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An archive of research links and resources highlighting preschool, kindergarten and child research studies, conducted by educational and independent sources and how they relate to childhood development, family cohesiveness and educational values.

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by Mike Adams

August 2, 2013

A team of scientists at the University of Colorado, Boulder, have achieved what appears to be the "holy grail" of water splitting technology for the production and storage of clean, abundant energy. Because sunlight is free, I'm calling this "free energy.

To understand this breakthrough, it's important to first understand why solar power has so many limitations. Solar is great when the sun is shining, but storing solar power require the deployment of a large array of heavy, expensive and toxic electrical storage devices known as "deep cycle batteries." To put it in street terms, deep cycle battery technology sucks. The batteries suck, the chemicals suck, the weight sucks and the cost sucks. There is absolutely nothing to like about batteries unless you enjoy hulking around with heavy, useless objects.


June 12, 2014

39 months after the Fukushima meltdown...what is TEPCO doing to remedy the situation?

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by Nancy Levant

June 26, 2007

This topic deserves the deepest introspection by every person of every age and gender. At the core of our being, we are first and foremost male or female.

Now, what's interesting to consider about this exploding fascination with gender is that all grant-based projects come with governmental agendas attached - all grant-based projects. And in today's world, grant-based projects partner with other grant-based projects - all sharing information, and all reporting their project results and data to their grantors - the government.

by Nicholas Wade

December 2, 2010

No, they didn't find it in space. They discovered it somewhere even stranger and more exotic, the place from which all bizarre life forms originate: California.

If, per NASA's breathless announcement a few days ago, you were expecting something even freaky deakier, try not to be too disappointed. This is still darned deaky. In a nutshell: Every last organism on Earth is supposed to contain six essential elements - carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, sulphur, and phosphorus, the last of which is essential for forming the framework of the DNA double-helix. From bacteria to blue whales, if something's alive then it's got the big six. No exceptions to that rule. Until now.

by Allah Pundit

January 19, 2011

What's tuition up to these days at private universities, parents? About $30-35,000? Nearly half of the nation's undergraduates show almost no gains in learning in their first two years of college.

Despite learning a little bit of jack and a whole lot of squat, students in the survey nonetheless managed a 3.2 GPA on average according to the study's author, which tells you most of what you need to know about grade inflation and the rigors of modern higher learning.

April 30, 2010

Bill Weihl, head of Google Energy, revealed on Friday at the Earth2Tech Green.Net event that the subsidiary might help the search engine giant access renewable energy to power its massive data centers, according to a report by Data Center Knowledge.

Google formed the new subsidiary to purchase and sell power on the wholesale market. Weihl tried to put an end to the recent speculation surrounding the subsidiary, joking that Google was not looking to be the next Enron as an energy trading power broker. He did, however, offer a situation where Google Energy could help supply the company with renewable energy for its data centers. "Supposing we had a facility somewhere in the Midwest and have power contracts," Weihl said, adding that Google normally signs multi-year utility contracts. "Let's say there's a developer who wants to build a wind farm on land nearby. We'd love to buy the power from that wind farm." In order to accomplish this project, Google would need to sign a deal with the developer that required it to purchase the wind power it generates. This could potentially put Google in a position where the company would have to pay for energy before its existing multi-year agreement ends. But if Google Earth is able to buy and sell power, the subsidiary could sign a deal to buy power from the local wind farm. The company could then resell that power on the open market until its current utility deal ends and use the renewable power to operate its own data center.

The Huffington Post

by David Kirby

February 25, 2008

After years of insisting there is no evidence to link vaccines with the onset of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the US government has quietly conceded a vaccine-autism case in the Court of Federal Claims.

The claim, one of 4,900 autism cases currently pending in Federal "Vaccine Court," was conceded by US Assistant Attorney General Peter Keisler and other Justice Department officials, on behalf of the Department of Health and Human Services, the "defendant" in all Vaccine Court cases.

Wired News

by Michelle Delio

July 16, 2011

"The whole art of government consists in the art of being honest," according to the architect of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.

Researchers at the MIT Media Lab unveiled the Government Information Awareness, or GIA, website Friday. Using applications developed at the Media Lab, GIA collects and collates information about government programs, plans and politicians from the general public and numerous online sources. Currently the database contains information on more than 3,000 public figures.

by Jonathan Benson

May 20, 2012

An Illinois beekeeper with more than a decade's worth of expertise about how to successfully raise organic, chemical-free bees is the latest victim of flagrant government tyranny

According to the Prairie Advocate, Terrence "Terry" Ingram of Apple River, Ill., owner of Apple Creek Apiaries, recently had his bees and beehives stolen from him by the Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDofA), as well as more than 15 years' worth of research proving Monsanto's Roundup to be the cause of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) destroyed.

PJ Media

by Stephen Green

May 4, 2012

Sloppy science and ethical misconduct in medical research could be dangerous to American patients.

Two recent articles in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times have exposed a little-known but growing problem of sloppy science and ethical misconduct in medical research that could be dangerous to American patients. The Wall Street Journal described how hundreds of cancer cell samples in scientific laboratories around the world are either contaminated or misidentified - which casts doubt on the reliability of any subsequent scientific results...

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