Posts Tagged ‘environment’

Analiese’s Reading 5/2

Al-Marri’s guilty plea; The Minnesota Senate recount; Sixteen cattle die mysteriously (the oil company did it); and good bye The GOP. A gap in history caused by digital media; What happens when the first lady is a man? Fujimori gets 25 years. Porno. Not soft, not hard, but just right: Green. Bird has human eyes. Shell human rights trial moves ahead. VA suppresses interview, uses strong arm tactics. Legalizing narcotics works. Curing blindness. The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Fest!!! Obama’s dismissive attitude, and a slew of environment related items.

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Analiese’s Reading 3/31

Science and environmental edition: Bizarre caterpillars, space photography on the cheap, the evolution of human color vision, art and light from junk, the consolidation and corporatization of the organic food industry, oil still available at abandoned sites in the Amazon, Indian islands disappearing under rising water, Honda offers a new–and affordable–hybrid, greenwashing, photographing the melt, unique orcas doomed by the Exxon Valdez, an unusually large gathering of right whales, sweeping land and water conservation legislation passes, cleaning products creating superbugs, and studying the ties between particulate air pollution and heart disease.

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