Adam’s Twitter Facts: December, 2011

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Luxury retailers proving recession-proof. Hmm. http://on.ft.com/yinj7d
Many US millionaires paying lower tax rate than middle class. http://cnnmon.ie/wEKgyH
Call Samuel Jackson. Snakes in a tax office. http://onforb.es/z1o19o
Branson predicts aviation could be among “cleanest industries” in ten years. http://bit.ly/wVlg7d
Voyager 1 has reached the outer limits of our solar system. http://bit.ly/xRiIWP
Geoengineering entering mainstream climate discourse. http://bit.ly/zXlYBN
2010 emissions increase is the biggest yet recorded. http://bit.ly/Ac2aCY
The 2nd annual Gigaton Awards for biz emissions cutting at Durban. http://bit.ly/yOK51W
IEA says solar could be competitive in 20 years. http://bit.ly/zVU6Iz
Herbicide Atrazine linked to animal reproductive issues. http://bit.ly/xNpLqZ
2011 was the 11th warmest year on record. http://bit.ly/zuVFW2
DRC is the second most densely forested nation on earth. http://bit.ly/yhmYFy
Your immune system has protective memory cells. http://bit.ly/xRzaRp
Phillips wants to light your home using waste energy and bacteria. http://cnet.co/wBXUof
Fuel efficiency = 30% drop in ghgs across all products at Honda. http://bit.ly/yrFhnK
How to fix a broken butterfly wing. http://bit.ly/wG2sJF
Texas’ super-drought is unearthing lake-bottom artifacts. http://nyti.ms/Ap0p7r
The 138 year-old Nuttall Ornithological  Club has an impressive library of species data. http://nyti.ms/ywa54t
China criticizes Canada for “setting a bad example” on climate. http://bit.ly/wDlwaO
A quarter of farmland is highly degraded worldwide. http://bit.ly/xPAQcU
Crowdsourcing the decoding of whale songs. http://bit.ly/yc2djt
Farmers must produce 70% more food to feed world by 2050. http://bit.ly/xPAQcU
EU estimates bee pollination activity at EUR 22 billion. http://bit.ly/x3Ev8Y
Canadians value polar bears at $420,000 per bear. http://bit.ly/wG8T99
BP’s credit rating fell from AA to BBB after gulf spill. http://bit.ly/xkAd3y
Ravens gesture with their beaks to point out objects to each other. http://bit.ly/yk3GOL
Poaching is decimating red coral off Northern Spain. http://bit.ly/z21aVB
More research on vitellogenin in honeybees could provide clues to decline. http://bit.ly/x3Ev8Y
DENCITY shows world population densities post-seven-billion. http://bit.ly/zkVfyV
Good news. Record number of monarch butterflies in California this year. http://bit.ly/xtLebt
Fragmented forests can retain their eco-functionality. http://bit.ly/xzkTPE
By 2015, SAB Miller wants to make 1L of beer with 3.5L of water, not counting embedded water. http://bit.ly/xXpQPz
New York fracking companies have spent $3.2 million on state lobbying. http://nyti.ms/z6dt2x
Mongolia’s Bogd Khan at risk. The world’s oldest protected area. http://bit.ly/AijAS3
Panasonic building a $500 million solar cell factory in Malaysia. http://nyti.ms/yMOlz9
The Indonesian orangutan is being hunted to extinction. http://bit.ly/zwmEmB
Walnut trees may not survive climate change. http://bit.ly/zr90jX
Marine energy could power 15% of the UK by 2050. http://bit.ly/xfK9zx
Heat people, not homes. http://bit.ly/AtYDqH
WindMade — first consumer label for embedded wind energy. http://bit.ly/x4zAch
Charlotte, NC — the world’s first airport worm composting program. http://bit.ly/Ae8B6K
The nine-spotted ladybug came back, 29 years later…. http://nyti.ms/zaqCrw
Carbon markets at record lows. EU Allowances (EUAs) selling for €7.80 http://bit.ly/xV8bEs
New network proxy technolgy can cut energy consumption of 3G smart phones by 74%. http://bit.ly/yKJvyg
The world’s biggest marine park — the size of France and Germany combined. http://bit.ly/w4aJgo
Sad to see it go. Google retires their “renewable energy cheaper than coal” project. http://bit.ly/wohQE4
Check out the Brinicle…the icy finger of death in the ocean http://bbc.in/xzrcHA
Save the UK solar feed-in tarrifs.. http://bit.ly/A9FZvc
Save the UK solar feed-in tarrifs.. http://bit.ly/A9FZvc
Arctic sea-ice decline greatest in at least 1450 years. http://bit.ly/wrQfEn
More money for UK’s Green Deal. http://bit.ly/ys4Hiu
Hong Kong handles between 50% and 80% of the global trade in shark fins http://bbc.in/xzrcHA
How big really? Visualizing disasters. http://bit.ly/ycp4ng
Could 20% of global energy demand could be met by biomass? http://bit.ly/A14oaM
UK industrial pollution costs almost $30 billion per year. http://bit.ly/zOaGJg
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  1. I Like Ringtones 39, Sat Jul,14:

    Quite interesting, not like here

    . I do not know exactly what to say, but at least I want to thank you once more :)

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