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World’s Healthiest Places To Immigrate To

World’s Healthiest Places To Immigrate To – Relocation Target

World’s Healthiest Places To Immigrate To – Relocation Targethttp://www.relocationtarget.com/worlds-healthiest-places-to-immigrate-to/If we look down this list of the top healthiest places in the world to immigrate to, you’ll see that it has a lot to do with the discipline instilled in the citizens rather as well as the healthcare facilities the countries provide and plenty of access to nature.

The Future is Near: Future Human

Future Human – Medium

Future Human – Mediumhttps://medium.com/s/futurehumanThree-person babies. Extreme biohacking. Outposts on Mars. Cheating death. The changing nature of life as we know it. The future portends to be amazing (and terrifying), and it’s right around the corner. Every week day in July, Future Human will explore the stunning scientific, technological, social and medical advances that are changing where and how we live. Cover Art: Simone Noronha.

IN PHOTOS: The Newly-Opened National Museum of Natural History in Ermita, Manila

IN PHOTOS: The Newly-Opened National Museum of Natural History in Ermita, Manila @ ClickTheCity Arts and Culture

IN PHOTOS: The Newly-Opened National Museum of Natural History in Ermita, Manila @ ClickTheCity Arts and Culturehttps://www.clickthecity.com/arts/a/34847/in-photos-the-newly-opened-national-museum-of-natural-historyLast Friday, May 18, the National Museum of Natural History finally opened its doors to the public, just in time for the celebration of International Museum Day. The structure used to be the building of the Department of Tourism before it was converted to what it is today. Through its completion, the people behind the museum hope that it will help Filipinos have a better understanding and appreciation for the country’s gift of nature. Just like the other buildings of National Museum, admission to the National Museum is free. It’s open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10AM to 5PM.

National Museum of Natural History @ Ermita, Manila

2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year awards

Winners and honourable mentions win big at the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year awards | DesignFaves

Winners and honourable mentions win big at the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year awards | DesignFaveshttps://www.designfaves.com/2017/11/winners-and-honourable-mentions-win-big-at-the-2017-national-geographic-travel-photographer-of-the-year-awards#refnlNational Geographic recently announced their winners for this year’s 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year and even the honorable mentions stood out. All of the winners came from the three major categories of the contest: Nature, Cities, and People. Sergio Tapiro Velasco was the big winner of the Nature Category with his stunning photograph of Colima Volcano’s eruption in Mexico which he entitled “The power of nature.”

Abandoned highway in Korea transformed into sky garden called Seoullo 7017

Abandoned highway in Korea transformed into sky garden called Seoullo 7017 | DesignFaves

Abandoned highway in Korea transformed into sky garden called Seoullo 7017 | DesignFaveshttps://www.designfaves.com/2017/10/abandoned-highway-in-korea-transformed-into-sky-garden-called-seoullo-7017#refnlAn abandoned highway in Seoul, Korea has been transformed into a truly inspiring “plant village” – a greener contrast to the noise and traffic in the busy streets below. The 983-meter long elevated walkway was first built in 1970 was only just recently renovated by the Dutch architectural firm MVRDV. The studio has also decided to call it the Seoullo 7017 is Korea – a name that acknowledges both years of work done on the highway. The sky garden is home to almost 24,000 plant species and also has shops, galleries, restaurants, and teahouses to boast. Pedestrian ramps were also installed as well as elevators and stairs for people to easily get off any exit they want. “Our design offers a living dictionary of plants which are part of the natural heritage of South Korea and now, existing in the city center,” Winy Maas of MVRDV explains. “The idea here is to connect city dwellers with nature.”

David Sedaris: ‘There are things nobody wants to hear. But the disturbing things are great’

David Sedaris: ‘There are things nobody wants to hear. But the disturbing things are great’ | Books | The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/jun/02/david-sedaris-interview-essayist-comedian?utm_source=esp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=GU+Today+main+NEW+H+categories&utm_term=228944&subid=19723158&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2The books interview: the dry-witted US essayist on how he went from working as an elf in Macy’s to becoming ‘the American Alan Bennett.’ There’s something about Sedaris’s writing: a flash of directness, even brutality, that threatens the social veneer; the reassuring feeling that of course he’s kidding, with the faint background feeling, “but not entirely”; the spreading realisation that he’s getting at something far more complex about human nature, absurdity and awkwardness.

11 Beautiful Japanese Words That Don’t Exist In English

Untranslatable words from Japan, the polite and nature-loving country.

by Marie Sugio @ theodysseyonline.com

In Japanese culture, people have a lot of appreciation towards nature and it is very important to be polite towards others. That politeness and the nature appreciation reflected on to its language and created some beautiful words that are not translatable to English.

7 bio-inspired inventions that are transforming medicine

by Brenda Lau & Luke Anthony Tan @ mims.com

In the past few decades, advances in technology and engineering have made it easier to observe nature and borrow ideas, and bioengineers such as Jeffrey Karp, a leader in bio-inspired medicine and bio-mimetic medicine, are looking towards nature for solutions to scientific problems.

Here, we take a look at 7 bio-inspired inventions.