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Ethanol Subsidies May End As Senate Votes Today To End Tax Credits

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Ethanol Subsidies may be history as Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., is forcing a vote on a measure Tuesday that would repeal the credits. Coburn says they are wasteful subsidies for an industry that no longer needs them. With lawmakers desperately working to shave federal budget deficits, the Senate is debating a measure to eliminate ethanol …

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Is Clothing With UV Protection Worth Buying Good and Bad Points to Consider First

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Is clothing with UV Protection worth buying good and bad points to consider first, and first of all, lets begin with the fact that all clothing protects you from the sun to a certain degree. UV protective clothing, however, has a specific, protective scale similar to that of sunscreen. A lot of UV protective clothing …

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Why Is Organic Farming Bad – If It Is?

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Why Is Organic Farming Bad – If It Is? Why is organic farming bad, if it is? We have been told that organic farming (OF) is good for our health. Proponents have trumpeted the message that OF is good for the environment. How could it possibly be bad? It seems that, increasingly, life is being …

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Overcoming the Fear of Flying

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Despite all the safety measures and precautions conducted by the airline officers and owners, there are still a growing number of people who are having a hard time in overcoming the fear of flying. Experts say that this fear may stem from the person’s bad experience during one of his or her flights. Studies show …

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BP Gulf Oil Spill The Cost of Our Dependency on Oil

BP gulf oil spill the cost of our dependency on oil, while oil flows into the gulf faster than our cars, one has to wonder. As of April 28th, 2010 Ian R McDonald, an oceanography professor at Florida State University estimates that 8 to 9 million gallons of oil had already spilled from his examinations …

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