Nearly Midnight

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists have moved the hands of the famous Doomsday Clock 30 seconds closer to midnight today.  Specifically, it is at 2 minutes and 30 seconds to midnight.  For those that don’t know, midnight is when the world ends.  Originally, the Bulletin was to warn the world of an impending nuclear … Continued

Save the Planet

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This is the best advice ever.  So good in fact that it forgoes the inclusion on a “Best of Stumbles” list, because it deserves it’s own post.  So good that I am paying $19.99/minute to post this on a dial-up connection on a Unix machine with blood stains all over it. Listen to it, take … Continued

Going Green, or Not! part IV – The CO2 Myth

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Welcome to Part 4 of the Going Green, or Not! series.  Today I will tackle Carbon Dioxide, that lovely deadly gas we exhale every day.  As always part I, part II, and part III are just clicks away, so please catch up to them if you haven’t read them yet, and if you have, then … Continued

Going Green! or Not, Part III – The Impact of Nuclear Energy

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This is Part III of the on going segment called Going Green! or Not.  Today I’m going to try and wrap up nuclear energy, hopefully I’ll end with a bang.  As always, if you missed any of the other installments, they are but a click away Part I, Part II. So let’s get back on … Continued

Going Green! or Not, Part II – Nuclear Energy

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This is Part II of the on going segment called Going Green! or Not series deals largely with renewable energy.  Mainly I take a stab at all the myths associated with nuclear power.  It’s awesome because a lot of people don’t know anything about nuclear power, where as I know quite a lot.  If you … Continued

Going Green! or Not, part I

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This is the first in a multi-part series where I will explain some of the problems faced with the “green” industry, and the misconceptions people have about it.  As long time readers hopefully know, I believe that global warming is not a scientific fact, but a man made fear, and today you will begin to … Continued