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We are in a #MiniIceAge now. When the masses realize they were lied to about #GlobalWarming #C02 #OMG
Many are doomed from repeated yearly crop failures and food riots. #ItsScienceNotConsensus
#Trump #Biden #ClimateChange
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🔥So the #Whistleblower complaint involves UKRAINE... But was the conversation with Putin⁉️⁉️…
🔥The good news is that if Trump was promising arms to Ukraine for election help on dirt on Biden, @RudyGiuliani would be implicated 👏
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Starting a #thread on #AssamFloods #Kaziranga with this first rescue of a hog deer @action4ifaw @vivek4wild
Follow this thread for more updates on #wildliferescue over the coming days. +
As floodwaters enter fringe villages of #Kaziranga and people move out, #wildlife needs higher ground to be safe. This is where we come in to rescue animals displaced or injured by #AssamFloods with #AssamForestDepartment and @action4ifaw
@vivek4wild @AzzedineTDownes +
Fleeing deer caught on camera by Rabin Sharma depict the state of #wildlife in most parts of #Kaziranga that is expected to go under water by tomorrow #AssamFloods
@action4ifaw @vivek4wild @AzzedineTDownes
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There was this tweet from @GreatGameIndia about tests done on samples of table and cooking salt from 2 Indian companies / brands - Tata Salt and Sambhar Salt. Apparently they contained 'high' levels of Potassium Ferrocyanide. (#OMG, ferrocyanide? why arent we all dying?!!?)
The report in GGINews, an online newspaper, quoted a certain Shiv Shankar Gupta, Chairman of Godhum Grains & Farms Products, that the test by America West Analytical Laboratories (AWAL) showed 4.71 mg/kg in Sambhar Salt and 1.85 mg/kg in Tata's product.
Apparently the story was picked up by IANS and carried by several outlets. I saw it retweeted by @PragyaTiwari I had previously received a #WhatsApp forward in family group rife with fake news.
I smelled something fake about it and decided to look into it.
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No es difícil imaginar cuál es mi flor favorita, la que me da nombre. Os voy a contar una cosa.
Desde que existe la #agricultura, unos 12000 años more o less, el hombre ha ido modificando las plantas y seleccionándolas buscando las características que más convenían.
En el caso de la rosa 🌹la selección fue indirecta. Era una flor en la que lo más interesante de ella era el extracto que se obtenía de sus pétalos, así que se dieron cuenta de que cuantos más petalos tuviera, más obtendrían de ella
Llegaron a producir rosas con más de 100 pétalos y oh! Sorpresa! Era bella. Pasó a convertirse además, en la reina de las ornamentales.
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