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    Green Police Commercial ?Hits Home? For San Francisco Mayor

    Jackson West NBC News Tuesday, February 9, 2010 Audi’s “Green Police” Super Bowl ad was clearly out to mock environmentalist fervor — and it hit close to home in greener-than-thou San Francisco. One moment in particular resonated with San Franciscans:*A man standing at a sink prepares to...
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    Just 16 Ships Expel as Much Pollution as All the Cars in the World

    E. Huff Natural News Saturday, Dec 26th, 2009 Large shipping vessels have become commonplace in today’s global marketplace as goods are imported and exported across the world. While the high levels of pollution they create are something that most people don’t think too much about, some...
  3. CASPER

    Gas could be the cavalry in global warming fight

    An unlikely source of energy has emerged to meet international demands that the United States do more to fight global warming: It's cleaner than coal, cheaper than oil and a 90-year supply is under our feet. It's natural gas, the same fossil fuel that was in such short supply a decade ago that...
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    The EPA Steps In To Regulate Greenhouse Gases In Case Of Cap And Trade Failure

    Tyler Durden Zero Hedge Tuesday, Dec 8th, 2009 Goldman’s tentacles are smart, and know all about contingency planning. With so much of the firm’s future strategy contingent on Cap And Trade derived profits, the firm is hedging for a downside case scenario. The attached presentation by the...
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    Cap and Trade 101 - What is it?

    What is Cap and Trade? The goal: To steadily reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide in a cost-effective manner. The cap: Each large-scale emitter, or company, will have a limit on the amount of greenhouse gas that it can emit. The firm must have an “emissions...
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    Ngc 6960

    NGC 6960 The west end of the Veil Nebula is known as the Witch's Broom (NGC 6960). It lies approximately 1,400 light-years away towards the constellation Cygnus. (3-inch Orion EON 72 refractor at f/11.4, Orion StarShoot III monochrome CCD camera, Hydrogen-alpha/Oxygen-III/Sulfur-II image with...
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    The Future of Evolution: What Will We Become?

    The past of human evolution is more and more coming to light as scientists uncover a trove of fossils and genetic knowledge. But where might the future of human evolution go? There are plenty of signs that humans are still evolving. However, whether humans develop along the lines portrayed by...
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    NASA to begin attempts to free sand-trapped Mars rover

    NASA will begin transmitting commands to its Mars exploration rover Spirit on Monday as part of an escape plan to free the robot from its martian sand trap. Spirit has been lodged at a site scientists call "Troy" since April 23. "This is going to be a lengthy process, and there's a high...
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    Freaking Out over Global Warming

    Robert Murphy Campaign For Liberty Tuesday, Nov 10th, 2009 One of the ugliest battles in the blogosphere climate wars has involved the newly released Superfreakonomics, sequel to the best-selling Freakonomics. In their new book’s final chapter, economist Steven Levitt and journalist Stephen...
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    What?s Behind the False Flag Flu Emergency?

    Bill Sardi Lew Rockwell.com Tuesday, Oct 27th, 2009 On Friday I stood before an audience in Phoenix, Arizona and attempted to shock them with something similar to a repeat of Orson Welles’ War Of The Worlds radio broadcast, a 1938 Halloween night radio announcement that said, in a series of...
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    Another Dissenter: Atmospheric Scientist Dr. Tim Coleman rejects ?hysteria? of global

    Dr. Tim Coleman AlabamaWx.com Friday, October 23, 2009 Global warming, or what is now often reffered to as global climate change, is one of the most polarizing issues of our time. In this article, I will attempt to explain the basic physics of global temperature changes, how we are...
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    Europa ocean may contain enough oxygen to support life

    The global ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa contains about twice the liquid water of all the Earth's oceans combined. New research suggests that there may be plenty of oxygen available in that ocean to support life, a hundred times more oxygen than previously estimated. The chances for life there...
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    Doug Casey on Global Warming

    Lew Rockwell.com Friday, Oct 9th, 2009 Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator L: [Phone rings. It’s Doug Casey, whose gravelly, "Lobo, let’s talk!" always makes me smile.] Hi Doug! What’s on your mind? Doug: Global warming. People like my fanatical neighbors here in...
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    Quantcast Oceans on Ancient Venus, Study Suggests

    Venus may once have been more Earth-like, with volcanic activity and an ocean of water, a new map of the toasty planet's southern hemisphere suggests. The map comprises over a thousand individual images, recorded between May 2006 and December 2007 by the European Space Agency's Venus Express...
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    NASA Scientists Ask: Is Life Possibile on Saturn’s Moon, Enceladus?

    2008-12-20 NASA scientists are exploring the possibility that microbial life exist inside Enceladus, where no sunlight reaches, photosynthesis is impossible and no oxygen is available. Until the two Voyager spacecraft passed near Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn, in the early 1980s...
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    Apple cider vinegar: amazing stuff!!!

    Apple Cider Vinegar In all likelihood, you have a bottle of sparkling clear apple cider vinegar in your kitchen. Most probably you have also heard of all the health benefits of this wonder vinegar . You use it for marinating the meat, chicken and fish. Almost all the salads that you make...
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