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  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 2 days ago
    How to Fix Our Climate Change Issues?

    How to Fix Our Climate Change Issues?

    The alternative fact that the current administration is not doing much to fix climate change let alone fund research that can do something about what is going on is that other people are always doing something. For every organization that is not doing something, there are those that actually are doing something. In California alone, our seven-year drought is over, finally, because that seven-year drought was what made our air hotter, drier, and even dried up our lawns. We have solutions to global warming out there that people are working on without the blessing of the current aspect of the party in power. Companies are working on electric car options, self-driving electric cars, ethanol-powered cars, and despite the current administration stoking the power of oil, gas, and coal companies, many are starting to get through their heads what the real expert scientists are desperately trying to say to us. Environment America is a part of The Public Interest Network.
  • Don Klees
    Published 2 days ago
    Two Hours of Future Past

    Two Hours of Future Past

    Nowhere is the disconnect between ambition and execution in television drama more apparent than science-fiction. What made Space: 1999 different from its 1970s peers is that at least in its first season this disconnect had little to do with budgetary constraints and was more a function of story and character - areas where more modestly budgeted programs frequently outshined it. Dubious science aside, Space: 1999 often posed intriguing ethical and philosophical questions (at least in its first season). Unfortunately, the drama all too often hinged on characters acting out of character, leaving even many who enjoyed it wondering if a bit more time and money should have been spent on the scripts.
  • Kaitlyn Maura
    Published 2 days ago
    Astrology of the 2020 Elections: Steve Bullock
  • Kevin
    Published 2 days ago
    Life Tips to Grow as a Career Marketer

    Life Tips to Grow as a Career Marketer

    In the world of marketing, it is crucial that you have a variety of skills. The more versatile you are, the more likely you are to grow your career. If you want to be a well-rounded marketer, then it is crucial that you learn as much as you can. Web design is so important when it comes to marketing. While you may know that, if you do not know how to develop a website yourself, you may find yourself at a disadvantage. If you’re interested in improving your portfolio and your potential, you may want to learn CSS and HTML. You do not need to become an expert overnight or an expert at all. In fact, you can reap a lot of benefits just from learning the basics and foundations of coding. When you know the basics, you can build on the rest.
  • Marshall Barnes
    Published 3 days ago
    Why "The Good Stuff" Isn't, When it Comes to Time Travel

    Why "The Good Stuff" Isn't, When it Comes to Time Travel

    Wheezy Waiterm, AKA Craig Benzine, is the main host for a geek/nerd Youtube show called The Good Stuff. I don't watch these kinds of shows, because for the subjects I like, it's always above the pay grade of the show hosts and they either wind up pretending they know or understand it, or kiss the ass of some scientist they interview. Then later is what happens when the hapless cast of The Good Stuff have on the greatest fraud in the history of physics, Ronald L. Mallett. Nothing, and I mean nothing of any significance related to time travel has resulted from Ronald Mallett's claims, which are often exaggerated and baseless, if not outright lies, despite the fact he hides behind Einstein like a religious zealot hides his terrorism behind the name of his god. For the record, Einstein didn't even like the idea of time travel and since Mallett is supposed to be such a fanboy for the man, he should know that. And for ALL OF YOU, I don't care if you're a geek, nerd, armchair physicist or some PhD in theoretical physics in some community college somewhere—Guess what? The fact that all the solutions for time travel derived from Einstein's theories require a SPACE PROGRAM should tip you off that they're not exactly applicable solutions to the problem at hand and the answers actually lie elsewhere. That none of you are too swift on that account is probably why you don't realize how insane it makes you all look. Right. INSANE, or have you forgotten the quote that has been erroneously attributed to your favorite genius, pre-Hawking. You know—"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result"? Like, you know, like constantly trying to force relativity to produce time travel results. Good quote. Certainly applies to all of the aforementioned suspects, but no, Einstein didn't say it. After all, as a professional researcher, I check my sources. More on time travel and its dubious links to the theories of Relativity, momentarily.
  • Anne Reboa
    Published 3 days ago
    Making Authentic Friendships: The App Specifically Designed for Those with Special Needs

    Making Authentic Friendships: The App Specifically Designed for Those with Special Needs

    Anamesa is proud to showcase, represent and support individuals who dedicate their time to making the world a little better (in whatever way that may be). Fortunately for myself, I know a lot of inspiring, hard working people. One of them being my friend Juliana.