• This guy is good. Will you help spread his message?

    It takes just 10 minutes of your life to hear what he has to say on global warming in "How It All Ends". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF_anaVcC... If you rate it, pass it on!
    It takes just 10 minutes of your life to hear what he has to say on global warming in "How It All Ends". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mF_anaVcC... If you rate it, pass it on!
    2 answers · Global Warming · 9 years ago
  • What are your most fundamental values and beliefs?

    As a scientist, my understanding of life, the universe and everything is the essential basis for my core values and beliefs. This means I value evidence, reason and knowledge rather than superstition, folklore and myth. What makes you tick?
    As a scientist, my understanding of life, the universe and everything is the essential basis for my core values and beliefs. This means I value evidence, reason and knowledge rather than superstition, folklore and myth. What makes you tick?
    22 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • The next President of the USA will be left-handed. What else is already clear about the next President?

    We already know that we will have a leftie in the White House next year. Typical characteristics of left-handed people include intelligence, honesty and creativity. What else can we already say with certainty about the next President?
    We already know that we will have a leftie in the White House next year. Typical characteristics of left-handed people include intelligence, honesty and creativity. What else can we already say with certainty about the next President?
    4 answers · Elections · 9 years ago
  • Who could possibly disagree with this statement from the Met Office?

    "Met Office says climate change deniers deluded", by David Adam, environment correspondent at The Guardian. 23 September 2008. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2008/sep/23/climatechange.scienceofclimatechange "Climate change sceptics such as Nigel Lawson who argue that global warming has stopped have their "heads in the sand", according... show more
    "Met Office says climate change deniers deluded", by David Adam, environment correspondent at The Guardian. 23 September 2008. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/20... "Climate change sceptics such as Nigel Lawson who argue that global warming has stopped have their "heads in the sand", according to the Met Office. A recent dip in global temperatures is down to natural changes in weather systems, a new analysis shows, and does not alter the long-term warming trend. The office says average temperatures have continued to rise in the last decade, and that humans are to blame."
    11 answers · Global Warming · 9 years ago
  • Will Gordon Brown's Government approve plans for a new third runway at Heathrow?

    The Committee on Climate Change recommends minimum 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 (compared with 1990) and says this must include international aviation and shipping. Today they have approved more flights at two London airports - City and Stansted - but no decision is announced on new runways at Stansted or Heathrow. Which way... show more
    The Committee on Climate Change recommends minimum 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 (compared with 1990) and says this must include international aviation and shipping. Today they have approved more flights at two London airports - City and Stansted - but no decision is announced on new runways at Stansted or Heathrow. Which way will they jump?
    8 answers · Global Warming · 9 years ago
  • How to capture CO2 from power stations using renewable energy?

    Existing industrial techniques for carbon capture are hugely energy-intensive. One alternative solution is to grow algae in glass tubes using sunlight and the CO2-rich exhaust gases from power plants. What other technologies might be developed in future, to capture CO2 from burning fuel without using precious, non-renewable energy in the process?
    Existing industrial techniques for carbon capture are hugely energy-intensive. One alternative solution is to grow algae in glass tubes using sunlight and the CO2-rich exhaust gases from power plants. What other technologies might be developed in future, to capture CO2 from burning fuel without using precious, non-renewable energy in the process?
    5 answers · Global Warming · 9 years ago
  • How can I recycle plastic food containers other than bottles?

    Our kerbside recycling collects plastic bottles but won't take any other plastics. We recycle or compost almost all other waste and we collect our plastic packaging - films, food containers, yoghurt pots, blister packs, etc. Anybody know how and where I can recycle this stuff because my garage is filling up with it!
    Our kerbside recycling collects plastic bottles but won't take any other plastics. We recycle or compost almost all other waste and we collect our plastic packaging - films, food containers, yoghurt pots, blister packs, etc. Anybody know how and where I can recycle this stuff because my garage is filling up with it!
    6 answers · Green Living · 9 years ago
  • Is milk chocolate suitable for Kosher and Halal diets, if it contains whey produced using animal rennet?

    Masterfoods UK has announced that MARS, SNICKERS, BOUNTY, GALAXY, CELEBRATIONS, REVELS, TOPIC, TRACKER and TWIX (and their ice-cream equivalents) are no longer suitable for vegetarians. This is because they are now made with whey powder produced using rennet - an enzyme extracted from the stomach lining of calves. Does this also mean that these... show more
    Masterfoods UK has announced that MARS, SNICKERS, BOUNTY, GALAXY, CELEBRATIONS, REVELS, TOPIC, TRACKER and TWIX (and their ice-cream equivalents) are no longer suitable for vegetarians. This is because they are now made with whey powder produced using rennet - an enzyme extracted from the stomach lining of calves. Does this also mean that these chocolate products are unsuitable for people who follow the dietary guidelines of certain religions? I am thinking of Hindus, Muslims, Jews and other people who avoid meat derivatives for religious reasons.
    11 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 1 decade ago