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  • Man dies after bidding to eat 50 eggs to win Rs2,000 bet

    11/05/2019 10:53:12 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 64 replies
    Gulf Today ^ | 04 Nov 2019
    Police said that Yadav had accompanied his friend to the Bibiganj market area to eat eggs but suddenly an argument broke out between the two and they decided on a challenge of Rs2,000 for eating 50 eggs. Subhash accepted the bet and began eating eggs. He ate 41 eggs and just when he started eating the 42nd egg, he collapsed and fell unconscious. He died hours later.
  • Dinosaur eggs point to the global Genesis Flood

    10/10/2019 8:08:23 AM PDT · by fishtank · 20 replies
    Creation Ministries International ^ | 10-10-2019 | Michael Oard
    Dinosaur eggs point to the global Genesis Flood by Mike Oard 10-10-19 The first well-known discovery of dinosaur eggs was in Mongolia during the early 1920s. Then in the 1970s, Marion Brandvold found more dinosaur eggs, a few even containing embryos, in Montana, USA, at a 9-metre-high hill called ‘Egg Mountain’. This was later excavated by famous dinosaur paleontologist John Horner and colleagues. Researchers have now discovered eggs on almost all the continents of the world (figure 1). New egg sites are found each year and the estimated number of fossil dino eggs is in the millions. The best-known sites...
  • Are eggs good or bad for you? New research rekindles the debate

    10/04/2019 7:52:21 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 141 replies
    www.statnews.com ^ | March 15, 2019 | Lindsey Tanner
    The latest U.S. research on eggs won’t go over easy for those can’t eat breakfast without them. Adults who ate about 1½ eggs a day had a slightly higher risk of heart disease than those who ate no eggs. The study showed the more eggs, the greater the risk. The chances of dying early were also elevated. The researchers say the culprit is cholesterol, found in egg yolks and other foods, including shellfish, dairy products and red meat. The study focused on eggs because they’re among the most commonly eaten cholesterol-rich foods. They can still be part of a healthy...
  • Cuba launches widespread rationing in face of crisis

    05/11/2019 5:08:19 AM PDT · by C19fan · 52 replies
    AP ^ | May 10,. 2019 | Michael Weissenstein and Andrea Rodriguez
    The Cuban government announced Friday that it is launching widespread rationing of chicken, eggs, rice, beans, soap and other basic products in the face of a grave economic crisis. Commerce Minister Betsy Díaz Velázquez told the state-run Cuban News Agency that various forms of rationing would be employed in order to deal with shortages of staple foods. She blamed the hardening of the U.S. trade embargo by the Trump administration. Economists give equal or greater blame to a plunge in aid from Venezuela, where the collapse of the state-run oil company has led to a nearly two-thirds cut in shipments...
  • Whitehall teen charged with stealing Canada goose eggs

    04/23/2019 8:39:51 AM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 52 replies
    NBC4i ^ | April 23, 2019 | Ted Hart
    WHITEHALL, OH (WCMH) -- A Whitehall teenager is due in court Tuesday morning on charges that he stole eggs from the nest of a Canada Goose. Andre Teague, 18, was holding a rolled up shirt in his hands when police stopped him early in the morning of April 17. When he dropped the shirt, two large eggs fell out and hit the pavement. Police had received a call earlier that morning of a man hitting a goose. On police bodycam video, Teague initially says he got the eggs from the grocery store where he works. Police say he eventually confessed...
  • The Surprising Ingredient Grandma Used For Unbeatable Coffee

    08/11/2018 2:57:40 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 83 replies
    MSN Lifestyle ^ | August 11, 2018 | Lauren Cahn
    If your family's from the Midwest (especially Wisconsin or Minnesota, both of which have a significant Scandinavian-rooted population), you might remember your grandma boiling up big, big batches of what she called Scandinavian coffee (or perhaps Norwegian or Swedish coffee, if she wanted to get specific). If she was making it for a church get-together, she might have called it church basement coffee and brought along one of these heavenly potluck dishes. But what was that secret-ingredient coffee that Gran made? If you peeked in the percolator, you might have seen it. The secret ingredient in Scandinavian coffee Eggs! They...
  • World's first no-kill eggs go on sale in Berlin

    12/22/2018 5:52:43 AM PST · by Bon mots · 65 replies
    The Guardian - US Edition ^ | December 22, 2018 | staff
    Scientists can now quickly determine a chick’s gender before it hatches, potentially ending the need to cull billions of male chicks worldwide. The world’s first ever no-kill eggs are now on sale in Berlin after German scientists found an easy way to determine a chick’s gender before it hatches, in a breakthrough that could put an end to the annual live shredding of billions of male chicks worldwide. The patented “Seleggt” process can determine the sex of a chick just nine days after an egg has been fertilised. Male eggs are processed into animal feed, leaving only female chicks to...
  • Monthly Cooking Thread - July 2018

    06/28/2018 4:06:28 PM PDT · by Jamestown1630 · 164 replies
    I’ve become very interested in Italy lately, and am especially drawn toward the Sorrento Peninsula/Amalfi Coast area. Searching for recipes from the region – and continuing in the interest of finding ways to use all of those squashes that are beginning to burgeon in your gardens - I found a recipe for Spaghetti alla Nerano. This is a pasta dish that comes from the fishing village of the same name, and uses fried zucchini. I found the recipe on a beautiful website dedicated to Italian cooking: ‘Memorie di Angelina’. Frank Fariello has done an amazing job with this blog, which...
  • Prelude to a Long Holiday Weekend

    05/24/2018 5:48:18 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 2 replies
    MOTUS A.D. ^ | 5-24-18 | MOTUS
    I have a few unrelated thoughts ahead of the upcoming Memorial Day weekend which for many will start tomorrow. 1. Having a child makes you a parent for the rest of your life, but that doesn’t mean you need provide room and board to said child for the rest of your life. “The Children Are Our Future” was not intended as a threat.2.  “Scientists” have now declared that if you drink just one additional glass of wine per week over and above what they’ve determined to be good for you, you will shorten your life by 30 minutes. Pretty precise...
  • 207 million eggs in nine states recalled over salmonella fears

    04/14/2018 10:42:55 PM PDT · by blueplum · 56 replies
    CNN via MSN ^ | 14 Apr 2018 | Faith Karimi
    A farm in Indiana is recalling more than 200 million eggs sold in nine states over salmonella fears. Rose Acre Farms voluntarily recalled 206,749,248 eggs due to potential contamination with Salmonella Braenderup, the Food and Drug Administration said in a statement. At least 22 illnesses have been reported so far, the FDA said Friday. The eggs were sold through retail stores and restaurants. They reached consumers in ...
  • New York Times Covers Liberal Culture War Over Fire Spoon Eggs

    03/29/2018 10:07:33 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 45 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | March 28, 2018 | P.J. Gladnick
    So what is driving liberals into an insane rage nowadays? The easy answer is President Donald Trump. However the more discerning among you would know that the subject of fire spoon eggs has caused an almost inconsolable rift among liberals with each side raging angrily at the other. The chronicler of this liberal civil war is one New York Times writer named Kim Severson whom we last met in 2014 writing up the obituary of Chick-fil-A founder, S. Truett Cathy, by describing him as a "symbol of intolerance." Now she is covering the liberal cultural war over fire spoon eggs. Her...
  • Eggs-traordinary! Photos show man cracking open a giant egg only to find ANOTHER inside

    03/06/2018 10:02:43 AM PST · by mairdie · 25 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 6 March 2018 | Emily Pidgeon
    This is extraordinary moment a farmer cracked up a huge egg to find another hidden inside. The egg the size of an adult hand was found at a family farm at Kairi, 82 kilometres south-west of Cairns, northern Queensland. Stockman's Eggs owner Scott Stockman told Daily Mail Australia their free range egg collector 'Zippy' made the mind-boggling discovery.
  • These Food Products Are Considered “Healthier” For Kids By The Food Industry

    01/06/2018 6:32:48 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 16 replies
    Buzzfeed ^ | January 6, 2018 | Stephanie M. Lee
    In response to criticism over its role in the childhood obesity epidemic, the food industry vowed to only run TV ads for “healthier” foods to kids. Critics say the industry’s self-imposed rules don’t do much beyond giving them good publicity.Whether Tony the Tiger is declaring Frosted Flakes “grrreat” or a manic bird is going “cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs,” food commercials remain mainstays of after-school TV even as childhood obesity has become a health crisis. For the last decade, the food industry has defended those ads in part by saying its products are relatively healthy — according to nutrition criteria it...
  • 'Snake egg' mystery leaves experts scrambling after Australian school's discovery

    01/03/2018 6:54:47 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 9 replies
    guardian ^ | Tue 2 Jan ‘18 03.27 EST | Michael McGowan
    It’s a mystery as hard to grab hold of as the slippery serpents supposedly at its centre: were the 43 unidentified eggs found in a sandpit at a school on the New South Wales mid-north coast snakes, or something less sinister? Snake social media went into meltdown on Tuesday when reports emerged that wildlife rescuers had been called in to remove a dozen mystery eggs from a sandpit at a school near the coastal town of Laurieton, 350km north of Sydney. The eggs caused a stir when they were widely reported as belonging to one of Australia’s deadliest reptiles, the...
  • 12 States Are Trying To Take A California Egg Law To The Supreme Court

    12/05/2017 10:26:43 AM PST · by DFG · 16 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 12/04/2017 | Gabrielle Okun
    Twelve states are trying to take a California egg law to the Supreme Court, according to a lawsuit filed Monday. A dozen states filed the lawsuit Monday to block a California law requiring any eggs sold in the state must come from hens that have enough space to stretch out in their cages, reported The Associated Press. This law has cost consumers up to $350 million annually due to the higher egg prices, according to the Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley. The states suing are Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah and Wisconsin.
  • 13 states launch new legal challenge to California egg law

    12/04/2017 4:42:48 PM PST · by Mariner · 67 replies
    AP via KCRA (Sacramento) ^ | December 4th, 2017 | Unattributed
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — More than a dozen states banded together Monday to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to block a California law requiring any eggs sold there to come from hens that have space to stretch out in their cages. In a lawsuit filed directly to the high court, the states allege that California's law has cost consumers nationwide up to $350 million annually because of higher egg prices since it took effect in 2015. The lawsuit argues that California's requirements violate the U.S. Constitution's interstate commerce clause and are pre-empted by federal law. A federal appeals court...
  • Amazing Fossils Found in Flood Deposits

    12/04/2017 8:25:06 AM PST · by fishtank · 28 replies
    Creation Evolution Headlines ^ | December 4, 2017 | David F. Coppedge
    Amazing Fossils Found in Flood Deposits December 4, 2017 | David F. Coppedge Flood geology explains these unique fossils like slow-and-gradual geology cannot. Hundreds of Flood-Deposited Pterosaur Eggs Found It’s all over the news: several hundred well-preserved pterosaur eggs have been uncovered in China, buried by ‘storms’ (floods). Details and photos can be found here:
  • Hundreds Of Eggs From Ancient Flying Reptile Are Found In China

    11/30/2017 4:24:22 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 49 replies
    npr ^ | November 30, 20173:55 PM ET | Merrit Kennedy
    A cache of hundreds of eggs discovered in China sheds new light on the development and nesting behavior of prehistoric, winged reptiles called pterosaurs. Pterosaurs were fearsome-looking creatures that flew during the Lower Cretaceous period alongside dinosaurs. This particular species was believed to have a massive wingspan of up to 13 feet, and likely ate fish with their large teeth-filled jaws. Researchers working in the Turpan-Hami Basin in northwestern China collected the eggs over a 10-year span from 2006 to 2016. A single sandstone block held at least 215 well-preserved eggs that have mostly kept their shape. Sixteen of those...
  • Teens kill endangered birds, setting back conservation efforts 10 years

    07/11/2017 11:48:51 AM PDT · by DUMBGRUNT · 35 replies
    jacksonville.com ^ | 5 July 2017 | Brittany Lyte
    That gruesome sight in December 2015 soon became a crime scene, one that eventually implicated six students and recent graduates of a prestigious Honolulu prep school whose alumni include former president Barack Obama. While on a camping trip the night before the hiker’s arrival, authorities alleged, the boys and young men had hiked to the Ka’ena Point Natural Area Reserve and mercilessly slaughtered at least 15 Laysan albatrosses, federally protected birds that have been the focus of a 26-year-long conservation effort. Nearly a dozen of their eggs were crushed; six other eggs failed to hatch due to the death of...
  • Ever Wonder Why Eggs Are Shaped Like Eggs? Scientists Say They've Figured It Out

    06/22/2017 8:51:26 PM PDT · by DUMBGRUNT · 85 replies
    NDTV ^ | 23 Jun 2017 | Ben Guarino
    But the universe of wild bird eggs is far weirder and more diverse than the oval products on the supermarket shelf. Hummingbirds lay eggs shaped like Tic Tac mints - "perfect little ellipses," per ornithologist and evolutionary biologist Mary Stoddard. Sandpiper eggs come to peaks, in the manner of teardrops. Owls plop out tight spheres not unlike ping-pong balls ... scientists linked egg shapes to birds' flight behavior. Stronger fliers, such as swallows, had elongated or pointy eggs. Birds that couldn't fly so far or fast had rounder, more symmetric ones... Aristotle, said Douglas G.D. Russell, curator of the egg...