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“If you start turning the Titanic long before you hit the iceberg, you can go clear without even spilling a drink of a passenger on deck,” said Richard B. Alley, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University. “If you wait until you’re really close, spilling a lot of drinks is the best you can hope for.” NYT

“If you start turning the Titanic long before you hit the iceberg, you can go clear without even spilling a drink of a passenger on deck,” said Richard B. Alley, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University. “If you wait until you’re really close, spilling a lot of drinks is the best you can hope for.” NYT

From past rumbles...Keep pretending Heads down deep down in the sand No Worries Mate! Keep pretending...Keep pretending.

From past rumbles...Keep pretending Heads down deep down in the sand No Worries Mate! Keep pretending...Keep pretending.

Connecting The  Layers_ _ _

Connecting The Layers_ _ _

Connecting The Dots...

Connecting The Dots...

'caravana morguera' (mortuary caravan)

'caravana morguera' (mortuary caravan)

CHERNOBYL to FUKUSHIMA...connecting the dots.  Still convinced Nuclear Power is a wise way? JB

CHERNOBYL to FUKUSHIMA...connecting the dots. Still convinced Nuclear Power is a wise way? JB

Fast, Cheap, Dead! Happy Shopping!  The other side of the discerning shopper out there.

Fast, Cheap, Dead! Happy Shopping! The other side of the discerning shopper out there.

Yep we did it Gordi! How easy was that Berni! You were right they fell for it once again.  Cheers to the next successful profit flash! Best idea ever! Cheers!

Yep we did it Gordi! How easy was that Berni! You were right they fell for it once again. Cheers to the next successful profit flash! Best idea ever! Cheers!

Records kept by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration show that the last time the agency inspected the plant was 28 years ago. In that inspection, dated Feb. 13, 1985, the agency found five “serious” violations, including ones involving improper storage and handling of anhydrous ammonia and improper respiratory protection for workers. The agency imposed a $30 penalty on the company.

Records kept by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration show that the last time the agency inspected the plant was 28 years ago. In that inspection, dated Feb. 13, 1985, the agency found five “serious” violations, including ones involving improper storage and handling of anhydrous ammonia and improper respiratory protection for workers. The agency imposed a $30 penalty on the company.