Last November we posted about Center for a New American Dream's hybrid slogan contest, with the winning slogan earning its creator a new 2005 Prius. Unsurprisingly, the contest was popular: New American Dream received nearly 35,000 slogans. The top 100 finalists are in, and now's your chance to vote on which one you think would best convince car manufacturers to build more fuel-efficient vehicles. The top vote-getters won't automatically win the car -- wisely, New American Dream has chosen to use popularity as just one of the factors to be considered -- but the top three will win "Community Choice Awards," a one year membership to Better World Travel, including bicycle and auto roadside assistance.
The voting closes on February 15th, and requires that you sign up for the site.
"Green cars today. Blue skies tomorrow"
is by far the best of the lot, imho.
I rather liked "Gasoline Is So Last Century," which is no longer in the top ten.
okay but where is all the force for waves and tides coming from . How does water get to a certain extent. How does water rise above the earth's surface to create such disaters as floods and tsunsami.please email me the answer or at least a brief summary of what you think of my question. to make it brief where does the power for waves and tide waves come from