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- The aspect of Apollo most closely associated with the sun. Phoebus was the driver of the Solar Chariot, or in some versions the Solar Disc itself, moving in regular step across the sky and thus regulating the hours and the...
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- Goodbye to curtains and clutter: how we learned to buy less stuff
- In 1921, for example, the Phoebus cartel created light bulbs that would break after 1,000 hours instead of providing the 1,500-2,000 hours previous bulbs managed. Aldous Huxley's nightmare of ending-is-better-than-mending consumption had been realised ...
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- Saturday for NJ Advance Media reporter Matt Arco, Assemblywoman Gail Phoebus and former Democratic State Committee Executive Director Paul Penna. PREZ POLLS. National — NBS/WSJ poll shows Christie tied for 5th place with Jeb Bush at 5 percent.
- Shedding Light on the Global Green Agenda
- As I sit in my office, three lights now burn where one used to suffice.
- Answers to the Strategist quiz (#439)
- In the 1930s this one company conducted experiments to see if it could engineer a shorter lifespan for their products to increase its business. They wanted their light bulbs to burn out faster so that it would increase its flashlight sales.
- Capps Introduces Bill to Halt Offshore Fracking
- Two days after Earth Day, Representative Lois Capps spoke to reporters about her latest legislation that would temporarily halt offshore fracking pending further environmental review.
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