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Depending on when it occurs, a power outage can be very disruptive to your daily routine. Having a constant flow of electricity is something that we have come to take for granted, so any time it is interrupted, we find ourselves not knowing what to do. Whether it is just a
Already this summer much of the nation has faced record setting, triple-digit heat, and it's only mid-July.
Now, as heat waves become more common, a new report questions the safety of a long-relied-upon method for staying cool on sweltering days: the electric fan.
While the rev
A British Armed Forces scientific expedition to Antarctica relied on Panasonic Toughbooks for communications during their Scott-inspired explorations to mark the 100th anniversary of his endeavours.
The 24 person expedition, in three teams made up of British Armed Services personnel, expl
Nagoya Corp - A Brazilian oil rig was temporarily evacuated after it began to list during routine maintenance.
The oil rig, operated by Transocean, near Rio de Janeiro's shoreline was temporarily evacuated after it began to list slightly during a routine maintenance operation. Nagoya Corp
The Parliamentary Information Office of the Parliamentary Yearbook is currently gathering news items for major features on environment, sustainable energy and climate change in the next edition
The Prime Minister made the case for clean energy in the UK and heralded the rapid progress of
The Parliamentary Information Office of the Parliamentary Yearbook is currently gathering news items for major features on education, research and adult learning in the next edition
The EU can help national governments raise the quality of higher education, make curricula more relevant to
As rife as drug addiction is in our society, essentially the most upsetting part is young drug addiction. Our young people are being open to terrible drugs at younger and younger ages. Plus, they're opened through their family members also. With drugs all over the place, it's exhausting to imagin
Outdoor Internet - If you're the kind of person who likes to get outdoors in the summer, then it's a good idea to go ahead and start planning. Because this year's winter was so mild in so many parts of the country, people weren't able to go skiing or snowboarding very much. So people who like to
Europe Bailouts - The cost of borrowing in Spain has jumped over 6%, creating fears that Madrid may need a bailout from the EU. The amount which Spain would need to pay for 10 year bonds is now 6.1% more than the value of the bond, compared to just 1.73% in Germany.
Investors are worried
ow Rick Santorum has dropped out of the Republican nominations for president, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will face incumbent Democratic Barack Obama.
Yes, 2008 was billed as the election of a generation - the once-in-a-lifetime chance to get rid of the warmongering ne
Proposals by the FSA to put transitional arrangements in place to help 'mortgage prisoners' are too onerous and will not work, the Council of Mortgage Lenders has said.
It says the FSA should instead allow exceptions to lenders' responsible lending policies, as long as loans still comply
Playing youth football is a great experience for most children of all different ages. As a parent, you might be curious as to why you should allow your children to participate in the sport of football and what type of benefits they will get out of it. The benefits your children will receive w
Termite - Ordinary sighting for swarmers is approximately late March to early April time, but this year I've seen termite swarmers as soon as the middle of February. This is possibly due to the light winter time we've had that has had a knock on result on the bug and animal world. Termites
Future commonwealth - The Republic is dead. This was according to the Sydney Morning Herald, after the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and recent visit by the Queen to Australia. Republicanism has had a chequered history in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Most people support the m
American Health Care - According to a study by Charles Blahous, a George Mason University research fellow, President Barack Obama's flagship healthcare bill could overshoot its cost-saving targets, adding $530bn to America's titanic debt levels.
According to Reuters, the "Affordable Care
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