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Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Soot may play big role in climate change
Unlike carbon dioxide, which traps solar energy radiating back from Earth's surface, black carbon particles absorb solar radiation as it enters Earth's atmosphere, increasing its heat.
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AND THE DEAD SHALL RISE ...
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Dan Auerbach rules the pop charts. Of 1973.
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100 YEARS AGO - Harvard to Park Street in EIGHT MINUTES
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#136: My So-Called Life
Former Christian Artist Jennifer Knapp Comes Out
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Soot may play big role in climate change
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Marky, on the Scorcese set
No Child Left Behind (by the teachers unions)
Vatican lists new sins
Washington Post: War will cost $3 trillion plus
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First wolf found in Mass. in 160 years
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