Midnight In The Desert — bombs

Bomb squad called in after ghost-hunting device left behind

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Bomb squad called in after ghost-hunting device left behind

It turns out a small black box with a dangling red wire and little blue light investigated by Windsor's bomb squad Tuesday isn't actually dangerous — at least to the living. The Windsor Police Explosives Disposal Unit were called to Mackenzie Hall around 7:15 p.m. to investigate a suspicious package. Police determined the package was "safe" and that there was no evidence of explosive material. Const. Andy Drouillard would not confirm whether a suspicious package in question was actually a ghost-hunting device that had been left behind. But the spokesperson for the Listowel Paranormal Society said that little black box...

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Thailand Begins Planting Millions of Trees by Dropping Seed Bombs

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Thailand Begins Planting Millions of Trees by Dropping Seed Bombs

(ANONHQ) As a result of deforestation, only 6.2 million square kilometers remain of the original 16 million square kilometers of forest that formerly covered Earth. Apart from adversely impacting people’s livelihoods, rampant deforestation around the world is threatening a wide range of tree species, including the Brazil nut and the plants that produce cacao and açaí palm; animal species, including critically-endangered monkeys in the remote forests of Vietnam’s Central Highlands, and contributing to climate change instead of mitigating it (15% of all greenhouse gas emissions are the result of deforestation). While the world’s forest cover is being unabashedly destroyed by...

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