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Golf Skateboard Aims to Rejuvenate 'Old Man's Sport'

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December 18, 2013
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A golfer at at the Malibu Golf Club in Malibu, California rides the four-wheel-drive lithium battery-powered GolfBoard, offering players an alternative to walking or riding in a golf cart. It gives riders the sensation of surfing or snowboarding.


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Skateboarding Goat, Tightrope Walking Dog Win Guinness World Records

Skateboarding Goat, Tightrope Walking Dog Win Guinness World Records

Buzz60 (Sep. 12, 2013) Guinness World Records is announcing its 2014 list of winners, and some super cute animals made the cut this year. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has a look at a goat who can skateboard, a dog who can tightrope walk and the world's smallest dog.
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Forget Fetch, Norman the Dog Rides a Scooter

Forget Fetch, Norman the Dog Rides a Scooter

AP (Feb. 7, 2013) Forget the water skiing squirrel, Norman the dog can ride a tricycle, a skateboard and a scooter. This renaissance dog does it all.
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Crane Project Brings Compromise to Israeli Bird Debate

Crane Project Brings Compromise to Israeli Bird Debate

Reuters (Mar. 17, 2013) Farmers and environmentalists in Israel have united to create a man-made ecosystem designed to protect migrating cranes and the farm crops they like to eat. Called the Crane Project, it's an idea that aims to satisfy both sides of an environmental debate while also attracting eco-tourists to the Hula Valley wetland where the iconic birds gather.
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India: E-Waste Recycling by Hand Common Among Delhi's Waste Pickers

India: E-Waste Recycling by Hand Common Among Delhi's Waste Pickers

Deutsche Welle (Apr. 22, 2013) From household waste to old electronic parts - India's refuse problem has reached alarming proportions. The rag pickers of Delhi sift through rubbish dumps with their bare hands in the search for electronic waste that they can resell. The process is harmful both to the individuals involved and the environment. A German-Indian project aims to relieve the situation.
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