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Proving that there are still all sorts of exciting discoveries to be made, scientists have identified eleven previously unknown planets, one of which has the potential to support life.... posted on Aug 07 2001, 268 reads

 


Greenpeace activists set up shop in a "guerrilla garage" in an abandoned building in London and started giving away free tanks of petrol to astonished motorists. The fuel wasn't gas; it was bio-diesel fuel made from crops. Greenpeace spokesperson Matthew Spence explained the giveaway was intended to drive home the point that "we can switch to green fuels right now and make a huge reduction in the ... posted on Aug 06 2001, 375 reads

 


Remember when it seemed like the Soviet Union and the United States were on the verge of nuclear Armageddon? Well, things have changed: now we're sharing power peacefully - at least in space. The US and Russia celebrate the return of the space shuttle Discovery's first crew. ... posted on Aug 05 2001, 257 reads

 


A Harvard Medical School Study of 1,623 heart attack survivors found that when subjects became angry during emotional conflicts, their risk of subsequent heart attacks was more than double that those that remained calm.... posted on Aug 04 2001, 218 reads

 


More than just a pretty face, Models with Conscience (MWC) "operates on the premise that models are irresistibly radiant when their conscience is clear." Members of MWC won't wear fur and refuse to promote products that involve animal testing. Instead, they actively promote cruelty-free cosmetics, fragrances and hair-care products. Founded by model Heather Chase, MWC also donates a portion of i... posted on Aug 03 2001, 487 reads

 


Being the class valedictorian is notable for anyone. Then there's Lee Alderman, a student with autism, graduating at the top of his class in the nation's capital.... posted on Aug 02 2001, 200 reads

 


Three dozen middle-aged rebels in business suits are gathered for lunch in a conference room on the top floor of the LaSalle Bank building in Chicago. They have come for sandwiches, and for spiritual sustenance, and before long they are floating radical ideas: Work less. Slow down. Stop multitasking. Listen to your heart. ... posted on Aug 01 2001, 529 reads

 


Did you know that 200 residents of the planet Earth have amassed a combined wealth of more than $1 trillion, while 100 million children are living on the streets? The UN's Human Development Index (HDI) reports that 1.2 billion people get by on less than a dollar a day. While the US has the world's highest gross national product, it also has high levels of illiteracy and the highest poverty rate ... posted on Jul 31 2001, 294 reads

 


Having been cut off from pesticides and other farming supplies, Cuban farmers have made the most of their situation and now lead the world in organic farming. ... posted on Jul 30 2001, 183 reads

 


Known as "the hugging saint," Ammachi, from Southern India, spends 15 hours a day spreading love and compassion through her hugs. For the past thirty years, crowds have lined up daily to experience her warm embrace. To this day, it is reported she has hugged over 20 million times.... posted on Jul 29 2001, 275 reads

 

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