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New NASA Satellite Shows Future Of Precip Imagery

New NASA Satellite Shows Future Of Precip Imagery

By Nick Visser NASA’s latest satellite has opened its eyes for the first time and the images it has beamed back to scientists on Earth provide a new view of the globe’s rainfall. …read more Source: Huffington Post Green     

Don't Buy Chevron's Big Lie!

Don't Buy Chevron's Big Lie!

By Paul Paz y Miño Reposted from Eye on the Amazon (more images available there) Global Warming is a Myth The NSA is Not Really Spying on Americans The CIA Doesn’t Torture Prisoners Chevron Has Been Exonerated from Ecuador Disaster These are all headlines you […]

Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About America's City Parks

Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About America's City Parks

By Adrian Benepe

Arlington, VA, is going to the dogs and to the seniors who like to stay in shape. Chula Vista, CA, is “sick” when it comes to skate parks. And the most heavily visited park in America is an old freight rail line.

In a more serious vein, spending on city parks tends to be highest in coastal cities and “blue states,” and as a result, those cities may have better park systems than “red state” cities.

These and other facts — both surprising data and complex analyses — can be mined from the 2014 City Park Facts (CPF), just …read more

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