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FDA Considers Genetically Altered Fish In Secret

FDA Considers Genetically Altered Fish In Secret

As it moves to approve the first genetically engineered animal for human consumption, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is evaluating the product as a veterinary drug to avoid public disclosure of the process.

The government agency responsible for protecting public health and safety plans to ...

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Street Theater "Education"

Street Theater

The climate and renewable energy con is losing its luster – prompting anguish and desperation

It's been a rough few weeks for the "eco-progressive" fringe.

Static jet streams induced near-record high temperatures in parts of the United States and Russia, but extreme cold pummeled Seattle, England ...

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The Face of Eco-Terrorism

The Face of Eco-Terrorism

There's no doubt that Discovery Channel gunman James Jay Lee was mentally unstable, but it should be equally clear that Lee is far from the first person – and surely not the last – to take their cues from an environmental movement that grows more delusional with each passing day. Does that mean ...

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InterAcademy Council investigating the IPCC Update Sept. 4, 2010

InterAcademy Council investigating the IPCC Update Sept. 4, 2010

THIS WEEK:
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
The big news of the week is the report released by the InterAcademy Council investigating the IPCC. The Council reported severe failings in the procedures and mechanisms used by the IPCC including ...

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Failure of the Famine Meme

Failure of the Famine Meme

Scramble for food companies a warning of crisis to come ... Much has been said about how BHP Billiton's bid for Potash Corporation and Canadian fertiliser company Agrium's play for AWB fit in with the growing issue of food security and food shortages. ... in his chilling book The Coming Famine, ...

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Hostage Taker James Lee: Al Gore Made Him Do It?

Hostage Taker James Lee: Al Gore Made Him Do It?

A man who was allegedly angry with the Discovery Channel's environmental lineup, and entered the company's national headquarters outside Washington, DC and took several people hostage at gunpoint, was negatively influenced by Al Gore's film "An In Convenient Truth."

The suspect -- identified as ...

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Peasgood Preaches Patience on Geothermals

Peasgood Preaches Patience on Geothermals

Wellington West Analyst Sean Peasgood covers the geothermal, plasma gasification and "Smart Grid" subsectors of the alternative energy (AE) market. He believes there's room to make some dough in each of them but believes investors may need to be patient as these growing markets gain traction. "As ...

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Thorium Cures the Free Market

Thorium Cures the Free Market

Obama could kill fossil fuels overnight with a nuclear dash for thorium ... If Barack Obama (left) were to marshal America's vast scientific and strategic resources behind a new Manhattan Project, he might reasonably hope to reinvent the global energy landscape and sketch an end to our dependence ...

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Carbon Dioxide Riches Disappear

Carbon Dioxide Riches Disappear

The headlines report the way the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has been lying and some, myself included, are calling for an end to this snakes' nest of global deception.

I keep waiting for some environmental group to announce that the Earth is running out of oxygen. It's the kind of ...

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