Montecito Fire to test emergency notification systems, by zone, on June 15, and residents are strongly encouraged to sign up for Aware & Prepare, the County’s local, real-time system for disseminating emergency messages and instruction (story on page 12.
Manufacturer Quiko insisted users could “have confidence” in its product because none of the active substances had changed and tests found it was harmless. Stan has vowed to continue breeding his beloved canaries.
For example, more than eight years after discovering the IBT fraud, the EPA continued to allow atrazine sales despite the manufacturer's repeated failure to replace IBT's fraudulent tests. (2) As noted below, the EPA's subsequent policy changes prevent.
A world champion canary breeder accidentally killed all but one of his prize-winning birds after spraying their cages with an insecticide he had used safely for decades. Stan Bolton, 71, spent 50 years selectively breeding blue lizard canaries, building up.
In our second installment, we take the Scion FR-S to the track, along with the heavier, but more powerful Hyundai Genesis 2.0T and its spiritual antecedent, the Mazda MX-5. Oh, and there are special guests from Japan and America.
De La Soul performs at a Spotify event in New York in 2016. Music streaming service Spotify no longer officially supports Apple’s Safari browser, and Safari users who attempt to access it say they are being redirected to use another browser or download.
Here’s an unofficial SNES (well, Super Famicom) theme for the Nintendo Switch that looks incredible. Made by Pop Skin, it covers everything. The base, the Joy-Cons, their backs, even the Switch itself. Because it’s a skin and not a paintjob, there are.
Coalition Applauds Senate for Defending Diplomacy For Immediate Release: September 10, 2015 Coalition Applauds Senate for Defending Diplomacy The Win Without War coalition released the following.
When you look closely at the claims that residents have been driven from their homes by wind farm noise, they are quickly revealed as inaccurate and overblown, writes Simon Chapman. Industrial developments like highway construction, new airport runways.
Last week, the Canadian TV consumer advocate program "Marketplace" did a piece on homeopathy, and man oh man did it make my skeptic brain do flips of delight. Completely junking any pretense of false balance — where some ludicrous idea gets as much air.