Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: EPA, leak, pipeline, Platte River, Sand Creek, spill, Suncor, toxic waste, water treatment
Update for pipeline haters: This is apparently a ruptured underground pipeline, and a PR disaster.
Sludge in the N. Platte at Sand Creek confluence ignored. State Health Dept. records tell the story.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: costs of production, frac, France, hydraulic fracturing, production, shale gas, shale oil, tracking
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: bikes, Camagnolo, Nishiki, Nishiki Professional
Tall Nishiki, about 30 yrs old. Ready for action on the mean streets.
Correction: This is a Competition model… put the wrong page of the catalog up there.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: accident, bicycle, collision, pedestrian, safety
Putting cyclist-ped crashes in context: # of people killed by cars in home driveways each year > total # of peds killed by cyclists in 10 yr—
Tom Vanderbilt (@tomvanderbilt) November 27, 2011
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Bakken, Bakken Shale, frac, fracking, North Dakota, production, Shale
The black line on the bottom represents oil price.
Not surprisingly, the predictions are coming back to earth already.
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: FARS, fatalities, highway safety, traffic safety
A very cool and probably a useful tool, although the database (FARS), based on police reports, is incomplete. Shows pedestrian, vehicle occupant, cyclist or motorcyclist, w/ age.
…appears to be about 8.
by Tom Murphy
..or as the British say, the “maths.”
Here’s the short version: Just get a bike.