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Animals Adapt to City Life Better Than Humans

Humans are not changing much as they take to city life. Animals on the other hand are evolving rapidly. Anole lizards in Puerto Rico can walk across concrete because their feet have changed. Charles Darwin believed that evolution took thousands of years. This is not the case.

humans changing adapt city life. However, animals living cities evolving faster. Metabolisms little creatures running hot. In Puerto Rico, anole lizards travel across concrete changes their feet structure.

Charles Darwin did get wrong. Evolution not happen tens thousands years. It dynamic. Alterations rapid. PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) levels rise cities kill animals. mummichog fish quickly evolved survive poisonous chemical.

The shorter lifespan living organisms faster they evolve. A long-time resident cities European blackbird. It has developed more practical beaks songs. Moreover, their digestive system digest food scraps discarded people. Urban blackbirds longer migrate.

Mosquitoes London Underground have changed dramatically. They breed one-on-one, clouds mozzies sexual frenzy their forebears. No blood meal required eggs laid. Different rail lines have their own types mosquito.

Coyotes wander streets Chicago, going rooftops raise their young. New York mice longer succumb fatty foods thrown away humans. Because people kept alive modern medicine we hardly evolve all. Eating take away food not kill us age procreation.

Animals have adapted city life adjusting their behavior. According experts CREAF, capability assures success city possibility become “urbanite” animals. A comprehensive review published studies concludes urban environments, species often change their eating habits, lose their fear humans modify their way communicating.. Blackbirds city have changed their frequency singing, their distance flight their eating habits. /Daniel Sol

Of human-induced environmental changes, urbanization rapid drastic. While majority organisms not tolerate urbanization well, few there better ever. Why there important differences animals’ tolerance environmental change? A review article published journal Animal Behaviour shows animals have been successful cities are able adjust their behavior challenges involved living cities, find new sources food, avoid inconvenience caused humans communicate noisy environments. Urbanite animals know look new sources food, avoid inconvenience humans communicate despite noise.

According To Daniel Sol, Oriol Lapiedra Cesar Gonzalez, researchers CREAF, ability adjust behaviour changes associated urbanization widespread strategy determine survival species city. In many cases, adjustments reflect flexibility behavior changes occur rapidly often involve learning. In cases, animalbehavioral differences observed urban non-urban areas reflect evolutionary changes or, alternatively, individuals appropriate behaviors have been able establish themselves city. Regardless origin behavioral differences, review points behavioral changes essential survival individuals, especially establishment phase city.

Different solutions order adapt life city. common behavioral changes, according study, related food, ability communicate their relationship humans. In first case, large number studies show “urbanized” animals change their eating habits, incorporating their diet foods associated human activity (fruits ornamental trees, garbage, etc). This makes available much food extent they become sedentary species increase density become pests.

With regard human presence, they have been observed, animals coyote black bear-they change their schedule activity avoid contact humans; many others have lost their fear humans. This case doves, depend heavily food they given voluntarily people not don’t fear, but even learn recognize people give them food, blackbird, has shortened its flight distance order carry activities being disturbed people.

The noise cities has caused “urbanized” animals modify way they communicate. In cities, example, birds increase frequency their singing duration order avoid sound interferes city noise, usually low-frequency. Researchers highlight new skills animals take advantage contamination level cities.best examples bats birds have specialized able eat insects accumulate lights night. In cases has been observed birds sing odd hours artificial lights. These results have important implications conservation, urbanization main causes biodiversity loss.” Given expected process urbanization continue threatening biological diversity near future, there certain urgency improve understanding mechanisms behavior help animals cope environmental alterations,” alerts Daniel Sol, researcher CSIC CREAF.
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Only 10 Percent of Human Genes are Researched

Much is said about advances in gene research. Unfortunately, most is just a rehash of old stuff. For a decade we have been going nowhere. Only 10 percent of human genes are studied. The other 10 percent are thrown in the too hard basket. The 90 percent determine how we look, our intelligence, health and wellbeing.

new research suggests least 75 human genome junk dna trending latest sections tech health space environment humans physics nature politics society sections tech health space environment humans physics nature politics society follow facebook twitter instagram daily email rss feed company team contact privacy policy terms conditions © sciencealert pty ltd rights reserved goashape unsplash humans research suggests least 75 human genome junk dna we're something wrong peter dockrill jul 2017 least three quarters human genome consists non-functional junk dna according study proportion likely greater watson crick discovered double helix structure dna back 950s scientists debating extent genome responsible making – evolutionary biologist answer riddle lies basic math dan graur university houston calculates functional portion human genome probably constitutes percent overall dna upper limit 25 percent rest genome.

somewhere 75 90 percent dna – what's called junk dna necessarily harmful toxic genetic matter useless garbled nucleotide sequences functional terms encoding proteins spur important chemical reactions going bodies rationale graur's model based mutations creep dna species weed mutations benefit kinds genetic variants called deleterious mutations appear genome time subtly shifting reordering four chemical bases dna – adenine cytosine guanine thymine – parts genetic code mutations place junk dna considered neutral – genetic code anything anyway – mutations occur functional defining dna harmful ultimately lethal mess instructions code healthy tissue biological processes basis better evolutionary prospects less dna functional less exposed risk mutation increased chances early death invites graur's calculations given risk deleterious mutations survival species hand.

known stability population reproduction rates throughout human history – limit functional dna otherwise dangerous mutations would keep stacking meaning we'd produce impossibly huge numbers offspring percentage healthy bubs survive assumption 00 percent functionality range deleterious mutation rates used paper maintaining constant population size would necessitate each average produce minimum 24 maximum × 53 children writes paper course nobody creationists suggesting carry zero junk dna huge 2012 study called encyclopaedia dna elements encode project claim 80 percent human dna functional study controversial – partly scientists claimed encode definition functional broad graur's term – functional dna code evolved useful terms evolutionary effects – 80 percent figure add 80 percent human genome functional each world would beget average children would die fail reproduce writes likely 25 percent junk dna graur thinks unlikely last word subject – results coincide somewhat neatly findings separate 2014 study.

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Pig Wants Food From Tourists

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The Buying Problems With Online Only Kogan

Retail: Kogan is more expensive after dealing with return issues which are very common for this online only store. Noting it specializes in cheapies.
You may think that buying from Kogan's online store in Australia is wise because you can get some low priced bargains.  When all of the pitfalls are considered it is obvious that purchasing goods from Kogan is more expensive than getting similar goods from nearby retailers, even if they are $50.00 more expensive.  And that is all there is in it, say for a new laptop for example.  Note shipping cost!
Kogan with his cheap trash laptops
Go on, throw your cheap trash Ruslan!

If you get a faulty product from Kogan the company will make it extremely difficult to solve the problem.  They will not under any circumstances give a refund even though Australian consumer law is broken in the process.  They will insist that you pay the return freight cost with expensive tracking that will cost you at least $60 for a wonky laptop.

The best option is to pay with PayPal, always!  This is because PayPal has control over Kogan's bank account and can repay mistreated consumers whether Kogan says yeah or nay.  You can also take Kogan to the Small Claims Tribunal.

Furthermore, The company blatantly lies in its advertising.  There is no way the computers they sell will last 10 hours on a battery charge - they have the same specs as those with a 4 hour life in other stores.  If you set the display to full brightness, Kogan's factory settings override it and set it to dull down when you unplug the power lead.  The screen is so dark it is unusable for any computer work.

An official complaint is ongoing with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to make Kogan behave more appropriately to Australian consumers.  Why should trustworthy buyers have to put up with being taken for a ride by this self-proclaimed "greatest gift to Australia" artist?  I do not want to get personal, but I have an artist of a different type in mind!w
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Supermarket Bags Pollute the Ocean

Whether you use an "environmentally friendly" shopping bag or a standard one you are damaging the environment. They both take time to break down. Furthermore, the so called "safe" bags cause pollution during manufacture.

Australia's oceanic waters carry countless pieces of plastic bags, Marine creatures eat this debris and die. When plastic breaks down in sea water it becomes very tiny and is virtually invisible. These pieces gather up pollutants and become mobile destructors. The tinier the particles the more absorbent it becomes.

Researchers scooped up surface water from the ocean in coastal water all the way from Perth to Fiji and New Zealand. By observing the area of the net covered in plastic fragments they were able to codify amounts across a vast area. The average number of microplastic fragments was 4,000 per square kilometers. It went as high as 23,000 in some places. This was near highly populated cities.

Most of the items people use are made of plastic. Supermarket bags are the most prominent, followed by drink bottles. Plastic cups and discarded packaging.

Ocean currents also move the plastic into low populated sectors of the ocean. They build up "floating dustbin" regions that become permanent. Marine life is seriously affected. This will ultimately become a major problem for Mankind just as serious as climate change
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Trash into Fashion Called "Trashion" - The New Fad

Rubbish is being recycled. Thrown away plastic is being turned into articles that sell in Asia and the West. In Southeast Asia people are scouring rubbish tips for plastic which is turned into fashion products called "trashion".

The business in burgeoning in the West with designers using clothing, jewelry and even things for the home made of discarded plastic. Soft drink bottles, toothpaste tubes and detergent containers are sought after material.

A non-profit organization has been set up by Ann Wizer to buy trash from pickers and train people to make the "rubbish" into useful products. It generates employment and some of the income goes toward health and scholarships.
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