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Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

Thomas is an Oregon-based environmental advocate, a lover of the outdoors, and has an at times unhealthy obsession with chickens.
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Study: Horses Are Able To Understand Human Emotions

Horses were first domesticated 6,000 years ago in the grasslands of Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan [1] and have played a huge role in human history. For countless centuries, horses were the quickest way for humans to get from point A to point B. Today, there are more than 9 million horses in the USA alone. […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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10 Perfect Places In North America To Live Off The Grid

Visit a social media platform like Instagram or Facebook and search the words “off-grid” and you’ll probably find a lot of accounts talking about the benefits and drawbacks of living off the grid. People choose off-grid living to simplify their lives and to be more eco-friendly. Some do it just to prove that in a […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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What Would It Look Like If Birds Left Tracks In The Sky?

If you were to sit outside on a clear day, you would undoubtedly see numerous birds flying about – some individually and some in flocks. To the untrained eye, it may seem as though the flight patterns of these birds is random and without meaning, but a closer look reveals that birds flying overhead are […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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This Shelter Cat Got Solitary Confinement For Helping Other Cats Escape

Employees at the Friends for Life Animal Shelter in Houston, Texas have been encountering a unique problem for the past several months: the door to the shelter’s senior cat room kept mysteriously opening, allowing the cats inside to wander around the shelter. What was going on? Was it an inattentive worker, a ghost, or something […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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Never Trip Over A Tent Rope Again With These Glow In The Dark Tent Ropes

I’m an avid camper. It’s one of my favorite outdoor activities year-round. Winter camping, summer camping, it’s all great! I love getting outside for the fresh air, the hikes, sleeping under the stars, meeting new folks on the trails, and the time spent away from my electronic devices just taking it all in. But I […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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7 Deadly and Often Unnoticed Signs of a Stroke

Strokes are highly prevalent; in fact, someone has a stroke every 40 seconds (1)!  Furthermore, every four minutes someone dies of a stroke, and more than 795,000 people per year will have a stroke(1), the statistics are staggering.  The prevalence of stroke, combined with the debilitating and life-altering effects such as paralysis, vision problems, memory loss, […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate

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11 natural phenomenon caught on camera that you won’t believe aren’t photoshopped

Our planet is a strange and wondrous place full of amazingly beautiful scenery all across it. There’s still so much to be discovered in the world, however, so sometimes when we see these incredible natural phenomenon we find it hard to believe they’re real. Natural Phenomenon That Look Like They Couldn’t Be Real Especially since […]

Thomas Nelson

Thomas Nelson

Environmental Advocate