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Automated Forex Trading Robot!! - 0 views

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    Hi There*.* If you are a beginner at forex trading, you are probably searching for a free forex robot which can automate the process of currency trading. You have been told by the so called "forex experts" and forex robot review sites that you can make lot of money with automated forex robots or forex expert advisor. Now you want to know where can you find free forex robot online so that you can download it and start earning money. It is true that with the help of the right forex robot you can really earn big profits. However forex trading is a highly competitive and volatile market. The reality is that most of the free forex trading robots are likely to lose you money than earn profits. Why do I say that? Let me explain… more details >>
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The debate goes nuclear - Times Online - 0 views

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    While the arguments rage on both sides, the experts say that time is running out For the workers at Oldbury-on-Severn nuclear power plant, the next new year celebrations could be rather poignant. Just as Britain is planning the rebirth of nuclear power generation, their ageing plant will be closing down, probably on December 31. Oldbury, in Gloucestershire, has been pouring power into the national grid since 1967 and is the latest in a series of closures that has seen Britain's nuclear generating capacity fall from nearly 40% of the nation's needs in the 1980s to just 15% now. Most of the slack has been taken up by new gas-fired stations.
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At-sea generator to outperform N-plants : National : DAILY YOMIURI ONLINE (The Daily Yo... - 0 views

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    Efforts to develop a massive environmentally friendly power plant combining photovoltaic generators and windmills that will float on the sea are progressing well, according to a team of scientists at Kyushu University. The planned plant will measure two kilometers by 800 meters and will be equipped with light-emitting diodes that shine light into the sea to promote seaweed growth, which in turn will absorb carbon dioxide and attract fish.
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U.S. agencies to clean up uranium on Navajo land - 0 views

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    The U.S. government will spend tens of millions of dollars to assess and clean up uranium contamination across the vast Navajo Reservation, but the effort is unlikely to erase decades of frustration over what has been characterized as a slow and sporadic federal response. The new five-year plan is the first coordinated push to measure and fix the environmental damage that resulted from a Cold War hard-rock mining boom in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.
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A surprising solution to our energy needs | Greenpeace UK - 0 views

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    No one will be surprised that Greenpeace is against the construction of new nuclear power stations, but what some may find unusual is one of the solutions we are proposing to meet our energy needs and reduce our CO2 emissions - industrial CHP, or combined heat and power.
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The Irish Times - Sellafield's nuclear waste 'more dangerous' than Chernobyl - 0 views

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    SELLAFIELD HAS the world's biggest stockpile of plutonium and uranium and storage tanks contain highly volatile radioactive waste "more dangerous" than the Chernobyl reactor, according to a study published today. The study, Voodoo Economics and the Doomed Nuclear Renaissance, also says the British government is now unlikely to meet its 1998 commitment under the Ospar Convention to reduce "close to zero" Sellafield's radioactive discharges into the Irish Sea by 2020.
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Energy Policy TV: - 0 views

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    The mission of Energy Policy TV is to educate our audience of major stakeholders in energy and the environment. EPTV is unique. We are the only website that aggregates third-party video content from thought-leaders and decision-makers in all segments of energy and the environment-in Washington and across the country.
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