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  • tommy b. 4 months ago
    today
  • tommy b. 4 months ago
    today
  • Gina L. 4 months ago
    I just found this today. It is from the Smithsonian magazine.
    Mouthwash and paint are not the only things pine needles are good for. Earlier this year, chemists at the University of Bath found that they could convert an organic compound found in pine trees called pinene (aptly named, as its responsible for producing that distinct scent), into a type of sustainable plastic through a four-step process, reports Alyssa Danigelis at Seeker.
    Read more: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/one-day-your-christmas-tree-may-be-turned-mouthwash-180971133/#e8XrjzghtjPmGtwU.99
  • tommy b. 4 months ago
    today
  • Dona E. 4 months ago
    We went to the Nutcracker play this year as a family this year as an experience and it was wonderful!
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