Saturn (and Earth) as You've Never Them
the mechanical disintegration, splitting or break-up of rock by the pressure of water freezing in cracks, crevices, pores, joints or bedding planes.
By 2050, the number of working-age people available to support each person 65 or older will decline by half worldwide.
Teacher/physician Dr. Mike Evans extols the many health benefits of walking, and issues a simple challenge: “can you limit your sitting and sleeping to just 23½ hours a day?”
Kind of hard to argue when you put it that way…
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