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Man arrested with two full gas cans after entering St. Patrick's Cathedral

A 37-year-old New Jersey man carrying two full-gallon cans of gas was arrested on Wednesday night after he entered St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, police said. The man entered the cathedral shortly before 8 pm John Miller, deputy commissioner of the police department for reconnaissance and counter-terrorism, rejected him. As the man left the room, gas spilled on the …

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Man in custody after entering the St. Patrick's Cathedral with gas cans and lighters

A man from New Jersey was caught in St. Patrick's Cathedral on Wednesday evening after a walk with two jerrycans and lighters. Marc Lamparello, 37, entered the historic Midtown church around 8:00 pm. With the flammable paraphernalia, however, it was quickly intercepted by church security, said police sources. The man told the church guards that he was cutting the church …

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What's the best day to buy gas?

What difference does a day make? When it comes to buying gas, not so much. A study by Gasbuddy.com found that prices are predictably changing from day to day, but on average over a year, an average driver will only save $ 20 to $ 30 by playing the system. That is, there is no reason to give up the …

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Natural gas pipeline in Germany contains "green" methane; Austria has similar plans

Enlarge / The German Minister of Economic Affairs and Vice Chancellor Philipp Rösler (FDP, R) and CEO Renee Schoof officially employ the hydrogen plant "Power-to -Gas, "turned excess wind energy into hydrogen for storage in Falkenhagen, Germany, August 28, 2013. A Düsseldorf-based energy company called Uniper announced last week that it was sending methane from renewable hydrogen to the local …

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Something on Mars produces gas that is normally produced by living things on Earth

One and a half decades ago, three scientists reported that they detected methane in the Martian atmosphere. Two observations used from Earth, and the third used data from Mars Express. All measurements were at the edge of the instrument's capabilities. Two years later, the methane seemed to have disappeared. If this finding was correct, it indicated not only that something …

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