How to Discover the Truth About Fracking

Chris Faulkner presents a fascinating look at fracking in his new book " The Fracking Truth: America's Energy Revolution – The Inside, Untold Story ." Faulkner's main assumption is that fracking technology provides a means for America to solve its energy problem with less risk and great gain. The United Kingdom has taken the lead…

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History of Austin Healey Automobiles

In 1952 the Earl's Court Motor Show served as the birthplace of the Austin-Healey automobile company. It was there that Leonard Lord owner of the Austin Motor Company discovered Donald Healey and the Healey 100. Lord, desperately seeking to find a sports car to compete with Jaguar and Triumph, fell in love with the Healey…

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Juicy Babies

I normally do not begin an article with a caveat, but I'm making an exception this time. If you have a weak stomach, are feeling nauseous, do not like gross stuff, have recently eaten something or something like you do not take into risk, quit while you are ahead. If you continue on either because…

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About God

Edgar Cayce’s discourses provide us with some enlightened views into the nature of God. They have described God as “the Universal Consciousness,” as “the Creative Forces,” as “the Oneness,” as “Spirit,” as “Law,” and as our “eternal companion.” Let’s explore Cayce’s perspective on God. Oneness His readings state that the first incarnate people to consciously…

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Call Him Creator-Man

Like Walt Disney and George Lucas, Stan Lee has co-created some of the most iconic characters in pop culture: Spider-Man, X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and the Incredible Hulk. Movie's based on his super-characters have generated more than $ 2.3 billion in US ticket sales. Toys, books and games have generated billions more. Lee…

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Read About the Basic Difference Between RV and Trailers

The RV travel Trailers were established in the year 1920, trailing behind regular vehicles. Such trailers were used mainly for accommodation. Hence, they are very small as compared to a recreational vehicle. However, over the years, such trailers have changed their shape, size and amenities. The basic difference between a recreational vehicle and a trailer…

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Arthritis and Nutrition

Arthritis affects almost one in every five people in the United States. Arthritis is the broad term for hundreds of disorders that involve the joints. The two main types of arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. They each damage the joints in different ways. The most common signs and symptoms of arthritis could be pain,…

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How to Reuse Plastic Bags

Using reusable bags has caught on with grocery stores across the country, but many other types of businesses are slow to catch on. At some point or another, you’ll most likely be taking a plastic bag from some type of store. When you accumulate plastic bags, how can you reuse them? Plastic bags became popular…

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Globalization And Its Relation To Global Warming

Many individuals are aware of the term global warming. Whether they hear about it from the news, or just personally witness the unusual climate changes occurring around them, they encounter small impacts of global warming daily. However, most do not understand just how serious of an issue global warming actually is. When talking about global…

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Family Relationships Under Fire

Lessons from the Front Line I sat glued to the news conference as three wounded soldiers – Marine Lance Corporal Joshua Menard, Army Staff Sergeant James Villafane, and Army Sergeant Charles Horgan – recalled their experiences of coming under fire from Iraqi troops in civil dress at the city of Nassiriya. Villafane and Horgan told…

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Santa Monica and Venice Beaches

A stroll in Santa Monica will be a highlight of your trip in California. The neighborhood is truly charming, the atmosphere is excellent, the scenery is beautiful and the former homes of the stars are fascinating. There are two walks not to miss – the 3rd Street Promenade and Santa Monica Pier. The 3rd Street…

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Silbury Hill – Chalk Mound or Pyramid Mound?

English Heritage and the archaeological establishment believe Silbury Hill to be a chalk mound. UNESCO describes it as the largest manmade mound in Europe. Driving past this ancient monument today it is quite easy to readily accept this simple explanation. However, if we literally dig a bit deeper and look further afield, is there something…

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