Wednesday, February 20, 2013

UK retailers suffer snow-blighted January
Worst January performance for the retail sector for three years as out-of-town retail parks and shopping centres hit hardest by the snowy conditions
The American Spectator : Al Gore’s $500 Million Trojan Horse
Finally there is good news on the jobs front for the Obama administration. Al Jazeera, or “Terrorism TV,” as it used to be known for celebrating the three thousand Americans killed on 9/11 and other exploits by Osama bin Laden, announced plans to create some 200 jobs in the United States over the next six months — in its headquarters at the UN in New York, in Washington, D.C., and in bureaus in Detroit, New Orleans, San Francisco, and other cities.
Major winter storm headed from California to Midwest
Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri are in the crosshairs, and some computer models suggest that Chicago will get heavy snow late in the week.
Heavy snowfall in China wreaks havoc
In Anhui, 90 houses were toppled and 114 others were damaged as a result of the snow, causing direct economic losses of 84 million yuan ($13.38 million).
Power Density Separates the Wheat from the Chaff — MasterResource
In summary, power density is the “gold standard” as a high-level pass/fail measure of an energy source’s value to humanity.

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