Author: Bill Sosinsky

APRIL 13, 2016 9:30 AM EST By Faye Flam Historians may soon be looking back at the 20th and early 21st centuries as the time of computers and the Internet, bold ventures into space and the splitting of the atom. But what will scholars in the...

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By MICHAEL WINES and JOHN SCHWARTZFEB. 8, 2016 The biggest hole in the drinking-water safety net may be the least visible: the potential for water to be tainted by substances that scientists and officials have not even studied, much less regulated. The E.P.A. has compiled a list...

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Friday, April 01, 2016 by: Jennifer Lea Reynolds Tags: Nestle, corporate greed, Arrowhead water   (NaturalNews) Despite the fact that California's drought has left the state and its residents facing dire conditions, profit-hungry Nestle has continued to collect water from 12 spring sites – 27 million gallons of...

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Wednesday, March 02, 2016 by: Daniel Barker (NaturalNews) We're all familiar with horror stories about juveniles on drugs, but normally it's humans that are involved, not fish. This case, however, involves juvenile chinook salmon who never had the chance to "Just Say No." Disturbing new research has...

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by Lana Winter-Hébert There’s nothing quite like being able to pick fresh vegetables and herbs from your garden to cook with, but that really isn’t much of an option when it’s -10 degrees and snowing outside, is it? Well, it can be. As long as you have...

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JESSICA HUPP    15 AUG 2007 From daily smog to the rising threat of global warming, it’s pretty obvious that we all need to clean up our act a little. Much has been said about how to go about doing this at home, but what about in...

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written by: Jennifer Claerr•edited by: Lamar Stonecypher•updated: 2/13/2012 Wind turbines for the home offer a cost-competitive alternative to solar panels. Here are a few tips on how to choose a small wind turbine system for your home. ·         Are Small Wind Turbines Right for My Home? Small...

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by Angela Brady, Demand Media Repairing a single dripping faucet can put a dent in your water bill. The average U.S. family of four uses about 400 gallons of water per day. Toilets account for the greatest portion of indoor water consumption, using about 26.7 percent of...

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August 31, 2015 by Penny Swift People have been keeping bees for centuries, both for beeswax and for honey, but there is still an incredible mystique about bee keeping. This is probably because bees generally move is swarms and if they attack they can kill any...

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Courtesy of the Department of Energy When choosing a contractor, ask about their work record, experience, and licenses, and get more than one bid for the installation of your PV system. | Photo courtesy of Dennis Schroeder, NREL. Making sure your home solar electric or photovoltaic (PV)...

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