Soil Conservation Basics, Part 1

Find Out More About: Vpp Providers By Nicole Paluszek Earth, soil, dirt, whatever you prefer to call it, it’s as essential to life as air and water. Without healthy soil, no healthy food can grow. Yet due to various modern cultural practices this priceless resource is getting lost or destroyed at a frightening rate. Luckily,…

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Snow hits southern parts of Norway

Friday, February 23, 2007 This article features in a News Brief from Audio Wikinews: A major snowfall has disrupted transport in Norway this week. Several roads and all railway services have been reported as closed due to the heavy snowfall, and meteorologists have recommended that people try to stay at home if possible. Snow storms…

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Infrared technology enables recovery of lost classical writings

Wednesday, April 20, 2005 Papyrologists at Oxford University in England last week reported major literary finds in examining old fragments of papyrus with a new technique: multi-spectral imaging (MSI). The fragments were unearthed near the buried town of Oxyrhynchus, Egypt in a major archaeological find a century ago. Many of the fragments were unable to…

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Category:Health

This is the category for Health. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 30 April 2021: Arizona bans abortion for genetic abnormalities 18 April 2021: India records 14 millionth case of COVID-19 amid new surge in infections 13 April 2021: French Prime Minister announces suspension of all flights to, from Brazil over coronavirus variant…

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Surgeons reattach boy’s three severed limbs

Tuesday, March 29, 2005A team of Australian surgeons yesterday reattached both hands and one foot to 10-year-old Perth boy, Terry Vo, after a brick wall which collapsed during a game of basketball fell on him, severing the limbs. The wall gave way while Terry performed a slam-dunk, during a game at a friend’s birthday party.…

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Civilians killed in U.S. raid near Balad

Friday, March 17, 2006 A U.S. raid near Balad on Wednesday resulted in the deaths of between nine and 13 civilians. An Associated Press photographer recorded pictures of the bodies of two men, five children, and four covered corpses reported to be women. The victims had bits of rubble tangled in their hair and were…