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For the first time in our history, an AIDS vaccine has been put to the final test, to see if it works. In a few weeks, we will know the outcome of AIDSVAX.... posted on Jan 02 2003, 592 reads

 


Brazilian photographer Sebastio Salgado believes that an image can inform and transform; and he's travlled to five continents to show how. Fast action photography is easy these days but Salgado captures the slower, more decisive motions that produce millions of refugees in Africa, Asia and the Balkans or the millions that move to packed cities of Asia and Latin America due to lack of work ... a p... posted on Dec 28 2002, 562 reads

 


Bill Beaty says he can eliminate traffic jams without investing a dime and all it takes is one person! Rather than driving up to a traffic jam and stopping, leave space ahead of your car so that by the time you reach the jammed traffic the cars are moving. ... posted on Dec 20 2002, 1,233 reads

 


While on a teaching and trekking expedition, Dr. Irvine-Halliday had an idea -- to light up rural homes without electricity. He invented White Light Emitting Diodes (WLED) which are powered by energy-renewable water mills, solar panels, wind and water turbines and pedal generators.... posted on Dec 12 2002, 570 reads

 


A study by researchers at Stanford University shows that elephants are able to sense messages up to 20 miles away from other elephants stomping their feet. ... posted on Aug 28 2002, 861 reads

 


Is it OK to declaw cats? Can fish feel pain? What’s wrong with wool? Meet the "Dear Abby" of animal-kindness questions, PETA’s “kindness consultant,” Carla Bennett.... posted on Jun 21 2002, 471 reads

 


In the small town of Summerset West, near Cape Town, South Africa, Roseline Grobler looks after 180 orphans — orphaned monkeys, that is.... posted on Apr 30 2002, 591 reads

 


The Kiwi, national bird of New Zealand, can't fly, lives in a hole in the ground, is almost blind and lays only one egg each year. Yet it has survived for 70 million years. (Source: San Diego Zoo)... posted on Apr 03 2002, 419 reads

 

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