The Daily Populous

Sunday September 16th, 2018 morning edition

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The island is composed of ash from incinerated trash, pulverized nonburnable trash and processed sewage sludge, along with real soil.

The area is part of a site roughly 1,000 hectares large sprawling southward from Odaiba, the artificial island facing central Tokyo.

When it’s complete, the western half will be made of soil and will support a terminal for shipping containers.

One corner of this oasis of trash that’s already nearing completion is Umi no Mori (Groves on the Ocean).

“It will give birth to an area of trees that are planted and cared for by Tokyoites, making a beautiful forest.”.

In the Edo Period (1603-1868), before the era of mass production, Japanese people recycled much of what they used.

In 2015, some 5,000 tons of bottom ash was used as a substitute for clay in the production of cement. »

Prosecutor: Border Patrol agent went on 2-week killing spree; 4 women dead

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Cuellar said investigators have "very strong evidence" that he is responsible for the deaths of the four women working as prostitutes.

One of the victims was a transgender woman, said Webb County District Attorney Isidro Alaniz.

Ortiz was a 10-year veteran of the Border Patrol. U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a statement saying that it was fully cooperating with the investigation. »

EU to stop changing the clocks in 2019

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European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc on Friday announced that the EU will stop the twice-yearly changing of clocks across the continent in October 2019.

Bulc said EU member states would have until April 2019 to decide whether they would permanently remain on summer or winter time.

The most beautiful clocks in Europe Zytglogge clock tower in Bern When it comes to clocks, Switzerland is a must. »

3 Signs You Started as a Girl!

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You have a set of male or female sex chromosomes, but the distinction doesn’t kick in until your hormones enter the picture, he explains.

“Without production of these hormones, men don’t lactate, although they definitely could in the presence of these important hormones,” Bribiescas adds.

When male hormones enter the picture, though, the tissue is fused together, leaving a scar that runs from your anus, over your scrotum and up the penis. »