More evidence of growing antagomism toward bottled water. Here's an academic's blog on why you should not use bottled water.
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Sixteen American spy agencies combined their intelligence to report to the nation on global warming...as a security threat.
File this one under Law of Unintended Consequences. Everything you do will have some environmental effect you cannot forsee.
Are utility hackers the new new security threat? Al Qaeda shutting off power to Manhattan in the middle of a tradin day on Wall Street?
That's the conclusion of the Environmental Working Group (EWG). I guess if you want to kill your own stomach worms you should eat plenty of peaches, unwashed preferably.
Investigations following the East Anbglia hacking show data cover-up for years.
A new study by scientists in Britain suggests that climate change theory needs to carefully re-examine the assumptions about changes in the earth's orbital position in relation to the sun. This study says the issue of the earth's position is crucial in determining long-term effects and climate change trends.
Slowly the depth, or rather height, of the American coal ash problem is leaking out of the political closet. Now one U.
With a more-than-passing nod to Rachel Carson's environmental classic, SILENT SPRING, an American scientist has just publihsed a book on the advancing of spring in North Amerrica. It's now a cou-ple weeks earlier than it used to be when Racehl was alive.
This story has everything: suspense, victory, tragedy and a cliff-hanger. We still can't be sure how it's going to turn out.