Monthly Archives: December 2015

Letter writer_ the american public has been snowed on co2’s impact on climate _ mountain xpress

In February of 1981, CIA Director William Casey said to his staff: “We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.” I can’t help thinking of that quote every time I realize how resoundingly

The president emphasizes an official will be assigned from each government institution to conserve electricity in the respective organization

Three-wheelers and motor cycles have been exempted from the 5,000 rupee fuel emission test fee proposed through budget. | Consumer Affairs Authority sets maximum retail prices for six essential items | The President emphasizes an official will be assigned from

Reader rides_ electric car dc quick charging works perfectly, but we really need more charging stations _ transport evolved

Stephen Noctor Stephen Noctor grew up in New Jersey, attended Rutgers University and now lives in Davis, California. He works at the UC Davis MIND Institute, a research institute dedicated to researching neurodevelopmental disorders like autism. Steve’s interest in electric

France inaugurates _4.2 billion defence ministry complex – world socialist web site

Print Leaflet Feedback Share » Facebook Twitter Digg Reddit Delicious StumbleUpon Blogger E-Mail France inaugurates €4.2 billion defence ministry complex By Kumaran Ira 12 November 2015 On November 5, French President François Hollande, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, and several

Your oil & gas news _ platts report_ china oil demand grew 2_ year over year in september

China’s apparent oil demand* rose 2.1% in September from a year earlier to 11.01 million barrels per day (b/d), according to the Platts China Oil Analytics report on the latest Chinese government data. Growth in China’s apparent demand for gasoline

Solar storm research explains dark age’s energy surge, sparks grid rethink _ inverse

In 774 A. D and 993 A. D., the Earth was struck by intense bouts of subatomic energy. For a long time, scientists had theories about where these waves of particles were coming from and what was producing them, but

Eia_ u. s. propane exports climbing, spanning globe _ 2015-11-05 _ natural gas intelligence

Significant production growth in recent years has helped establish the United States as a net propane exporter, with an increase in export capacity now allowing domestic propane to reach markets across the globe, according to a recent report by the

Gas line leak fixed in shishmaref; cleanup will continue in the spring _ alaska dispatch news

A leaking gas line in Shishmaref has finally been fixed about a year and half after a village public safety officer first discovered an oily sheen along the northern coast of Sarichef Island. Officials with the Alaska Department of Environmental