Where is My Drain Line Cleanout Situated?

Where is My Drain Line Cleanout Situated? Drain lines are crucial items of pipes infrastructure that aid relocate water and also atrophy from your home. While the city takes care of the community sewer pipelines, it’s the home owner’s obligation to maintain […]

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Clean energy investment set to hit $2.6 trillion this decade

William Mathis, Bloomberg The global energy supply is turning greener. Investment in new renewable energy is on course to total $2.6 trillion in the years from 2010 through the end of 2019, according to a study by BloombergNEF for the United Nations […]

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Abortion Is the Most Polarizing Issue, Birth Control Is Least Divisive

Getty Images, “Row of Seats – Stock Photo,” gettyimages.com (accessed Aug. 6, 2019) Gallup, an organization that conducts public opinion polls, has released an annual Values and Beliefs poll since 2001. The poll shows Americans’ views on the morality of several controversial […]

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Foul Septic Smell? Consider These Options

Foul septic smell or sewage smell is just about the worst odor you can come by.  Somehow it just stays with you.  You can drive away from a home with a septic smell problem and the odor will remain with you for […]

Mississippi Bans Meat-Related Names for Vegetarian Product Labels

Source: miikkahoo, “Veggie Burger with Zucchini/Feta/Pea Patty,” wikimedia.org, June 13, 2018 A new law in Mississippi (SB 2922) bans the use of certain descriptive words traditionally associated with meat products on labels for vegetarian and vegan plant-based products. As of July 1, […]

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It's time for energy freedom in Alabama

Alabama is ranked 13th in the nation as having the greatest solar potential, yet only 0.26% of its energy comes from solar, leaving the state far behind others when it comes to total installed solar capacity. According to an annual report produced […]

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Climate Change Threatens 38% of World’s Primates

A ring-tailed lemur eats grass. This primate is endangered and lives in Madagascar. A June 17, 2019 study published in Nature Climate Change found that 38% of primates are threatened by climate change, including lemurs, langurs, and orangutans. The researchers found that these […]

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Zoos – Top 3 Pros and Cons

  Pro 1 Zoos educate the public about animals and conservation efforts. As of Apr. 2019, there are 236 accredited zoos in the United States. The zoos attract over 181 million visitors annually, which is more than the approximately 131 million yearly […]

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