Going meatless is a great way to green your Thanksgiving. But meat-lovers have long mocked the idea of vegetarians replicating their most indulgent creation, the turducken—until now. Meet the veggieducken.
Bill Keller on the Catholic Church, Timothy Noah on the new silent majority, Megan Greene on Greece, Jennifer Rubin on Mark Sanford, and John Harris on vegetarianism.
Discovered: Tick bites can lead to red meat allergies; networking gets you farther ahead in the US job market; scientists develop ways to extract CO2 from the atmosphere; too much light at night can cause depression.
Discovered in Green: Not all glaciers are melting into oblivion, death by pollution, eating meat is good for humanity, and we need new, different pine trees.
Scientific American on predicting tornadoes and hurricanes, Time on climate change and natural disasters, The New York Times on a Hawaiian nature preserve, Tara Parker-Pope on going vegan, and Mother Jones on the BP oil still out there
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