Melman on Gold & Silver
September 2004 by Leonard MelmanOne of the most frequently quoted sayings on Wall Street is that “markets love to climb a wall of worry.” We’re not so sure about the “climbing” part of it...
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University said they have constructed electronic circuits that can stretch like rubber. Possible uses include wearable electronics or artificial nerves.
• Refunds coming to Nevada claimholders
• More wilderness proposed
• Forest Service planning rule
The suction nozzle was one of the first Venturi nozzles to be used in the dredging business. Years later it was replaced with the straight Venturi system, which is sometimes referred to as a “log.” The main benefit of the log is that the operator only needs a suction hose with a short nozzle.
For now, MSHA is just collecting information. However, the information it collects will shape what comes next.
• From makers to takers
• Ministry of Mother Earth
• Where not to invest
Clinton's poverty tour brought angry responses from many Westerners. They know that while Clinton is not to blame for the poverty he saw ... he is the reason for the crises facing some western towns.
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