Day: April 2, 2020

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Wild Animals Are Strutting Down All of Your Favorite Cities & Living Their Best Life

As humans, we get the luxury of walking the city streets when we feel like it or retreating to nature when the earth calls. On the other hand, animals often shy away from larger cities due to pollution, human activity, and racing cars. The current lockdown has caused an upsurge in wild animal activity in …

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Burning Man Community Teams Up to Donate Masks and Essentials to Hospitals in Need

Hospitals are dealing with equipment shortages as the coronavirus brings more and more people into care. In response, artists and creatives are teaming up to donate essentials to healthcare practitioners. A few weeks ago, Ethan Garner, Burning Man-attendee and Harvard University professor donated protective gear after his lab was closed. This has inspired a country-wide …

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As Above, So Below—Virus Lockdown Has Dramatically Slowed Earth’s Seismic Activity

Society has increasingly grown still over the past few months. We’ve already seen how a drop in human activity has allowed skies and waterways to clear. The Earth’s surface is thriving more than ever. Now, recent research is showing us a change in how the Earth’s layers move. As we slow down above, so does …

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