October 17, 2018 10:16 pm

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Portugal Just Went 4 Straight Days Running Completely On Renewable Energy

Generally speaking, renewable energy is clean and non-polluting, with many forms not emitting any greenhouse gases or toxic waste during the process of creating electricity. Cost-effective and efficient, renewable energy is a sustainable option than can be relied on for the long-term. That’s why it comes as no surprise that governments around the world are turning to it to end our ... Read More »

These Are The Last Women With Bound Feet In China

Over thousands of years, women have been expected to conform to ridiculous (if not dangerous) beauty standards. Today, we’re expected to slim down yet be curvy, and to have perfect skin, thick eyebrows, long hair… the list goes on. While this definitely wreaks havoc on our mental health, we admittedly have it much better than our ancestors did. Many of ... Read More »

BREAKING: Snipers Ambush Police At Protest, Many Officers Down

Five Dallas police officers have been killed by sniper fire during protests against the shooting of black men by police. Officers are in a standoff with one armed man in a garage. Three other people have been detained, the BBC reports. The snipers fired from an elevated position on police just minutes before 9pm as protesters marched through the city. ... Read More »

8 Herbs That Naturally Kill Internal Parasites

If we consider the possibility that there are many common parasites that we are as of yet unaware of, most of us could be suffering from them. If you want to take it a step further and consider candida a parasite (most don’t group them together, but candida does fit the description), then it could be argued that most people ... Read More »

Homeless High School Student Graduates Top Of His Class

A high school student left homeless after his mum’s death has overcome massive odds to graduate top of his class and win a college scholarship. Liyjon DeSilva spent years living between different relatives after his mum died when he was just five years old, reports the Daily Mail. He was a victim of child abuse and his family even tried ... Read More »

France Orders Supermarkets To Give Away Unsold Food To Charities Under A New Law

Food wastage is getting out of hand these days, but the French national assembly has just voted unanimously to pass legislation that forces supermarkets to give away unsold food to charities (or for animal feed) to make sure nothing goes to waste. This new law bars supermarkets from deliberately spoiling unsold food so it cannot be eaten. Instead, stores of ... Read More »

It’s Now Illegal For Employers To Send Work Emails After Office Hours In France

Don’t you hate receiving emails from the boss after working hours? Well, you can now ignore these emails without any consequences – if you live in France, that is. According to Article 25 of France’s new labour law, the El Khomri Law, employees now have the right to turn a blind eye to their work emails over the weekend. Local ... Read More »

What That Little Loop At The Back Of Your Shirt Is Really For

The Loop In The Shirt The world of fashion is a very confusing world. The necessity and need are often a far cry from what we get. And we consider many things as useless adornments. And most of the time they are. Except this time. Remember the tiny loops on the back of the men’s shirts? Do you know what ... Read More »