Meet the Amazon tribespeople who beat Chevron in court — but are still ...
After five decades of oil exploration in the area, and as a class-action lawsuit entering its 22nd year drags on in New York, villagers along the Tiputini are taking matters into their own hands, trying to clean the water that's essential to health as ...
Grist - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 05:00



Meet the Amazon Tribespeople Who Beat Chevron in Court—but Are Still ...
After five decades of oil exploration in the area, and as a class-action lawsuit entering its 22nd year drags on in New York, villagers along the Tiputini are taking matters into their own hands, trying to clean the water that's essential to health as ...
TakePart - Thu, 30 Oct 2014 06:23



A death buries Bhopal answers
Its long-term effects — soil and water pollution; cancer and diseases of the lung, liver and kidney; birth deformities — continue to torment and kill today. In 1989, Union Carbide paid the Centre $470 million in an out-of-court settlement — a sum ...
Calcutta Telegraph - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 14:22

Tour The Creepy Factory Full Of Hands Where Rubber Gloves Are Made
Rubber gloves are manufactured in surprisingly creepy hand factories. Here's an inside peek into these hand-filled factories and how rubber gloves are made. Science Channel's great series "How It's Made," shows the process by which many products we use ...
Business Insider - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 12:55

Unmasking a Classic
Suddenly, she rips off his mask and the man's facial deformities are exposed. She gasps ... And it's surprising nowadays when you watch a contemporary one, how often you'll see the long fingernail-gripping hands of Nosferatu or the masks and the madman.
NewHampshire.com - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 18:42

Water of Life changing lives locally and overseas
While she's supported the initiative through SCA and her church since it was first coordinated in Colchester County 11 years ago, it “now means so much more” since seeing Africa's poverty first-hand. “I think everything we do one person at a time will ...
Truro Daily News - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 06:46

'Lankan doctors second to none,but local neurosurgical infrastructure inadequate'
'The doctors in Sri Lanka are second to none. They are highly professional and are committed to their service ideals. I am here on a lecture tour and yesterday young doctors who also spoke knew their subject and their dissertations on neurological ...
The Island.lk (subscription) - Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:15



Letter from London, November 2014
... Ilja Veldeman, concludes: “With their technical perfection in depicting the artist's deformed hand, the drawings appear to be Goltzius's affirmation of his own genius: an extremely personal form of signature, and a vivid demonstration that despite ...
Maine Antique Digest - Wed, 29 Oct 2014 05:22


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