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Nuts to You, Say Almond Growers Filing Federal Suit
Written by Jeanne Roberts   
Mark Kastel, my good buddy over at The Cornucopia Institute, send me a red alert on Wednesday.

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Cloning: Making the Geico Caveman Real
Written by Jeanne Roberts   
Last month, Science Daily reported the successful sequencing of a complete mitochondrial genome from a Neanderthal bone.
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Cattails: A Good Idea to Combat Global Warming and Ocean Rise
Written by Jeanne Roberts   
In California, where cutting-edge technologies meet practical applications, a marsh of cattails risings across the road from a field of corn offers the next best hope for rising seas attributed to global warming.

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Politically Correct Beer: How Do the Major Players Rate?
Written by Elaine Chan   
InBev NV (INBVF:US), the world's largest brewing company by sales, is buying Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. (NYSE: BUD), the brewer that owns the best-selling beer in America. Anheuser-Busch had a 1.8 percent increase in profit in the second quarter of 2008. People are drinking a lot, even though (or because) they are making less money or losing their homes. Most major breweries have a "responsibility'' section on their corporate website. But are breweries ethical? Do they practice what they preach?


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Teenagers: Our Last Great Hope?
Written by Jeanne Roberts   
In every generation teenagers have gotten a bad rap.

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