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Central Valley has California's first officially opened hydrogen gas station
By tvgnus   posted 47 minutes ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Ramos Oil in West Sacramento first to meet all requirements •  A hydrogen fueling station is very different The first officially open refueling station for hydrogen-fueled cars on the West Coast is ready to...

Thank god! We finally have definite proof,because Ted Cruz.
By HEY YOU   posted 3 hours ago:
http://www.ibtimes.com/global- Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said on Sunday that there is no factual basis behind research that shows that the planet is heating up. Pictured: Cruz (R-TX) questions the Internal Revenue Service commissioner...

Conservation group slams state, federal water agencies with complaint
By tvgnus   posted 6 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Says Water Board and Bureau of Reclamation are violating the law •  Major factors in the threatened extinction winter-run and spring-run salmon A complaint has been filed against the State Water Resources Control Board...

Hundreds make final protest of governors tunnels
By tvgnus   posted 14 hours ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine The scene was like something from the 1960s at Berkeley, but instead of protesting to an unlistening government about an unpopular war, the hundreds crowded onto the sidewalk in front of the Sacramento Grand...

Expert who massively exaggerated Ebola outbreak predictions under fire on claims
By Ceffer   posted 16 hours ago:
Expert who massively exaggerated Ebola outbreak predictions under fire on claims http://www.dailymail.co.uk/new They have doubled his salary to study Global Warming.

Summit to explore Valley's clean energy economy (1st story)
By tvgnus   posted 2 days ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine A lunchtime chat will feature state Sen. Anthony Cannella, Assemblyman Adam Gray, and Alexander Sherriffs, California Air Resources Board and San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District board member.

California "rain debt" equal to average full year of precipitation
By tvgnus   1 comment, latest 2 days ago:
HEY YOU says tvgnus, I've been following all the forecasts for a strong El Nino but with all the heat in the northern Pacific,I'm wondering if El Nino will still drop heavy rain in CA....

Organic food is a colossal hoax
By tovarichpeter   13 comments, latest 3 days ago:
CaptainShuddup says Nothing for nothing but if a farmer can grow me a tomatoe that taste like heirloom tomatoe, with every thing one would love about a tomatoe being in that tomatoe. I don't care...

California water use drops 27.3 percent
By tvgnus   posted 4 days ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine State had ordered a 25 percent curtailment for June •  Californians are taking action Despite record-breaking heat throughout much of the state in June, Californians continued to conserve water, reducing water use by 27.3...

Most Californians say global warming contributing to drought
By tvgnus   3 comments, latest 4 days ago:
HydroCabron says Wouldn't tax cuts, by enabling Job Creators to evolve market-oriented business solutions, end this drought? Ending restrictions on the purchase of firearms would likely do the same. Since guns cure cancer, it's reasonable...

Wildfires explode across California, resources stretched thin
By tvgnus   posted 4 days ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Photo taken at 7:47 a.m. Thursday shows how inversion layer compresses smoke plume from Cabin Fire. Firefighters are battling woodland and grassland fires throughout California Thursday due to a combination of dry weather, dead...

Feinstein, Boxer weigh in with a water solution
By tvgnus   1 comment, latest 4 days ago:
Blurtman says

San Francisco Plans Worlds Largest H2 Fueling Station
By John Bailo   posted 5 days ago:
LIVERMORE, California, July 27, 2015 (ENS) – The world’s largest hydrogen fueling station is in the works for San Francisco. Plans call for it to serve fuel cell electric cars, buses and fleet vehicles in...

Exclusive: Mercury's rise creates competition for California water
By tvgnus   1 comment, latest 6 days ago:
SoftShell says I would think the sun would overwhelm any gravitational forces mercury would add to average tidal displacement.

Children & grand children will grow up big & strong,
By HEY YOU   1 comment, latest 6 days ago:
CaptainShuddup says Perhaps it should be best left up to the consumer to seek out GMO free packaging rather than the Government putting the onus on the producer to tell the consumer their product is...

Toyota fuel cell bus tested in Tokyo
By John Bailo   posted 6 days ago:
A number of other cities around the world have either begun testing or rolling out buses that do not rely on burning fossil fuels. London and Gothenburg have seen electric buses introduced to their fleets,...

This happened in Red States?
By HEY YOU   3 comments, latest 6 days ago:
Dan8267 says Are you still sore from being demonstrated as a coward by not showing up at Georgie's? Hey, you're the basic bitch who begged to meet up and then ran away as soon as...

Sunday 10 August 2008 19.01 EDT
By HEY YOU   posted 1 week ago:
http://www.theguardian.com/com All the world's coastal plains would be lost, complete with ports, cities, transport and industrial infrastructure, and much of the world's most productive farmland. The world's geography would be transformed much as it was...

Drought, climate change fuel high-elevation California fires, study finds
By tvgnus   posted 1 week ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Increasing in numbers •  Yet another harbinger of climate change Wildfires in California's Sierra Nevada mountain range are increasingly burning high-elevation forests, which historically have seldom burned, reports a team of researchers led by...

I'm sure everyone can give up seafood.
By HEY YOU   1 comment, latest 1 week ago:
Call it Crazy says Oh no, shrimp farts are causing Global Warming!!

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