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Normal Things that are Quietly Astonishing

There are some things that are an accepted part of the world but are also kind of amazing. Sometimes I like to imagine that I was born in the 19th Century and suddenly transported to the present day. I would wander around with astonishment and be truly gobsmacked at the kind of stuff going on. […]

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Ecological Footprint

Measuring our ecological footprint can give us an insight into the real cost of our lifestyles to the planet, and it isn’t pretty…

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The Circle of Compost

Food, water, and air. Three things humans can’t live without (also, mum’s lasagne). However, one third of all food is thrown away (Source). In fact, if food waste were a country, all the emissions from rotting food would place it as the third biggest polluter globally. That’s just food alone, but there’s something you can do. […]

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Natural Organic Soap

Everyone uses soap. *Thinks of little brother* Well, almost everyone, but did you know you can make it yourself? And it’s so relaxing, easy, and fun.

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Black holes and revelations

On April 10, 2019, the first photo of a black hole was published, but why is this even interesting? Let’s take a look…

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