Προς έναν Τρίτο Πόλεμο του Κόλπου;

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Η απόφαση του Τραμπ να αποσύρει τις ΗΠΑ από τη συμφωνία για το πυρηνικό πρόγραμμα του Ιράν επανέφερε το «φάντασμα» ενός ακόμη περιφερειακού, αλλά μεγάλης κλίμακας, πολέμου, πάνω από τον Κόλπο. Τον τρίτο στην περιοχή που θα έχει τη «σφραγίδα» της Ουάσιγκτον. Αναδημοσίευση από: Οι «New York Times» δημοσίευσαν πρόσφατα την πληροφορία, ότι οι αμερικανικές...

Santa Clarita Diet Season 2 Episode 8 – Easels and War Paint

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When we last left our beloved Hammond family, Joel had just found Sheila, sitting in her vehicle in the driveway, covered in blood and holding a human heart. We last remember her seeing Carl before her big investor meeting, where she was already getting stressed out before she even left her car. What could have...

Victorian parliament votes for treaty — but still no sovereignty

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Emma Murphy Melbourne Indigenous rights Treaty Aboriginal sovereignty Australia Greens MP and Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman Lidia Thorpe speaking on the bill in the Victorian parliament on June 7. The Victorian parliament’s lower house (Legislative Assembly) voted on June 7 to create a framework for signing a treaty, or treaties, with Aboriginal people. While it still needs...

California Startup Proposes Bent Borehole for Nuclear Waste; SD Shale Not Likely Target – Dakota Free Press

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A few days ago, Donald Pay left a note about a new company called Deep Isolation that might want to dispose of nuclear waste in boreholes in South Dakota. Deep isolation certainly sounds like something one could find in South Dakota, so let’s read more. This March 20, 2018, Bloomberg article details the aspirations of...

GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

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Dr John Godfrey is stepping away from his work at Gatwick at a time when the airport ‘is in very good shape’. He has announced his retirement as chairman of the Gatwick Airport Consultative Committee but agreed to continue in the post until the end of the year. Dr Godfrey, 72, of Maltravers Street, Arundel,...

The Home Front: Hyperloop transit tube to ‘whisk passengers across the state in minutes’ wants governments to show their support

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“A company trying to build a high-speed tube transit system that could whisk passengers across the state in minutes has a message for Colorado Springs-area governments and residents,” reportsThe Gazette in Colorado Springs. “Those who want Colorado Springs to be part of a Virgin Hyperloop One system need to show their support for the emerging...

Environmental groups oppose brine ‘deicing’ bill

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The Ohio House is set to consider a bill that its promoters hope will encourage the use of brine from oil and gas wells as a road deicer treatment. Ohio House Rep. Jay Edwards, R-94th/Nelsonville, was the lone Republican on the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee to vote “no” on Sub House Bill 393...

Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) – A Tourniquet Around the Bloodlines of Our Republic and it Could Cripple Our Public Schools

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TABOR. To many in the NCGA it is called the TAxpayer Bill of Rights. Makes it sound like it truly benefits those in our state. It doesn’t. It’s just another catchy acronym that acts like a Trojan horse for something more destructive. Acronyms are easy to shape and easier to sound beneficial. However, the “benefits” of this rumored...

More Bad News for DRBC: Bradford County Groundwater Quality Just Fine

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Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. Penn State University just released the results of a groundwater study of Bradford County, Pennsylvania and it’ll only give the DRBC more good news heartburn. The timing couldn’t be more perfect. The Pennsylvania House State Government Committee hearing on Monday saw minority party members from Southeast Pennsylvania  challenge the SRBC...

Is $70 Oil Enough For Shale Drillers?

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WTI Crude prices have recently surged to their highest level in three and a half years—just above $70 a barrel. In theory, that’s higher than the average breakeven costs of all key U.S. shale plays. Even $60 WTI is higher than the average breakeven prices, as per the latest quarterly Dallas Fed Energy Survey from...

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