Posts Tagged ‘ science ’

NanoBriefing 22

Oct 15th, 2012 | By

I’m always pleased to hear of the further progress in highly efficient (and yes, even renewable) means of generating energy – here’s progress again Safer, more efficient, fusion-generated electricity is on the horizon READ MORE




NanoBriefing 13 April 2012

Apr 13th, 2012 | By
Wonders added to wonders!

This weekend be “up” and inspired – this is 18 minutes of inspiring techno-art-energy-speak with Jason Silva And then…you can say Thank You if so inspired




NanoBriefing 21 February 2012

Feb 21st, 2012 | By
Seeing better

A wondrous view of the size of things. Where are we where we see where will we be?   Slide through views of planets, continents, buildings, people, animals, insects, molecules – an exciting visual voyage and a great learning tool!           Where was this found? >  do look at www. Swiss-Miss.com
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Scarcity vs Abundance

Jan 21st, 2011 | By

We are having our heating system repaired today, so it had to be shut down for a few hours. Result? It’s now freezing in our house. Struggling to keep myself warm, I ponder the value of some of the wonderful technological solutions that take care of our needs: to be warm and protected from harsh
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Coming to America, Scientific Regress

Mar 23rd, 2010 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Coming To America – Open immigration is essential for a libertarian country [ Forbes.com ] So, I say to immigrants: Come on over! Bring your friends. Bring your families. Help us restore an America that was conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all
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Flawed climate data, Filtering reality

Oct 15th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Flawed climate data Steve and I showed that the mathematics behind the Mann Hockey Stick were badly flawed, such that its shape was determined by suspect bristlecone tree ring data. Controversies quickly piled up: Two expert panels involving the U.S. National Academy of Sciences were asked
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