Montreal’s #Green alleys have #Environmental, community benefits, experts say

Montreal’s green alleys have environmental, community benefits, experts say Montreal’s green alleys have environmental, community benefits, experts say.   Apr 22, 2018 1:57 PM by: Canadian Press Updated Apr 22, 2018 2:30 PM MONTREAL — The little concrete alley off Montreal’s Desnoyers street sits in the shadow of a massive highway interchange, between two busy streets and a railroad track. But in the summer, it comes alive with fruit trees, a honeybee hive and flower and vegetable gardens bursting with colour. It’s one of more than 350 “green alleys” in the…

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Everything You Need To Know About Plant Nutrients

Everything You Need To Know About Plant Nutrients   With paper and pencil, make a list of ALL nutrients that plants need to grow properly. We’ll wait…no cheating! Here’s the list to check yourself against: Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium Calcium Magnesium Sulfur Chlorine Copper Manganese Iron Boron Molybdenum Zinc Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen There are more elements here than you listed, I bet! To fully understand how plants grow and how we can help them grow better, we have to understand what they need to grow. In this article, we’ll dive into everything…

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Is Trump’s Exit From Iran Deal a Prelude to War? Pt. 2

Is Trump’s Exit From Iran Deal a Prelude to War? Pt. 2 With Trump withdrawing from the JCPOA and European allies showing no signs that they’ll withstand US pressure, the Iran nuclear deal is in danger and the threat of war has increased, says Jamal Abdi of the National Iranian American Council Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate. TheRealNews

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Ford develops new technology that allows blind people to “see” on a scenic car ride

Ford develops new technology that allows blind people to “see” on a scenic car ride This new technology lets blind people ‘see’ on a scenic car ride Ford’s ‘Feel the View’ prototype allows blind passengers to feel the landscape through vibrations. Image: REUTERS/Peter Andrews Ford has developed a prototype smart car window that lets blind people “see” the passing landscape. The “Feel the View” prototype, which was developed with Italian startup xyz, uses vibrations to give blind and visually impaired passengers a sense of the scenery outside. The smart window…

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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has vetoed SB 315, the awful computer crime bill that would have threatened independent #Security research

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has vetoed SB 315, the awful computer crime bill that would have threatened independent security research Deal issues 2018 veto statements May 8, 2018 VETO NUMBER 1 – HB 354 House Bill 354 reconstitutes the Georgia International Maritime Trade Center Authority (GIMTCA) as a public corporation and instrumentality of the state.  The Authority created by HB 354 is made up of appointments by each member of the Georgia General Assembly who represent a portion of Chatham County, the County Manager of Chatham County, the City Manager of…

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Oh really? Who did it then, Rudy?

Oh really? Who did it then, Rudy? top scoring links : conspiracy submitted by /u/TheKolbrin [link] [comments] **The conspiracy subreddit is a thinking ground. Above all else, we respect everyone’s opinions and ALL religious beliefs and creeds. We hope to challenge issues which have captured the public’s imagination, from JFK and UFOs to 9/11. This is a forum for free thinking, not hate speech. Respect other views and opinions, and keep an open mind.** **Our intentions are aimed towards a fairer, more transparent world and a better future for everyone.**

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Equifax breach exposed millions of driver’s licenses, phone numbers, emails

Equifax breach exposed millions of driver’s licenses, phone numbers, emails Just the fax, ma’am — Equifax breach exposed millions of driver’s licenses, phone numbers, emails 17.6 million driver’s license numbers, thousands of ID images stolen in breach. Sean Gallagher – 5/8/2018, 8:13 AM Smith Collection Gado/Getty Images On May 7, executives of Equifax submitted a “statement for the record” to the Securities and Exchange Commission detailing the extent of the consumer data breach the company first reported on September 7, 2017. The data in the statement, which has also been…

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Current BCN pump is a sophisticated pump and dump.

Current BCN pump is a sophisticated pump and dump. Just want to shine some light on what’s happening with Bytecoin (BCN), as it is one of the more sophisticated pump and dumps. So let me first briefly tell you what happened. Earlier today BCN was trading at around 72 satoshi on both HitBTC and Poloniex, quickly increasing 30% when the news of the Binance listing came along. It opened on Binance at around 300 satoshi and over the past few hours the price has risen to 2320 satoshi on Binance,…

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#Israel Setting The Stage To Attack #Iran Over Phony Claims Of #Iranian Missile Threats

 #Israel Setting The Stage To Attack #Iran Over Phony Claims Of #Iranian Missile Threats Israel Setting The Stage To Attack Iran Over Phony Claims Of Iranian Missile Threats TOPICS:Brandon TurbevilleIranIsrael May 8, 2018 By Brandon Turbeville Over the past several days, Israel has been throwing its typical series of fits and tantrums both to its patron in Washington and to the “international community” that Iran may finally have the gall to defend itself. Of course, Iran’s possible actions are not presented as self-defense but as unjustified aggression and “hatred” of…

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Beyond Antitrust: Multiple Means of Exit

Beyond Antitrust: Multiple Means of Exit Beyond Antitrust: Multiple Means of Exit 2018-05-08 chrisshaw1993 Chris Shaw The triptych of industrial liberty, commons and democracy presented by the anti-monopoly crowd[1] presents an interesting strain of political economy that seems long-forgotten amongst much of modern discourse. To be honest the democracy part of the equation interests me little, seeing as the conception of democracy present in so-called liberal democracies seems to jump between majoritarianism, constitutions and common law liberties in a trichotomous deluge of nonsense, with any sort of semblance of “democracy” being…

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