Hi again. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but now that I’ve got internet, I’m back here on a Saturday to bother you with all of the environmental news I found interesting this week. There was a lot that went on this week, what with it being World Environment Day on Monday, Canadian Environment Week, and World Oceans Day on Thursday. Outside of all of that, there were ancient birds, Macron trolling Trump, and whales in NYC. So let’s dive in! Continue reading
This is some tough love, but those life-dreams of yours are nothing, because David Attenborough is surpassing you in every way possible! You wanna be famous? You wanna be a star? You wanna be in movies? You wanna see the world? Drive nice cars? You wanna have groupies? Well too bad! SIR David Attenborough has already done laps around your meager existence. Continue reading
Does size matter? Without any scientific information to back me up, I would say yes! Just look around at the world we have created as humans! We live in ginormous buildings and McMansions. We eat footlong sandwiches and drink out of litre-sized cups. We even create landmarks like giant nickels and rocking chairs! We are obsessed with giant things! We even show affection towards the largest of animals like whales, elephants, big cats, and gorillas. But what about the smaller things in life? So today, we are shining a spotlight on the little guys, mainly the world’s smallest vertebrates! Continue reading
Everyone is scared of something, but sometimes these fears just go too far! Here’s a list of 14 of the most ridiculous fears of nature that we could find!
buy Lyrica in thailand 1.Ailurophobia- Fear of cats
Now I get that if you bumped into a lion it is appropriate to poop yourself, but 99% of the cats you come in contact with will not be able to do such damage. Continue reading
TGIF!! It’s that time of the week again where we round up some of the biggest environmental articles! So, let’s get to it!
Researchers at Festo, a German Robotics company, are looking to animals and nature to inspire the next generation of robots. More specifically, these researchers are inspired by ant colonies, butterfly swarms, and chameleon tongues. The ants provide a template for a group of smaller entities networking and communicating with each other while following orders from a higher level, the butterflies inspired a prototype of robots that can move in the air and communicate with one another to avoid collisions, and the chameleon’s sticky tongue, used to capture insects, has been reworked into a prototype robot that can grab small objects! Festo’s goal is to one day allow these robots into a factory setting.
Sometimes our furry brothers and sisters may be more related to us than we think. Here are ten animals that think they’re people: Continue reading