May/24/2012 16:07PM
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The  history of flame retardant furniture is typical. History of fire retardant use in the U.S. Fire retardants were not used in furniture prior to the 1970s when polyurethane foam, which is highly flammable, became widely used for cushioning. One of the first uses of fire retardants in consumer products was a chemical called Tris, Read the full article…

July/06/2011 16:42PM
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Here’s Chris Mathews on Rush Limbaugh and Glen Beck and their positions on global warming.  http://trc.taboolasyndication.com/breitbart/log/2/click?pi=982996&ri=8f30bd3ee67860f0eb444d17dc976892&sd=v1_0f489f4051e64c728c2184ee10c2b7be_af99d4fc-55ae-4ac4-b7d7-2139118a1915_1309796126_1309796451&ui=af99d4fc-55ae-4ac4-b7d7-2139118a1915&it=video&ii=4646835067997732890&pt=video&li=rbox-blended&url=http%3A//www.breitbart.tv/msnbcs-matthews-lying-rush-limbaugh-is-evil-for-denying-global-warming/&r=25 Let’s look at the realative evils of pro and con on climate change. First, the pro. If it is mandatory to accept climate change, where is the the proof? It’s consensus science. And, the scientists who present the case Read the full article…