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David Grigg
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Editor, fiction writer, blogger, software developer, technophile, based in Melbourne, Australia.
Editor, fiction writer, blogger, software developer, technophile, based in Melbourne, Australia.

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"Why doth treason never prosper?"

Because Fox News always insists that it's fake news. Or that treason is good for the country.

Via +Steve S.
1) At the G20, tRUMP and Putin agreed that they would not interfere in each other's domestic affairs. So Putin will continue to jail and murder opponents, journalists and dissenters and try t o "annex the old USSR.

2) They made a pact to work together on cyber-security even though Russia whacked the DNC and interfered in the election. He walked back on it, but STILL... it is ludicrous.

3)He asked Putin twice if he interfered in the election. Putin said no and tRUMP was satisfied... because we all know former KGB do not lie...
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I used to own a lot of these (admittedly the British Reprint Editions). They are full of treasures, particularly the illustrations by artists like Ed Emshwiller and Jack Gaughan).

Don't miss, for example, the magazine serialisation of Bester's The Stars My Destination or the first publication of Vance's The Dragon Masters.

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Come on, guys, you're not really trying here.
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Oil, where is thy sting? Coal, where is thy victory?
A new report from GTM Research has highlighted what is becoming an increasingly common refrain these days — solar prices simply continue to fall, and they’re not slowing down, either, with GTM predicting that average global solar project prices will decline 27% by 2022.

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Are you listening, Mr Turnbull? Tell me about that $1 billion loan to Adani again.
India has announced it will not built any more Coal plants after 2022! One of World largest coal company, Coal India cancelled 37 coal mines as solar price to influence growth. This company product 80% over in India. Badman Nishioka/**By Independent news report: The plummetting price of solar electricity has increased pressure on fossil fuel companies in the country. India government has announced it will not build any more coal plants after 2022. And predicts renewables will generate 57% of its power by 2027 – a pledge far outstripping its commitment in the Paris climate change agreement. Plans for nearly 14 gigawatts of coal-fired power stations – about the same as the total amount in the UK – were scrapped in May.



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Yep. So tell me again why Australians have to pay a billion dollars to subsidise the Adani mine?
Solar power is becoming cheap enough that it will push coal and even natural-gas plants out of business faster than previously forecast. That’s the conclusion of a Bloomberg New Energy Finance outlook for how fuel and electricity markets will evolve by 2040. #SolarPower

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Via +Sakari Maaranen .
You can't follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and belong to the hate group known as the Southern Baptist Convention. Jimmy Carter rightly left the convention over its hateful positions. Anyone who wants to follow the life example of Jesus Christ must do the same. 

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The reality is that renewables and storage is going to be much cheaper than coal in far less than 20 years, so anyone building a coal plant today is never going to make back their money 

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Seriously? Even Kim Jong-un would be embarrassed by this level of sycophancy.
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