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Computer service company NerdsToGo celebrates anniversary NerdsToGo in Southlake specializes in resolving residential and small-business technology issues. NerdsToGo opened Aug. 14, 2017, and recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. The business specializes in resolving residential and small-business technology issues. Services are performed at the customer’s home or business or at the NerdsToGo office at 2855 Exchange Blvd., Ste. 105, Southlake. To celebrate the anniversary, the company is offering $15 off any service or a free one-hour training with the purchase of any other service. 1-800-390-6373. www.nerdstogo.com
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18, 2015. A news article from 1912 warned that burning coal was releasing dangerous amounts of carbon dioxide into Earth’s atmosphere. The paper succinctly summed up the problem of human-caused climate change , saying that CO2 “tends to make the air a more effective blanket for the earth and to raise its temperature.” We’re still burning tons of coal, 106 years later. During this week 106 years ago, New Zealand was talking about the future of our planet. The predictions weren’t uplifting. On August 14, 1912, a newspaper called the Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette printed a prescient paragraph in its “science notes and news” section. The brief note warned that the Earth’s atmosphere was changing because of the way the world’s economies were ramping up production of fossil fuels. “Coal consumption affecting climate,” the small headline read. Here’s what it looked like on the broadsheet: A newspaper in New Zealand printed this on Aug 14, 1912.
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