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Fake news: How not to fall for it
News literacy often is not taught in school even though the skill is becoming more important than ever
SHEILA MULROONEY ELDRED
SEP 21, 2017 — 7:00 AM EST
Finding fake news isn’t as easy as this photo makes it look. SILVIA AND FRANK ESCHWEILER-ENGELSKIRCHEN/PIXABAY (CC0)
Amazing invention : Bubble-like water bottle you can eat 2017 new !!
" Bubble-like water bottle you can eat" INTRO: Ooho is an edible jelly-like sphere filled with drinkable liquid and made of natural, biodegradable materials that the makers hope could one day replace plastic bottles.
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G Active | The Making of Active Water
Published on Mar 17, 2017
What if your water was as active as you? What would it look like? To show it, we let our active water do the talking. Go behind the scenes to see water made active like never before. Introducing new G Active by Gatorade.
NASA Discovers 7 Earth-size Planets with Potential for Water around Star TRAPPIST-1 (2017-02-22)
Published on Feb 22, 2017
These Are the Forgotten Victims of the West's Drought
It's not just California. Nevada is suffering, too. Lack of rain and snow leaves farm fields and ranches dry and dusty, with reservoirs at record lows.
Plants grow out of dry ground that was once underwater near Boulder Beach in Nevada's Lake Mead National Recreation Area. If the levels of the lake continue to drop because of low snowmelt flowing into the Colorado River, the federal government could force cutbacks in water delivered to Nevada and Arizona cities.
PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN LOCHER, AP