Author: The Eclectic Mind
These wildlife bridges allow animals to safely pass over or under main roads.
Friends of Marshall’s kids, Alex 17 and Macaila 14, discovered the gruesome scene after showing up to check on them on Saturday after not having heard from them for numerous days.
Detroit Debuts America’s First Urban ‘Agrihood’ Turning Vacant Lots Into Edible Farms While Feeding Thousands For Free
Several acres of a formerly vacant urban neighborhood are being farmed to provide free fruits and vegetables for 2,000 nearby residents.
A new study shows there are now more adults in the world being classified as obese than underweight. And China has outnumbered the U.S. to have the world’s highest number of obese people.
Thousands of water protectors have been fighting to halt the impending construction of a $3.8 billion oil pipeline which would desecrate lands sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux and threaten the health of local water supplies.
According to a declassified document released by the FBI, not only are we being visited by Alien beings from other worlds, but we have been visited by “beings from other dimensions.”
A move towards ‘phenomenon-based’ teaching has been divisive in Finland.
Thousands of families grieve daily for their fallen loved ones and the war machine that sent them to an early grave shows no signs of slowing.