Wittner

05 Dec 18
Stories Beneath the Shell

By Benjamin Gonzalez University of Maryland students convened at the Computer Science Instructional Center for a day of hacking, hosted by Terrapin Hackers Dec. 1. The event was the fourth annual local hack day run by the club. Upon check-in, attendees were greeted by an assortment of stickers being handed out by volunteers President of […]

03 Dec 18
Energy Network

by  Bloomberg Ilya Arkhipov, Javier Blas and Nayla Razzouk |   Russia and Saudi Arabia agree to extend into 2019 their deal to manage the oil market. (Bloomberg) — Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed to extend into 2019 their deal to manage the oil market, known as OPEC+, although Moscow and Riyadh have yet to […]

30 Nov 18
Melzidek

US oil production has sustained its upward climb, underscoring nervousness about excess supply that has unravelled the market for crude. The record 11.475m barrels per day that oil companies pumped in September was 1.98m b/d higher than in September 2017, the US government said on Friday. That was the second biggest annualised increase on record, […]

30 Nov 18
The Mozambique Resources Post

(Bloomberg) — OPEC and its allies will announce production cuts to check a slump in oil prices when they meet next week, defying pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump, according to a Bloomberg survey.

26 Nov 18
Russia News Now

Written by Lawrence Wittner on 26 November 2018. Posted in News & Comment The obsession of the Trump administration with building nuclear weapons underscores its unwillingness to pursue a sane nuclear policy “Although the Trump administration inherited its nuclear weapons “modernization” program from its predecessor, that program―designed to provide new weapons for nuclear warfare, accompanied […]

26 Nov 18

by Lawrence Wittner In July 2017, by a vote of 122 to 1, with one abstention, nations from around the world attending a United Nations-sponsored conference in New York City voted to approve a treaty to ban nuclear weapons.  Although this Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons received little coverage in the mass media, its passage […]

25 Nov 18
FBW

Ho Ho Ho, it’s the holiday season and I’m hitting you with the best of the best gifts that would be perfect for any healthy living college student. These are not only affordable but practical and just a few of my favorite ideas that anyone would love. Here goes nothing…. Lululemon Giftcard – You can NEVER […]

22 Nov 18
Cosy With Tea

Alight let’s get into this Its black Friday tomorrow and while it’s not as big here in Australia as it is in the states, we still have some decent sales that go on around the stores until Monday so here is what I have dug up so far to help you out: Forever new – […]

21 Nov 18
The Sierra County Prospect

WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT ABOVE 6500 FEET… Miss Jody’s Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, November 22nd. Dinners will be served from 1 PM to 4 PM at the Downieville Community Hall. Everyone is welcome, dinner is free and any donations are given to the Western Sierra Food Bank. The […]

20 Nov 18
Movie Christmas!

  source  Henry Kaufman, Jeff Bennett, Jessica DiCicco, Julie Wittner, Lara Jill Miller, Mason Mahay, Pat Fraley, Roger Craig Smith

19 Nov 18
IPPNW peace and health blog

Despite official support for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons by almost two-thirds of the world’s nations, the Trump administration―like its counterparts in other nuclear-armed countries―regarded this historic measure as if it were being signed in a parallel, hostile universe. One clear indication that the nuclear powers have no intention of dispensing with their nuclear arsenals is the nuclear weapons buildup that all of them are now engaged in, with the US government in the lead.  Although the Trump administration inherited its nuclear weapons “modernization” program from its predecessor, that program―designed to provide new weapons for nuclear warfare, accompanied by upgraded or new facilities for their production―is constantly increasing in scope and cost.

19 Nov 18
Russia News Now

In July 2017, by a vote of 122 to 1, with one abstention, nations from around the world attending a United Nations-sponsored conference in New York City voted to approve a treaty to ban nuclear weapons. Although this Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons received little coverage in the mass media, its passage was […]

18 Nov 18
The Sierra County Prospect

Lurching Toward Catastrophe:  The Trump Administration and Nuclear Weapons by Lawrence Wittner In July 2017, by a vote of 122 to 1, with one abstention, nations from around the world attending a United Nations-sponsored conference in New York City voted to approve a treaty to ban nuclear weapons.  Although this Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons received little […]

16 Nov 18
MarketPresswire

(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 16, 2018 ) A report added to the rich database of Qurate Business Intelligence, titled Global Piano Metronomes Market Size, Status and Forecast 2023, provides a 360-degree overview of the worldwide market. Approximations associated with the market values over the forecast period are based on empirical research and data collected through both primary […]

14 Nov 18
kplr11.com

Crude oil prices are in free-fall as fears of a supply glut mount. US oil prices plummeted 7% to a one-year low of $55.69 a barrel on Tuesday. It was crude’s worst day since September 2015. The losses in the oil world have been staggering as worries deepen about excess supply. Crude is down 12 straight days, the longest […]

14 Nov 18
FOX2now.com

Crude oil prices are in free-fall as fears of a supply glut mount. US oil prices plummeted 7% to a one-year low of $55.69 a barrel on Tuesday. It was crude’s worst day since September 2015. The losses in the oil world have been staggering as worries deepen about excess supply. Crude is down 12 straight days, the longest […]