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Children huddle together for warmth in the sewers of Kiev, trusting no one, but two American women who give hope to the hopeless.... posted on May 23 2002, 556 reads

 


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Every person in the United States receives junk mail that represents the equivalent of one and a half trees a year. Source: Environmental Systems of America
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As a child in Singapore, William Tan had to be carried around on someone's back. Having lost his legs to polio, and too poor to afford a wheelchair, he built up a determination to conquer this disease. Now, a student at Harvard, William is in a race to save children from polio.... posted on Apr 26 2002, 541 reads

 


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A Canadian couple is spending their honeymoon -- make that honeymoons -- traveling around the world, getting married. Kiran Pal and Geoff Pross have been through eight wedding ceremonies at last count, including Aboriginal nuptials in Australia, a Shinto ceremony in Japan, a Buddhist wedding in Thailand, and a Celtic wedding feast in Ireland. They've chronicled their 11-month journey on a Web s... posted on Mar 27 2002, 1,599 reads

 


Ryan listened as his teacher explained that villagers in Uganda were drinking bad water and could have a well with clean, running water for only seventy dollars. As a six year old, this was a lot of money, but he was determined and not only raised the seventy, but half a million and still growing. ... posted on Mar 19 2002, 530 reads

 


The world of nature is so small and interdependent that a butterfly flapping its wings in the Amazon rainforest can generate a violent storm on the other side of the earth. Physicists call this the "Butterfly Effect."... posted on Mar 15 2002, 1,756 reads

 

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