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  • If there were no chlorophyll, sunlight would be unusable and no energy-rich compounds food could be made, on which plants, animals, and mankind live.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Complex and energy-rich molecules fall apart, not together.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • It is the latest in a string of refineries set up in China through joint ventures with partners from energy-rich countries that often come with supply agreements.

    China Shops Around for Oil, Wary of Iran, Arab Spring

  • The second centered on the post-Soviet scramble for resources and influence in energy-rich Central Asia.

    Central Asia's Energy Bazaar

  • Meanwhile, fracking—which involves pumping millions of gallons of water, sand and chemicals to break open dense rocks and release hydrocarbons—has enabled the industry to tap into energy-rich shale formations once overlooked by petroleum geologists.

    Oil and Gas Boom Lifts U.S. Economy

  • President Nazarbayev in effect has single-handedly led the energy-rich nation since before it gained independence from the former Soviet Union in 1991.

    Kazakh President Set for Easy Re-election

  • Complex and energy-rich molecules fall apart, not together.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Over the long term, the Russians worry that sparsely populated, energy-rich Siberia will become a target for Chinese expansionism.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • If there were no chlorophyll, sunlight would be unusable and no energy-rich compounds food could be made, on which plants, animals, and mankind live.

    Modern Science in the Bible

  • Leave aside the vast, energy-rich regions of the country that are off limits to development or even modern seismic testing, especially along the outer continental shelf.

    The Gas Price Freakout

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