Back in high school chemistry I was taught that water is the "universal solvent." Now it seems to be the universal solution.
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I took these pictues in the driveway of a home in Dulwich, South London, Britain. The car is called the Gee-Whiz i.
A2B, courtesy Ultra Motors.This is the A2B, as in "gets you from A to B.
The Met Office (which is English English for their Meterological service) has developed a new computer model for predicting short-term effects of global warming. Their findings: the really hot times won't begin until after 2009.
There's a new air war being fought in Britain. This time it's not prop fighters and German bombers.
perhaps because protestors at Heathrow are out to stop the airport's planned expansion. British police say they're ready to deal with nationwide protests against what is seen as weak British government action to curtail greenhouse gases emission.
A German community is not just encouraging bicycles, it's avoiding cars. Peddlers in this part of Freiburg don't go door-to-door, they're the residents coming out of the doors.
One of the frequent comments I hear from informed folk who've gone to the trouble to look at what we know about past climate cycles on earth: the hot and then the ice age, they come and go. That's true.
Will the island nation of Maldives disappear? Even Rupert Murdoch's Sky TV has reported on the uncertain future of the low-lying islands.
Don't fret, it's not happening in the US. We're too busy trading in our old cars and worrying about our creduit cards.