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Posted on November 15 at 10:14 a.m.
I don't think our local landfill can disposing human remains.
On Detectives Seize Guns and Drugs After Year-Long Investigation
Posted on September 11 at 11:55 a.m.
This report prepared by a group of elite climatologist, biologist, hydrologist, and politicians (i know, "elite politician") is pretty useful for getting an understanding of where we are and may go.http://www.ppic.org/main/publication....
On Clean Energy: A Crop to Harvest
Posted on September 11 at 11:51 a.m.
The decrease in available water in CA is not a direct result of a warmer climate, i.e. less precipitation as the author has stated here. In fact, a warmer climate will increase precipitation in moderate and wet climates. The issue as we all know is that Southern California relies heavily on water transports from the north (moderate to wet climate) which gets most of their supply from snow melt held in foothill reservoirs of the Sierra Nevada. As the climate changes (warms up in the case of CA) there will be more precipitation in the form of rain and less as snow in the Sierra Nevada. We need to augment our water infrastructure to capture the projected higher winter runoffs in order to maintain, and possibly increase, or water supply. Aggressive groundwater recharge and conjunctive use will help, but it's really more of a policy issue at the end of the day.
Posted on August 30 at 2:16 p.m.
If you're innocent until proven guilty, why would Kirsch’s attorney say "he looks forward to disproving the charges in court". Sounds like something a guilty man's lawyer would say.
On Jail Guards Plead Not Guilty
Posted on August 6 at 4:26 p.m.
I agree, it's a stretch throwing these two into the same category (seems kinds of pork barreled). However, it is very short sighted to ignore the decline of honey bees for the sake of larger single plant yields.
On Step Up
Posted on July 29 at 3:36 p.m.
Episodes 2 and 3 are now on youtube as well.
On Panga Chaser Releases YouTube Documentary
Posted on May 13 at 9:41 a.m.
Unless there are a bunch of drunk dogs running around the DFP, I think there should be a line drawn on where to put up fences before one goes up on a nature preserve.
On Isla Vista Cliffs a Little Safer
Posted on May 6 at 5:05 p.m.
I was at the show, and though it was loud, it wasn't really anything too excessive (spend 5 minutes in the Sahara tent at Coachella and you'll know what loud is). I would put my money on the shape of the arena causing the noise to travel up and far away from the open-air venue as the main culprit for the noise complaints. If the immediate neighbors had been doing all the complaining, then I think the fuzz would have let him finish out the set, but since the complaints were coming from across town, the cops thought it was a bigger issue.
On Earl Warren Disturbs the Peace
Posted on May 3 at 11:20 a.m.
I imagine the cities findings will be similar in nature:
On What's the Harm?
Posted on April 9 at 8:17 p.m.
Don't bash on the feral pig hunting; they are an invasive, very destructive, and unchecked species without a natural predator. We should encourage hunting for these monsters in our backcountry.
On Dogs Versus Hunters in the Backcountry
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