Of course our government cannot really tell us the truth about things like "weapons of mass destruction," or the true costs of various wars and occupations, or the size of the CIA's budget, because we're so silly and can't be trusted to understand. Turns out, we can't be told anything official about the cancer risk, or not, of numerous chemicals that permeate our soil, water and some of our daily products.
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Not so fast with biofuels. That's the warning from two British researchers.
Lots of talk around the American capital today on the topic of global warming. The CO2 emissions from various political factions and lobbyists alone could raise the global temp another degree or two.
Can Copenhagen lead to some kind of global agreement?
Courtesy: ITER, the fusion coalition.Comspiracy freaks are gonna love this.
Those wild-eyed optimists over in Europe actually think they might come up with a scheme that would have the U.S.
Laser chamber. National Ignition Facility, Livermore.
That stuff in your drinking water could be detected if we applied a little green tech. Sensors, digitally linked, could alert water drinkers in Ohio, Texas, Florida, Maryland and other atrazine-rich habitat.
GM seeks another bailout, from Europe.
That is, nothing is going to happen at the United Nations when world political leaders meet on climate change. Whether you see global warming as man-made, part of a natural cycle or junk "science," there is little danger that anything will be done on an international scale.