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Save money and grow your own food!

Many people are able to be self-sufficient when it comes to food! Now while it is highly improbable for you to actually have the time to grow your own food in this day and age, this one is dedicated to … Continue reading

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Glendon Desk Project – How Citizen Science has influenced awareness for the Great Lakes

What is citizen science? How can it be used to help further scientific research? Such questions are normal to asked when citizen science is such a small, unknown field. However, finding the answer to such questions and understanding how beneficial … Continue reading

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The medicinal implications Aloe Vera has to offer

Aloe Vera (barbadensis Miller) is one old the oldest mentioned plants due to its medical purposes. There are records of many ancient civilizations ¬†using aloe vera to treat flesh wounds, burns and fevers. These days you can find aloe vera … Continue reading

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Great Coral Reef may still recover

Due to the currently misleading media coverage around the great coral reef, I decided to look into the subject a little bit. The coral reef is not dead- it is instead facing the worse coral bleaching that has been historically … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Free Time

This summer was a well deserved break. A daily routine consisted of sleeping in until 2 in the afternoon, going to the gym and eating, then going out at night with friends or work. However, when you have all the … Continue reading

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