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America's natural gas boom is fueling a global plastics boom: NPR

Kevin Ross, President of the Scottish Plastic and Rubber Association, in front of the refinery and chemical plant of INEOS in Grangemouth. Reid Frazier / The Allegheny Front Hide caption Caption switch Reid Frazier / The Allegheny Front Kevin Ross, President of the Scottish Plastic and Rubber Association, in front of the refinery and chemical plant of INEOS in Grangemouth. …

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& # 39; Super Natural & # 39; Star Jared Padalecki arrested in his Go-To Austin Club

Play Video Content Exclusive TMZ.com "Supernatural" Star Jared Padalecki was arrested in a club he frequents frequently – making this story so popular cruel. Jared – who plays Sam Winchester on the show, opposite Jensen Ackles – was caught by police officers in a lounge called Stereotype early Sunday morning in Austin, TX. According to his booking form, he faces …

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Iran has discovered a natural gas reserve that could generate $ 40 billion in revenue

The Eram gas field is located near the Persian Gulf in the southwestern province of Fars, and holds approximately 19 trillion cubic feet of gas, said National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Deputy General Manager Reza Dehghan at a press conference , "We have the potential to identify more undiscovered oil and gas reserves (in-country) through geophysical exploration techniques and discovery …

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Never found on Earth natural mineral found in the meteorite

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Asteroid panic: 'Most devastating natural disaster known to man!' Shock NASA warning | Science | News

A top NASA scientist has urged the world's leaders to spend more on planetary defense from asteroids. 65 years ago, the dinosaurs reign, are exceedingly rare, one expert has warned. Lindley Johnson, the planetary defense officer for NASA, said: "Mr. Johnson told journalist Bryan Walsh for his new book." "All the money would be worthwhile if it could happen "It's …

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Ancient natural history of antibiotic production and resistance revealed

Manufacturer of glycopeptide antibiotics from the Wright study. Credit: McMaster University A McMaster University study has uncovered new details on the evolutionary history of both antibiotic production and antibiotic resistance, dating their combined origins to 350 to 500 million years. The study introduces the biosynthesis and resistance of antibiotics into an evolutionary context for the first time. The results will …

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Natural Light Hard Selters? Anheuser-Busch tends to trend

The Alcohol Company launches a new line of spiked seltzer under the Natural Light brand, an affordable product marketed for college-age drinkers. Natty Light Seltzer is not the first Hard Seltzer product for AB InBev that Bon & Viv is already selling. There is no question that Hard Seltzer has a moment. Sales of White Claw, the leader in the …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson remains in the American Museum of Natural History after a misconduct trial

Prominent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will retain his job at the Hayden Planetarium of the American Museum of Natural History after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct has been completed. The Museum did not disclose any details The investigation was referred to as a "confidential personnel matter". "The museum will not make any further statements". Tyson, director of the …

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An unnatural way to make natural products

James Clomburg, a researcher at the University of South Florida, is harvesting microorganisms from an agar plate. Credit: University of South Florida From medicine to perfumes, nature provides many of the most important chemical compounds needed in an infinite number of pharmaceuticals and consumer products. Now, a cutting edge technology developed by researchers at the University of South Florida is …

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