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Overload: Egyptian Cobra Takes New York, and More

Snake takes Manhattan, a very long and very smart conversation about clean energy, and more in today's roundup from GOOD Environment HQ.

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Peak Oil is Nothing New

A Kansas oil company from the 1960s reaches into the future.

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Finally, A Wikileaks Food Story

A State Department department restaurant review concludes that Chavez's arepas are "tasty."

As a food writer, I have been left watching enviously from the sidelines as my colleagues mine Wikileaks for a stream of stories, round-ups, and links. But thanks to Alexis Madrigal at The Atlantic, I can finally join in the fun.

According to a cable that was supposed to remain classified until 2030, back in January, the State Department sent its highest-level operatives to sample the arepas, or "Venezualan-style thick cornmeal tortilla" at the opening of Hugo Chavez's new, government-run restaurant chain, "Arepera Socialista."

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