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The innate teleosemantic attraction clashes with the individuation of the personality.

These “pacemakers” were called “poltergeists” by Jean-Pierre CHANGE in Neural Man in 1983. This alleged “daring” is not without risk, as our work suggests that it poses a risk of sudden and unexplained death. an infant who sleeps three-quarters of the time in “paradoxical” and agitated sleep. This topic, just mentioned, should be clarified later, …

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Hedgehogs, squirrels, birds… Without food and dehydrated animals also become victims of fires

Under the tile, where the swifts make their nest, the temperature hits the thermometer. 40 ° C and more is the daily norm of broods at the moment. To get out of this furnace, the chickens rush into the void before they can take off. Or they fall too close to the edge of the …

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MAP. With an unprecedented number of fires and deforestation, Occitania sees a threat to its biodiversity.

Since June, 80 fires have occurred in Occitania, during which 7,000 hectares of forest burned down. In conditions of severe drought and scorching temperatures, fires are more frequent, stronger and have consequences for the environment. 80 fires in less than two months. 7,000 hectares of forest burned to the ground. Summer is not over yet, …

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market or laboratory, what is the origin of the virus?

Hinathea Chatal 1 hour ago 5 minutes Wuhan High Security Biological Lab or its famous wild animal market… we finally know the origin of SARS-CoV-2! The origin of Covid-19 has spawned the wildest theories. The conspiracy theory, very popular all over the world, suggests that this the virus was created artificially in a biological laboratory …

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Climate change could exacerbate more than half of infectious diseases

GREAT BRITAIN – A new in-depth study shows that climate change could exacerbate more than half of known human infectious diseases. This very exhaustive review of the literature refined the data and reduced the number of cases to 3213, establishing an association between 286 infectious diseases and specific risks associated with climate change. Of these, …

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