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Message 2131774 - Posted: 25 Jan 2024, 15:24:19 UTC

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The eyes have it: 100 of the world’s cutest photos – as chosen by readers


There is great beauty in our world:

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Message 2132241 - Posted: 7 Feb 2024, 9:26:31 UTC

It may not help the miners, but it's always good news when coal mines get closed and more so when you get a 2 in 1 hit. Most especially 1's that border 2 water catchments and are surrounded by national parks.

Russell Vale mine closure leads to calls for Illawarra workers to be given better re-employment options.

....Last month, the mine was issued with a prohibition order by the New South Wales Resources Regulator that stopped work at the site after five underground fires../quote]We certainly don't need any coal fires going on under our national parks.

[quote]..The workers said the managers told them the owners did not want to put any more money into the operation and because of the "ongoing regulatory risk and lack of support" it was closing Russell Vale and the company's other mine at Wongawilli...
And we certainly don't need their polluted water running into national parks and then into our water catchments.

..More than 200 workers were understood to have lost their jobs because of the closure....
Meanwhile these workers should've seen the writing on the wall for a few years now with all the damage and problems that they've been causing over the decades.
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Message 2133545 - Posted: 7 Mar 2024, 15:49:57 UTC

What a beautiful idea!


Can A Cosmic Perspective Ease Our Political Tensions? Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains


How to bring all viewpoints together, even in the world of politics!

Enjoy beautiful ideas and togetherness...


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Message 2133979 - Posted: 17 Mar 2024, 3:59:54 UTC

FARMINGTON, Mo. - Six sisters are trying to set a World Record.
There are six Overall sisters; four of them live in Farmington, one in Columbia and one in Ohio. Their combined age is 570 years and 43 days. They think they hold the record for the longest-living six siblings.

The sisters made videos about their birthdates and ages to submit to the Guinness World Record committee.

One sibling, the other brother, Stanley, was killed at the age of 81 while riding his bicycle. Stanley would now be 102 years old
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Message 2134064 - Posted: 20 Mar 2024, 0:16:51 UTC

Artfully Brilliant!


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Banksy artwork creates urban tree debate...



Quite a surprise to see the final result.

Beautifully Excellent!


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Message 2134225 - Posted: 24 Mar 2024, 16:14:29 UTC

Earth Hour around the World:


Earth Hour 2024 – in pictures
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Major landmarks, businesses and households in cities around the world turned their lights off for one hour at 8.30pm local time on Saturday 23 March to raise awareness of the climate crisis and show support for renewable energy...



Enjoy a whole New World!

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Message 2134388 - Posted: 29 Mar 2024, 19:21:29 UTC
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Positively going out to pasture:


‘Enormously exciting’: farm to create biggest natural grassland in southern England
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Lower Pertwood in Wiltshire... [on] rolling hills south of Salisbury Plain...

... The 2,800-acre arable farm begins its transformation this spring into the biggest grassland rewilding project in southern England, in an attempt to restore declining plants, insects and endangered species including cuckoos, grasshopper warblers and turtle doves...



That make beautiful good sense all year round!

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Message 2135698 - Posted: 10 May 2024, 15:54:06 UTC

Being Excellent to all, we have:


Adder girl! Tunnels aim to encourage British snakes to mix and breed
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Trust builds passes under road bisecting Berkshire commons...

... How did the adder cross the road? It didn’t – it was too scared.

Now, however, road-shy populations of the increasingly endangered snake are being given a helping hand with the construction of Britain’s first adder tunnels.

The two tunnels, which run beneath a road bisecting Greenham and Crookham Commons in Berkshire, have been designed to appeal to the heat-seeking reptiles...




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Message 2135699 - Posted: 10 May 2024, 15:55:32 UTC

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The 2024 Comedy Pet Photo awards – in pictures


Week in wildlife – in pictures: an eel gets a shock, bees take Manhattan and a possum on the pitch




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