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Tomorrow a major international study on cell phone use and cancer will be published in the International Journal of Epidemiology. The study, known as the “Interphone Study” was sponsored by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer. Despite the study not being published in its entirely, some of…

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Energy & Environmental Newsletter: March 25, 2019

Carbon pricing and new technology won’t stop climate change

Paranormal Court: Another Show Pushes the Limits of Stupid

Visualizing the Impact of Coal with Google Earth

Greenpeace Nuclear Blog Disables Comments

Sanity Prevails in Maine: No Cell Phone Radiation Warning Labels

This site will be shutting down

No, Rep Johnson, Guam Will not Capsize

Medical Conditions That Don’t Really Exist

Why Hotlinking is a Bad Idea

Mobile Phone Study Released and Reported Very Very Badly

AIDS: Most Ineffective Biological Weapon Ever?

Australia Investigates 2005 Death of Penelope Dingle

Even dumber than EVP

Q & A About Lee Harvey Oswald’s Guilt

Nuclear Energy – This is what we’re up against…

When Extinction Means Good Riddance

Exploiting children to push religion

Raw Milk and Fighting For The Right to be Stupid

Oh Hell Yeah – Falcon 9 Makes it To Orbit

Carter’s “Malaise Speech” of 1979 (remembering the crisis of interventionism)

Fossil Fuels Winning! (COP 24’s back-door reality show)

PepsiCo Foundation Expands Access to Safe Water for More Than 22 Million People Worldwide

Andrew Wheeler and the Water-Climate Nexus

Demography Democracy and Gerrymandering

El Nuevo Acuerdo Verde: Will Ny Analiza la Generación Eléctrica.

It’s Happening: The Most Dangerous Volcano In North America Just Erupted And Shot Ash Nearly A Mile Into The Sky

NimonikApp Product Updates – March 2019

“No Regrets” Climate Policy: First, Do No Harm

Virtual Press Conference: Farmers Take Over Organic Certification

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