- Julian Assange and the Computer Conspiracy; “To destroy this invisible government” (best explanation for why he's doing it) - Something Wiki'ed This Way Comes - The man who kicked the hornet's nest - US embassy leaks: 'The data deluge is coming ...' (video) - Assange: The Truth Will Always Win
Personally, I don’t believe large-scale commercialization of cellulosic ethanol will ever be viable due to the aforementioned fundamental issues with biomass conversion and efficiency, and will ultimately be relegated to the role of a niche fuel provider.
Promoted by blackandred on Tue, 2010/12/07 - 9:00pm
By Tim Groves - December 7, 2010
In a report released today Ontario Ombudsman André Marin strongly criticized the regulations implemented ahead of the G20 which gave the police extraordinary powers, and said that it "amounted to martial law" being implemented during the G20.
Promoted by blackandred on Tue, 2010/12/07 - 8:26pm
By Sandra Cuffe - December 6, 2010
So, I could write a really polite open letter. You know, kind of a figurative tap on the shoulder to say: "Hey guys, when you're writing and commenting about these charges against Julian Assange, you're sort of perpetuating awful stereotypes and sexist arguments about women and rape..." Fuck polite. I am so done with polite.
“You say things are happening ... give me an example. Numerous organizations are doing lots of great work - permaculture, relocalization, etc. This is wonderful, and I’m involved in it. But everything measurable is going the wrong way. So whatever we’re doing is not working. ...
By Deborah Pasmantier (AFP)
PARIS — The cholera outbreak ravaging Haiti began at a camp for UN peacekeepers from Nepal, according to an expert report submitted to the French foreign ministry, a source close to the matter told AFP on Tuesday.
Our province's Forest Service has been seriously damaged by reckless cuts and changes. In a study released today, resource analyst Ben Parfitt analyses government data to determine the extent of the damage, and concludes that it's high time for a public inquiry into the state of our Forest Service.