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Jog includes environmental lessons
During my jog around Los Alamos this morning I was able to retrieve seven squashed aluminum cans and three pieces of a aluminum foil that had been discarded by the roadside.
This is similar to my experience every morning.
This very valuable concentrated metal/mineral resource will of course be passed on to the town’s largest waste aluminum collector/charity donator.
There are many inter-related aspects of these seemingly trivial events that reflect upon a human behavior that appears more and more hell-bent upon destroying the eco-system of our fragile planet.
Maybe we should all give some truly and unbiased deep thought into what is driving it that way and maybe react accordingly.
Gerald B. Ansell, Ph.D.
U.S. Senate needs to focus on service to the people
The U.S. Senate finished its session this month without finishing its job.
More than anything else in America today, we need an effective climate and clean energy bill.
We need to replace carbon-intensive fuels with clean, renewable sources of energy.
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