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Terrence Aym - Helium

As the top of the world melts and the Arctic Sea becomes ice free, northern countries are scrambling to claim trillions of dollars of oil and rare minerals. Locked under the ice for thousands of years, the icecap is melting quickly, but not as quickl

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A major outage knocked out power in a region of almost 6 million people in the Southwest and Mexico on Thursday, bringing San Diego to a near-standstill and leaving people in the surrounding desert to swelter in late-summer heat. Two nuclear react

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[Note:  Gun author, Alan Korwin submitted this LTE to Gannett's AZ Republic in response to a front page article on energy.  Whether they publish it or not you can read it here. [-Powell] Dear Editor, We're all being sold a scam an

Letters to the Editor • Global
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arclein

In December of 2010, Congress extended the 1603 program for another year, through the end of 2011. A part of the 2008-09 stimulus program, the 1603 program allowed developers who could get construction underway promptly to take the value of a project

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 -- An Open Letter to -- CORINNE LE QUÉRÉ, THE IPCC,ET AL, ON THE CBEE FORMULATION, FUEL-ENERGY, CO2 & CLIMATE.  Sent to Professor C. Le Quéré, Contributor to the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Strategic Allianc

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arclein

There are various reasons for the decrease in coal. One reason is that as coal prices have steadily risen in many areas of the U.S., natural gas has stayed relatively cheap. Even the coal-rich Midwest is using less of its prized resource, although it

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Few words stir up passion and polarization like sustainability. The EPA offers up this description. "The traditional definition of sustainability calls for policies and strategies that meet society’s present needs without compromising the ability of

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