Posts byChastity Mansfield

Proceed with Caution

No matter what kinds of bells and whistles we add to our cars, we’re unable to make driving any safer, as we must always deal with other drivers. We must trust our instincts, and obey traffic laws in order to make our travels as safe as possible, but there is never any guarantee. Driving defensively
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The Fiat 124 Spider is a Steal

In a collaborative effort the Fiat 124 Spider and Mazda MX-5 Miata share much of the suspension, steering and chassis features.  These two cars are nearly identical in size and both are made to be great two-seater roadsters that you would want to drive on every road.  While the Miata has always been about fun
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Trump on Obama’s first year: “I think he’s doing a really good job… He’s totally a champion.”

Trump supporters always point to the theory of political evolution when they discuss why the man who financially supported the campaigns of Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Hillary Clinton can now be considered a conservative. They also point to his understanding of people and business in their reasons to believe that he has good judgment.
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It’s not Seaweed. It’s a Sea Dragon.

When it comes to self-defense in the animal kingdom, they have three choices: fight, flee, or hide. Many animals, particularly predators, are able to fight their way out of situations. Others rely on speed to get away from predators. Then, there are those who simply don’t get seen, whether they’re hiding in a protected area
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The American mastodon’s extinction might not have been humanity’s fault

For the longest time, humans have been blamed for hunting the American mastodon, an ancient relative of the modern elephant, to extinction. However, new radiocarbon dating of fossils from North America suggests that the American mastodon’s extinction predates human colonization of the continent, according to Motherboard. “There’s this prevailing idea that as soon as human
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Evidence suggests that dolphins are sensitive to magnetism

Scientists have been interested in magnetoreception, the ability of living organisms to perceive magnetic fields, for the quite some time. Ever since its discovery, numerous different species have been identified which possess the ability to sense direction and navigate using Earth’s magnetic field. Sea turtles, honeybees, spiny lobsters, and several migratory birds all possess a
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Mount Fuji: Japan’s iconic volcanic mountain

Mount Fuji is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Japan. It’s hard to imagine the sprawling metropolis of Tokyo without picturing the towering volcano in the background. It is one the “Three Holy Mountains” in Japan, is recognized by the government as both a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and a Historic Site, and
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Scientists have discovered a “plant language”

Scientists at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), in a very surprising discovery, have found a new form of plant communication that allows them to share an extraordinary amount of genetic information with each other. This discovery opens the door to a completely new area of science that explores plant, for lack
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The FWS is phasing out neonicotinoid pesticides and GMOs

Two non-profit organizations have been filing countless lawsuits, legal petitions, and administrative actions to stop the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) for the last decade. Why? In order to stop the FWS from using genetically engineered crops and bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides in national refuge farming programs. Using genetically engineered crops and bee-killing pesticides
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Ten images of Yosemite National Park

The Yosemite National Park is a 750,000 acre testament to the beauty of nature. The granite cliffs, raging waterfalls, and groves of giant sequoias come together to form a landscape that looks like it was hand crafted by God himself. Abraham Lincoln himself set the land aside for preservation in what was the first such
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Tesla Makes Environmentalists Happy

It should go without saying that friends of the environment love Tesla. The automaker is championing the green world weather it wants to or not. As environmental technology continues to push forward into everyday life, a green car like the various Tesla models are appealing to a good chunk of the masses. Of course, most
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Adorable Husky Pup Tries to Howl

This isn’t a new video, but hopefully it’s new to you. This adorable little husky puppy, 20 days old, lays on her master and tries to participate in the good ol’ act of howling. There may be no moon, but at least there’s a coach helping her practice her instinctive skills. Check it out:
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Green Incarceration

There’s a jail that’s as green as they come in… wait for it… the San Francisco Bay area. Santa Rita Jail has all of the qualities of a top-notch environmentally friendly build: solar energy, wind energy, fuel cells, and batteries that charge at night during low-consumption periods. The combination is turning into some money savings
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Circle of Life

Not ever picture has to be of a particular place or creature to make it on WeHeartWorld. This symbolic representation is apropos for autumn, so we thought it would make a good addition to the site. From the moment we are born, we start dying. As crazy as that sounds, even as we’re growing up,
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