Eco Friendly Christmas Gifts Ideas on a Budget
Dec19

Eco Friendly Christmas Gifts Ideas on a Budget

    Can we get cheap but great Christmas presents for the coming holidays? How to do Christmas on a budget? How to enjoy Christmas with no money? Have you asked yourself these questions? Is it even possible? The answer is Yes! It is not only possible, but also easy and can be a lot of fun.     Christmas is not about giving everyone the most expensive and luxury gift, it is about appreciating the people in your life...

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Eco Homes – the New Way of Living Green
Feb10

Eco Homes – the New Way of Living Green

  As the time goes by the needs of people and environment are changing. With the development of building technology our homes are changing too. We are entering a new era in the construction industry that of the eco homes. Renters as well as home owners start taking the eco homes in consideration and place great importance on reducing the energy costs, the use of eco friendly building materials, great design and the impact on the...

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How to Bring Natural Décor Elements into the Interior
Dec05

How to Bring Natural Décor Elements into the Interior

  For generations people love the organic appeal of natural décor. The natural elements have great aesthetic value and bring warmth and peace into any space. Bringing Nature indoors is essential to making us feel at home.     We love Nature because we are connected with it on a deeper level. That is why we want to make it part of our living environment inside and outside of our home. We can do that by introducing...

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Aromatherapy for Your Home
Oct31

Aromatherapy for Your Home

  Weather is getting cold and we are spending more and more time at home. The air indoors gets dry because of the heating and we feel that when we breathe. Aromatherapy can help you fill your home with beautiful, natural aromas; neutralize viruses and bad odors and much more.     The aromatherapy oils, known as essential oils are a natural alternative to the synthetic options. They are derived from different parts of...

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Surprisingly Ancient Species vol.1
Jul15

Surprisingly Ancient Species vol.1

Flamingo – 18 million years ago   In a former Spanish lake of Miocene age, which today is a big piece of limestone, scientists have discovered a prehistoric eggs Flamingo on 18 million years ago. Viewed under a microscope, the five eggs were quite similar to those of modern flamingos species. Noticed some differences however. The way in which the nest was made from sticks and leaves – is quite different from mud towers that...

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Ochotona iliensis,The Magic Rabbit
Jun24

Ochotona iliensis,The Magic Rabbit

Rare mammal of the genus Ochotona iliensis is filmed for the first time in 20 years. Also known as a magic rabbit, the charming animal looks like a cross between a bear and a rabbit and lives in Tian Shan mountains in Northwest China. Unfortunately, it can be spotted rarely, not because of his remote home, and the fact that the species is threatened with extinction. In 1990 it was estimated that only about 2000 individuals left....

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Hawaii With 100% Green Energy To 2045
Jun20

Hawaii With 100% Green Energy To 2045

  The European Union has set its targets for green energy by 2020, but the three countries have already reached it, eight years before the closing date. Last year, renewable energy accounted for 24% of electricity produced in Germany. The same year, Denmark set a world record with its 40% electricity produced by wind. China and the United States are leaders in investment in green energy.     Now, taking...

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What If Bonobo Apes Extinct?
Jun16

What If Bonobo Apes Extinct?

  The eating habits of bonobos are important. The small chimps eat plenty of fruits and berries contain seeds. These seeds pass through the digestive system of the apes while they travel long distances through the woods. A few hours later, the seeds are ejected away from the place where they were fruits. So are born new trees. What happens if there are no monkeys? Scientists have discovered that many tree and plant species in the...

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The Only Warm-Blooded Fish – Moonfish
Jun09

The Only Warm-Blooded Fish – Moonfish

  According to popular belief, only mammals and birds are warm-blooded – are able to maintain a constant body temperature. But now scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research in the United States have identified a new, unexpected candidate: Moonfish. The discovery represents the first and only known case of a warm-blooded fish. Opah, also known as Moonfish, is a large, predatory fish with oval...

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Functional Tiny House Close To Nature
Apr01

Functional Tiny House Close To Nature

  This charming and functional tiny house is owned by a young American couple and impressed us with practical solutions in the interior. Although tiny in size, it has all the necessary conditions for a full life, and subsequent images will fully demonstrate this. Here you will find a cozy living room, kitchen and bedroom on the second floor, which is accessible by ladder. How good organization of space, right? House, of course,...

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