Category: Agenda 21
The Beginnings Connect 2022 August 2, 2014 by Thelma Taormina For those who are still asleep, let me awaken you...
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Posted on April 18, 2014 by SkyVision Solutions [Editor Note: This blog article consists of a document authored by Richard H. Conrad, Ph.D., intended as a letter addressed to a utility company considering the installation of smart meters.] NINE REASONS WHY TODAY?S SMART METER SYSTEMS ARE A MISTAKE by Richard H. Conrad, Ph.D. biochemist
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Tulsa Beacon News Not So Smart ? PSO customers must accept smart meters November 21, 2013 AEP-PSO (Public Service Co. of Oklahoma) announced it will leave all Tulsa residential customers no choice but to switch to controversial smart meters by 2016.
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Musings on Economic Freedom from the Texas Public Policy Foundation?s Center for Economic Freedom The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC) will meet this morning as it continues its efforts to impose ObamaCare-style regulation on the Texas electricity market.
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EU Targets Seeds and Gardeners; Critics Lash Out Alex Newman | Tuesday, 07 May 2013 14:11 As part of the seemingly never-ending drive to expand and centralize its own coercive power, the controversial European Union in Brussels is now targeting seeds and gardeners with a proposed new ?law? aimed at regulating all ?plant reproductive material? within the bloc. Despite strong backing by mega-corporations and genetic-engineering giants, however, the proposal has sparked a furious grassroots outcry around the world that transcends traditional political divides.
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Fridges could be switched off without owner's consent to reduce strain on power stations By Melanie Hall 9:30AM BST 28 Apr 2013
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by Katrina Evenhouse
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By Thelma Taormina 10-14-12 In January 2011, National Geographic published one segment in a series on the world's population by Robert Kunzig titled: Population 7 billion.
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Published May 30, 2012 FoxNews.com The Environmental Protection Agency uses aerial surveillance across a swath of the Midwest know as Section 7 ? which includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri -- and has defended the practice as cost-efficient.
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Times247 by: Katherine Timpf Thursday, May 31, 2012
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