Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Handful of Thoughts on Nanotechnology

Have you heard of the chemical industry? It has developed mostly since World War II to a little fanfare from a few places, but its effects on life in the developed world have gone mostly unremarked-upon. It is because of … Continue reading

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Put the Brakes on $4 per Gallon Gasoline at the Pump!

Repost from Facebook, which explains the more casual tone: (I stole my title from David Vitter, whose strategy was “Drill more wells in the Gulf of Mexico!!!!”) You want my opinion on how to end our dependence on foreign oil? … Continue reading

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