Did you know…


Did you know... ... that today is Turtle Adoption Day? In 1996, Tibor Pecsi, a veterinarian school dropout who operated Hungary's first private reptile house, adopted 1,010 endangered Testudo Hermanni turtles that had been confiscated by Hungarian border agents and needed a new home. Celebrate by adopting an animal today!~~~ Today's Inspirational Quote: "Before you … Continue reading Did you know…

10 Craziest Places People Went for YouTube


by Jon B fact checked by Darci Heikkinen Every minute, five hundred hours of video are uploaded to YouTube, making it the most saturated market since Starbucks opened a store on seemingly every block in Manhattan. Travel-themed YouTube channels are not so much a niche as a big gaping hole with an “Everybody Welcome!” sign, meaning some … Continue reading 10 Craziest Places People Went for YouTube

10 Everyday Things Made with Animal By-Products


by Toby Oliva fact checked by Rachel Jones We should all know that mass production by giant corporations has resulted in a great many questionable ingredients finding their way onto and inside of us. It’s rare these days to use any product with only one or two ingredients, as most dedicate the majority of their ingredient list … Continue reading 10 Everyday Things Made with Animal By-Products

Metaphysics and mushrooms: Psychedelics can change how you think about the universe


Research shows that psilocybin leads people away from materialism and toward transcendentalism. Apparently, mushrooms teach metaphysics. https://bigthink.com/neuropsych/psychedelics-mushrooms-metaphysics/?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weeklynewsletter

DID YOU KNOW…


Did you know... ... that today is King Tut Day? In 1922, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon became the first to enter the tomb of King Tutankhamen since it was sealed in 1323 B.C. Trivia buffs: Lord Carnarvon was short of money and losing patience and about to pull the plug on the project. Carter … Continue reading DID YOU KNOW…

POEM.COM NEWSLETTER


November 27, 2021 Byline, Be Sky Alina Stefanescu I meet the birds on theirterrain, the gray of.Chimney swifts smudged, siftedfrom clouds like featheredcinders, all is blurred orwisps of smoke, an attendance.We watch from the roofof Birmingham's tallest building& I imagine a flight withoutknowledge of falling.It may be spring. It may bewind warming a given name.It … Continue reading POEM.COM NEWSLETTER

The Best Idea We Ever Had’: 11 Quotes About National Parks


In 1872, the U.S. Congress established Yellowstone National Park, and in doing so created the first national park in America — and the world. Protected areas had existed before Yellowstone; in Europe, for example, wealthy landowners developed preservation areas to protect wildlife for hunting and trees for timber. The American model, however, went far beyond … Continue reading The Best Idea We Ever Had’: 11 Quotes About National Parks

Abraham Lincoln’s Wittiest One-Liners


Abraham Lincoln experienced many hardships in his life, suffering from what in his day was known as “melancholy,” but today we would call clinical depression. Despite this, the United States’ 16th President loved to laugh and tell jokes. His many witty stories elicited chuckles and groans in equal measure, while his sharp one-liners were used … Continue reading Abraham Lincoln’s Wittiest One-Liners

BOOK SUMMARIES NEWSLETTER


Good To Great by Jim Collins This book is essentially a 30-year study of some of the world's greatest, most successful companies. The #1 takeaway I've always remembered from it is that if you want to be successful in business, you need a hedgehog concept. 🦔 See Lesson 1 to learn more! 👀 Boss It … Continue reading BOOK SUMMARIES NEWSLETTER

Newsletter Foreign Affairs Today


November 26, 2021 |  Sponsored by The Oxford Executive Diploma in Global Business Biden’s Scorecard on Climate Change At Home and Abroad, the Administration Is Rising to the Challenge By John Podesta and Todd Stern A Foreign Affairs subscription is less than $3.50/month. Subscribe today. Triangle of Corruption Why Washington Needs to Get Tough on Central American Kleptocrats By … Continue reading Newsletter Foreign Affairs Today

Seth Godin Newsletter


* Under the circumstances [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=182289922&f=1081591&c=8047774&u=5102652 %5D The circumstances are heavy indeed. Systems work hard to maintain the status quo. The teacher is doing the best they can. But the principal and the board and the regents and the parents… The board member got elected with great intentions. But the state and the unions and the parents… … Continue reading Seth Godin Newsletter

Intellifusion Newsletter: 5 incidents to catch up on


Friday 26th November 2021 Hi Dhananjaya, Here's your weekly rundown of the global security landscape, highlighting key incidents that have taken place from each region in the last seven days; MIDDLE EAST & ASIA Myanmar Local anti-government militias have warned travellers to avoid the Mandalay-Monya highway this week due to heavy fighting in the area. … Continue reading Intellifusion Newsletter: 5 incidents to catch up on

10 Worst Cannibals in History


by Adrian Sharp fact checked by Rachel Jones Serial killer cannibals are everywhere these days. Not literally all around you (well, maybe) but all over media. They feature heavily in podcasts, documentaries, reenactments, and lists like these, but this list is dedicated to a secret that none of them know: they aren’t the worst cannibals ever, far … Continue reading 10 Worst Cannibals in History

10 Most Realistic Portrayals of Modern Warfare


by Jake Thomas fact checked by Darci Heikkinen Video games, TV shows, and films all portray modern-day warfare in a variety of ways, but which ones are the most realistic? When it comes to the war and military genre, the field is ripe for the picking. Oversaturation in various media forms provides a litany of portrayals—some accurate … Continue reading 10 Most Realistic Portrayals of Modern Warfare

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Press Information Bureau Government of India •Text to PM’s Address at Constitution Day Celebrations organized by Supreme Court •Global Access to Broker Dealers •COVID-19 UPDATE •COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Day 315 •Training session for regulators and manufacturers of ASU&H drugs organisedat  Himachal Pradesh •Development of Dharwad Industrial Area in Karnataka under Bengaluru-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (BMIC) … Continue reading Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

  Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Press Information Bureau Government of India •Text to PM’s Address at Constitution Day Celebrations organized by Supreme Court •Global Access to Broker Dealers •COVID-19 UPDATE •COVID-19 Vaccination Update - Day 315 •Training session for regulators and manufacturers of ASU&H drugs organisedat  Himachal Pradesh •Development of Dharwad Industrial Area in Karnataka under Bengaluru-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (BMIC) … Continue reading   Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

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Osho : "Gandhi would drink only the milk of a goat, because that is the cheapest animal and poor people can afford it. I inquired everything about the goat, and I found that his goat was being bathed every day with Lux toilet soap. The food of the goat cost in those days, ten rupees … Continue reading Interesting from WhatsApp. (without comment)