The lawsuit explicitly states that
BWSC will sell water to oil and gas explorers for fracing shale formations leading to traffic with heavy trucks on FM407, creating a noise nuisance and traffic hazards.
. People will be inconvenienced by the fracking. Mr Tillerson doesn't want to be in that group.
He believed that spicy or sweet foods led to "passions" and "impure thoughts".
So THAT'S why I have impure thoughts!
OECD summary: http://www.oecd.org/site/tadffss/USA.pdf
OECD page for all countries with links to data: http://www.oecd.org/site/tadffss/
The biggest "subsidy" to the oil industry imo is the amount spent protecting oil and gas pipe lines and shipping lanes.
Mate, the ballot paper looks like an Asian grocery shelf and you complain about the lack of choice?
More like a restaurant with a huge menu of delicious dishes to choose from. You can order what ever you want but you always get either sweet and sour pork or beef in black bean sauce served to you - both come with special fried rice.
The regulators acted after finding the operator had missed checkups on about 10,000 pieces of equipment. The Nuclear Regulation Authority requested that Japan's science ministry urge the operator to comply.
If you read anything different, a link would be appreciated.
The regulators acted after finding the operator had missed checkups on about 10,000 pieces of equipment
You don't consider that news?
imo nuclear can be safe. It's people that can't be trusted.
Yes, there was nothing subtle about the post. It wasn't meant to be.
The topic was about infrastructure investment, hopefully the rights and wrongs of subsidies (there are some eloquent advocates with disparate views on
Fukit, the town's name is Nantucket.....jeeez......I couldn't bite my "tongue".
Apologies, next time I'll spell it out.