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God Smiles on Stoners, Eases Drought in Kentucky
For those of you who remember hearing about how the drought affecting the Southeast United States was bad for marijuana production last summer– or maybe you just, ahem, noticed– there’s been so
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Run! Fire Next to Nuclear Reactor!
On Wednesday we reported that the world’s largest nuclear plant sat on top of an active geological fault line, the one that caused Monday’s earthquake. Well another day, another nuclear horror sto
Biofuel Racing Hits Atlanta
Photo: Brent Hensarling The flag dropped this month on the first-ever clean, green motorsports racing series at Road Atlanta’s 11th Annual Petit le Mans. That’s right. Green racing. Eco-conscious and a hell of a lot faster than prototype solar
Guess which country has experienced only 18 months of independence and is being brutalised as we speak?
By new contributor Tabi-Sal. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! There is a country which has only experienced 18 months of independence between colonial rulers. Its waters ar
Win Some Great Prizes Courtesy of Tom’s of Maine!
We investigate Tom’s of Maine’s Wicked Fresh new product range – and if you enter our competition, you can too!
Stop & Search I-Spy
As the Camp for Climate Action at Heathrow Airport warms up for a 24-hour mass demonstration this Sunday, organisers are anticipating trouble from the police.
The "Lost Brittlestar City" of Antartica
Image from laszio-photo The world record for the fastest a human can swim as a matter of fact, is just over 5 miles an hour. I explain that as a way of proving that there are sea stars th
Cholera Fears as Mexican Flooding Worsens
As flooding continued over almost all the Mexican Gulf coast state of Tabasco, officials fear a disease epidemic. Officials fear cholera and other waterbourne diseases may run rampant. Military trucks distributed food, clothing, and bottled water to vi