Monthly Archive:: August 2014

Expansions in Oil Drilling Make U.S. Less Dependent on Mideast

The deal calls for Cunningham Energy working in conjunction with BE Resources to acquire leases in oil fields in Green Creek, Rock Creek and Stringtown, all within West Virginia’s Smithfield District. The oil field leases will cover over 425 acres with the potential for more

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How Volcanoes have Shaped Iceland

The Laki eruption affected more than just Iceland, though. As poisonous clouds of sulfur dioxide gas drifted into the atmosphere, global temperatures dropped, throwing human agriculture out of whack. Crops in Europe began to fail, and even regions as far south as India suffered debilitating droughts.

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Real Estate Industry Thrives on Grand Cayman

Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd. has been working on a $700 million mixed-use project called Camana Bay. Ken Dart is the founder of Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd., and has been involved in Cayman real estate since the 90’s.

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How to take care of your pet mouse

A mouse infestation can cause disease (mice carry risk of salmonella), destruction to house interiors, and contaminate food supplies. So the best way to prevent a good pet from turning into a terrible pest problem is to keep mice from breeding by keeping males and females separate

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Treating Bed Bugs in your Home

Another type of treatment involves using bed bug powder http://www.connorspest.com/pest-control/bed-bugs. However, those containing DDT have been banned due to the adverse effects that they have on humans

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