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Morgan Freeman Turns His 124-Acre Ranch Into a Bee Sanctuary to Save the Planet

Morgan Freeman Turns His 124-Acre Ranch Into a Bee Sanctuary to Save the Planet

In the last several decades, farmers and scientists have observed a dramatic decrease in the world bee population. In the US, the number of working bee colonies per hectare has declined by 90% since 1962. We are losing bees because of climate changes, pesticides, and an overall reduction in their natural habitats. There are some people who can’t just stand by and keep silent and they are fighting for bees and trying to revive them ... Read More »

Drone Footage Reveals Over 100 Whales Trapped In Secret Underwater “Jails”

Drone Footage Reveals Over 100 Whales Trapped In Secret Underwater “Jails”

Drone footage has found about 100 cetaceans kept inside a series of tiny enclosures off Russia’s Pacific coast, near to the southeastern city of Nakhodka. Activists claim that this “whale jail” was the place where 11 orcas and 90 beluga whales were kept illegally, and Whale and Dolphin Conservation reports that it is the largest number of marine animals to ... Read More »

Science Explains What Happens to Someone’s Brain From Complaining Every Day

Science Explains What Happens to Someone’s Brain From Complaining Every Day

Norman Doidge, Canadian-born psychiatrist and author of The Brain That Changes Itself agreed that thought changes structure, and he himself witnessed people who managed to rewire their brains with their thoughts, to cure previously incurable obsessions and trauma. The power of the human brain is literally limitless, and the huge development in the spheres of brain imaging and neuroscience in ... Read More »

One of the Longest Hiking Trails in the World Just Opened in Chile

One of the Longest Hiking Trails in the World Just Opened in Chile

For those who’d walk 1,000 miles (and 700 more), a new adventure awaits. The Chilean government just announced the creation of the Route of Parks, a 1,700-mile hiking trail that runs through Patagonia to Cape Horn. The entire route connects 17 national parks and winds through lakes, volcanoes, rainforests, and the Andes Mountains. It will be one of the world’s longest hiking trails, ... Read More »

Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Mollie Tibbetts Gets Taxpayer Money for Defense

Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Mollie Tibbetts Gets Taxpayer Money for Defense

The illegal alien on trial for allegedly killing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts has been granted thousands of dollars for his defense. Cristhian Bahena-Rivera, an illegal immigrant from Mexico who was working under an alias, told police that he followed Tibbetts before getting mad, panicking, blacking out, and finding her dead. He took law enforcement officers to her body in a cornfield in ... Read More »

Michael Jackson’s Daughter Breaks Silence Over Leaving Neverland Documentary

Michael Jackson’s Daughter Breaks Silence Over Leaving Neverland Documentary

HBO’s recent Leaving Neverland documentary has re-opened many of the old sexual molestation allegations against late pop star Michael Jackson. Millions have been horrified by the revelations in the documentary, which reveal graphic anecdotes from two alleged victims that spent a lot of time with Jackson. This week, Jackson’s daughter Paris has spoken out for the first time, saying that ... Read More »

Woman Regrets Jumping Fence At Zoo To Take Selfie With Jaguar After Injury

Woman Regrets Jumping Fence At Zoo To Take Selfie With Jaguar After Injury

A woman attempted recently jumped the fence at the Wildlife World Zoo near Phoenix and was mauled by the Jaguar inside the enclosure. The woman was reportedly attempting to take a selfie with the jaguar when she was hurt. The woman suffered severe lacerations to her arm, but her injuries were not life-threatening. Footage taken by witnesses on the scene ... Read More »

Neuroscientists Say Your Forgetfulness Is A Sign Of Extraordinary Intelligence

Neuroscientists Say Your Forgetfulness Is A Sign Of Extraordinary Intelligence

If you’ve ever forgotten something and felt really awkward about it, or unsure of yourself, relax. Forgetfulness is a sign of higher intelligence, according to recent studies. There are people who pride themselves on their excellent memories, which can certainly be useful in school or social situations. However, it is nearly impossible to remember every tiny detail of every situation, ... Read More »

Donating your poo could earn you $13,000 a year

Donating your poo could earn you $13,000 a year

What was your dream job growing up? Childhood is a magical time in life, a time when anything at all is possible and no position is out of your reach – but it sure has changed since my time in the playground. While people my age used to imagine making it as a ballerina or a detective, today’s employment daydreams ... Read More »

US missionary John Allen Chau killed with arrows by remote Indian Ocean tribe

US missionary John Allen Chau killed with arrows by remote Indian Ocean tribe

The death of ‘missionary’ John Chau has been one of the most disturbing stories of 2018. The American was killed by tribesman living on North Sentinel Island – reportedly one of the most remote and isolated communities on the planet. Chau had reportedly journeyed to the Island, which lies off the coast of the Andaman Islands to the south of Burma, ... Read More »