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BAT Set To Break Record For World’s Highest Wind Turbine (Video)

BAT Set To Break Record For World’s Highest Wind Turbine (Video)

Good news for people who live in places off the grid! The BAT (Buoyant Airborne Turbine) is an innovation that captures the energy of the wind at altitudes 1,000-2,000 feet above the earth. Formed out of MIT, the Altaeros Engergies BAT captures the energy of high altitude winds, which are 5 to 8 times more […]

Fox Dimwits: Oil Spills Are Just Distractions-Just do the Keystone Pipeline Already! (VIDEO)

If Fox hosts and reporters haven’t already proven to the world that they are insensitive, unconcerned and simply hostile to the environment mega-twits, here is further proof. On Monday’s segment of Varney & Co., guest host Charles Payne and Tracey Byrnes discussed the recent oil spill in Galveston Bay, Texas. The spill has been reported to […]

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Rush Limbaugh Rants About Mass Transit, Calls It ‘Total Control Of The Movement Of The Population’

Anyone who has traveled abroad in other industrialized nations knows that mass transit systems rocket past what we have here in the US. And the reason might be because a large segment of our population has been duped by right-wing media and policymakers that it is part of a liberal conspiracy to control our mobility. In the […]

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Don’t Frack California Rally Sends A Message To Governor Brown

I spent a beautiful Saturday afternoon at the state capital in Sacramento with an estimated 4,000 Californians. We arrived in buses and in carpools from all over the state: From as far south as San Diego and Los Angeles, from Chico, from San Francisco, Santa Cruz, the small towns that dot Sonoma County and more. […]

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U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Agency Withheld The Truth About Fukushima

NBC News investigative reporter and Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Dedman has released a scathing and frightening report revealing that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission was less than honest with the American public following the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear plant in March of 2011. As we mark the third anniversary of the disaster, Dedman’s […]

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