Bestlink Travel in 2021
Nintendo Switch Deluxe Zelda Link Travel Case, Premium Hard Case Made with KoSkin Leather Embossed with Zelda Breath of the Wild Art, Designed to Protect Switch's Analog Sticks, Bonus Multi-Game Cases
Paladone The Legend of Zelda Link Travel Mug - Hylian Shield Design Commuter Coffee Cup
- ICONIC DESIGN: Featuring sleek iconic artwork from one of the most influential video games ever made, this Legends of Zelda Link Travel Mug is just the thing for premium geek enjoyment and style.
- UNIQUE COLLECTOR'S ITEM: The Nintendo Legend of Zelda Link Travel Mug is an exciting novel addition to any collection, whether for a gamer or someone in the classic Legends of Zelda series fandom.
- ON THE GO: Perfect for early morning meetings, work, or camping, the Legends of Zelda Link Travel mug will keep all your beverages cold and hot all day long.
- CONVERSATION STARTER: Whether you’re an avid water, tea, or hot beverage drinker or simply a Legends of Zelda fan, this travel mug will sure to catch eyes wherever you are!
- OFFICIALLY LICENSED: The Nintendo Legend of Zelda Links Travel Mug is an Officially Licensed Nintendo product. Product not suitable dishwasher or microwave use.
Manhattan Toy Links-to-Go Car Seat and Stroller Travel Accessory Set
- 13-piece baby travel toy accessory is part of Manhattan Toy's baby collection
- Use links to hang small baby toys from carriers, strollers, cribs, and diaper bags
- Held together by a master "S-Hook," the 12 colored links are also great for teething
- Custom S-shaped hanging link is designed so toys face toward baby
- Links meet CPSIA & California prohibitions of phthalates in toys
co2crea Hard Travel Case for Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer (Ash White Case + Inside White)
- co2crea Hard Travel Case for Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer
- The case is shockproof dustproof and water resistance, protect your favorite device from bumps dents and scratches
- Material: EVA,
- For sale is case only (device and accessories are not included)
UPPAbaby G-LINK Travel Bag with TravelSafe
- Multiple handles allow for TravelBag to be carried by hip or over shoulder
- Durable, luggage-grade 600 denier bag can be rolled up for easy storage and travel
- Includes TravelSafe Program
- Removable shoulder strap
TP-Link N300 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router - WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR802N)
- Pocket sized Wireless N router Travels effortlessly
- Quickly create a secure Wi Fi hotspot to Share with family and friends; External Power Supply 5V/1A
- 300Mbps Wi Fi speed on 2.4G hertz band for lag Free video streaming and online gaming
- Compatible with Chrome cast
- Micro USB port for Powering via an external adapter or USB port
- Suppots Router, AP, Client, Repeater and WISP operation modes
- Pre Encryption function sets initial SSID and password Protection.Antenna Type:On-Board
- Industry leading 2 year Warranty and unLimited 24/7 technical Support
- Extend existing Wi Fi to improve signal strength and maximize Coverage; Operating Temperature: 0℃~40℃ (32℉~104℉)
Brappo Hard Travel Case for Fujifilm Instax Mini Link Smartphone Printer (Ash White)
- The shell is made of PU, covered with durable EVA, with shock-absorbing, pressure-resistant, impact-resistant and waterproof materials, which can provide sufficient protection against impacts, scratches and splashes.
- The printer storage box has velvet inside to protect the device and other film bags. No more worrying about damaging expensive photo printers and film.
- The included wrist strap is easy to carry, so you can carry this suitcase comfortably at any time. You can hold or hang it on your backpack to make traveling easier.
- The smooth zipper is easy to open and close, and the fully opened zipper helps you open the bag anytime, anywhere.
- Note: The sale is just a situation, excluding equipment! !
TP-Link AC750 Wireless Portable Nano Travel Router - WiFi Bridge/Range Extender/Access Point/Client Modes, Mobile in Pocket(TL-WR902AC)
- Travel Sized Design : Conveniently Small and light to Pack and Take on the road, creating Wi Fi network via Ethernet
- Dual Band AC750 Wi Fi – Strong, fast connection for HD streaming on all Your devices
- One Switch for Multiple Modes : Perfect for Wi Fi at Home, Your hotel room or on the road
- Flexible Power – Micro USB port to an adapter, Portable charger or LAPTOP
- Industry leading 2 year Warranty and unLimited 24/7 technical Support
Executive High class Cufflink Case & Ring Storage Organizer Men's Jewelry Box Gift (Crow) by decorebay
- Convenient and practical with storage space for 2 watches and 4 padded rows for cufflinks and rings
- Snap closure keeps watches, rings and cufflinks in place and inner felt lining prevents scratches
- Removable watch pillows allow extra space to store small jewelry and accessories
- Travel friendly and an easy fit for any luggage or carry-on
- Case Measures 8 by 3.75 by 3.5 inches
Lonely Planet Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks (Travel Guide)
Researchers Find Direct Link Between Honeybee Deaths and Pesticide
There has been evidence that commonly used seed coating pesticides are killing massive numbers of honeybees each year, yet the EPA has not moved to restrict practices that allow the toxin to become airborne.
COMMENTARY: When we have a widespread phenomenon like Colony Collapse Disorder, it's natural to think that there is a single cause that we can pinpoint. If we find evidence of a parasite killing honeybees in one area, but no signs of similar parasitic infection in honeybees dying off at another location, the tendency is to rule that out as the singular cause of the rapid decline of honeybees in the United States. It's 1970's tobacco company logic: even if smoking does cause lung cancer, you can't prove it caused your lung cancer so we are not liable.
We know of several widespread factors that can decimate honeybee hives. While none is singularly responsible for all the lost hives, together, the causes of the recent widespread loss of honeybee hives are responsible for the death of roughly one third of all the remaining honeybees in the United States each year.
In 2020, the EPA knew that insecticidal coatings used to protect corn and soy seeds. In an EPA report relating to an investigation of a colony collapse incident in Germany, the EPA said that the destruction of honeybee colonies "would be expected if a large amount of any chemical that is toxic to bees was blown into the air on a dry, windy day next to blooming canola fields for which thousands of hives were providing pollination services." They noted that in the particular case in Germany, pesticide treated seeds were planted by a machine that incidentally blew very fine pesticide residue powder into the air as it planted seeds. The pesticide was intended to stick to the seeds, but much of it rubbed or was blown off during planting.
So we knew then, in 2020, that practices common in the United States, as well as Germany, under some conditions, would result in wholesale die-offs of honeybees and the loss of large numbers of hives and even complete colonies, just as we knew that smoking caused cancer in the 1970's as much as big tobacco wanted to deny it. Now, we have the smoking gun.
According to a report published in the scientific journal PloS One, a group of Purdue researchers responding to reports of widespread honeybee deaths occurring around the time of corn planting season, took samples from the bees, nearby pollen sources, soil in the area and other possible sources of contamination and found that clothiandin, the same seed coating pesticide found to have killed the German bees years earlier, "was found on all the dead and dying bees we sampled, while the apparently healthy bees we sampled from the same locations did not contain detectable levels of clothianidin. Atrazine and metolachlor were also found, providing further evidence that these bees were foraging near agricultural fields; as these herbicides are commonly applied prior to or during maize planting."
The Purdue report even identifies common practice of using talc in planting equipment as a primary vector for the dispersal of clothiandin into the air and that nearly all of the non-organic corn planted in the United States each year is treated with the poison prior to planting. Corn is planted, the researchers note, on 37.5 million hectares of farmland in the United States, covering more land area than any other U.S. crop.
We know that the widespread occurrence of Colony Collapse Disorder in honeybees in the United States is caused by several factors and also occurs in areas where corn is not widely planted. Just because clothiandin and similar seed coating compounds are not killing all the dying honeybees, though, doesn't let those who use and make the chemical off the hook. Based on the evidence, clothiandin is a primary cause of large-scale honeybee deaths in certain regions of the United States. I'll also note that honeybees are not the only insect that feeds on or comes into contact with this contaminated pollen. Butterflies and many other beneficial insects are also directly impacted. The EPA must move to prevent the use of clothiandin and other nicotinoid seed coatings in ways that allows them to become airborne where they can contaminate the pollen of neighboring crops and wild plants, killing entire colonies of honeybees.