Rosetta – Waters of a Comet, Waters of Earth?

The discovery by Rosetta scientists that Earth’s water is unlikely to have come from comets is disappointing to some, but to others it gives rise to wonderful possibilities.

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Water Providing Technology for the Future

I lived near Plas Newydd, on Anglesey, for a few years, and remember it as a fine old mansion which dominated the island: overlooking Snowdonia and perched on the edge of the Menai Straits, it was huge draughty and cold then, and now it is the most polluting of all the properties owned by the National Trust, being dependent as it is on oil – a lot of it – to heat it.

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Water – the Forgotten Essential for Fracking

As heat waves assault many parts of the world, even here in the heart of Wales I see river levels drop not just from evaporation but from increased extraction, mostly for farming and some development. Other than the sun, water is the most precious planetary gift we have, but so often we take it for granted and forget that it is a finite resource.

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The Power of Water – and the Threat

The remarkable floods in Central Europe continue, and along with the devastation there comes a tentative terrorist threat to the waters dominating the region.

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Floods, Water and God in Europe

The worst floods for centuries in Central Europe have caused great damage and misery with cities impassable and towns and villages – and zoos – evacuated. Is this God speaking?

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Using your Third Eye

The all-seeing eye, the third eye, is housed in the pineal gland in your brain, which could be said to be the seat of the soul while you are human. It is a receptor and a transmitter, your hotline to God.

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Modernising Patagonia in the Name of Progress

One of the most beautiful and environmentally important parts of Patagonia is likely to be lost after Chile’s Supreme Court ruled in favour of a dam project which will involve flooding 15000 acres of precious and beautiful land.

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Carbon Capture and the Welfare of our Seas

New carbon capture plans have been revealed which would entail trapping carbon dioxide, released by burning fossil fuels, in old oil wells under the sea, making the waters a toxic and potentially lethal rubbish dump.

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Voyeurism in the last Spiritual Bastion?

Only once before has anyone reached the deepest place in the ocean, in 1960, but a Hollywood director, James Cameron, too has descended to the Mariana Trench in the Pacific, returning with the promise that there will be many more such expeditions to what is probably the last spiritual bastion on Earth.

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