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  3. jimnapier:

Human Cities: How We Mapped People’s Movement Habits Around the World http://jnapier.us/1rijDCZ via @humandotco

Human Cities

    jimnapier:

    Human Cities: How We Mapped People’s Movement Habits Around the World http://jnapier.us/1rijDCZ via @humandotco

    Human Cities

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  4. So began the longest marketing campaign in history, with the early water lilies and magnolias the first plants to evolve petals, conspicuously white against the forests of green. The first pollinators may have been beetles, which many water lilies still rely on to this day. With this new reliable means of pollination, insect-pollinated plants became enormously successful and diversified. Different plants now began vying with one another for insect attention, evolving bright colors, patterns and elaborate shapes, and the land became clothed in flowers.

    A brief history of how bees sexed up Earth and gave flowers their colors 

    (via explore-blog)

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  6. #TallerFranqui bastones de herencia (at Museo de Historia, Antropología y Arte)

    #TallerFranqui bastones de herencia (at Museo de Historia, Antropología y Arte)

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  7. Want to Change the World? Read This First
andrea, commondreams.org
Richard HeinbergPhoto: sashamd/flickrHistory is often made by strong personalities wielding bold new political, economic, or religious doctrines. Yet any serious effort to understand how and why societies change requires examination not just of…

How to change the world!

    Want to Change the World? Read This First
    andrea, commondreams.org

    Richard HeinbergPhoto: sashamd/flickrHistory is often made by strong personalities wielding bold new political, economic, or religious doctrines. Yet any serious effort to understand how and why societies change requires examination not just of…

    How to change the world!

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  8. ecowatchorg:

Save Seeds to Protect Biodiversity
The documentary SEED points out that many irreplaceable seeds are nearing extinction. The future of seeds is at risk from biotech and industrial seed companies that control seeds through genetic modification and patents.
SEE MORE:
http://ecowatch.com/2014/06/19/save-seeds-biodiversity-heirloom-garden/

Save seeds. Buy local and organic. Befriend a farmer!

    ecowatchorg:

    Save Seeds to Protect Biodiversity

    The documentary SEED points out that many irreplaceable seeds are nearing extinction. The future of seeds is at risk from biotech and industrial seed companies that control seeds through genetic modification and patents.

    SEE MORE:

    http://ecowatch.com/2014/06/19/save-seeds-biodiversity-heirloom-garden/

    Save seeds. Buy local and organic. Befriend a farmer!

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  9. 30 Breathtaking Satellite Photos That Will Change How You See Our World
Dovilas, boredpanda.com
Daily Overview is a new project that shares one satellite photo from Digital Globes a day in an attempt to change the way we see our planet Earth.The project was inspired by the Overview Effect experience, which is a cognitive shift of perspective…

    30 Breathtaking Satellite Photos That Will Change How You See Our World
    Dovilas, boredpanda.com

    Daily Overview is a new project that shares one satellite photo from Digital Globes a day in an attempt to change the way we see our planet Earth.The project was inspired by the Overview Effect experience, which is a cognitive shift of perspective…

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