment will occur when that happens. Scientists don’t know what effect, if any, the shifting polarity would have on animal migration. How birds, turtles, and other creatures “navigate” to the place of their birth in order to reproduce is still unexplained. Since Mother Nature has dealt successfully with “flipping” polarity in the past, I’m betting that the animal kingdom will adapt, with or without a scientific explanation? Anyway, science has gone out of style lately, at least in politics? Since the EPA was dismantled by the current administration, including sidelining nearly two hundred EPA scientists, the EPA’s deregulatory agenda has reversed or weakened at least 26 environmental regulations issued during the Obama administration. (Bloomberg) Including weakening federal rules regulating coal ash waste from power plants, proposing repeal of the 2015 Clean Water Rule, delaying by two years the rule regulating toxic discharges from power plants into public waterways, overturning two programs that limit children’s exposure to lead paint, even reversing rules which require polluters to be financially responsible for cleaning up their messes. Am I naive, or is access to clean drinking water no longer a human right? Since the American public has been hoodwinked into preferring their drinking water bottled and monetized, clean water and clean air are seemingly no longer an American birthright? Taking the longer view, as human kind continues to degrade and foul the planet’s air and water, driven by the relentless natural resource demands of nearly eight billion humans, Mother nature doesn’t care if the human species survives or not. Jeff Konicek is a retired educator and bonsai expert living in Laytonville.
14 Feb 19
Raleigh Nature

Raleigh Swamp is a prominent, even dramatic feature of the Raleigh Greenway at the intersection of Crabtree Boulevard and Raleigh Boulevard, joining Buckeye Trail to Middle Crabtree Trail and crossing a large shallow body of water with a causeway. The water was never intended to be permanent, but a wetland was turned into a shallow […]

14 Feb 19
Yasmine's Writing Corner

In an article written by S.E. Smith on Vox, the author counters the argument that a ban on single-use plastic straws is a sustainable solution for plastic waste reduction. Smith directs his narrative at those who he considers “progressives,” particularly environmentalist progressives. To establish the context and background for the uproar about plastic straws, Smith draws […]

14 Feb 19

Galactic Renegades

January 2,  59년 One positive result of the whole ordeal was that Bugsy managed to clamp the tracking device onto the hovercraft. In the commotion, he crawled up to the craft without being noticed and hid under its belly until it took off again. We already had a read on the captors’ location. It turned […]