Having spent heavily to make the world’s third-biggest hydroelectric project greener, Brazil risks getting a poor return on its $14 billion investment
http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/119132/ Last week, two major discoveries were announced. First, physicists found compelling evidence that dark matter—which comprises some 95% of the universe, yet has never been directly seen or observed—may in fact be positrons, the detritus of colliding energy. Just as worms leave digested matter behind as proof they exist, electrons and antimatter leave behind positrons.
http://www.tax-news.com/news/NZ_Tax_Revenues_Outstrip_Forecasts____60362.html Higher than forecast tax revenues have been welcomed by New Zealand's Finance Minister Bill English, who says the funds are helping underpin an improvement in the Government's finances.