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Estabilizado el fuego de Los Serranos (Valencia) tras quemar 5.500 hectáreas

Negoción! Rescate para la banca de 100 mil millones y Rajoy ajustará al pueblo 102 mil mill hasta 2014(!!!)

de Healthy and Natural World

10 Genius Reasons to Keep Coconut Oil in Your Bathroom

10 Reasons to Keep Coconut Oil in Your Bathroom

de Mark's Daily Apple

Dear Mark: How Much Protein Can You Absorb and Use from One Meal

Good explanation on how much protein is absorbed from a meal at a time: usually 30g, but depends on what we eat, how old we are, how large or small we are, how active we are, how much we’re lifting, and how much stress we’re under, etc. He says we’re all using the protein we absorb in different ways and proportions and for different functions, not just for muscle increase.

Tyler E. Nordgren - Death Valley National Park

Fires are part of the natural ecology and are often started by lightning strikes. Those produced by man have the same effect as natural fires, triggering a genetic survival response by trees. The burned parts of the tree may or may not be dead, but the new sprouts will eventually take over.

You can see what else Professor Richard Zeebe had to say in the ScienceDaily article "Carbon Emissions to Impact Climate Beyond the Day After Tomorrow."

An orangutan covers his face after being anesthetized and having fallen from a tree in the village of Desa Parit Dongkak Wak, Wajok low district, Pontianak, Kalbar, on Monday (8/27/2012). The rescue team members perform a series of medical procedures in male orangutans who were seriously injured. Some orangutans suffered burns after efforts to evict them from the burning trees. FOTO ANTARA / Jessica Helena Wuysang

de the Guardian

Real market forces now drive action on climate change

Real market forces now drive action on climate change After years of frustration, circumstances are shifting from a global climate treaty serving as the sole impetus

de Mommypotamus

What Causes Heartburn? (Hint: It's Probably Not What You Think)

We've all heard that heartburn is caused by excess stomach acid. But what if that's not true in over 90% of cases? After testing thousands of heartburn patients at his Tahoma Clinic, that's what Jonathan Wright, M.D. concluded. Here's what he says is the most common cause of heartburn, plus how antacids often work against us . . .