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To find out the age of dolphins, ask their poop

This article was originally featured on Hakai Magazine, an online publication about science and society in coastal ecosystems. Read more stories like this at hakaimagazine.com. Scat. Guano. Dung. Poop. Everybody makes it, and scientists love it—because once you get past the smell, feces can be a treasure trove of information. Scientists already use scat to track the health […]

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Private-equity-backed firm buys up crematoriums and funeral homes to cash in on Europe’s aging population. ‘It’s an infrastructure play’

Europe’s shrinking population has long raised concerns about its economic prospects. Governments are seriously worried about it. Elon Musk has raised alarm about the trend. But for some, it’s turning into big business. Private-equity-funded Funecap Idf SAS has spent around €1 billion ($1.1 billion) to buy more than 300 crematoriums and funeral centers mainly in Europe,

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Understanding the Factors That Affect Workers’ Compensation Costs for Your Greenhouse

Proper cleanup to prevent safety hazards | Hortica As a greenhouse business owner, you’re always looking to manage your costs. That includes examining your sales figures, inventory, and employee wage structure against other factors such as rising inflation and insurance.   At Hortica, I work with companies across the horticultural and floral industries. Some owners know

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Introducing ChatGPT As The Antihero

Guiding Students On The Ethical Use Of ChatGPT In the present digital epoch, education has undergone a transformative revolution due to technological advancements, providing abundant prospects for learning and collaborative endeavors (Montenegro-Rueda, et al., 2023). The ethical use of ChatGPT could be a noteworthy innovation serving as a potent resource for students by granting them

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3 Cryptos with Huge Potential

The dynamic crypto market presents us with new opportunities regularly. In 2024, certain cryptocurrencies stand out for their potential to deliver significant returns.  The crypto market offers several alternative investment opportunities for Bitcoin. PawFury, Ripple, and VeChain are three coins attracting investors’ attention due to their unique features and promising growth potential.  The Quest of

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Market Dip Opportunities: Unexpected Altcoins to Buy

As the market takes a downturn, savvy investors turn their attention to lesser-known cryptocurrencies that possess great potential. Despite popular choices often dominating headlines, there are still undervalued coins that might yield significant returns. With the bull run of 2024 in full swing, identifying these opportunities is crucial for those looking to capitalize on the

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This millennial-founded Chinese company scored a $6 billion valuation selling mystery toys. Now it wants to cash in on America’s cuteness craze

Tiny toys are a big business in China. So big, in fact, they’ve propelled one Beijing-based company to a staggering $6.3 billion valuation, and made its founder a billionaire three times over. Pop Mart, founded in 2010 by now 37-year-old Wang Ning, has kickstarted a mystery-toy boom in China. The company’s “blind boxes” conceal the

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A group of college kids may have just figured out how to get leaf blowers to shut up

Suburban dwellers hoping to sleep in on the weekend might want to thank a group of engineering students from Johns Hopkins University. Four undergraduates designed a new leaf blower silencer that quiets the otherwise raucous piece of machinery.  The four designed the product as part of their senior capstone in the university’s Whiting School of

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