PLN Daily 10-11-2011   Leave a comment

Students find way to use forestry slash piles

Living in orchard and wine country of the Okanagan, some members of the PNN team are very familiar with “slash” piles. These are unsightly piles of forest harvesting refuse. After a stand of trees is harvested, the stumps and other woody debris not useful for the sawmill are collected and typically burned in place late in the fall or early in the springtime. Students have found a way to turn the waste to practical use.   Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Tests show how higher vibration influences infants

Scientists have discovered that a basic sense of fairness and altruism appears in infancy. Children being born today exhibit a higher level of vibration and awareness. Babies as young as 15 months perceived the difference between equal and unequal distribution of food, and their awareness of equal rations was linked to their willingness to share a toy.  Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Computer program could save whales

Researchers at the University of Montreal have developed a computer program that enables regulators to evaluate the ecological and economic tradeoffs between marine mammal conservation, whale watching and marine transportation activities in the Saint Lawrence Estuary.   Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Parental fears inhibit active children

Another article today discusses the evidence that higher vibration does raise a lower vibration in children. Similarly, a separate study shows lower parental vibration, shown as fear for a child’s safety during playtime, can equally impact a child’s development but negatively.  Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Star shift recorded by students

In the Pinwheel Galaxy some 21 light years from Earth, a supernova beams brightly, out-shining its cosmic neighbors and causing a stir among starwatchers.Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

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