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Monday, January 29, 2007

Today's Globe: Hot rocks, climate change, screening tests, dialysis a world away

Drilling into the earth to mine heat could generate enough electricity to replace aging coal-fired and nuclear power plants by 2050, MIT researchers predict.

Biologist E.O. Wilson addresses his new book "The Creation" to a Southern Baptist pastor, pleading to preserve nature from man-made climate change. (If you missed it yesterday, check out how warm winters are costing New England.)

Screening for disease looks goods in groups, but one-on-one, not so good.

Salem's Dr. Wayne Trebbin brings dialysis treatment to Cameroon, where kidney failure is a death sentence.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 06:24 AM
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