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Sylvia Earle's Mission Blue II + TED = Ideas to Tackle World's Most Pressing Ocean Issues

Brilliant ideas were backed by practical solutions to ocean issues on Mission Blue ll, a TED held aboard the National Geographic Lindblad ship Orion in the South | All about water, the oceans, environmental issues

from VentureBeat

FlipOver calls on social entreprenuers to tackle world's most serious problems

is a crowd funding and crowd sourcing platform that empowers social entrepreneurs to create change in communities around the world.


Double-amputee surfer 'Red No Legs' to tackle world's best waves

Double-amputee surfer ‘Red No Legs’ to tackle world’s best waves Read more at

from Live Science

Computers Plus Crowds Could Tackle World's Toughest Problems

The world's most dire problems, such as climate change and global conflicts, could be solved using a combination of human and computer intelligence, researchers say.

from mirror

Mount Everest: Picture of bottleneck as climbers queue up to tackle world's highest peak

Climbing Everest | Climbing-Everest-this is just bloody ridiculous. There needs to be less climbers on Everest, NOT more!


Karlie Harmon is the quarterback of her youth tackle football team in a Heads Up Football league. Yes, Karlie is a girl, but that has not stopped her from joining the all-boys tackle football team. She wants to be noticed for her hard work, not her ponytail. Karlie has shown the world that hard work pays off. Off the field, Karlie carries that same work ethic through her work with Wounded Warrior Project. Karlie was selected as a finalist for the Together We Make Football contest.

from BuzzFeed

Which Animal Matches Your Personality?

Which Animal Matches Your Personality? You got: Wolf You are driven and focused. You can tackle almost any problem that comes your way, and welcome a good challenge. You always have your eyes on the prize, and will achieve much just through patience and perseverance.


Wusthof Classic Ikon 8-Inch Bread Knife, Black by Wusthof. $69.95. Compound tapered blade is laser tested for sharpness and the correct cutting angle. High carbon German no stain steel. Comfortable partial bolster gives protection while allowing you to sharpen the entire blade. Contoured handles fit nicely in your hand for a comfortable secure grip. Made in The Cutlery Capital of the World Solingen Germany. Tackle that crusty italian loaf of bread with the Wusthof Cl...

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