Wednesday, February 27, 2013

VIDEO shows roof collapsing under weight of snow at Eagles Club in Belton, Missouri
The collapse was one of several reported across Missouri and Kansas, as the region faced a second round of heavy snow in one week.
Record snowfall closes schools again | Michigan
Grand Haven and Spring Lake schools were closed for the seventh day this winter as record snowfall continued to drop in the area.
Fuel Fix » AAA says selling E15 is irresponsible
The biofuel industry and federal government haven’t done enough to warn motorists about the dangers of pumping higher ethanol blends of gasoline into older cars and trucks, the head of the American Automobile Association told Congress on Tuesday.
Lord Lawson Urges Government To Ignore EU Regulation If Energy Security Is At Risk | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Lord Lawson urged energy and climate change minister Baroness Verma to assure the House that “if the need arises our coal-fired power stations will be kept open as long as is necessary, regardless of the European combustion plants directive”.
Street Smarts: Stiffer Pavements Can Reduce Fuel Use, says PCA - Yahoo! News
Concrete pavements, inherently stiffer than asphalt, can reduce a car's "footprint" and gas costs.
Green Weenie of the Week: Rajendra Pachauri | Power Line
Pachauri told a Danish newspaper in 2004: “What is the difference between Lomborg’s view of humanity and Hitler’s? If you were to accept Lomborg’s way of thinking, then maybe what Hitler did was the right thing.”

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