DURHAM, NC -- Homeowners living within one kilometer of shale gas wells appear to be at higher risk of having their drinking water contaminated by stray gases, according to a new Duke University-led study.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Some open-minded people can be swayed to support government intervention on climate change – but only if they are presented with both the benefits and the costs, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that those who were open-minded didn’t change their view if they heard arguments for only one side of the issue.
With the global warming comments on the European trip, and the continued intransigence of the House, wouldn't it be interesting if Obama nixed the pipeline and drew a line in the sand (no pun intended) on promoting carbon emissions from tar sands! This could be a huge wake up call and inflict major brain infarcts on the corporatists and crackpots who don't have to live downwind or downstream from these eco-disasters. Something radical must be done to put the brakes on this problem. Mr. Nice Guy will not work. These folks only respond to raw power--what good is it if you never use it?
An Order whose goal is to create a westernized financial and corporate hegemony for the benefit of the few, while dispossessing the 99% in the process.
Investigating a paper trail formerly assumed the discovery of important textual ‘evidence’ of malfeasance - such as invasion of privacy - “on the face” (surface) of what is written, but it is the discovery itself (with regard to the depths of access to ‘evidence’ or the jurisdiction over it) that is now under indictment. I have had no doubt that vast databa
I listen to your talk show in Chicago, IL on WCPT Radio. My ears perked up when you were talking about that the financial industry contributes now to 30% of US GDP and that this is creating a work imbalance in our economy – less labor jobs are being created and more money management (or “gambling”) jobs are becoming the way of our economy.