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    Re: Made In China.... VACCINES for Export

    People frequently compare this period of history to that of pre-WW2 when Japan supposedly attacked US without provocation even though US and Britain were trying to cut off the oil supply to Japan....
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    Re: Price Of Gasoline Where You Live

    Zakaria: Why oil prices will stay high
    http://globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/15/zakaria-why-oil-prices-will-stay-high/
  3. China weighs 'right side of history' in Gulf

    I like to read Asian Times articles, because it allows a variety (non-USA) of perspectives on geopolitical events...As the geopolitical chess match continues between US and China. Ambassador M K...
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    Re: China Continues to Drive Metal Demand

    I am so glad there are at least few Australians here..LOL
    People frequently asked me about the relationship between Dow and Shanghai index....and Voila..Daryl Guppy of CNBC Asia Australian stock...
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    China Continues to Drive Metal Demand

    Iron Ore is synonymous with Aussie Dollar (commodity currency).
    Currently less than 3 % of my net worth is in the paper market at any given time..Doing a little speculative trading between Aussie...
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    Re: Price Of Gasoline Where You Live

    I made a rather large sum donation to Dr. Paul's campaign. Go Dr. Paul !! Currently overseeing my son doing his homework. Will be back on my regular schedule on Tuesday..Take care guys and gals.
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    Re: Business of Private Correctional facility

    You guys will be surprised to know that ex-military guys make up most of these private corporation inmates...then comes illegal immigrants and etc...Hence it won't surprise any of you to deduce that...
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    Business of Private Correctional facility

    As I explained to our esteemed "elders" before in my inquisition;), I have many years of experience working with correctional facilities. This includes various Washington State and Nevada...
  9. Re: AVEC Options Mining Property in Argentina Confirming New Investment Diversificati

    I agree with your astute analysis...All the research/brainstorming that I am currently engaging is for post-crash purposes. Just keeping an eye out possible short-term speculation play. I definitely...
  10. AVEC Options Mining Property in Argentina Confirming New Investment Diversification

    AVEC Options Mining Property in Argentina Confirming New Investment Diversification Strategy
    http://www.sacbee.com/2012/01/10/4176673/avec-options-mining-property-in.html

    DUBAI, United Arab...
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    Re: Palladium: The Ultimate Hydrogen Membrane

    Continued Advances in Fuel Cell Technology
    http://oilprice.com/Alternative-Energy/Fuel-Cells/Continued-Advances-in-Fuel-Cell-Technology.html

    The New Year may well be the breakthrough year for...
  12. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Lead-acid

    “Even though lead-acid chemistry is over a hundred years old there are people doing some new things with it to make it competitive,” Denholm said. Greenburger agreed, explaining,...
  13. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Sodium sulfur
    ďThere are a wide range of maturities for the sodium sulfur (NaS) battery,Ē according to Denholm of the NREL, explaining that NGK Insulators, based in Japan, builds cells for grid-tied...
  14. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Iron-copper nanoparticles

    Yi Cui, a materials science and engineering professor at Stanford University, recently developed nanowire anodes for li-ion batteries. The electrode is said to be 99%...
  15. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Lithium-ion

    Paul Denholm, a systems analyst for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) said that while lithium-ion (li-ion) batteries have been primarily used for electric vehicles and...
  16. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Sodium-ion

    Aquion Energy(http://www.aquionenergy.com/), based in Pittsburgh, Pennyslvania, is developing what it calls a low-cost, ambient temperature sodium-ion battery. It uses an...
  17. Re: Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Zinc-air..I will look for the stock symbol tomorrow. If there is one..
    Zinc air battery chemistries is one of the most interesting things Greenburger has seen recently. EOS Energy...
  18. Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old

    Solar Power Battery Storage: New chemistries and old...
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    Re: Price Of Gasoline Where You Live

    For the record, wise investors should realize most of the BRIC countries are undergoing various stages of deregulation; whereas advance western economies are implementing stages of "regulation"....
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    Dr. Liu graduated from Harvard. He is a very eloquent writer, much like that of our Dr. Mamboni. Most of Dr. Liu's essays focus on the international geopolitical relationships-especially between US...
  21. Why Manganese-Gallium Is Not The Next Neodymium-Iron-Boron

    Why Manganese-Gallium Is Not The Next Neodymium-Iron-Boron
    http://www.techmetalsresearch.com/2011/12/why-manganese-gallium-is-not-the-next-neodymium-iron-boron/

    Iíve received a number of emails...
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    The Last Soviet Citizen

    The Last Soviet Citizen
    http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2012/01/13/the-last-soviet-citizen/

    http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/wp-content/uploads/coke-in-space2.png
    Who was the last citizen of the...
  23. Re: Amazing -Toyota Window to the world - multimedia system

    I agree. This Multimedia system Technology can be rather useful when driving on long boring stretches of Nevada highway
  24. Re: S&P downgrades France and Austria, Among Others

    Like Max Keiser said..downgrades increase volatility. And hence increase profits for the banks. It is all about the banks..
  25. Re: Think about how stupid the average person is...

    Most of the healthcare providers that I have spoken to in the last few weeks still think the economy will turn around soon..They are not alternative media freaks like us. That is for sure.
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