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Implementing a failproof backup and recovery capability will protect an organization from data loss and downtime as a result of any of the following: hardware or software failure, power failure, natural disaster, or human error. There are two fundamental considerations when implementing a failproof backup and recovery capability: how quickly the organization needs to recover the data and how much data it can afford to lose. The challenge is finding the balance between data protection/recovery and the amount of investment required. This research note will provide guidelines to help make this determination.

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by politics_junkie

The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has to date failed to produce a congressionally-mandated report on climate change that was due in 2004. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has called the failure an "obfuscation."
* The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced plans to close several libraries which were used by researchers and scientists. The agency called its decision a cost-cutting measure, but a 2004 report showed that the facilities actually brought the EPA a $7.5 million surplus annually. (Thanks to Mark B. below.)
* On November 1st, 2001, President Bush issued an executive order limiting the public's access to presidential records

Independent scientific research on Gulf oil leak

by Candidus

Leak is lacking money
This is a very bad sign. If the Obama administration is serious about suing BP and other oil companies involved in the leak, this problem has to be resolved quickly. BP is indeed paying some scientists to do research into the problem but somehow the administration allowed BP to include language that may not allow that information to be made public. (Whoever allowed that should be sent packing.) How is it possible to make a case when there's little scientific research to support your case? NY Times:The only federal agency to distribute any significant grant money for oil spill research, the National Science Foundation, is out of money until the next fiscal year begins Oct

Cons Can't stand all this DATA...

by Candidus

Other scientific bodies that have released statements endorsing anthropogenic global warming include:

National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationEnvironmental Protection AgencyNASA's Goddard Institute of Space StudiesAmerican Geophysical UnionAmerican Institute of PhysicsNational Center for Atmospheric ResearchAmerican Meteorological SocietyThe IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) draws upon the work of over 850 peer reviewed studies

None of these bodies (at least the ones that existed back then) endorsed ice age predictions in the 70s. More on scientific consensus...

So global cooling predictions in the 70s amounted to media and a handful of studies, even then outweighed by global warming predictions. Today, an avalanche of studies and overwhelming scientific consensus endorse anthropogenic global warming. To compare cooling pred…

Sorry there is plenty of data now...

by Candidus

Other scientific bodies that have released statements endorsing anthropogenic global warming include:

National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationEnvironmental Protection AgencyNASA's Goddard Institute of Space StudiesAmerican Geophysical UnionAmerican Institute of PhysicsNational Center for Atmospheric ResearchAmerican Meteorological SocietyThe IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) draws upon the work of over 850 peer reviewed studies

None of these bodies (at least the ones that existed back then) endorsed ice age predictions in the 70s. More on scientific consensus...

So global cooling predictions in the 70s amounted to media and a handful of studies, even then outweighed by global warming predictions. Today, an avalanche of studies and overwhelming scientific consensus endorse anthropogenic global warming. To compare cooling pred…

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Scores of blunders sees Norfolk councils breach data laws over confidential ..  — Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has previously called for councils to take their responsibilities for protecting personal data more seriously. He said in 2012: “There is clearly an underlying problem with data protection in local government.”.

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