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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2010-03-03

In this issue:  Earthquake in Chile, reducing home energy
consumption, and Greece's debt problems.

Motley Fool tries to asses the impact Chile's earthquake
will have on Chilean copper miners.
Earth's days may have gotten a little bit shorter since the
massive earthquake in Chile, according to AskMen.

Popular Mechanics discusses the merits of the Weatherization
Assistance Program, why this stimulus effort is off to such
a slow start, why Europeans are so far ahead in home energy
efficiency, and the most cost-effective things you can do to
weatherize your home.
Bloom Energy, a green energy start-up more secretive than
Apple, finally shows off the fruits of 10 years and $400
million in venture money.  InternetNews looks at what this
means for your datacenter and, for that matter, your home.

Motley Fool says Greece's debt problems highlight the larger
problem with the euro zone's monetary union.

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Popular Mechanics takes a look behind the scenes in Haiti
with the U.S. Military.
Haiti's telecom lifeline to the world runs mainly through
satellites, not landlines or undersea cables.  IEEE Spectrum
says the country has resisted disaster better than rich
countries might have, in that respect.
PC Magazine talks about the tech industry's effort to aid
Haiti relief.

---Health Care---
Motley Fool says health-care reform, like health-care
stocks, remains still stuck in limbo.

Popular Mechanics looks at what's next for Toyota.