Monthly Archive: April, 2013

Badger cull given the green light

    `Now, the VERY next time this happens,’ said a gruff and suspicious voice, `I shall be exceedingly angry. Who is it THIS time, disturbing people on such a night? Speak up!’… Continue reading

Forecasting Armageddon

Sustainability is the buzz word of our generation. With global human population on the rise, food shortages, natural disasters, and conflict are setting in. Oxford University’s Future Of Humanity institute published a study this… Continue reading

£430,000 on the face of nature

A cure for cancer, an aphrodisiac, an antioxidant cleanser. The rhinocerous horn has been renown in traditional Asian medicine for centuries, although evidence for its actual medicinal properties is, in fact, nil. Despite this, the… Continue reading

Review: Sensational Butterflies

Living in London has it’s advantages. The Natural History Museum annually host the Sensational Butterflies exhibit, allowing hundreds of exotic specimens to literally fly into your face. Unfortunately, the organisers appear to have… Continue reading