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One Tough Mother Crafts
Global Sportswear Success >>>>>>
Can it be the water hereabouts that nurtures
worldwide success in sportswear creation and
marketing? One might think so when you
consider the impact Oregon-grown products have
had on our planet's athletic and recreational
Melts in Tierra Del Fuego, Oregon?
TV reporters need retraining )
Ignoring Customer Desires Threatens Boeing Contract (Air shares crash)
Similies is, Like, Something Else
E.T. Went Home?
(An essay suggesting that Zeus wore an EVA suit.)
Hans Zeiger: Save the Philly Scouts (A plea for fairness to a grand group.)
Oregon 'Ponzi' Scheme Con Man
All-electric Tesla Roadster
This new 220-mile range (per "tank") car from California, using components made
in places from Taiwan to England, will go from 0-60 in less than five seconds.
Operating entirely on batteries, and based on night time charging when power
company rates are lower, it costs about a penney a mile to drive. Initial production
may be as low as 200 units. The price? $98,000 and no cents. (external link)
arrested for CRAIGSLIST hoax that triggered Oregon
ransacking... (Drudge link)
U.S. Jobless Rate in February was 4.8% Economies in "shambles"
(Hillary Clinton's term) should be made of sterner stuff. (Yessir,
those Bush tax cuts put everybody out of work. However, mainly due to
rising fuel costs which affect the cost of just about everything else,
there may be trouble, ahead. Greenspan
foresees possible recession...
If that happens, credit it to decades of restriction on U.S. oil
exploration and refining facilities )
storm chaser photos as tornado season kicks in ...
(A Must Click !!)
Pigskin Pete a.k.a. Shanghai
Visit Astounds Oregon Mag Editor
trip part one)
Shanghai Experiences Continued... (China
trip part two)
Editor Experiences Globalization
( China trip part three)
Global Warming Drops 60 Feet of Snow on Mt. Hood
2008, 5am -- Timberline Lodge: Snowing, 20°F. New snow past 24 hours: 8".
snow past 72 hours:
25". Base Depth at Lodge:
230". Total snowfall to date:
. Hood Meadows
broke its own season snowfall
of 623" last month.
(Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for this info.)
Drudge (late March):
FOR CHICAGO ON FIRST DAY OF SPRING...
has snowiest winter since records began in 1880...
hits 95.4 inches...
Ocean cooling may solve Antarctic mystery
(Reuters) - Fossil evidence of a cooling of the oceans 35 million years ago may
have solved a mystery about how Antarctica froze over in one of the big
this is about then, but is interesting in light of recent reports of
oceanic temperature declines
Plus, this ancient cooling obviously followed a period when
Antarctica didn't have a covering of snow and ice. One wonders
how many SUVs and fossil fueled electricity generating plants it took
35 million years ago to generate the man-caused global warming at
Not convinced, yet? Click on this: http://junkscience.com/
exec stands by calling global warming a "crock"
Cascades for a Decade
January 30, 2008 -- Extreme weather is due
Warming. Too warm,
cold, too wet, too dry, too much snow, too little snow -- it's all
by the same thing. To avoid being jailed for participating in this
you must trade your pickup for a Vespa, quit objecting to continual tax
increases, cease criticizing tree-hugging hippie whacko
and, above all else, stop
exhaling. | Senator
Inhoff's Global Warming Challenge
link.) | Denver
Breaks Record For Snowfall On Christmas Day
In other science news: New
Net Technology Portends Movie Download in Seconds
Transplants With No Rejection Scientists
have created a beating heart in the laboratory in a breakthrough that
allow doctors one day to make a range of organs for transplant.
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