An interesting article about the state of our economy and the effect of Greenspan’s (usually cryptic and mostly unintelligible gobbledegook) announcements on the subject.Continue reading “Greenspan and the Bubble”
Currently, the US is not participating in the carbon trade. Interestingly enough, we posess some of the most fertile ground in the world and have, historically been able to grow an abundance of agricultural products.
What if we started an initiative, whereby, instead of paying our farmers to sit idle, we actively encouraged the growth of any number of fast-growing, fibrous plants that we could use to generate food, fuel, paper, cloth, and . . . create a carbon-sink → Continue reading “Could AgroBusiness Be One of the Next Big Things In America?”
Fred Hoyle – 1950→ Continue reading “Here we are in this wholly fantastic Universe with scarcely a clue as to whether our existence has any real significance. No wonder then that many people feel the need for some belief that gives them some sense of security, and no wonder that they become angry with people like me who say that this security is illusory. But I do not like the situation any better than they do.”