The Week in Pictures: Solar Plane Sets New World Record, Pipeline Leak Pollutes Michigan River with Oil, and More (Slideshow)

July 31, 2010 by  
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Here we go again… a pipeline owned by Enbridge Energy Partners has leaked 800,000-840,000 gallons of oil into a creek flowing into the Kalamazoo River near Battle Creek, Michigan. On a more positive note, the Zephyr solar plane finally landed this week at the US Army’s Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona after 14 days and 24 minutes, setting a new record

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The Week in Pictures: Solar Plane Sets New World Record, Pipeline Leak Pollutes Michigan River with Oil, and More (Slideshow)

Food as Art: Exhibit of Artists’ Gardens

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Bitter Melon Trellis by the National Bitter Melon Council . Photos by R.Cruger A series of statements about sick strawberries, bitter melons and the violent history of potatoes have been made with a collection of several gardens designed by artists and planted throughout the grounds of Los Angeles County Art Museum. The creative gardens are part of its year-long EAT LACMA show and events, including an exhibition from the permanent collection of food in art.

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