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Igloos An igloo, which means “house” in the Inuit language, is a traditional, dome-shaped Eskimo dwelling with a low tunnel entrance constructed of blocks of snow placed in an ascending spiral. Although igloos are commonly associated with the Inuit, they were predominantly constructed by people of Canada’s Central Arctic and Greenland’s Thule area. What is a kudlik, and how did it help strengthen the structural integrity of igloos? More… Discuss


Igloos

An igloo, which means “house” in the Inuit language, is a traditional, dome-shaped Eskimo dwelling with a low tunnel entrance constructed of blocks of snow placed in an ascending spiral. Although igloos are commonly associated with the Inuit, they were predominantly constructed by people of Canada’s Central Arctic and Greenland’s Thule area. What is a kudlik, and how did it help strengthen the structural integrity of igloos? More… Discuss

this pressed: Obama hits at companies moving overseas to avoid taxes – The Washington Post


The Obama administration took action Monday to discourage corporations from moving their headquarters abroad to avoid U.S. taxes, announcing new rules designed to make such transactions significantly less profitable.

via Obama hits at companies moving overseas to avoid taxes – The Washington Post.

Don’t Like Eating Yoga Mats? Avoid These Brands… | Care2 Healthy Living


Don’t Like Eating Yoga Mats? Avoid These Brands… | Care2 Healthy Living.

The Environmental Working Group just released an extensive list of almost 500 food products and over 100 brands that make use of the unwelcome chemical. View the entire list here, or check out some of the more recognizable offenders listed below:

America’s Choice

Arnold

Betty Crocker

D’italiano

Drake’s

Earthgrains

Entenmann’s

Essential Everyday

Fiber One

Fleischmann’s

Freihofer’s

Healthy Life

Jimmy Dean

Little Debbie

Marie Callender’s 

Nature’s Own

Pillsbury

Sara Lee

Shoprite

Smucker’s

Sun-Maid

Sunbeam

Tyson

Village Hearth

Weight Watchers Smart Ones

White Castle

Wonder

Aside from the aforementioned brands, ADA also lurks in many fast food chains, like Starbucks, Wendy’s, McDonald’s, and Burger King. The harmful chemical is banned in Europe and Australia, as it can cause respiratory illness in large quantities, but merely regulated to 45 parts per million here in the US. Check out the movement to ban it all together.

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/dont-like-eating-yoga-mats-avoid-these-brands.html#ixzz2uqxMsXU0

 

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