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  • Co-operative Network for Building Researchers A mail list for those who have an interest in building research and related fields including project management, real estate and construction. Typical messages include research...
    4270 members Last activity 15 Oct
  • The pole shift, accelerating, world-wide climate and geographical changes, the WW3 threat, the approach of Planet X, the environment, the hidden truths. All of these things are happening, or have the potential to happen...
    3957 members Last activity 10 Oct
  • The global scientific discussion group for climate scientists interested in discussing prevailing uncertainties as well as pro and con 'mainstream', neutral, alternative, critical and skeptical views in climatology. The photo is of...
    447 members Last activity 16 Oct
  • Climate change and global warming science, government policy, energy technology, cost and benefits debated via an unmoderated listserve.
    338 members Last activity 15 Oct
  • Keywords: Organization, Society, Philippines, Geology, Geological Professionals, Exploration, Mining, Environmental, Engineering, Research, Science...
    279 members Last activity 16 Oct
  • Discussion group for alumni (primarily technical people attached to the engineering departments) of Shell Oil Company upstream operations in the USA. Various topics, some perhaps controversial, of...
    102 members Last activity 3 Oct
  • Announcements and news flashes related to the political, economic, spiritual, and geological Changes In The Earth predicted by Edgar Cayce, including the predicted shift in the location of the pole (pole...
    2612 members Last activity 15 Oct
  • A forum for well loggers, log analysts, well logging equipment engineers and technicians, equipment buyers and sellers, or anyone interested in the art and science of well logging - covering logging technology...
    1691 members Last activity 7 Oct
  • Seymouria baylorensis is the scientific name for one of the most well known fossils ever found in the Lake Kemp area. It is so named for the town of Seymour and Baylor county, in Texas, by...
    16 members Last activity 14 Oct
  • Welcome to Geology2 and thank you for joining us here. This group is for discussing all aspects of geology. Anything geological is welcome here, so feel free to post articles, start discussions, or simply lurk...
    918 members Last activity 22 Sep