An Israeli technology called “SealSand” is being touted as a possible tool to help clean up oil spilled in the Gulf of Mexico. According to Wayne Fried, CEO of US distributor Sealeon, and Richard Fried, Sealeon marketing director, the biggest obstacle to deploying the technology is the question of who would pay for it to be produced. Here is their interview and a demonstration from CNBC:
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The number of anti-Semitic incidents reported in Colorado more than doubled in 2016 from the previous year, according to new data released today by the Anti-Defamation League.