Why American Women Accept Climate Change Science More Than Men

September 14, 2010 by  
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It comes down to how we teach boys to be boys and girls to be girls… photo: Jason Pratt .

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Unlucky Animal Lover Nearly Loses Another Arm

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Photo: Tony Tanoury While it’s often commendable when a passerby goes out of their way to help an animal in need — still, sometimes it’s best to let others handle it. Case in point, meet Alexander Alcantare

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A123 Systems Opens North-America’s Largest Lithium-Ion Battery Plant (600MWh/Year)

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Image: A123 Systems A Shiny New 291,000-Square-Foot Factory A123 Systems, the makers of advanced lithium-ion batteries, have just opened a new battery factory in Livonia, Michigan. They claim that “based on available data” it is the largest battery plant in North-America (some manufacturer might be keeping their capacity secret)

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