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USDA New School Lunch Standards Announced By First Lady Michelle Obama & Rachael Ray & Vilsack

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The USDA new school lunch standards were announced yesterday by First Lady Michelle Obama, celebrity chef Rachael Ray, and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack at the Parklawn elementary school in Alexandra, VA, thus making the days of square pizzas and beef burritos in school cafeterias numbered. First lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced …

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Arizona Wildfires Threaten Blackouts For New Mexico and Texas

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The massive Arizona wildfires, located in eastern Arizona that has been responsible for the displacement of up to 11,000 residents and now threatens rolling blackouts for New Mexico and West Texas, as it threatens transmission lines that supply electricity as far east as Texas. The wildfire is expected to reach the power lines as early …

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Today is New Years Eve 2011 Happy New Year Wishes From All of Us

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Today marks New Years Eve 2011, and Happy New Year Wishes go out to all of you. We are in the midst of one of the worst weather periods we have had in quite some time, so it may be difficult for some of us to be cheery. We wish you all the best for …

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Gasland

Gasland GASLAND (DVD MOVIE) In 2009, filmmaker Josh Fox learned his home in the Delaware River Basin was on top of the Marcellus Shale, a rock formation containing natural gas that stretches across New York, Pennsylvania and huge stretches of the Northeast. He was offered 0,000 to lease his land for a new method of …

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Solar Paint ‘Sun-believable’ Could Power Homes in Near Future!

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A new solar paint coined sun-believable could power homes in the not too distant future according to scientists from Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano). Imagine this, the next time that you paint your house, the coat of paint you put on the outside of your home generates electricity from light, which …

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All-New Kindle Fire 7″ Tablet Now in HD

Our most affordable Kindle Fire—now with a stunning HD display, faster processor, and longer battery life Experience movies, TV, and games, and more on a stunning HD display (216 ppi / 1280×800) Fast 1.5GHz dual-core processor—apps launch quickly, games and videos play smoothly Create profiles and set time limits for children with Kindle FreeTime. Easy-to-use …

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GOP Led House Passes Cut Version Of Obama’s Energy Bill By $6 Billion

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On Friday, the Republican led House passed a 30.6 billion dollar energy bill covering the Energy Department and the Army Corps of Engineers programs. The final cost was $1 billion less than this years budget, and $6 billion less the President Barack Obama’s request for the energy and water projects. The Republican leaders called it …

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Arizona Wildfire Wallow Fire Still Grows Posing Health Dangers

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The Arizona Wildfire, called the Wallow Fire is still growing and posing imminent health dangers, Rueters recently announced. The forest fire crews working along the Arizona-New Mexico border braced for another day of red-flag warnings, with high winds and low humidity forecast for Sunday, while combating a humungous blaze that has forced the evacuation of …

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EPA Postpones Toxic Pollution Regulations

EPA Toxic Pollution Regulations Postponed

The Environmental Protection Agency or EPA for short has decided to indefinitely delay regulations to reduce the amount of toxic pollution from both boilers and incinerators. This move comes in response to a request from industry groups, which claim it would be too expensive. What price do we put on human lives these days, or …

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Renewable Energy Policy Important to Future of Planet

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Renewable energy policy (RE) – (REP) is important to the future of the planet, and for all the inhabitants, including mankind. With the current Middle East tensions creating another surge in oil price speculation, the prices of gas and other oil related products also rise, including food. In fact, according to CNN, Wall Street greed …

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