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New Cell Research May Offer Key to the Fountain of Youth

Scientists may have found a way to stave off some effects of aging simply by removing human cells that stop dividing as we get older.

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Radioactive Waste Cleanup Continues At Hanford Nuclear Reservation
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Hanford Cleanup Funding Could Be Inadaquate, Board Says

A letter has been sent to the Department Of Energy from the Hanford Advisory Board, telling the Feds the amount of money set aside to 'finish' cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Site might not be enough.

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Solar Energy Panels
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Green Job Failures-Now at 5 Companies

The Obama Administration had pledged to add 5 million 'green jobs' to the nation's economy after he took office, but so far that is falling far short.

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Abandoned Wind Turbines
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Hawaii Warning About Reliance On Untested Energy Sources

Those who are pushing for alternative energies, especially windpower, should carefully examine what has, and is happening in our 50th state.

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UARS Satellite
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Dead Satellite Now ‘Could’ Hit N. America, U.S.

Heads up! Despite earlier forecasts that it would probably miss North America, experts are now saying that dead satellite that is returning to the earth's atmosphere could come down over North America, possibly the US, tonight or saturday.

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911 New York City
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Eve of 911, US Intelligence Probes ‘Credible’ Terror Plot

It was not unexpected...on the eve of the 10th anniversary of 911, US Intelligence officials are probing details about a 'credible' tip about a terror attack.

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Hurricane Irene
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Hurricane Irene–A Lot Of Hype But Little “Air”

In defense of hurricane forecasters,  it's best to prepare for the worst. But for the rest of the media, they are looking rather silly after Hurricane Irene turned out to be more of a whimper than a whammy.

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Washington Monument Closed After Cracks Discovered After Earthquake
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East Coast Earthquake Not A “Joke” Despite CA Scoffing

Before Westerners start snickering about the East Coast 'over-reacting' to the recent quake centered in Virginia, consider some significant long-term issues that could come from the 5.8 tremor.

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Building Retrofitted With Solar Panels
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Seattle “Green Jobs” Program Tanks

It would be an accountant's nightmare in the private sector...but for government in Seattle, 20 million in Federal Funds equals 14 new jobs...

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Evergreen Solar
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Stimulus “Pet Project” Business Files for Bankruptcy

One of a handful of "pet projects" the Obama Administration singled out during the Stimulus has having so much promise, has filed for banktuptcy-after taking Federal Dollars and promising jobs.

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