Building Electric Cars Is The Easy Part

Since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, American manufacturers have successfully been at the forefront of design, engineering, and manufacturing of any number of industrial or consumer products. And of course car manufacturing has been a particular strength. So to think building electric cars will be an issue is ridiculous….

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Cultural Loneliness

The following is a guest blog by Paul Gilk, a resident of Lincoln County in northern Wisconsin. “The successful middle class and those who aspired to emulate them were satisfied. Not so the laboring poor—in the nature of things the majority—whose traditional world and way of life the Industrial Revolution…

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A First Time Presidential Endorsement: Scientific American

A few nerdy friends and I used to love Scientific American back in high school. But I wasn’t even sure that it was still around…but they are…and they still back science! And they apparently aren’t big on politics except that the current regime in the White House is so anti-science…

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Biden Puts Climate Change On His To Do List

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Donald Trump Doing Damage Control?

From the president’s Twitter account: Here is the tweet he was replying to including the video of Greta Thunberg at the UN. Most of the media is saying that the president is mocking Ms. Thunberg…if so I don’t think the president posted this tweet. It’s far too subtle. So I…

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Prominent Nazi Lectures Left On How To Act Like A Nazi

I am just going to leave this right here: Well, except that Nazis are right wingers…just sayin’

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Whoa, Wait, What? Trump Missed a G7 Meeting?

Yes indeed he did…and apparently he lied about why he missed it as well. It was the climate change meeting and he apparently just flat out didn’t want to attend it. On Monday, before the close of the G7 meetings in France, the heads of those nations gathered to talk…

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If There Is No Climate Change

why is the federal government spending millions on flood prevention and abatement at the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida? Coincidence? I think not.

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Let’s Look At Jimmy Carter’s Solar Farm

Just a little loop back to my article wondering about the ecological impact of solar farms on the bigger environment. And if you haven’t, I suggest you read the link provided in the comments by democurmudgen. You’ll see solar farmers share my concerns and are working to develop dual use…

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Solar Power: Be Careful What You Ask For.

Solar power is one of the major renewable energy sources being touted and rapidly developed for replacing carbon based power generation systems. Yes, by all means, once the panels are built, they seem to be carbon neutral. A good thing…but let’s not pretend that solar power is benign. Just recently…

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