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Environment

This section contains articles about science, nature, medicine, anthropology, health and the human spirit.

 
 Backward Steps: The Australian Recycling ShamBackward Steps: The Australian Recycling Sham by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
The green conscience received a setback last week with revelations that the Australian recycling industry is not what it seems. The middle class sensibility here is simple and dismissive: bin it and forget about it. Place the sorted items in the appropri
 
 Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton discoveredTyrannosaurus rex skeleton discovered by The Ovi Team
August 12th; on this day in 1990, fossil hunter Susan Hendrickson discovers three huge bones jutting out of a cliff near Faith, South Dakota. They turn out to be part of the largest-ever Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered, a 65 million-year-old sp
 
 Scientists successfully use Solar Energy to turn salt water into fresh waterScientists successfully use Solar Energy to turn salt water into fresh water by Ovi Magazine Guest
Nearly 97% of all the water on earth is salt water. The typical process to remove salt is by boiling the water and capturing the steam. Desalination is expensive and energy intensive. Presently, there are more than 18,000 desalination plants across 150 co
 
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 Hydropolitics Down Under: The Failure of the Murray Darling Basin PlanHydropolitics Down Under: The Failure of the Murray Darling Basin Plan by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Water is gold to survival, the indispensable, the vast feeder for human civilization. Its absence entails certain death; its decline brings out the prospect that a civilisation might well collapse. When a water crisis is announced, panic sets in. Officia
 
 Scientists at Stanford are Turning Tesla's Global Wireless Power Grid into RealityScientists at Stanford are Turning Tesla's Global Wireless Power Grid into Reality by Ovi Magazine Guest
Scientists at Stanford University have figured out how to wirelessly transmit electricity between moving objects, overcoming previous limitations and possibly bringing Nikola Tesla's vision of a global wireless power grid closer to reality.
 
 Texas pipeline just leaked 50,000 gallons of crude oilTexas pipeline just leaked 50,000 gallons of crude oil by Ovi Magazine Guest
A crude oil pipeline spill in Bastrop County, Texas, Thursday morning released an estimated 1,200 barrels of oil - over 50,000 gallons - prompting evacuations of residents closest to the rupture.
 
 Japan to dump radioactive waste from Fukushima disaster into Pacific OceanJapan to dump radioactive waste from Fukushima disaster into Pacific Ocean by Ovi Magazine Guest
Though it is well-established that the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is a detriment to human health, wildlife and the environment, the head company responsible for the Fukushima clean-operation, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), is inten
 
 Trans-Siberian completedTrans-Siberian completed by The Ovi Team
21st July 1904; Decreed by a Czar, built by thousands of workers over a period of more than a decade, the Trans-Siberian Railway is officially completed. As you'd expect with a project of this size, complexity and scope, "officially completed" is a rel
 
 The relationship between growth and eco-system The relationship between growth and eco-system by Ovi Magazine Guest
The relationship between every growing economy and its effects on various ecosystems is a complex one. Economic growth based only on the exploitation of natural resources and ecosystem services will reduce opportunities for increasing growth and prosperit
 
 California votes to ban drug company gifts to doctorsCalifornia votes to ban drug company gifts to doctors by Ovi Magazine Guest
California Senate has voted to ban drug manufacturers from incentivizing doctors with gifts. This was accompanied by evidence that over $1.4 billion was spent last year on gifts to Californian doctors, including expensive meals and airline tickets.
 
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