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New report sheds light on dos and don’ts of geoengineering

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AND WALA AFTER THREE TO FIVE DAYS — YOU ARE IN. BUT, WITH THE NEW TECHNOLOGY ALSO OPENING YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS TO BAD GUYS? SO I AM GOING TO TEST IT OUT RIGHT HERE IN OUR NEWSROOM BECAUSE A LOT OF YOUR EMPLOYEES ARE GUILTY BUT THEY LEAVE THE KEYS OUT ON THE DESK AND GO AWAY, HERE IS A GOOD EXAMPLE, NICK IS ONE OF OUR PRODUCERS RIGHT NOW HE IS ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE BUILDING, BOOTHING A SHOW, BUT HE LEFT HIS HOUSE KEYS RIGHT OUT HERE AND SO ALL THAT I HAVE TO DO IS TAKE A PICTURE OF THE SOME TRADITIONAL LOCK SMITH’S SAY THAT CUTTING KEYS ON-LINE WITHOUT ANY FACE-TO-FACE INTERACTION MAKES IT TOO EASY FOR ABUSE.
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World Smart Energy Week 2015 Exhibitor Profiles – Yahoo Finance

Caldeira said that with climate being an already hot-button topic in the current U.S. political discourse, it’s unlikely that geoengineering would fare much better. “I don’t see any politician who will see any benefit in winning an election and campaigning on funding a research program,” he said. Focusing on geoengineering could also mean committing money to speculative ventures as opposed to more obvious solutions to climate change, such as bringing down the cost of renewables. In light of that, the report recommends focusing on pursuing research that can have co-benefits with other fields, such as cloud research and climate modeling, rather than launching a new research program specifically for albedo modification. Additionally, the report recommends beefing up the U.S. satellite fleet to monitor changes in the Earth’s reflectivity, which would also have co-benefits for monitoring crops, forests and cloud cover.
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Museum Sterling man’s tribute to childhood – Journal Advocate

Mark Walters at the counter in his Memory Lane museum, a tribute to the era of his childhood.

He enjoys taking the cars to auto shows as well. (Sara Waite / Sterling Journal-Advocate) STERLING Tucked in among storage buildings, industrial businesses, and the Sterling solar garden stands one man’s tribute to the 1950s and ’60s. The era of his childhood was a time when “Neighbors were neighbors,” and “A promise and a handshake was as good as gold,” says Sterling native Mark Walters. Dubbed Memory Lane, the private museum features all original, local memorabilia from the decades Walter grew up in.
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