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This article is reproduced with permission from Climate Central. The article There are two main surfaces that power the urban heat island effect - roofs and streets (just look at any city using satellite mode in Google Maps).
If children are lucky their secondary school will teach 'food technology' and if they're luckier, they'll get to turn ingredients into real dishes. The headmistress of my (all girls) school decided two years before I got there that she needed a physics lab more than a domestic science kitchen - and had it converted accordingly. I can In exasperation I sent the teacher an article about the pizzeria in Naples that had won the coverted best pizzeria prize several times.
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Politics Derail Science on Arsenic, Endangering Public Health Cooking rice by repeatedly flushing it through with fresh hot water can remove much of the grain's stored arsenic, researchers have found—a tip that could lessen levels of the toxic substance in one of the world's most popular foods. Billions of people eat rice daily, but it contributes more the arsenic burden of their rice.” This article is reproduced with permission and was first published on July 22, 2015.
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