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Zero Hedge
"Why Our Children Should Hate Us" - Read The Lance Simmens Article Banned By The Huffington Postwith its Producer, Del Bigtree and Director, Dr. Andrew Wakefield. It is a must
"Why Our Children Should Hate Us" - Read The Lance Simmens Article Banned By The Huffington Post
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
with its Producer, Del Bigtree and Director, Dr. Andrew Wakefield. It is a must see film and deserves to serve as a catalyst for a national discussion of the role of mandatory vaccines for children and the role of the pharmaceutical industry... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Commodities: a coal collapse, a decoupling and Dohaan example of "weakness in the Chinese economy", rather than a pivot away from
Commodities: a coal collapse, a decoupling and Doha
Investors Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
an example of "weakness in the Chinese economy", rather than a pivot away from high power demand and a greater reliance on renewables. Similarly, the increase in shale gas in the US, which thanks to falling costs has rendered coal economically... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Green AlloysCatalyst: - ABC TV Science What can be done about the mountains of waste prod
Green Alloys
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Catalyst: - ABC TV Science What can be done about the mountains of waste products that can�t be recycled? A team from UNSW is �reforming� products deemed unrecyclable. The method is cost effective, requires less energy, and less... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Energy evolutiontotal hydropower potential estimated at 26,000 megawatts (MW). "We are committ
Energy evolution
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 18 days ago
total hydropower potential estimated at 26,000 megawatts (MW). "We are committed to fully developing this potential as a catalyst for socio-economic advancement that can lift the Lao people out of poverty and help millions of others in less... Read more
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The Hill
The European energy union: A win for both continentsthrough the creation of a European energy network, it is likely Europe will loo
The European energy union: A win for both continents
The Hill / Posted 24 days ago
through the creation of a European energy network, it is likely Europe will look to America, for natural gas and renewables. Growing the domestic renewable industry will result in lowered production and deployment costs for us here at... Read more
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PhysOrg
A new mechanism for catalyzing the splitting of waterThey found that strontium cobaltite (SrCoO2.7) exhibits highly active water ele
A new mechanism for catalyzing the splitting of water
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
They found that strontium cobaltite (SrCoO2.7) exhibits highly active water electrolysis, much faster than the state-of-art catalyst, iridium oxide, which contains precious metals. Mobilizing oxygen atoms from the crystal surface of perovskite-oxide... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Paris Agreement On Climate Change Places Africa At the Fulcrum of Renewable Energy Deployment, Experts Agreepromote dialogue and coherence between policy-makers, the private sector and ci
Paris Agreement On Climate Change Places Africa At the Fulcrum of Renewable Energy Deployment, Experts Agree
AllAfrica.com / Posted 30 days ago
promote dialogue and coherence between policy-makers, the private sector and civil society on unleashing the potential of renewables in Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to climate action under the framework of the Paris Agreement, and to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Why We Have A Wage-Inequality Problemproblem–how does everyone get enough? The low oil, natural gas, and coal price
Why We Have A Wage-Inequality Problem
Zero Hedge / Posted a month ago
problem–how does everyone get enough? The low oil, natural gas, and coal prices we are now seeing may very well be the catalyst that brings the economy to the “Crisis Period” or collapse. Unless there is a rapid increase in prices, companies... Read more
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PhysOrg
Saving sunshine for a rainy day: New catalyst offers efficient storage of green energydevice efficiently splits water into its component elements, hydrogen and oxyge
Saving sunshine for a rainy day: New catalyst offers efficient storage of green energy
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
device efficiently splits water into its component elements, hydrogen and oxygen, storing energy as H2. The key is a new catalyst based on abundant metals tungsten, iron and cobalt, that is three times more efficient than the current... Read more

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