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Arizona Republic

The traditional icons of Arizona miners are picks and shovels, but a new project could harvest copper from deep underground without moving a spade of dirt using hundreds of pumps that send acid underground to dissolve the copper minerals, then suck t

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Google Earth broke new ground (new water?) when they took the world of virtual-earth-exploring oceans. Of course, the oceans are kind of big. They fill up nearly three-quarters of the earth's surface area, and most of that area hasn't been mapped.

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The Wall Street Journal

Tokyoites are bracing themselves for a scorching, sweat-filled summer, indoors and out due to a government decree to cut electricity usage by 15% this summer thanks to its now-crippled nuclear-power plants.

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When you think the government bureaucracy in charge of protecting the environment is watching out for the countries best interest, you should be aware that it’s not exactly what you had in mind or how it really works. In many countries around the w

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The PPJ Gazette

This is about the wild horse roundups. BUT, ranch owners who own cattle and sheep should pay attention to the following, and wonder what water or land will be left for your livestock grazing in the future. Why do you think the DOI is removing all of

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