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    • Searching the Gulf of Mexico for Human Life

      Scientists will soon be leaving on a $300,000 expedition into the waters along the coast of Texas looking for signs of human life under water. During ...

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    • 2007 To Be Warmest Yet

      We've all noticed the warmer temperatures this past season. Scientists in Brittan are speculating that 2007 will be the warmest year on record because...

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    • Polo Shirts 'To-Go'

      What would you say if I told you I could sell you a shirt which wrinkle-free, won't shrink, washes in cold water, won't absorb odors, is soil and stai...

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    • Polar Bear May be an Endangered Species

      The polar bear may soon be added to the threatened species list by the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USF&WS). Global warming may be the main facto...

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    • Unplugged

      Did you know even when you shut down powered devices in your home, phantom power usage continues? It all adds up. Besides increasing the cost of your ...

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    • Cows Resisting Mad Cow Disease

      US and Japanese researchers may have developed an breed of genetically-engineered cows that can resist Mad Cow Disease (also known as bovine spongifor...

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    • Signs of Global Warming: Slideshow

      Global warming has been an extremely hot issue lately. While surfing the internet today I found a really good slideshow of images that show proof of g...

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    • Are Japanese whalers the only "criminals"?

      Whale conservationists are trying to disrupt "criminal" Japanese whaling operations in the Southern Ocean. The Sea Shepherd Society's Paul Watson ...

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    • Top Green Trends in 2007

      JWT, the world's fourth largest advertising agency and the largest in the US has announced the trend setting products and services which will be the ...

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    • Cost of Coal

      Coal and more of it. China's environmental disaster about to get worse. A Times On Line article by Michael Sheridan states China is scrambling to dig...

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