Opinion | The Bacteria Babies Need – The New York Times

The rise in cesareans, the overuse of antibiotics and the use of infant formula may have wiped out a bacteria that kept babies healthy.

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Scientists harvest 1st vegetables in Antarctic greenhouse

BERLIN (AP) — Scientists in Antarctica have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth, daylight or pesticides as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets.

Source: Scientists harvest 1st vegetables in Antarctic greenhouse

Camp Adventure Park

Camp Adventure Park

“Camp Adventure Park is a new and unique experience destination. A 900 meter treetop walk connected to a 45 meter tall observation tower creates a unique opportunity to take a walk above the treetops and experience the stunning nature of the preserved forest from another perspective. The tower and treetop walk is as a seamless continuous ramp that makes the forest accessible to all – regardless of their physical condition…”

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Whole of England to be mapped with lasers to tackle flooding and illegal waste dumps | The Independent

England’s entire landscape will be mapped with lasers to tackle flooding, help conservation work and even track illegal waste dumps, the Environment Agency said. Under plans unveiled by the government agency, aircraft equipped with laser scanners will map all 130,000 sq km of the country in 3D, including rivers, fields and national parks, by 2020.

Source: Whole of England to be mapped with lasers to tackle flooding and illegal waste dumps | The Independent

Water clover

Water clover

Marsilea quadrifolia. In Ongley Pond at the White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield, CT.

This is a good example for not getting rid of old photos. When I took it, it was a muddy mess and I didn’t have the tools to clean it up. When it came up randomly in a picture picker recently, I ran it through PhotoShop and was able to make it presentable. The hidden detail was surprising.