With the Easter holiday fast approaching, tons of chocolate will soon be consumed. Dr. Dave Woynarowski is asked what the difference is between white, dark and milk chocolate and which is healthier for you.
(PRWEB) March 31, 2009 -- Every year at this time thousands of tons of chocolate Easter Bunnies are unleashed on the world; given as sweet treats for children, and the child in all of us. Some are white chocolate, some are milk…
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As expected, Ron Paul supporters have been excoriating me via email and all over the Internet because I brought up his vote to allow sexual deviants to openly serve in our military in this column. Nothing new. This Ron Paul supporter says I'm "sort of an embarrassment" because of my firm belief that what God says is His word and I will not "set aside" God for any candidate. He was referring to this column I wrote in June 2008.
Every email… Continue
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Published: Wednesday, September 28, 2011, 12:00 PM Updated: Wednesday, September 28, 2011, 3:01 PM
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- There were temporary river waterfalls where the Mississippi ran backwards during 1811-12 earthquakes. It happened early on Feb. 7, 1812, when a thrust fault created a sudden dam several feet high in the bottom of the river loop near New Madrid.
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Han Cao's nanofluidic chip could cut DNA sequencing costs dramatically.
By Lauren Gravitz
TR10: $100 Genome - Video
In the corner of the small lab is a locked door with a colorful sign taped to the front: "$100 Genome Room--Authorized Persons Only." BioNanomatrix
, the startup that runs the lab, is pursuing what many believe… Continue
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Rice bred to perform well in the toughest conditions where the poorest farmers grow rice is a step away from reaching farmers thanks to a major project led by the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).…
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A new WaterTech Online® Reader Poll is asking public water system operators whether their system uses chlorine or chloramine to disinfect its drinking water.
Anyone wishing to respond to the poll can find it immediately by going to the WaterTech Online
Web site home page, scrolling down and looking along the right side of the page under “Surveys & Polls.” Answering and submitting an answer requires only a couple of… Continue
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By John DeSantis
Senior Staff Writer
Published: Sunday, September 19, 2010 at 6:01 a.m.
BAYOU BLUE — Eli Haydell has an X-Box to play with and a television to watch, along with games and toys. What the 5-year-old likes doing most, however, is playing with his grandmother’s… Continue
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(Nanowerk Spotlight) Australian researchers have introduced the Nanopatch – a new way of delivering vaccines to the skin and potentially a safer, cheaper alternative to traditional needle vaccines. The Nanopatch comprises arrays of densely packed projections with a defined geometry and distribution designed to physically target vaccines directly to thousands of epidermal and dermal antigen…
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The much maligned Road Home Program, which was supposed to help homeowners rebuild after Hurricane Katrina, has almost 800 million dollars of funds that administrators of the program have not spent.
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In the new movie "The Expendables" Arnold Schwarzenegger has a F...ing problem...
"He wants to be… Continue
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Dynetics Completes Successful 60-Second Test on Multipurpose NanoMissile System Rocket Engine
July 26, 2010:
Dynetics has successfully completed a test firing series of the Multipurpose NanoMissile System (MNMS) first-stage demonstration booster being developed for the Strategic Commanded for the… Continue
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The Transportation Security Administration tests a portable explosive detection equipment in Algiers.-- Video
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Called Wholesale Direct Metals
today. Spot price for gold was at $1,186 oz. - silver at $18.38 oz.
I spoke with a nice gentleman to find out about prices etc. I told him that I was only interested in the gold and silver eagles and over the years I have always bought from Apmex and Midas a few times. He quoted me a price, $1,240.50 oz. and $20.19 oz. for the silver. Good price! Attempted to place my usual monthly order (2 - 1 oz.gold eagles and… Continue
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