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Portland Company Builds First Of Its Kind Renewable Wave Energy Device

https://youtu.be/ZqNu69B6Sus A Portland-based industrial company completed the construction of a first of its kind renewable wave energy device. Vigor announced Thursday it had completed building Ireland-based company Ocean Energy’s wave energy convertor, called OE 35 buoy. The 826-ton buoy measures … Continue reading

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Fire Season Officially Over In Oregon | 2% of Last Year

All told, this year was mild compared to previous years. “We didn’t have as many days that were in high fire danger,” Grants Pass Fire Marshall Joe Hyatt says. “During the days that we did have [high fire weather], the … Continue reading

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Yes, it was cold! Coldest September day in at least 71 years in Portland

It hit 52 on September 26th 1948 as well.  That’s an average high for the 3rd week of November around here. via Yes, it was cold! Coldest September day in at least 71 years in Portland | Local | kptv.com

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Antifa Goons Get Thrashed By Federal Protective Service As They Attack Portland ICE Facility

As you know, you can’t have a demonstration in Portland without antifa or bloc or whatever they are calling themselves. So, naturally, they set out to attack the DHS/ICE facility in Portland. That’s when they found out that they weren’t … Continue reading

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Owner of Antifa-friendly Portland bar let patrons use ‘illegal weapons’ against conservative activists, state probe says

The owner of a reportedly Antifa-friendly bar in Portland, Ore., knowingly allowed patrons to use “illegal weapons” against conservative activists during a violent clash in May, an investigation by state regulators alleges, according to a report. The report by the Oregon Liquor Control Commssion … Continue reading

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Resignation of Oregon public records advocate stirs doubts | Gov. Kate Brown Stonewalls Her Appointee

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown came to office pledging greater government transparency, and in 2017 pushed the Legislature to create a first-ever public records advocate. Now, the abrupt resignation of advocate Ginger McCall, who accused Brown’s general … Continue reading

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The Environmental Fiasco of Wind Energy | Plastic, Concrete & Toxic Metals

If a wind farm includes 100 turbines, that means that 500 million pounds of concrete (which off-gases CO2, by the way) have been poured into what previously was likely farm land. When the turbines are defunct after a mere 20 … Continue reading

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