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Wireless Sensor Test Bed To Provide Guidelines For Industrial Systems

Wireless Sensor Test Bed To Provide Guidelines For Industrial Systems

For many companies, installing wireless technology inside factories, power plants and nuclear facilities can be risky. Although wireless is cheaper than cable connections, the flow of information is not as reliable.

That may not be a big deal when you're surfing the Net at home, but at a factory or ...

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Plant Efficiency: Begin with the Right Definitions

Plant Efficiency: Begin with the Right Definitions

The race is on to claim the title of "most efficient coal-fired power plant" on the planet. However, it's tricky identifying finalists because of the widespread misuse of the term "efficiency" and all those nagging assumptions. Let's first establish clear definitions and then identify the title ...

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Spinning the DC Weather

Spinning the DC Weather

PChesser

The Washington Post's Juliet Eilperin (as usual) and David Fahrenthold have yet another story about a "study" published by an environmental pressure group - this time the National Wildlife Federation- that pushes, without critical comment, the climate catastrophism angle. Looks like they ...

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Stop the Change Awards

Stop the Change Awards

[by PChesser ]

I imagine just about everyone at one time or another has been added to a mailing list of an organization or candidate who doesn't align with their worldview. An amusing example of this hit the emailbox of the Commonwealth Foundation, via an message signed by environmentalist Teresa ...

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The Great Green Land Grab

The Great Green Land Grab

All across America, various environmental organizations have been engaged in schemes to deter development such as housing, new energy plants, or the horror of a manufacturing facility that might actually employ people. In some states, the attack has been on farms and ranches, finding ways to punish ...

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Global Cooling, Global Warming and Climate Change Weekly Report, January 30, 2009

The Week That Was January 30, 2010 Brought to you by SEPP (http://www.sepp.org/)

Quote of the Week
I am compelled to fear that science will be used to promote the power of dominant groups rather than to make men happy. Bertrand Russell, Icarus, or the Future of Science, 1925

Less than two months ...

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The Heretics: Lord Christopher Monckton

The Heretics: Lord Christopher Monckton

Given the dogmatic fervor of global warming proponents, and their intolerance of skeptics who dare to question the latest commandment (see: cap-and-trade) in the green scripture, it is perhaps no coincidence that the environmentalist movement sometimes seems to have more in common with theology ...

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East Anglia CRU Broke the Law--But Can't Be Prosecuted

It's official. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the UK has ruled that the Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia broke the law by refusing to comply with data requests properly filed under the UK's Freedom of Information Act.

But there will be no prosecutions. Why? ...

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INL Research Helps Turn Waste Grease To Fuel: BioFuelBox

INL Research Helps Turn Waste Grease To Fuel: BioFuelBox

By Mike Wall, INL Research Communications Fellow

While oil companies drill deeper and deeper for increasingly hard-to-find petroleum, legions of mini-gushers lie untapped right on the surface. There's one behind every restaurant, for example, and in the heart of every potato-processing plant. Such ...

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