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"Do Polar Bears Get Lonely?" is the 3rd compilation of readers' solutions to the questions within the 'Last observe' column of "New Scientist", the world's best-selling technology weekly. Following the exceptional good fortune of "Does whatever devour Wasps?" (2005) and the much more spectacularly profitable "Why do not Penguins' toes Freeze?" (2006), this most up-to-date assortment features a bumper crop of clever and lovely solutions by no means sooner than noticeable in ebook shape. As ordinary, the easiest questions usually have the main complicated solutions - whereas a few that appear the knottiest have extremely simple reasons. "New Scientist"'s 'Last note' is frequently voted the magazine's most well liked part because it celebrates all questions - the trivial, idiosyncratic, baffling and unusual. This all-new and eagerly awaited choice of the simplest back offers renowned technology at its so much unique and enlightening

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Sulfur is responsible for some of the smelliest substances known, from the brimstone stench beloved of vulcanologists and the rotten-egg smell of hydrogen sulfide to the potent secretions of the skunk. Geoffrey Chaucer made a comment on alchemists of the fourteenth century in his own inimitable way: Evermore where that ever they gone Men may hem ken by smell of brimstone; For al the world they stinken as a gote … Paul Board CHEESE SCRUB Mold has always been a menace on my blocks of Gouda and Edam cheese, which I store under a cheese cover.

If you have a fridge that is more than fifteen years old, you would save money by throwing it away and buying one with dual compressors and ten-centimeter (about four-inch) insulation, rather than the more standard five centimeters (about two inches). These fridges last twenty years and save you about $13 a month for that period, a total of $3,120. I laugh when I see people with a really old fridge in the cellar which they use to chill beer, consuming a thousand watts at a cost of about $35 a month.

Ceridwen Fitzpatrick If all plants and animals have common DNA ancestry, then perhaps we are all vegetarian as vegetaris. Or if we are all also vegetables, maybe the world is awash with cannibalism. Or perhaps vegetarians can eat their neighbors without feeling too much guilt. By the “common DNA” logic this is no more or less cannibalistic than eating a radish. The only solution to all these dilemmas would be for every creature to subsist purely on nonliving minerals and nutrients. Nonhuman animals, however, are unlikely to stop eating what they want.

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