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10 November 2009



It’s not like oil and gas is keeping the baterty from being developed.No, but low prices for them do keep wind and solar less economically viable. Which is why the loony economically ignorant environmentalists (like Obama) want the prices to be much higher. He's told us as much.

Dr. Nagaraj

Good news. Cigarette smoking has been identified as the second leading risk factor for death from any cause worldwide. In 2000, an estimated 4.83 million deaths were attributed to cigarette smoking globally, with nearly half occurring in the developing world. With a population of 1.3 billion, China is the world's largest producer and consumer of tobacco and bears a large proportion of deaths attributable to smoking worldwide.

-aadautech, a cancer drug discovery and therapeutics blog

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