TerraVia and Bunge to produce Omega-3 fatty acid DHA (Doxosahexoenoic Acid) - roughly $3 billion market.
Decreases pressure on fishing as a source of Omega-3s. Helps keep Oceans Healthy.
This product and EPA (eicopentaenoic acid) will replace fish oil and meal which are at present the main sources of nutrients for Aquaculture which is the fastest growing food production systems in the world and the market is to reach $200 billion by 2020.
You want to know who the real FOS is:
Sen. Jeff Flake: Garland Must be Approved for SCOTUS If GOP Set to Lose Election
OK - Trump married three times.
You like Hastert (the Child molestor) and Gingrich (the one who married three times and sent divorce papers to one when she was going through chemotherapy) and were doing gawd's work.
1. Clinton (Prez)- supported the NAFTA.
2. House if Reps: Majority Leader- Ric Gephardt and Majority Whip - David Bonior - both Democrats opposed it. NAFTA passed the house with 234-200 (132 GOP and 102 Democrats voted in favor)
3. Senate approved NAFTA- 61 to 38 (34 GOP and 27 Democrats voted in favor.
More Democrats opposed both in Senate and House - for NAFTA.
Who signed the NAFTA? GW Bush.
Cost of NAFTA on jobs is another story.
If Obama is a disaster, then what was GW?- You sound like a cracker trash every time you open your mouth and spout some nonsense- me believing the politicians- that is what the cracker trash believed in for last 40 years. Now after hanging on to coat tails of a spouse- does not give a right to be anything but a cracker trash.
Donald Trump said on Sunday that taxes for the wealthy should go up but that his tax plans would likely be renegotiated with Congress should he win the U.S. presidency.
For the wealthy I think frankly it is going to go up and, you know what, it really should go up,- the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Trump said that he see his current tax plans, which would reduce taxes for the middle class and businesses and increase those for the wealthy, as a negotiating “floor” that may change in dealings with Congress.
However, he added, -when it comes time to negotiate, I feel less concerned with the rich than I do with the middle class.
Sounds like Hillary and Bernie.
Anybody in NY wants to go.
I think it sells as market reacts usually. Good buying time.
But the reason for missed earnings at ILMN switched from poor European market to increased expenses- that sure sounds like ILMN is in trouble. IMO.
Career politicians have killed America, down with the career politicians... career politicians killed America,-shouted a man in the crowd.
You are the problem. You, politician,-said a second man, who refused to give his name. Where's your Goldman Sachs jacket at? We know your wife worked there.
It's about the numbers. He may win. Republican voters are the ones rejecting you, this is not a media conspiracy, Senator...
You don't get to just say that-- you don't get to just say that, it's just not true, but go ahead. You-- you just-- you're broad brushing here, and it's-- this is exactly what people hate about the media and politics, broad brushes, right?
Your cornhole buddy is getting his both ends busted by Republicans.
Talking about your cornhole- he is behind by 34 points to Donald in California and even in Indiana behind by 15 points. He is being run over by Republicans. That should be a whoa time for entire America.
Trash is getting trashed (like they should) and trash cannot help a wannabe cornhole.
And for anti-abortion lobby:
Pollution causes intra-placental inflammation and is responsible fore premature termination of pregnancy due to intra uterine deaths too.
Researchers have long known that long-term exposure to fine-particle air pollution is linked to high rates of lung cancer and heart disease, but a new study shows it is also associated with sharply higher mortality rates from cancers of the breast, the upper digestive tract and other organs.
Between 1998 and 2011, scientists followed more than 66,000 Hong Kong residents, who were at least 65 years old at the time of enrollment, and their exposure to particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or less. Such pollution typically forms when gases are emitted from cars, trucks, power plants and other industrial sources. Using fixed-site monitors and satellites, the researchers measured the concentration of particle pollution.
They found that every increased exposure of 10 micrograms per cubic meter was associated with a 22 percent higher risk of dying from any cancer. For some cancers, the greater mortality risk was much more: 42 percent for the upper digestive tract and 80 percent for breast cancer.
The implications for other similar cities around the world are that [particulate pollution] must be reduced as much and as fast as possible,- said G. Neil Thomas, a researcher at the University of Birmingham in England and one of the co-authors of the study.