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  • Hormones altered by gender bend chemi in Plastic Teen hormones being altered by gender-bending chemicalssourceFour out of every five British teens have their hormones upset by gender-bending chemicals found in plastics, new research suggests.The chemical, called bisphenol A (BPA), is used to make plastics, including materials that come into contact with food.But it can mimic the female sex hormone, estrogen, and cause a lower sperm count in men.The chemical is also thought to be linked to several different types of cancer, including breast and prostate.Researchers at Exeter University studied the blood and urine of 94 teenagers aged 17-19 and found 80 percent had the hormone-disrupting chemicals in their bodies.Ecotoxicology professor Tamara Galloway, who co-led the study ...
    Posted 17 Oct 2019, 20:35 by Happi Mess
  • 110 yrs of scientists climate scares source The years Scientists seeking funding and journalists seeking an audience agree: panic sells. “Global cooling is going to kills us all!” “No, wait: global warming is going to kill us all!” All that’s missing is a back-and-forth of “You shut up!” “No, you shut up!” That is reserved for those who doubt the need for panic. That’s the gist of an amazing chronology of the last 120 years of scare-mongering on climate, assembled by butnowyouknow.net and reprinted by the estimable Anthony Watts in Wattsupwiththat, who updates it to the present. It is truly mind-boggling: 1895 - Geologists Think the World May Be Frozen Up Again – New York Times, February 1895 1902 - “Disappearing Glaciers ...
    Posted 17 Oct 2019, 20:29 by Happi Mess
  • so this is what a Vegan does, right ? The number of animals that die each and every day to produce vegan food is astonishing. Matthew Evans. Picture: Alan Benson From The Weekend Australian Magazine source There’s a lot to be said for veganism. For the thinking eater, it gets around a whole bunch of ethical grey areas. If you care about what you put in your mouth, it is probably the most black and white way to approach the whole meat thing. There are no grey areas about so-called “ethical” meat, or questions over exactly how “free range” are the hens when there are 10,000 chickens to the ­hectare. Not eating meat, not buying products that come from animals — surely that means you’re doing ...
    Posted 17 Oct 2019, 20:35 by Happi Mess
  • new MRT stations that make Bangkok’s old town fastrack index Free QR code readerNew stationsThe Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to welcome the opening of four new MRT subway stations in Bangkok’s Old City and Chinatown neighbourhood, which will make exploring the area’s rich history and landmark sites even easier.The four stations are part of a 14-km extension to the MRT Blue Line, which involves 11 new stations in all. These are Wat MangkonSam YotSanam Chai Itsaraphap Stationwhich are located in this order after Hua Lamphong Station from where the extension begins.TAT Governor Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn said: “The opening of these new stations greatly increases the ease and convenience of visiting some of Bangkok’s most ...
    Posted 14 Oct 2019, 03:27 by Happi Mess
  • Smartphone users Isolation Matrix Photographer removes our smartphones to show our strange and lonely new world Are you reading this on a handheld device?  There’s a good chance you are.  Now imagine how’d you look if that device suddenly disappeared.  Lonely? Slightly crazy? Perhaps next to a person being ignored?  As we are sucked in ever more by the screens we carry around, even in the company of friends and family, the hunched pose of the phone-absorbed seems increasingly normal. US photographer Eric Pickersgill has created “Removed,” a series of photos to remind us of how strange that pose actually is.  In each portrait, electronic devices have been “edited out” (removed before the photo was taken, from people who’d been ...
    Posted 11 Oct 2019, 23:20 by Happi Mess
  • iPhone 11 is coming to town The wait is finally over. In the early hours of September 11, Apple unveiled its 2019 iPhone range to a throng of rapturous disciples. There are three new models to choose from including the long rumoured "Pro" version and Apple's first stab at an entry-level phone. Here's everything Australian customers need to know, including the prices, specifications and release date. New iPhone models Apple will be releasing three new iPhone models, each in a range of capacities. There's the entry-level iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro which comes with a better camera, and the big boi option, AKA the iPhone 11 Pro Max . The iPhone 11 will come in a choice of six colours: yellow ...
    Posted 11 Sep 2019, 19:28 by Happi Mess
  • Duty Free receipt - urgent warning Tourist issues urgent warning to Australian travellers after finding a 'very concerning' detail on his duty-free alcohol receipt - and reveals why you should NEVER throw them away Tourist issues warning to travellers in Asia buying items at duty-free Perth man Colin Ahearn was travelling from Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur to Phuket in Thailand when he decided to buy some of his favourite duty-free alcohol at the international airport. Mr Ahearn was about to throw the receipt for the two bottles - Wild Turkey American Honey Liqueur and Smirnoff Red Label Vodka for his wife - when he was stopped by his eagle-eyed partner.  Tracey Ahearn noticed a peculiar addition to the bottom of the docket - her husband's ...
    Posted 18 Jul 2019, 20:54 by Happi Mess
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