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Young Johanna Romo of Kern County in California never made it to her first day in seventh grade. She has been hospitalized and has suffered three seizers,
Vladimir Putin has some ideas to help the struggling Russian economy. None of them are going to work.
I've been advancing a thesis for several months with friends that World War III is now underway. It's just that it's not the war we thought ...
The recent concerns raised by the chief executives of BP and Shell, Bob Dudley and Ben van Beurden, about a possible "yes" outcome in the Scottish referendum might seem a bit puzzling given their huge
President says scheme to raise money from rich countries to compensate for oil moratorium has pulled in only $13m
David Frum says higher oil prices have sparked a production boom and there's no prospect the world will run out of oil or gas.
Total production by the top five oil majors </br>has fallen by a quarter since 2004
North American energy companies are starting to invest more in railroad terminals than the railroads themselves.
In the midst of the domestic energy boom, livestock on farms near oil-and-gas drilling operations nationwide have been quietly falling sick and dying, according to the latest report by Food & Environment Reporting Network. Elizabeth Royte wrote the cover story, "What the Frack Is in our Food," for the December 17, 2012, issue of The
The International Energy Agency (IEA) provides unrealistically high oil forecasts in its new 2012 World Energy Outlook (WEO). It claims, among other things, that the United States will become the world's largest oil producer by around 2020, and North America will become a net oil exporter by 2030. Figure 1 shows that this increase comes solely from
John Chapman: WMD was the rationale for invading Iraq. But what was really driving the US were fears over oil and the future of the dollar.
It is now obvious the main rationales for the Iraq war were developed by a rather unprecedented government conspiracy perpetrated by a small number of radical neoconservatives in the OSP, plus Iraqi exiles in the INC. In essence, the justification for invading of Iraq was a coordinated and transparent pack of fabrications and deceptions -- designed to create the requisite societal fear for an invasion. I suspect the OSP "cabal" will go down in history as the `Office of Special Propaganda.' It is disconcerting that 19 men were able to instill massive levels of irrational fear into the citizenry by creating visions of "mushroom clouds" and "1000 metric tons" of Anthrax.
Bob Reiss says the opening of the Arctic region will have enormous consequences on our economy, environment and foreign policy.
Michael Liebreich, head of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, talks with David Roberts about whether this supposed "oil glut" deserves the hype.
A working paper commissioned by the IMF says previous trends in oil prices point to a major surge in costs by 2022.
Dr Debbie Chachra is a materials scientist: an engineering professor at the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering (Deb's bio at Olin), and a prolific writer. She also produces one of my favourite tumblrs, Daily Idioms. Basically, I learn something every time Deb writes anything. So I asked her to write to you about whatever was on her mind, and she said this: