California is so full of Eucalyptus trees that they seem to be a natural part of the landscape.
The English term redwood seems to mean several related trees in the Sequoioideae subfamily.
It seems winter has arrived. Last night the freezing rain has turned into snow. It did start to melt in the daytime, but patches have remained.
One of the things that I truly and passionately hate is coin operated shopping carts.
The European rhinoceros beetle is one of the largest beetles found in Europe. It can grow up to nearly two inches long.
Today there was a solar eclipse visible in most of North America. While Americans got to witness a total eclipse, up here in Canada we only got a partial one. A lot of people have been preparing for the event … Continue reading
Today is Canada Day, and the 150th birthday of Canada. Happy 150th Canada!
WARNING: This is a rant, the language may be stronger than usual on this blog, it has to be taken with a pinch of salt, but not sugar! Yesterday I have just lost it while shopping for groceries. I was … Continue reading
Recently the TV Channel TVO has aired a documentary about the Cholesterol hysteria, and that is mostly based on faulty research. http://tvo.org/video/documentaries/cholesterol-the-great-bluff http://tvo.org/transcript/119768x/video/documentaries/cholesterol-the-great-bluff Of course I keep saying the the Cholesterol Hysteria is just that, hysteria. What kills you is … Continue reading
Comfort food is something one eats for pleasure. I don’t like sweets (never did) and for me comfort food is usually something spicy. As a Hungarian I do think that sausages make a great meal almost any time thus they … Continue reading
The 2017 Spring Canadian Pet Expo was held between April 14-16 at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario.
The grass eggar is a moth common all over Europe.
Gary Taubes talks on The Agenda with Steve Paikin about the harm caused by sugar consumption.
Happy New Year, everyone! The usual lentil soup to bring prosperity in 2017.