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    Thread: prime time to experience this ski mecca
Post: prime time to experience this ski mecca

It is not an actual baby, of course, rather a walk in the form of a one-day pilgrim path called St Patrick’s Coastal Camino that takes in key ecclesiastical sections of the Lecale Coast on the country...
baoo Help 1 7 Yesterday, 07:07 AM
    Thread: covering far less ground than you could by car
Post: covering far less ground than you could by car

As we finally entered the pub, I was struck by the number of instruments lining or hanging on the walls: guitars, mandolins, a piano – all put to good use on regular music nights, both planned and imp...
baoo Help 0 1 Yesterday, 06:57 AM
    Thread: Ronca said that in the past five to eight years
Post: Ronca said that in the past five to eight years

The Island Walk doesn't always have accommodations or campsites where each segment ends, MacGregor noted. "It's not like the Appalachian Trail where when you're done, you pitch your tent. It took a lo...
baoo Help 0 2 Yesterday, 06:49 AM
    Thread: shells sank to the seabed and helped form the chalk
Post: shells sank to the seabed and helped form the chal...

For both Nejrotti and Ronca, the most interesting theory suggested by artefacts and archaeological research is that Etruscans seem to have had a limited impact on the environment compared with the Rom...
baoo Help 0 2 Yesterday, 06:41 AM
    Thread: people pedal through this unique landscape
Post: people pedal through this unique landscape

Rosenild shuffled her shoes on the gravel path into the woods so I could follow her with my ears. I stumbled a few times, and bumped into her heels, anxious to keep up. It was deeply unsettling not kn...
baoo Help 0 1 Yesterday, 06:33 AM
    Thread: Cycling The Bog Road through Roundstone
Post: Cycling The Bog Road through Roundstone

In a timeline display, I learned that peat bogs are the result of human intervention. Five thousand years ago, the first people to settle in Connemara cleared areas of primeval forest for farming usin...
baoo Help 0 1 Yesterday, 06:24 AM
    Thread: not just so that we can ascertain the dangers
Post: not just so that we can ascertain the dangers

US President Dwight D Eisenhower sent his congratulations on "a magnificent achievement", certain in the knowledge that the voyage would revolutionise submarine operations and any future warfare. อ่า...
baoo Help 1 6 12-02-2022, 07:46 AM
    Thread: How well Pals can distinguish a submarine from
Post: How well Pals can distinguish a submarine from

Niwa’s voyage was part of the Tonga Eruption Seabed Mapping Project, an endeavour funded by the Nippon Foundation, a non-profit based in Japan which has helped underwater research since 1962. The prog...
baoo Help 0 2 12-02-2022, 07:38 AM
    Thread: Whale skeletons stand guard around the coastline
Post: Whale skeletons stand guard around the coastline

"Darpa's approach would be a truly major breakthrough – if achieved," says Sidharth Kaushal, a specialist in naval warfare at UK defence thinktank RUSI. "An ecosystem of permanently floating dispersed...
baoo Help 0 2 12-02-2022, 07:30 AM
    Thread: An animal can meet a criterion with a high
Post: An animal can meet a criterion with a high

"By asking whether octopuses are conscious like us, we might be asking a question that doesn't make a lot of sense because we don't fully know what it's like to be conscious," says Halina. อ่านต่อเพิ...
baoo Help 0 2 12-02-2022, 07:22 AM
    Thread: Cleaning up plastic waste directly from the NPG
Post: Cleaning up plastic waste directly from the NPG

As Heather Browning, a postdoctoral researcher in animal sentience and welfare at the London School of Economics, argues in an essay: "The mind of an octopus may be highly different from our own, but ...
baoo Help 0 2 12-02-2022, 07:11 AM
    Thread: Reach Penaflor is a man with a mission
Post: Reach Penaflor is a man with a mission

As this happens, several studies now show that these plastics are entering the marine ecosystem, where they are not only being ingested, they are also being inhaled by animals including sea birds, tur...
baoo Help 0 2 12-02-2022, 07:00 AM
    Thread: watching the gymnasts doing crazy things and I was like
Post: watching the gymnasts doing crazy things and I was...

It’s called the “world in chains” scenario, where, like the preceding thought experiment, a global totalitarian government uses a novel technology to lock a majority of the world into perpetual suffer...
baoo Help 0 2 12-01-2022, 07:04 AM
    Thread: tiny furry animal scurries through the hellscape
Post: tiny furry animal scurries through the hellscape

These mammals have large muscle attachments and generally hefty bones, and among living animals they have the greatest similarity to ground-dwelling and burrowing species, says Shelley. "So the hypoth...
baoo Help 0 1 12-01-2022, 06:56 AM
    Thread: most paleontologists agree that our species had a dominant
Post: most paleontologists agree that our species had a ...

For many Indian paleontologists, the struggle is often far more basic – such as the lack of space to house bones. Without proper museum infrastructure, most fossils end up in the dusty corridors of un...
baoo Help 0 2 12-01-2022, 06:48 AM
    Thread: no fossilised remains of reptiles have ever been found
Post: no fossilised remains of reptiles have ever been f...

In August 2003, Sahni shot to global fame after 20 years of excavating, identifying and piecing together the bones of India's newest species of carnivorous dinosaur, Rajasaurus narmadensis, which is t...
baoo Help 0 2 12-01-2022, 06:39 AM
    Thread: The cliff faces they worked on were mostly composed
Post: The cliff faces they worked on were mostly compose...

Scientists have been debating whether dinosaurs were warm or cold-blooded ever since they were discovered. In the 19th Century, it was widely assumed that they were essentially massive, ectothermic re...
baoo Help 0 3 12-01-2022, 06:32 AM
    Thread: soaring cliff face of frozen pewter
Post: soaring cliff face of frozen pewter

Their promenade across the mud may only have lasted minutes, but the tracks they left were soon covered with further sediment, and preserved for the coming millennia – until they were found by scienti...
baoo Help 0 3 12-01-2022, 06:22 AM
    Thread: known a pigeon to be turned into such a balanced
Post: known a pigeon to be turned into such a balanced

Owned by no-one, claimed by many, the enigmatic North Pole is a constantly shifting sheet of ice in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The world's largest and strongest nuclear-powered icebreaker, 50 Let...
baoo Help 0 3 11-30-2022, 07:20 AM
    Thread: Family crossed the Nile and continued southward
Post: Family crossed the Nile and continued southward

Luckily, one of England's prime "food capitals", Padstow, is just eight miles north off the A39. Once a pretty fishing village, today Padstow is better known for its restaurants. Rick Stein launched h...
baoo Help 0 3 11-30-2022, 07:12 AM
    Thread: feeding an underground river and cave network
Post: feeding an underground river and cave network

Beneath the last stretch of scaffolding still to be taken down, I sat on a stone bench in the corner, watching the ebb and flow of pilgrims as they entered the church in noisy bursts, most having just...
baoo Help 0 3 11-30-2022, 07:02 AM
    Thread: congruent with the growing move away from peat
Post: congruent with the growing move away from peat

This level of ownership is a direct contrast to the way conservation tourism has historically operated in Hwange National Park and Zimbabwe more broadly. And, according to leaders like Ncube and Butch...
baoo Help 0 1 11-30-2022, 06:54 AM
    Thread: Wind flowing across the Atlantic Ocean to western
Post: Wind flowing across the Atlantic Ocean to western

"Ireland is a global hotspot for peatlands," said Dr Clare Noone, researcher at Irish Climate Analysis and Research UnitS. "Unfortunately, most Irish peatlands have been drained or degraded and [in th...
baoo Help 0 2 11-30-2022, 06:46 AM
    Thread: the fells of the Yorkshire Dales National Park billow
Post: the fells of the Yorkshire Dales National Park bil...

"It represents hardship and perseverance," Haley concluded. "People sacrificed their lives for this line. Should it ever have been built? Probably not. But it was, so we've had to fight to keep it. It...
baoo Help 0 2 11-30-2022, 06:37 AM
    Thread: Romans who ate one meal around midday
Post: Romans who ate one meal around midday

"The body works in patterns," says Anderson. "We respond to the anticipation of being fed. One thing intermittent fasting does is it imposes a pattern, and our biological systems do well with a patter...
baoo Help 0 3 11-29-2022, 06:24 AM

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