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Public Knowledge, Projections, and Memory

In 1978, the U. S. Congress enacted energy legislation that outlawed the use of Natural Gas to generate electricity.  “knowledgeable Experts” were projecting that we would be out of natural gas by 1985.   1,467 more words

7 Reasons Why You Won't Click On This Link

In this ever-expanding cyber universe, the amount of “news” sites has increased exponentially, with more and more consistent challengers to the traditional news establishments. However, despite the vast increase in reporting, there seems to be a mass filtration of actual news. 860 more words


Maria Bartiromo

Maria Bartiromo

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Maria Bartiromo

Bartiromo moderating a session at the World Economic Forum in 2007

Born Maria Sara Bartiromo 975 more words
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Third of cluster headache sufferers unable to work

One third of cluster headache sufferers are unemployed or have lost jobs because of their condition, a study has shown.

Data released by the European Headache Alliance (EHA) today showed that cluster headaches prevent one third of patients from being able to work. 332 more words

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Man pleads not guilty to stabbing murder for second time

A man has pleaded not guilty for the second time to murdering his former partner with a knife, the Central Criminal Court heard yesterday.

Mr. Vesel Jahiri told the jury that he was pleading not guilty to the murder of Ms. 238 more words

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Ibrahim Halawa trial postponed for nineteenth time

The trial of Dublin man Ibrahim Halawa was postponed for the nineteenth time in Egypt yesterday.

Halawa was arrested in Cairo in 2013 for participating in a protest supporting Islamic political organisation the Muslim Brotherhood. 194 more words

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Striking workers bullied by Tesco

Workers striking contract changes are being bullied by Tesco Ireland, said a representative of the Trade Union Mandate yesterday.

General Secretary of the Trade Union Mandate John Douglas said that Tesco did not act in “good faith” and were not prepared to negotiate the working conditions of 250 of the company’s longest serving employees. 322 more words

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