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    [–] National Trust members narrowly vote against ban on trail hunting QuietCakeBionics 25 points ago in unitedkingdom

    'Accidents' (live animals being chased and or killed) in trail hunting happen very often.

    More info on Drag hunting, ‘Clean boot’ hunting and Trail hunting here

    [–] National Trust members narrowly vote against ban on trail hunting QuietCakeBionics 7 points ago in unitedkingdom

    I think you were supposed to have gotten a paper slip in the post. Lots of people are saying they didn't on the National Trust social media accounts though and weren't notified of the vote. They have 6 million members and 60k voted apparently.

    [–] National Trust members narrowly vote against ban on trail hunting QuietCakeBionics 8 points ago * (lasted edited 9 hours ago) in unitedkingdom

    Here are the numbers

    People do care but they are mis-informed, they think it's all completely banned and illegal. Also, it sounds like there were some issues with the National Trust getting the vote forms out to members. Lots of people saying they didn't receive any info about it on social media.

    [–] National Trust members narrowly vote against ban on trail hunting QuietCakeBionics 11 points ago in unitedkingdom

    How about a campaign with the same emotional intensity over the conditions of factory farmed animals first eh?

    We can't care about all of it?

    [–] The boomerang nebula - the coldest known place in the universe at 1 degree Kelvin (-457F) but still 🔥 QuietCakeBionics 7 points ago in NatureIsFuckingLit

    Here's a good piece explaining:

    'Based on new information from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), a series of radio telescopes in the Atacama desert of northern Chile, researchers think that the Boomerang nebula is so cold because a smaller companion star threw itself into the heart of a larger red giant, causing most of the red giant's matter to be ejected as an ultra-cold outflow of gas and dust.

    This is the first time that scientists have been able to achieve precise calculations of the nebula's age, mass, and kinetic energy.

    "These new data show us that most of the stellar envelope from the massive red giant star has been blasted out into space at speeds far beyond the capabilities of a single, red giant star," says lead researcher, Raghvendra Sahai, an astronomer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

    "The only way to eject so much mass and at such extreme speeds is from the gravitational energy of two interacting stars, which would explain the puzzling properties of the ultra-cold outflow." '

    https://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-can-finally-explain-why-the-boomerang-nebula-is-colder-than-space-itself

    [–] What are your favorite post-apocalyptic books, and why? QuietCakeBionics 1 points ago in books

    My favourite so far is probably The MaddAddam trilogy by Margaret Atwood and I like The Stand by Stephen King. Love most of your list too op. Always on the lookout for more post apocalyptic fiction too.