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“THOSE PEOPLE AND SITUATIONS THAT PLAY A ROLE IN YOUR FAILURES ARE ACTUALLY THERE TO PROPEL YOU FORWARD. FOR WITHOUT OPPOSITION, WHAT WOULD FUEL THE FIRES TO MOVE YOU FORWARD TO YOUR PREDESTINED SUCCESS?”
There is evidence that both sides in the fracking debate fail to use science to support their arguments, according to new research among supporters and opponents of the technique. 1,855 more words
I rarely write about politics, because I am too cynical. What has happened in Alberta over the last few weeks, however, has tested even my cynicism. 425 more words
Check out THIS article from the New York Times. It covers an anti-Keystone XL concert that was held in September.
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TransCanada tries to give people the impression that their project is widely supported and clearly beneficial to everyone involved. 77 more words
A Conservative backbencher has challenged the Prime Minster to change the regulations that allow fracking companies to self-monitor their operations. 737 more words