Yet another debate! On energy! By guys who know the presidential candidates!
Increased costs of extraction mean a tough situation for coal companies trying to fend off cheap natural gas.
Yesterday, Tropical Storm Sandy became a hurricane. And this morning, NOAA updated its forecast track: It's now a hurricane plus snow plus a nor'easter, and it's headed for New York City.
Refineries are making money. Pipelines are being built. The U.S. oil industry is fiddling a fine tune as the climate burns.
It's almost like unified international action can address environmental problems!
At this rate, we'll be renewable-only just a few short decades after we're all dead!
The Dead Sea has gone dry in the past. It may be on its way to doing so again.
A similar study in 1990 found nothing to worth worrying about, but, hey, good idea to check.
And spend absolutely nothing on free products. (See what I did there?)
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