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" Your claim that geothermal heat is responsible for enhanced warmth in the oceans or air is not remotely plausible". Please see below http://www.seasky.org/deep-sea/hydrothermal-vents.html Deep sea vents found in Pacific Ocean near Galapagos Islands, in the late 1970s. These vents are about 8,000 feet below the surface. http://www.livescience.com/29737-new-deep-sea-vents-discovered-atlantic-ocean.html Deep sea vents found in mid-Atlantic Ocean 2010 http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/news/west-mata-submarine-volcano-vin?source=relatedvideo Submarine eruption near Samoa May 2009 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2528892/Volcanic-island-coast-Japan-TRIPLES-IN-SIZE-fresh-undersea-eruptions.html 2013 http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-21520404 venting of geothermal heat from vents deep in the Caribbean Sea http://www.smh.com.au/national/education/havre-eruption-leads-scientists-to-biggest-undersea-volcano-20140509-zr7dw.html Enormous under sea volcanic eruption north of New Zealand ...(full comment)

Letter: What climate change looks like

Why would Artie T agree to let those two ringers hang around at all, let alone "for several months"? And why has Artie T been relegated to handling just the "day-to-day operations"? Does that mean "they", and not Arthur t, will continue to call the shots affecting the direction of the corporation? Is this "deal" really a wolf in sheep's clothing? I see a Bad Moon Rising here. Hold your cards, ladies, we may NOT have a bingo. ...(full comment)

Deal reached to sell supermarket chain to Arthur T.

Transparency....hmmm, isn't that something like honesty? You certainly don't expect that from from Northern Pass et al do you? They have showed themselves to be morally corrupt from the beginning of their proposal. For example, filing their initial 700 page report at the midnight hour during a holiday period, claiming they don't want to use eminent domain while they fight with their truckload of lobbyists to get it. Then when the law is tightened to exclude privately funded projects from using it, they decide "Hey, we'll get the rate payers to pay for it, then we CAN use eminent domain!!" Claiming the right to use land that they have no right to use. Claiming to offer the new ROW to snowmobilers, even though the landowners would have to approve that. Bullying people their own property with invasive and illegal 'tests'. Offering Broadband if they can push their way through Coos County, even though they have no right to such claims. The list goes on and on. Just another greedy pack of wolves (no offense to actual wolves), in a flagrant attempt to fatten their already fat wallets. ...(full comment)

N.H. delegation: More transparency needed in Northern Pass federal permitting process

The CM RAG could not possibly be considered a journalistic endeavor - They cant keep their liberal bent confined to the editorial pages. UGH & Uh oh! I was hoping there was a different daily journalistic adventure to read in Wolfboro - looked at a few homes there last week ...(full comment)

Letter: Blatant sexism

Common Core is promoted by stating the current education system is a disaster ... agreed ,.... but why would any sane thinking real American actually think a BIG Govt Federal solution is a cure. It is the fox guarding the hen house. I challenge the readers to guess how many different form of teaching have been implemented in the last 40 years. Hint for liberals .... you cant use your toes and fingers to count them all. ...(full comment)

Louisiana Gov. Jindal sues feds over Common Core

too bad you dont have an opinion on Common Core - it would make your daily rant worth reading ...(full comment)

Louisiana Gov. Jindal sues feds over Common Core

Garcia is the real deal - She is the future - Kuster is an old liberal lawyer lobbyist, scripted politician Kuster is an old ideas, tax and spend, democrat. Kuster is exactly what we dont need in Washington. ...(full comment)

Garcia releases introductory television ad for 2nd Congressional District Republican primary

Brown not "pure" enough, as he has not voted to let every fetus open carry. Rubens' "plan" is to blame Obama for everything. Smith is just a typical mud-slinger. Great choices. ...(full comment)

Guns, Islamic State top issues in Republican U.S. Senate primary debate

Even funnier is that the lead Indian in this movement has a high school football team on their tribal grounds named.....you got it .....the Redskins ...(full comment)

Letter: Real bigotry

Without the help and cooperation from the public [customers] the outcome would likely have been much different. People should realize that they can make a difference in issues that matter - [think no. pass] Congratulations to all who put their futures on the line for what they knew was right. Customers appreciate and support you. ...(full comment)

Deal reached to sell supermarket chain to Arthur T.

Itsa – We agree on many topics such as government waste and the unaccountability of government sector workers. But this “tax inversion” is not about that. It is about the companies building their business in the US, wanting the benefits of the US, wanting the infrastructure of the US and wanting the customers of the US but not being willing to pay their share of the cost of it. Regardless of how much the government spends if companies shift “their name” off shore then the US citizen has to cover the tax cost that they are adverting. Corporations and the wealthy have gotten tax cuts before and now they just want more for their pockets. Corporations are setting on a reported $1,600,000,000,000 in cash in offshore accounts, so they are making very good money. The stock market is doing well too. These companies show me they have zero consumer loyalty so conversely I will have zero loyalty to them as a customer, actually I will go further and show bias against them. ...(full comment)

Burger King plans expansion of Tim Hortons

Hey, My e-mail to ALL the City Councilors yesterday * got not one reply of even the courtesy of them having received it, let alone of to talk about how their appointed City Manager Aspell who in turn hires the City Assessing Director Temchack who does totally ignore the fact that "they"/ The City had a P.I.L.O.T. with the Feds years and decades ago, of in effect saying to the owners who pay property taxes, of to heck with you owners, of we will NOT comply with the law by RSA Ch. 123:1 to send Uncle Sam / the Feds a property tax bill even when they FAIL to provide the paperwork for to get only their land exempt by RSA 123:2. Or in other words: The City to keep the taxes jacked up on everybody while letting Uncle Sam get away with not paying their over $2 million on their $100 million non-assessed but appraised http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taj_Mahal * = And phone calls to two councilors of one saying that I do not work in his ward of to try another who said the first one was wrong, and even so of that I be not a resident and so have no official gripe of he, in effect, could not care less about those within his ward of thus paying more than their fair share. Plus those of us in the surrounding towns paying more in that County slice of the property tax pie too. So this looking for tax breaks while letting Uncle Sam off the hook is absurd! These City Councilors being officials supposedly took the RSA 42:1 + 92:2 oaths to obey the law, but allow their employees to evade the law! Why doesn't some property tax payer file a claim on their RSA 93-B:1-5 "faithful performance" bond of each one insured for up to $100,000 and get the COPs to prosecute these Councilors who act illegally as against this statute put on the books by Legislators like Councilor Candace Bouchard who wears these two hats, but is two-faced of like her just talking into a mirror to herself! ...(full comment)

Above downtown streets, Concord committee is trying to make development add up

If Hassan gets back in, then with four months off for good behavior, she can run the State from her jail cell in Boscawen for eight of the months in 2015, on her one-year sentence for RSA Ch. 666:3 Election Law Violation for not doing her Article 51 duty to the Section 2 penalty in the 14th Amendment, sort of like the what http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Michael_Curley did in Boston years ago. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Republicans should choose Havenstein