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Rock and Mineral collecting popular

The Rock and Mineral Society of Hawai‘i, or Hui Pohaku O‘ Hawai‘i, held its annual exhibit on Nov. 16-17, 2002, at Ward Warehouse. The show featured fossils, meteorites and a florescent light exhibit, and each attendees was given a gem in hopes of inciting interesting rock hounding.

   

SUVs are America's biggest waste on wheels

They are marketed as a must-have for the outdoorsy, adventurous type. They make robust statements with their size—feeding on the philosophy that bigger is better. They provide a sense of safety and protection with the appearance of a durable structure.

   

SUVs use more than their fair share

SUVs use more than their fair share – of gas, of space.

   

Bush policy could bulldoze Western wilderness

Miles of open land untouched by the hand of industrialization are being threatened by a new Bush Administration policy that could allow bulldozing of roads across protected areas in the Western U.S

   
   

 

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