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Ginkgo trees are unique, almost immortal plants

In contrast to oak trees, which may live for hundreds of years and display the effects of time on their…

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Is Aloe vera juice a new miracle cure for glowing skin and flat stomach?

It would be an affordable, natural supplement alternative, give you glowing skin and eliminate a bloated stomach: aloe vera juice.…

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8 natural resources that may soon run out

Natural resources are not only oil and gas but also things that seem to be purely finished products and even…

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History

Is corn a gift from the gods?

Corn, which we often consume in canned form in salads or the shape of sweet or salty popcorn, has a…

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History

Why lotus so important for Buddhists, and what symbols are hidden in this flower

In the mind of Chinese Buddhists, the lotus is one of the eight treasures. It has a very wide range…

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Are plants capable of hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting, or touching?

Many individuals communicate with trees, even at the risk of being labeled as insane, but the current study indicates that…

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Why do old sunflowers face east?

Thanks to the early sun's soft warmth, sunflowers facing east are happier, healthier, and more productive than those facing west.

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History

What music can you hear from the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra?

There’s no denying that music is a divine gift, but who’d have guessed that it could be derived from the…

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5 houseplants to help manage stress

Houseplants have many advantages: they make any space more comfortable, perfectly moisturize the air, please the eye and cheer you…

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Listening to the song of plants? It’s possible via innovative device

What if plants could make music? How would they sound then? The makers of PlantWave also wondered when they developed…

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Health

Scientists revived a 70-year-old tree-killer fungus

Scientists at Imperial College London resuscitated cryogenically frozen samples of the fungus that causes coffee tree wilt – Tracheomycosis –…

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