Sunday, March 20, 2011

For the Mill

I don't stop by the Grist webzine often enough, but it's always worthwhile when I do.

I was diverted there to hear sensible centrist Dave Roberts explain why sensible centrists are wrong when they say both renewables and nuclear have to be part of the climate change solution.

And then, thanks to Web serendipity. I found myself reading about how bananas may be going the way of the frog. And about the world's greatest toilet, Japan's bad-ass wind farms, a rundown on America's greenest commuters, and how P2P isn't just for MP3.

The title of this piece is the best part, so I won't spoil it for you. Also, if you missed the comic book version of how the climate bill died in the Senate, it's still there.

Finally, there's a video of cows dancing with joy at a fresh meadow of spring grass, after getting out of their barn following a long winter of munching hay. What's not to like?

Of course, you could have found all those links on their front page, too. Point being: they do good work, so boost their traffic stats when you can.

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