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Movies’ Biggest Winners And Losers In 2014, So Far

From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already. View this image &...

2015 Razzie Nominations: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ & ‘Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas’ Top The List

Tomorrow will see the nominations revealed for the Academy Awards, which celebrate the best in film, and as is custom, the nominees for the Golden Raspberry Awards -- the very worst in film -- were announced today. Tying for the lead with 6 Razzie n...
by Geeks of Doom on Jan 15, 2015

It’s all about the variation, stupid

It is one of my long-suffering ecological quests to demonstrate to the buffoons in government and industry that you can’t simply offset deforestation by planting another forest elsewhere. While it sounds attractive, like carbon offsetting or...
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 11, 2015

Nazi-Bred Cows Are Too Ferocious To Farm

Turns out resurrecting cows' extinct ancestor may not be such a great idea…...
by Cnet Analysis on Jan 6, 2015

Help Hawaii’s hyper-threatened birds

You wouldn’t want to be a bird in Hawaii. There are more avian species threatened with extinction there than anywhere else in the USA. Before humans arrived, some 70+ species have become extinct, and 31 are listed as threatened with extinction.
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 5, 2015

Top 10 – Worst Films of 2014

Putting together a list of worst films of a year is often the easiest and most fun to do. I am not even going to lie, it is the easiest list to sort out. The really bad films still leave a bad taste in your mouth months later just seeing the title. I...
by Lets Go To The Movies on Jan 1, 2015

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXVII

Here are the last 6 biodiversity cartoons for 2014 because, well, why not? (see full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here). – Filed under: biodiversity, cartoon, climate change, conservation Tagged: Anthrop...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 30, 2014

WRITTEN IN BLOOD SCREAM QUEEN OF THE MONTH-JANUARY, 2015-SOPHIA MYLES

There are those times when you see someone; then again there are those times when you see someone. The first time I saw Sophia Myles was her role as Erika in Underworld (2003). The first time I saw Sophia Myles and recognized her for … Cont...
by Written in Blood on Dec 28, 2014

Influential conservation papers of 2014

Another year, another arbitrary retrospective list – but I’m still going to do it. Based on the popularity of last year’s retrospective list of influential conservation papers as assessed through F1000 Prime, here are 20 conservatio...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 21, 2014

I FIND THE DAMNED TO BE BARELY TOLERABLE

THE DAMNED-United States-87 Mins. 2013 Directed by Victor Garcia Screenplay by Richard D’Ovidio Story by Richard D’Ovidio and David Higgins The Damned (formerly Gallows Hill) is one of those ‘you didn’t heed my warning and now...
by Written in Blood on Dec 20, 2014

Perception and the Institutional Image Part 1

This masteral paper is submitted by Arch Ian Jay Bantilan as part of the Course Curriculum Development under Prof Arch. Jonathan Manalad. Masteral Paper: Perception and the Institutional Image 1 All that glitters is not gold; often have you heard ...

The Most Facebooked Movies and TV Shows of 2014

As Christmas approaches and the year draws to a close, Facebook has revealed the “most Facebooked” movies and TV shows of 2014 as part of its Year in Review, and it will come as little surprise that Frozen and Game of Thrones have topped...
by Flickering Myth Movie Blog on Dec 16, 2014

Survival

As the day approaches for the release of my third book, Survival, I find the tension building. In this sequel to Extinction, the Roberts family still strives to survive and to find other survivors, but are they winning? Every effort … Continue...
by Second Wind Publishing on Dec 9, 2014

Psychological toll of being a sustainability scientist

Like many academics, I’m more or less convinced that I am somewhere on the mild end of the autism spectrum. No, I haven’t been diagnosed and I doubt very much that my slight ‘autistic’ tendencies have altered my social capaci...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 7, 2014

25 Hot Christmas Toys for Boys to Tweens

25 Hot Christmas Toys for Boys to Tweens Looking for a list full of gift ideas for boys? Well, look no further. Here are some of my favorite Christmas toys for boys! 25 Top Hot Christmas Toys for Boys affiliate links 1. Zoomer Dino 2. Transformers Ag...
by Crazy About My Baybah on Dec 6, 2014

Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss XXVI

Here are 8 more biodiversity cartoons (with a human population focus, given recent events) for your conservation-humour fix (see full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’ compendia here). – Filed under: biodiversity, ca...
by Conservation Bytes on Nov 3, 2014

Native American Harvests

Many people believe buffalo was the primary foodstuff for Native Americans, but that is only a stereotype. Most Native Americans had a bountiful, healthy diet during good years, and preserved food for winter use and bad times. Some tribes grew their...

Resident Evil 3: Extincion (2007) DVDRip

Sinopsis: Tercera entrega de la saga ‘Resident Evil’. En esta ocasión nuestra heroína, junto con los supervivientes de la catástrofe acontecida en la ciudad de Raccoon, deben atravesar el desierto de Nevada con la esperanza de llegar a Alaska,...
by Peliculasmas.com on Oct 20, 2014

It’s not all about cats

If you follow any of the environment news in Australia, you will most certainly have seen a lot about feral cats in the last few weeks. I’ve come across dozens of articles in the last week alone talking about the horrendous toll feral cats have...
by Conservation Bytes on Oct 20, 2014

Honest Trailers - Transformers: Age of Extinction! [video]

When Transformers: Age of Extinction was release the faithful few decided to give it a shot and see it (mostly for the DinoBots ... which were hardly in the film). Unfortunately, the masses who thought the movie would once again be horrible were...
by Realm Beyond Sight on Oct 16, 2014


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