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The Volcano That Grew Out Of A Cornfield

The Volcano That Grew Out Of A Cornfield

Rarely do volcanologist get to watch the birth, growth, and death of a volcano. Paricutin provided such an opportunity. Paricutin is a cinder cone volcano located in the state of Michoacan, in Mexico, close to a lava-covered village of the same name. The volcano erupted […]

Akala Expanding Your View

Akala Expanding Your View

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUtAxUQjwB4
You are a commodity to those in power.

You are a commodity to those in power.

You are a commodity to those in power. You are worthless to them. That is why they are developing AI and robots, so they can be rid of you and your complaining. Remember the past and how your treated your ancestors.

Flor Amargo “La Sandunga”

Flor Amargo “La Sandunga”

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first world war

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first world war

Today on the Western Front,” the German sociologist Max Weber wrote in September 1917, there “stands a dross of African and Asiatic savages and all the world’s rabble of thieves and lumpens.” Weber was referring to the millions of Indian, African, Arab, Chinese and Vietnamese […]

The Goose and The Golden Egg

The Goose and The Golden Egg

A male elephant’s tusks are bigger and heavier than those of a female of the same age, says Poole, who serves as scientific director of a nonprofit called ElephantVoices. “But once there’s been heavy poaching pressure on a population, then the poachers start to focus on the older females as well,” she explains. “Over time, with the older age population, you start to get this really higher proportion of tuskless females.”

This tuskless trend isn’t limited to Mozambique, either. Other countries with a history of substantial ivory poaching also see similar shifts among female survivors and their daughters. In South Africa, the effect has been particularly extreme—fully 98 percent of the 174 females in Addo Elephant National Park were reportedly tuskless in the early 2000s.

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