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This is the ideal penis size to make women climax: survey 

 

Bigger is better — to a point.

NY Post

Tags: Anatomy, Men, Nature, Science, Sex, Statistics, Success, Women

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03-Jul-2020


Couple Married for 53 Years Hold Hands as They Die of Coronavirus on the Same Day 

 

A couple who were married for more than half a century reportedly succumbed to coronavirus complications on the same day in Texas.

According to CNN, Betty and Curtis Tarpley, 80 and 79, died within an hour of each other on June 18 and held hands during their final minutes together.

The couple's son, Tim Tarpley, told the network that Betty showed symptoms of the deadly disease just before she was taken to Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth on June 9. Curtis was admitted to the same hospital just two days later.

Tarpley said Betty phoned both him and his sister, telling them she was at peace with dying as her condition continued to decline.

"I just screamed, 'No!' I was like, 'I've got too much, too many other things to do in this life that I want to show you, and I'm not ready,'" he recalled to CNN.

People

America's dad Tom Hanks is very disappointed in you for not wearing a face mask in public

Controversy Brews Over D.C. Socialite's Backyard Party After Guests Reportedly Get COVID-19

Groom dies after infecting over 100 wedding guests with coronavirus in India

Cold Stone Employee Fired After Woman Says Kids Were Discriminated Against for Not Wearing Masks

India coronavirus: Official asked to wear mask assaults female worker

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Death, Environmentalist, Family, Health, Lifestyle, Love, Medical, Nature, Parties, Privilege, Racism, Respect, Saving The Environment!, Seniors, Social Distancing, Support, World

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01-Jul-2020


National parks are being overrun by invasive species 

 

Wearing headlamps and muck boots, the band of volunteer conservationists trudges into dark forests in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and surrounding communities, turning over leaves and shining lights on tree trunks. Their quarry is a tiny frog called the coqui. No bigger than a quarter, the coqui makes an ear-splitting call as loud as a lawn mower: Ko-kee! Ko-kee! It takes special know-how and fortitude to home in on a frog in a blackened forest ringing with frog calls. But the coquistodores are efficient cutthroats. When they find a coqui, they catch it, and drench it in citric acid, killing it.

MSN

Tags: Animals, Ecology, Effect, Environment, Fucking The Environment!, Interference, Nature, Science, Study, Survival, Terraforming, Threat

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27-Jun-2020


Picky eating linked to demanding parents who limit foods, study says 

 

Frustrated with your child's picky eating? If you're trying to fix the problem by becoming the food police, you're probably making your child's habit of picky eating worse, according to a new study that followed more than 300 parent-and-child pairs for five years.

The study found no difference among children due to socioeconomic demographics, but did find higher rates of picky eating among children who had problems regulating their emotions. Those children were more prone to exaggerated changes in mood with possible heightened irritability or temper.

One of the best practices for parents dealing with picky eaters is to expose your child to the food multiple times, experts said, and always without stress.

CNN

Tags: Advice, Children, Choices, Discipline, Etiquette, Food, Mental Health, Nature, Parenting, Responsibility, Science, Study, Training

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26-May-2020


Planting Trees Won’t Stop Climate Change 

 

Not only are planted trees not the carbon sinks you want, but tree planting frequently ends up doing more harm than good.

Humans have long believed that planting trees, any kind of tree, anywhere, is good, something Mother Nature cries out for, something that might even solve our climate crisis. Tree-planting initiatives proliferate: the Bonn Challenge, Trees for the Future, Trees Forever, the 10 Billion Tree Tsunami, Plant a Billion Trees, 8 Billion Trees, the Trillion Tree Campaign, the One Trillion Trees Initiative, to mention just a few.

But such slapdash planting is an American tradition. In 1876, possibly inspired by Arbor Day, a man named Ellwood Cooper sought to improve his 2,000-acre, mostly treeless ranch near Santa Barbara, California, with 50,000 eucalyptus seedlings. They shot up 40 feet in just three years, an unheard-of growth rate for which they became known as “miracle trees.” Eucalyptus trees are not native to California.

Shortly thereafter, the University of California and the state Department of Forestry distributed free eucs for everyone to plant. Prairies, chaparral, and cutover forestland were jammed full of these aliens. One hundred years after the first Arbor Day, 271,800 acres of eucalyptus had been planted in the U.S., 197,700 of them in California.

When I inserted my arm into euc leaf and bark litter in Bolinas, California, I couldn’t touch the bottom. That’s because the microbes and insects that eat it are in Australia, not California. Native plant communities can’t survive in these plantations because eucs kill competition with their own herbicide, creating what botanists call “eucalyptus desolation.” Eucs evolved with fire and prosper from it. Their tops don’t just burn; they explode. Living near them is like living beside a gasoline refinery staffed by chain smokers.

But eucs remain popular in California. They’re still being planted. And agencies seeking to protect the public and recover native ecosystems by razing eucs inevitably face the fury of eucalyptus lovers who have, for example, accused them of being “plant Nazis.”

Slate

Tags: Awareness, Contamination, Environment, Etiquette, Nature, Science, Terraforming, Trees

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25-May-2020


CDC tracks cluster of coronavirus cases in rural Arkansas to church, raising alarm on religious gatherings 
 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracked a cluster of coronavirus cases in rural Arkansas back to a church pastor and his wife, indicating that faith-based organizations and events could be sources of Covid-19 transmission, according to a new study published Tuesday.

“This outbreak highlights the potential for widespread transmission of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, both at group gatherings during church events and within the broader community,” the researchers wrote. “Faith-based organizations that are operating or planning to resume in-person operations, including regular services, funerals, or other events, should be aware of the potential for high rates of transmission of SARS-CoV-2.”

CNBC

Possible coronavirus-linked inflammatory illness in kids identified in Virginia for first time: officials

Texas church cancels masses following death of a possibly Covid-19 positive priest

NYPD shuts down a Yeshiva school in session in Brooklyn

Tags: Children, Church, Clergy, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Death, Education, Enforce, Environment, Health, Illness, Leaders, Lifestyle, Nature, Police, Safety, Science, Social Distancing

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19-May-2020


Deadly rabbit disease found in Palm Springs; 1st-time disease is found in CA 

 

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that a rabbit found dead in Palm Springs tested positive for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease. The disease does not affect humans or other animals, but it is highly contagious and often lethal to both wild and domestic rabbits

It's the first time the disease has been ever been found in California, according to CDFW officials.

Officials say they found the black-tailed jackrabbit among 10 other dead rabbits at a property in Palm Springs.

Officials worry that the disease could significantly impact wild rabbit populations in California, particularly endangered species, as all rabbit, jackrabbit, hare and pika species are likely susceptible.

"Unfortunately, we may also see impacts to species that depend on rabbits for food, as rabbits are a common prey species for many predators," said CDFW Senior Wildlife Veterinarian Deana Clifford.

KESQ

Tags: Animals, Death, Disease, Environment, Extinction, Health, Nature, Survival, Terraforming

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14-May-2020


The Pandemic Is Bringing Back Single-Use Plastics In a Huge Way 

 

One winner in the coronavirus pandemic: single-use plastic.

Just a few weeks ago, states were implementing sweeping plastic bag bans and limiting the availability of plastic straws. But as the virus has spread through the U.S., states are rolling back their plastic bag bans, stores are banning the use of reusable shopping bags, and restaurants are turning to single-use utensils to reopen in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

San Francisco, the very first city to introduce a bag ban way back in 2007, told its residents not to bring reusable bags to grocery stores. The entire state of California, one of the first to implement a statewide plastic bag ban, is allowing grocery stores to use them for a period of 60 days. Oregon has also placed its plastic bag ban on pause during the pandemic. And in New York, where a plastic bag ban just went into effect in March, enforcement of it won’t start until at least June.

Vice

Tags: Backlash, Environment, Nature, No Saving The Environment, Plastic, Safety, Terraforming

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09-May-2020


VIDEO OF GIANT HORNET ATTACKING MOUSE EMERGES FOLLOWING REPORTS OF 'MURDER' SPECIES IN U.S. 

 

A video of a giant hornet attacking a mouse has emerged following news a "murder" species has invaded the U.S.

In the clip, the hornet pursues the mouse for roughly a minute, remaining attached as the mouse attempts to bat it off. The mouse gets weaker and eventually gives up. At which point the hornet flies off and the mouse lies still breathing heavily.

Newsweek

NY Times

Tags: Animals, Attack, Environment, Hostility, Nature, Survival, Terraforming, Threat, Video, Warning, World

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07-May-2020


Coronavirus Is Helping the Environment—That's Not A Good Thing 

 

Without a doubt, quarantining is yielding environmental improvements. Driving and flying have dropped considerably. According to satellite imagery from NASA, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, and other emissions are down. The canals in Venice are cleaner, and people in certain parts of India can see the peaks of the Himalayas for the first time in years.

These environmental benefits certainly sound encouraging. But they raise the question: At what cost?

Millions of people are stuck at home worrying about their finances. Small business owners are wondering if and when they’ll be able to reopen their doors—and pay their workers.

Schools have closed for the year. College and high school graduations are canceled. Anxiety and isolation have replaced many of our most basic activities.

National Interest

Tags: Environment, Health, Nature, Perception, Policy, Politics, Poverty, Privilege, Science, Unity, World

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27-Apr-2020


Fear of coronavirus drives poison center calls up 20% as Americans go overboard on cleaning products, the CDC says 

 

The fear of getting the coronavirus appears to have helped drive a 20% increase in U.S. poison center calls over the last three months as more Americans suffered from potentially toxic exposure to chemicals in cleaning and disinfectant products, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday.

U.S. poison centers received 45,550 exposure calls related to cleaners and disinfectants from January through March, a 20.4% increase from a year ago and a 16.4% increase from the same three months in 2018, according to a new CDC report published Monday, using data from the National Poison Data System.

CNBC

Tags: Clean, Coronavirus, Environment, Health, Injury, Nature, Poison, Product, Safety

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20-Apr-2020


Bronx Zoo tiger tests positive for coronavirus 

 

The coronavirus is infecting New Yorkers of all stripes.

A 4-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for the COVID-19 bug after developing a dry cough, the Wildlife Conservation Society said in a statement Sunday.

“Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo, has tested positive for COVID-19. She, her sister Azul, two Amur tigers, and three African lions had developed a dry cough and all are expected to recover,” the statement read.
The diagnosis was confirmed by USDA’s National Veterinary Services Laboratory in Iowa “out of an abundance of caution,” the society said.

The big cats are on the mend, the WCS said.

NY Post

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TV writer says doctors have ‘no doubt’ he had coronavirus despite negative tests

Patrick Jones Wanted a Second Chance. He Got Coronavirus.

South Dakota lawmaker dies of coronavirus

Yet another attendee to the infamous Miami beach Winter Party – this time a gay nurse – is seriously ill from coronavirus

Neil Young’s Fireside Sessions Delayed After Daryl Hannah Falls Ill

Tags: Animals, Coronavirus, Death, Entertainment, Environment, Family, Illness, Leaders, Nature, Portrait, Prison, Safety, Test

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05-Apr-2020


This Parasitic Worm Is Thriving in Nature, but May Affect Your Sushi Dinner 

 

For parasitic worms of the genus Anisakis, life typically goes like this: after floating through the ocean in an egg, they hatch as wriggling larvae with a peculiar desire—to be eaten. Small crustaceans like krill gobble up the larvae, and those infested krill are then eaten by squid or small fish, which are devoured by bigger fish until they finally earn their nickname, whale worms, and end up in the bellies of whales or dolphins where they complete their life cycle by laying eggs that are subsequently ejected in the hosts’ feces.

But sometimes, those big fish full of the worms—like salmon or herring—get intercepted by fishers and end up in markets. Although fish suppliers and sushi chefs diligently remove parasite-infected fish from their wares, occasionally one of those little buggers may wind up in your sushi roll.

Now, new research finds the global population of those parasitic worms, commonly found in sushi and other kinds of uncooked fish, has exploded in recent decades. The worms are 283-times more common than they were roughly 40 years ago, according to a new paper published in Global Change Biology.

Smithsonian Magazine

Tags: Clean, Environment, Fish, Food, Nature, Parasite, Safety, Survival, Terraforming, Warning

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03-Apr-2020


‘Shoot them dead,’ Philippine’s Duterte warns coronavirus lockdown violators 

 

In a televised address, Duterte said it was vital everyone cooperates and follows home quarantine measures, as authorities try to slow the coronavirus contagion and spare the country's fragile health system from being overwhelmed.

The Philippines has recorded 96 coronavirus deaths and 2,311 confirmed cases, all but three in the past three weeks, with infections now being reported in the hundreds every day.

"It is getting worse. So once again I'm telling you the seriousness of the problem and that you must listen," Duterte said late on Wednesday.

"My orders to the police and military ... if there is trouble and there's an occasion that they fight back and your lives are in danger, shoot them dead."

"Is that understood? Dead. Instead of causing trouble, I will bury you."

France24

New York City murders rise from one to five in a week and burglaries increase 18% as overall crime drops during the coronavirus lockdown and residents report more minor incidents

Here's a look at what states are exempting religious gatherings from stay at home orders

MAN JAILED FOR SIX MONTHS AFTER STEALING MASKS AND HAND SANITIZER FROM AMBULANCE

Gay personal trainer epically shuts down guys on Grindr who’re begging to use his gym during coronavirus crisis

99-year-old in New Jersey charged after attending party during state ban on gatherings

Staff Said The Free Mask Kits At Jo-Ann Fabrics Are Just Scraps From The Clearance Bin

Trisha Paytas spreads more misinformation about the coronavirus in a new video, saying it's just 'the flu' and young people can't catch it

Regina police chief promotes new tip line for public health order violations

Tags: Arrest, Business, Church, Coronavirus, Covidiots, Crime, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Gym, Health, Helpline, Interference, Leaders, LGBTQ, Military, Nature, Order, Police, Policy, Politics, Punishment, Quarantine, Religion, Safety, Saving The Environment!, Self Interest, Sex, Statistics, Surge, Survival, Theft, Threat, Video, World

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02-Apr-2020


Study Reveals Gay and Bi Individuals Are 23% More Likely to Masturbate Weekly Than Their Heterosexual Counterparts 

 

The results of a major study exploring the masturbation habits of men and women around the world have just been revealed. Sexual pleasure brand TENGA, in conjunction with pollsters PSB, conducted the masturbation study and polled 13,000 men and women, aged 18 to 74, in 18 countries. This included the United States, India, United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, Russia and Germany.

It identified a handful of differences between LGB people and straight people. These include gay/bi people saying they started masturbating, on average at age 13, compared with 15 for heterosexuals.

Some major takeaways from that study included:

Globally, on average, 78% of people masturbate. This figure tends to be higher for men than women.

The top 5 male celebrities American fantasize about while masturbating are: ..., ..., Chris Hemsworth, ... and ...

Hornet

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Etiquette, Masturbation, Mental Health, Nature, Psychology, Statistics, Treatment, World

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02-Apr-2020




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