Archive for the ‘Politics’ Category:

2020-05-10 Mail-in Ballots And Voter Fraud

The claim that mail-in ballots help voter fraud is a false pretense. The reason why people (mostly Republicans) don’t want states to allow mail-in ballots is because it makes it more difficult for low-income, disabled, minority and hourly workers to cast their ballots. It is an attempt by the mail-in opponents to tilt the playing

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2020-05-08 Complex Relationship — What Things Really Are

I’m reading ’The Gene’ by Siddharta Mukherjee, an excellent book about how we are made — what makes us. I read the following paragraphs and it occurred to me that people don’t understand the importance of this. ******************* p.196 “The geneticist Antoine Danchin once used the parable of the Delphic boat to describe the process

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From (my comments at the end) EGEB: Scientists and the NRDC score a big court win against the EPA The Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB): A daily technical, financial, and political review/analysis of important green energy news. Quote Science wins Yesterday, a federal judge in New York invalidated an October 2017 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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2020-03-24 Journalists Hate Trump Actions

From FB comment Mar 24 Steven Hamre The overall population, journalists included, hate what Trump does, not who he is. You can go to Real Clear Politics and see multiple approval surveys that prove beyond doubt that approval of his actions have almost never been above 50% and most of the time hover around 40

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2020-03-13 Switch To Hydrogen

Also posted to CleanTechnica comment to article with “amirite” in title on Mar 14 The world needs to ‘catch up’ by ending use of fossil fuels ASAP, and substituting hydrogen in their place. If we don’t, that 1.5 degree warming goal will be overshot, and things will be exceedingly difficult. The renewables generated hydrogen can

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2020-03-07 Coal And Its Evil Results

In China, industries burned coal and people burned coal for cooking and heating. In cities like Beijing the air pollution was so bad that it was hard to see the stop lights and pedestrians had to wear facemasks. The pollution killed estimated millions of people with lung problems. China realized this and has done a

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2020-03-03 The 5G Technology is NOT Linked to The Corona Virus

This false claim is being spread around the Web by conspiracy theorists, one being David Icke. There has never been any evidence linking the two. Be aware that these articles use pseudoscientific terms that attempt to make the reader believe the claims are based in fact, but they’re not. Don’t be tempted to go over

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2020-03-02 Life’s not easy in So. Calif.

From FB comment. If you don’t vote for change, the whole world’s going to go to hell. We had better change the way we live, and cut back on fossil fuels, and change to renewables, or else there’s not going to be any livable world for the future generations! If your relatives moved out of

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2020-02-28 CoViD19 Novel Corona Virus

The problem with CoViD19 isn’t the ARDS (acute respiratory disease syndrome), it’s the inability of the health care system to respond to an overwhelming number of cases. It’s treatable *if* there are enough staff, facilities, equipment and supplies to treat every patient. You had better hope you catch it and get adequate treatment before the

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2020-01-29 Fusion Thoughts About The Future, Pros, Cons

So many ideas about the future promises of nuclear fusion power, how it will affect the world. Will nuclear fusion ever become a reality? It remains to be seen. In the meantime we will have to make do with renewable energy, mostly wind and solar. The goal is to greatly reduce use of fossil fuels

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