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BestHeating 18s
It's not your standard cover, but certainly a little different... Check out our guide on radiator covers and cabinets, if this doesn't take your fancy -
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Henry Foy Nov 11
Russian sanctions: why ‘isolation is impossible’ - my on the west’s failure to make Russia an international pariah and Moscow’s continued resilience
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Paul Barnett 19h
Interesting from on the reasons behind and history of our current obsession with single-use - The plastic backlash: what's behind our sudden rage – and will it make a difference?
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This Is Ideal Nov 9
RT : on the monetization of psychedelics by Compass. Activists have noted the issues with Compass, a company with Peter Thiel as a backer. This has not been on ideological grounds, but has pragmatic effects for access to treatment and care. …
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Andy Extance 6h
The Hidden Coastal Culture of the Ancient Maya by at Including ancient pirates of the Caribbean - , with audio version
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This Is Ideal Nov 12
RT : RT : Friday from on why increasing data legibility will help to decentralise the hidden power vested in it. Part 3/3 of Rachel's Coping not Coding essay series coming 🔜
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Boundless Magazine 20h
At the time of the Armistice there were still over 150,000 bodies unburied on the Western Front. Many thousands more were scattered across the battlefields, ‘tucked in where they fell'. Tim Atkinson's on the Great War's fallen heroes
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Franco Spicciariello 🇮🇹🇪🇺 17h
“Why we all hate plastic now... and can we really do anything about it?” A really interesting via
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Reconsidered Nov 9
This illuminating explores the impact of SLAPP lawsuits, a legal tactic frequently used by corporations to intimidate people who oppose their activities on the grounds of social and environmental justice. Read more in
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Shiply.com Nov 13
Fantastic from on the current wave of attention on and the devastating impact it's having on our planet.
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Jan Haugland Nov 13
Great : "Illegally enslaved and then marooned on remote Tromelin Island for fifteen years, with only archaeology to tell their story" 🏝️ Castaways - Archaeology Magazine
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Ray Areaux, MD Nov 10
: the work for our nation, our children: "Democracies need to promote “creedal national identities,” which are built not around shared personal characteristics, histories, or religions, but around core values and beliefs." via
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Robert Priest 20h
From Kavanaugh to Brexit, 'secure reading room' will go down as one of the Statistically Improbable Phrases of 2018. I await the and podcast.
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This Is Ideal 16h
RT : RT : RT : Brilliantly written, equally honest and depressing. Make this article your for the day.
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Dr. Zareena Grewal 17h
This is actually about the state of research, the click bait title doesn’t do it justice
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Gbádégésin Fábùnmi Nov 11
| Forecasting Is Fallible, Yet Necessary by Mark Cliffe
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Boundless Magazine Nov 6
'I encourage my clients to answer honestly with "I don’t know," not as an admission of inadequacy but as a starting point for change.' Richard Cupidi reflects on healing through hypnosis in today's
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EValue 22m
Ready for a lunchtime ? This essay about and the is useful for anyone thinking of adopting the new technology
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John Doh Nov 12
Article: The buried secrets of the deadliest location on Earth: a good on how we came to be
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Ashfold 1h
Rage Against the Machine: AI and the Construction Industry - read the first in our series of articles on areas of interest to our friends and clients in :
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