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Science and Environment

Joy Kikuchi, editor


Has your computer been running slow lately? Frustrated waiting for windows or programs to load? Ready to kick your PC to the curb or throw your laptop out the car window? Before you do something irrational or shell out hard earned cash for someone to fix your system, here are a few things you can do that may save time and money:


Lupus Awareness Month targets Hawaii youth

The Hawai‘i Lupus Foundation (HLF) is holding its first-ever charity walk on October 9 to promote educating Hawai‘i’s youth during National Lupus Awareness Month. The event will include free goodie bags, refreshments, and musical entertainment by local music group Epic Session and local solo guitarist Jon Yamasato.


Fight global warming - turn up the heat on senators

On Oct. 30, 2003, the U.S. Senate voted to reject the Climate Stewardship Act, 43 to 55. In the next few weeks, this act will again be voted on by the Senate, and will continue to be re-introduced in each congressional session until it passes.


Bush in bed with energy industry

If there were ever any doubts that the Bush administration is married to the energy industry Crimes Against Nature puts all of them to rest. In his third book on the environment, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. offers a scathing indictment of the George W. Bush’s environmental policy, or lack thereof.


A cure for the common hangover?

Research headed by Dr. Jeffery Weise at Tulane University has indicated that Tex-OE, a derivative of the prickly pear cactus fruit, may help people suffering from alcohol hangovers. Researchers collected data at “typical-style college barbecue parties” on the Tulane campus.



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