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Submission + - Hydro Nano Gas Could Completely Neutralize CO2 Emissions (spacedaily.com) 1

ROMRIX writes: HIT is also in high level talks with governments and industry leaders who are excited about using the technology to help combat their increasing air and ocean pollution issues.
For power plants and industry in the U.S. and globally, this is major news. Alone in the U.S. there are over 1,200 power plants scheduled for closure because of their toxic pollution issues. HNG could eliminate the necessity of closing these plants — saving thousands of jobs that keep local communities thriving.
Inserting HNG into exhaust outlets has shown to completely neutralize pollution emissions down to 0%.

Submission + - Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warmi (forbes.com)

ROMRIX writes: Three themes are emerging from the newly released emails: (1) prominent scientists central to the global warming debate are taking measures to conceal rather than disseminate underlying data and discussions; (2) these scientists view global warming as a political 'cause' rather than a balanced scientific inquiry and (3) many of these scientists frankly admit to each other that much of the science is weak and dependent on deliberate manipulation of facts and data.
Social Networks

Submission + - Scientists Find 'Liberal Gene' (nbcsandiego.com)

ROMRIX writes: So.. Liberalism is a socially transmitted disease?
According to scientists at UC San Diego and Harvard University, "ideology is affected not just by social factors, but also by a dopamine receptor gene called DRD4." That and how many friends you had during high school.
"It is the crucial interaction of two factors — the genetic predisposition and the environmental condition of having many friends in adolescence — that is associated with being more liberal,”

Apple

Submission + - Wall Street Journal to charge $17.99mo. on ipad (breitbart.com)

ROMRIX writes: The Wall Street Journal plans to charge 17.99 dollars a month for a subscription to the newspaper on Apple's upcoming iPad, it reported Thursday.
The electronic edition of The Wall Street Journal for Amazon's Kindle e-book reader costs 14.99 dollars a month.
The New York Times, which has also developed an iPad application, reported meanwhile that advertisers have been spending heavily to buy advertising space on the iPad applications from various media outlets, including the Times.

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