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Friday, May 31, 2013
U.S. discovery of rogue GMO wheat raises concerns over controls
By Carey Gillam and Julie Ingwersen
Fri May 31, 2013 1:27am EDT(Reuters) - For global consumers now on high alert over a rogue strain of genetically modified wheat found in Oregon, the question is simple: How could this happen? For a cadre of critics of biotech crops, the question is different: How could it not?
Friday, May 10, 2013
Why do Americans not drive diesels?
By Richard Aucock
... From the European perspective, it would suit the driving style of the States perfectly, with lots of relaxed muscle available at low rpms to cruise vast interstate networks that are the envy of the world. Better mileage means fewer fill-ups, and the on-paper improvements in fuel economy would, overnight, take the US fleet one massive step toward President Obama’s targeted 54.5 mpg national average by 2025 ...