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Watching the River Flow
November 17, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Water is important.  That’s a pretty self explanatory statement.  Not only do we need water (at least 8 cups a day), but we are mostly water (60% of us anyway).  It’s one of the indictors we look for in new planets to see if we can use it as future real estate. It’s cornucopia of […]

Poetry About Energy
September 23, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

With the launch of the Energy Conservation Club coming up in less then a month, we should start the conservation ball rolling.  With that, we would like to see some conservation poetry.  It does not have to be an epic poem like the Song of Roland, or have iambic pentameter, or even rhyme. Here is an […]



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