The White House has just released its proposed budget for 2009 and there are a few...
12 Hottest Links of the Week
Twelve über-cool links from around the web, hand-selected for your delectation!
Bull Charges Through Home and Exits Through Front Door
Not the actual bull, above image taken in Pamplona by Eneko Alonso No, this isn’t bull – excuse the pun.
Making a pile out of rubbish. How the British recycling industry is already worth £10 billion a year and will boom. more… They Tried t
UN Chief Calls Global Warming "An Emergency"
The Secretary General of the UN has called climate change “an emergency.” UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon called for urgent political action to tackle the problem. He made these statements while on a visit to Antarctica. Ban said: “I need a po
Peak Oil...are we F@*&*d? Or are we just being alarmist?
As we all know oil is finite. There’s a limited supply. Most nations in fact have already reached their peak. Texan oil drills used to pump tons of the black stuff every day; now it is barely trickle. The peak oil theory suggests that there’ll
$22 Million Creation Musuem Expanding, Focusing On Kids
By Ben Ray Image from John Scalzi The Creation Museum, an international abomination laying just a few miles from the Cincinnati-Northern KentuckyAirport, is only one year old, but it’s a
Primates In Mortal Danger
25 of your closest relatives may disappear at any moment. A report commissioned by three leading conservationist charities lists 25 primate species living on the brink of extinction. Hunting and habitat loss are the main reasons for the decline.
More Good News on the Environment in China as Bizzaro Week Continues
It’s beginning to feel like bizzaro world here as today brings another positive environmental report from China, following yesterday’s report of a drop in pollution levels in the country. C
Batman Defeated By New Villian: Deadly Pollution
Batman is known for his near invincibility , but the Dark Knight was defeated recently in Hong Kong, by a nasty batch of polluted water. Filmmakers were in the area to shoot a scene for upcoming Batman flick The Dark Knight. The scene c