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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

30 May - RSS SnapShot! Pt I

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A new study released today shows that renewable energy has off set an increase in green house emissions in 2010. Were it not for renewable energy, green house gas would have increased towards the 1990 level. Although that was a European study, ...
By JUERGEN BAETZ The operators of Germany's electricity grid said Wednesday the country must invest about (EURO)20 billion ($25 billion) in new transmission networks over the next decade as the nation abandons nuclear power and uses more renewable ...
Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
Rick Snyder said Tuesday he has serious doubts about requiring Michigan utilities to produce 25 percent of their electricity from renewable sources by 2025, saying it's too early to set such an ambitious goal. Snyder told The Associated Press he hasn't ...
By James Paton on May 29, 2012 Australia's A$200 million ($196 million) renewable energy venture capital fund is set to unveil its first two investments in the solar and biofuels industries by the end of September. Southern Cross Venture Partners, ...
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The Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden, dedicated this month, will instruct visitors about healthy eating and ecological practices. Photo by Jared Lazarus / Duke Photography Durham, NC - Visitors will get a better taste of where our food comes from and ...
The Daily Galaxy (blog)
In a Canadian fjord scientists have found a landscape similar to one of Jupiter's icy moons: Europa, consisting of a frozen and sulphurous environment, where sulphur associated with Arctic bacteria offer clues for the upcoming missions in the search ...
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By Warren Kagarise The state Department of Ecology requested input from citizens as officials evaluate the city-developed plans for land along Issaquah Creek and Lake Sammamish. The updated Shoreline Master Program is designed to guide construction and ...
From this vessel, divers with The Washington Department of Ecology's contractor are making underwater preparations to raise the sunken craft. credit: Washington Department of Ecology An aerial view of Penn Cove where the derelict fishing vessel, ...
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They will happen in a city that has been an enormous part of the history of water polo. The first set of water polo rules were developed by the London Swimming Club, the city's Crystal Palace Plunge was the site of the first organized match using these ...
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EXCLUSIVE: A SNEAKY water tax will take $56 off every Victorian household for environmental projects that don't exist. The Baillieu Government is budgeting to gouge $117 million next year for an environmental contribution levy - a 67 per cent jump.
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The Bottled Water Production industry went into decline in 2006-07 due to unfavourable climatic conditions, a mounting community backlash against the environmental impact of bottled water and the most savage recession in the United Kingdom for half a ...
ZDNet (blog)
By Zack Whittaker | May 30, 2012, 8:31am PDT Summary: Apple's chief executive Tim Cook appears to have poured cold water over suggestions the next iPhone will have a larger screen. Strangely, he outright said it. On air. Live.
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