Monthly Archives: April 2012

All Shook Up

It was 7:17 AM on September nineteenth 1985 in Mexico when all the sudden the ground began to shake and buildings began to fall. Soon it was learned that an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.0 had occurred on the … Continue reading

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Boom. Bye, Bye Safety?

As a citizen of the United States, we hear a lot of information on the news involving what coal mines used to be like and how third world countries are still practicing these once used unsafe strategies to obtain coal. … Continue reading

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This Anniversary Party is a Total Downer

Chernobyl. For those familiar with the event, the word alone evokes a wince, a grimace, a slow shake of the head. The horror of the 1986 nuclear disaster in the Ukraine will (hopefully) forever be remembered as “by far the … Continue reading

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Brave new World

The River, the river, the river is on fire, don’t get the water, just let it burn. Well this isn’t quite the anthem people had in mind on June 22, 1969, when the Cuyahoga River caught on fire but I … Continue reading

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