Green investing “definitely not going to work”—former BlackRock exec – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

A former player in one of the biggest efforts to turn Wall Street ‘green’ now believes the climate crisis cannot be solved by free markets. “It’s not because they are evil, it’s because the system is built to extract profits,” he said.

Source: Green investing “definitely not going to work”—former BlackRock exec – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Underground “zombie” peat fires release 100 times the carbon of wildfires – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Underground peat fires refuse to die, even when flooded with water, making them into “zombie fires.” So scientists developed a new weapon to put them down for good. They hope.

Source: Underground “zombie” peat fires release 100 times the carbon of wildfires – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Israelis Cry Out to the World to Stop Mandatory COVID Injections as Lawsuit Is Filed in International Criminal Court Over Nuremberg Code Violation

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Can vaccinated people transmit COVID-19? The answer will be key to ending the pandemic – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

The jury is still out on a key pandemic question: How well do the new COVID-19 vaccines prevent people from getting infected with COVID-19 or spreading the disease?

Source: Can vaccinated people transmit COVID-19? The answer will be key to ending the pandemic – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Plastic-production Problem

Plastic fills our dumps, homes and oceans, and takes a huge toll on wildlife. Yet the oil industry plans to increase its production 40 percent over the next decade.

Source: The Plastic-production Problem

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Most of Texas’ energy comes from oil and gas. So why blame wind and solar for its power failures? – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Regardless of what really happened, Texas conservatives want to blame renewables for the state’s power fiasco, protect the fossil fuel industry—and open another front in the culture war.

Source: Most of Texas’ energy comes from oil and gas. So why blame wind and solar for its power failures? – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Dictionary Of Irish Biography – Comyn, Michael

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The Supervet

The show follows Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and the team at Fitzpatrick Referrals sharing with the world the highs and lows of a working veterinary practice

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Broca’s (Expressive) Aphasia – National Aphasia Association. Traumatic brain injury: this is why I use Twitter, computer, email. Phone is nearly impossible for communication.  You rely on someone else’s spoken word to prompt you to give a reply.  Scrambling to make sense words come to mind & the visual is the plough and the stars; the words are not and cannot be sequenced just clutched at in the hope that the other person will make sense of what you are trying to say.

Individuals with Broca’s aphasia have trouble speaking fluently but their comprehension can be relatively preserved. This type of aphasia is also known as non-fluent or expressive aphasia.

Source: Broca’s (Expressive) Aphasia – National Aphasia Association

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Uncovering Grangegorman Histories for Culture Night 2020

Listen to the little-known story of the recovery and restoration of the records from the hospitals associated with the Grangegorman site. These records document the lives of the people and the practices employed there from 1814 onwards.

Source: Uncovering Grangegorman Histories for Culture Night 2020

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