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This Lion’s Mane Jellyfish was Beached but Still Dangerous

What, then? A badly executed diorama? In any case the perpetrator was long gone and the invective blasted out at whomever was in the room at the time, to no apparent benefit, I assure you.
Full version: http://voices.washingtonpost.com/tomtoles/2010/10/locker_combination_the_other_d.html

ANALYSIS-New Kyoto emissions trade begins minus main player

“If the answer is ‘yes, the project would have happened anyway’ that’s not what the CDM is for,” said Lex de Jonge, who is a member of the CDM executive board and an official at the Dutch environment ministry, and was speaking at a carbon market event in London. “By far the most projects are ok… but some you can see that there are huge profits.” Lucrative projects were successfully claiming carbon credits by arguing that the U.N. process had removed technological, awareness or other barriers.
Full version: http://www.reuters.com/article/2007/07/18/environment-markets-carbon-cdm-dc-idUSL1891038920070718

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I prefer to wait and see,” said Einar Telnes, Director for climate change services at Det Norske Veritas, which has more than 40 percent of the JI project certification market. Some countries may simply not bother getting the right rules in place, because by approving JI projects they deplete their own reserves of emissions rights, potentially complicating their own Kyoto compliance. Meanwhile, in Ukraine new rules as of August insist on investors paying a minimum price, seen deterring investment.
Full version: http://uk.reuters.com/article/2006/10/25/idUKL2532471920061025?pageNumber=1

Dawn of the Picasso Fish

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There is no known industry standard for the number of complaints a business can expect. The volume of business and number of transactions may have a bearing on the number of complaints received by BBB.
Full version: http://www.bbb.org/western-washington/business-reviews/internet-access-provider/telnes-in-everett-wa-22032726

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A dead Lion’s Mane Jellyfish injured over 150 people in New Hampshire. On July 22, 2010, Mitch Marconi reported that a dead 100-foot long Lion’s Mane Jellyfish stung over 150 people at Rye, New Hampshire, in the Wallis Sands State Park. How could a dead jellyfish cause so much pain? The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish and its Stingers Also read Scuba Divers And The Box Jellyfish Or Sea Wasp Bruce Iliff The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish is the largest of the jellyfish species, although Lion’s Mane Jellyfish specimens show considerable variation in size. The largest are usually found in the north Atlantic, where they may grow to about 8 feet wide, with tentacles over 100 feet long.
Full version: http://suite101.com/a/the-lions-mane-jellyfish-beached-but-dangerous-a265111

Carbon trading questions remain: U.N. official

They seem to strain their lower eye, twisting it as far as possible. At this point in his life, Darwin was warming to Jean Lamarck , the French naturalist who had proposed an earlier theory of evolution in 1800. Lamarck had argued that an animals body changed through its experiences, and that those changes could be passed down to its offspring. Natural selection, Darwins great discovery, depended instead on pure inheritance.
Full version: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/loom/2008/07/09/dawn-of-the-picasso-fish/

Judge: Price of drug use reflected in plea deal for first-time offender

But she faced six charges in a sentencing hearing Tuesday, including second-degree burglary of a dwelling, theft of a value between $1,000 and $20,000, attempting to influence a public servant and motor vehicle theft all felonies. The court accepted a plea and sentenced her to two years of intense supervised probation, which will run concurrent to a sentence from another case out of Adams County. She has been in custody since Dec.
Full version: http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_21006844/judge-price-drug-use-reflected-plea-deal-first

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