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UK Off Grid Living  @sandjo 03/06/22 Author: Alex Rejba. In: The Smart Survivalist.

Basically, off grid living means to live on your own without being connected or dependent on urban infrastructures. You produce your own power, use your own water source, and maybe even grow your own food. #offgrid #survivalism

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Ukraine war: temporary glitch or tipping point?  @higgled 08/05/22 Author: Jane O‚ÄôSullivan. In: The Overpopulation Project.

The lesson from this study was that building ever-more interdependent global systems to deal with the steady increase in food demand is building a house of cards. #limitstogrowth #globalsystemsmodels

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Population in the IPCC's new mitigation report  @rasmun 06/05/22 Author: Philip Cafaro. In: The Overpopulation Project.

Globally, GDP per capita and population growth remained the strongest drivers of CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion in the last decade. #climatechange #globalwarming #population

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Paul Higgins @higgled
Replying to: @rasmun 08/05/22
Thanks for posting this site. Really interesting.

    

Badgers: what they eat and other facts  @gobote 05/05/22 Author: Helen Keating. In: The Woodland Trust.

The staple food of badgers is usually earthworms which generally make up around 80% of their diet. They can eat several hundred worms each night. #badgers

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Pond Ponderings  @gobote 05/05/22 Author: Gareth Harbottle. In: British Dragonfly Society.

2020 was a successful first summer for the pond with Common Darters emerging. 7 exuviae were found, an adult which I managed to photograph with my SLR and one in the process of emerging, hastily captured on my phone before dashing to work. #dragonflies #gardening

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Can beavers make you feel better?  @tammyw 27/04/22

Through their eco-engineering, beavers have been shown to increase biodiversity and abundance of wildlife at the landscape scale: including plants, insects, fish, amphibians, birds and mammals #beavers #uk

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John Rasmun  @rasmun

I love the Internet. In amongst the rubbish there are gems.

Sandy Johnson  @sandjo

I am a professional engineer and love art as well as the sciences. Modern politics leaves me astonished.

Paul Higgins  @higgled

I am interested in history and science but I am a Chartered Surveyor for a day job.

TammyW  @tammyw

Brit pop was best. I love dogs and walking in the coutryside. Live in London.

Gordon Obote  @gobote

History buff who wishes they could live in a finer age with modern medicine.







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