Rare earths are central to the development of cleaner technologies that don't destroy the livable climate. But there are still massive externalities to these mining operations. Who should pay the price for this? Though I still have a lot more to learn, it is clear...
What would our nation be like if we were as a nation as wealthy as we are now but we didn't have one of our two political parties dedicated to.
The following poem is by S.M. Hill, a Swedish immigrant to Oregon, circa 1916. I take it from here. America They boast a great deal about equality, they loudly proclaim.
“That the latter has laid out his capital in a teaching factory, instead of in a sausage factory, makes no difference to the relation”
Turning schools into profit-making enterprises has been a disaster, not only in the U.S., but also in Sweden. Applying Taylorism to schools makes perfect sense to the high modernist education reformer like Michelle Rhee or Arne Duncan, but does nothing positive to address the real...
In our continuing chronicle of jellyfish taking over the planet and replacing humans as the dominant species, we have jellyfish attacking Sweden and shutting down a nuclear reactor. The Soviets.
It's not quite accurate to say that bureaucrats will do anything to protect budgets, as the relationship between turf, autonomy, resources, and organizational behavior is complex. Nevertheless, as a general.