Living with Water Scarcity. David Zetland

20 August 2014

Water economist and Aguanomics blogger David Zetland discusses water scarcity, the politics of water, human rights to water, and of course, the economics of water in his new book Living With Water Scarcity. Zetland is well-known in the world of water geeks and blogs prolifically, over 5,000 posts so far about water. Do you worry […]

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Corrupt companies face nonexistent criminal prosecution from the feds

19 August 2014

Big banks and accounting firms launder money, sometimes for countries designated as terrorists. The feds fine them. No no one goes to prison. This is corruption at the highest levels of finance and government. Our government is running a protection racket. Banksters get to continue their business as usual after paying money to the government. […]

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Native Seed Search. Preserving endangered Southwest native seeds

18 August 2014

Native Seed Search in Tucson has preserved and saved multitudes of heirloom seeds including beans, squash, pepper, corn, eggplant, herbs, and a multitude of other vegetables. They were once given a medicine man’s pouch which contained sunflower seeds they’d never seen before. This previously unknown variety of sunflowers proved resistant to sunflower rust and was […]

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It’s moving day. Vegas here we come!

16 August 2014

I like a city that has personality, that often changes seemingly overnight, and gives the people what they want. San Jose is nice. However the cost of housing is ridiculously high.  We look forward to living in a house again and to having zillions of house guests. Hello Vegas.

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Senior managers ‘personally liable’ for money-laundering lapses in UK

15 August 2014

This is a fine idea that needs to be implemented in the US too. Put real fear into greedhead money-laundering banksters and their ilk by coming after them personally if they break the law. Senior management in money services in Great Britain are now personally liable for failures in money laundering. Rather than slap on […]

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California could be 100% renewable energy by 2050, say researchers

15 August 2014

A combination of renewable energy from wind, water, and sunlight could power California completely by 2050, say perky researchers from Stanford. In my view they’re a bit too perky as well as overly We Know What Is Best For You. First off, all those pesky gas and diesel vehicles would need to be completely replaced […]

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Self-cooling PV cells use layer of silica glass

14 August 2014

Stanford researchers have developed a way to keep solar photovoltaic cells cooler, even in baking temperatures. If the cells get too hot, efficiency drops as does the lifetime of the cells. Adding pyramid-shaped layer of silica glass allows the cells to cool on their own, avoiding the need for water or wind for cooling. “The […]

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New Class Conflict. Proleterianization of the Middle Class

13 August 2014

The New Class Conflict arises from the disintegration of the middle class and emergence of two new aristocracies; the tech oligarchy and what Joel Kotkin calls the clerisy, which are policy, media, and academic elites. Neither much cares what happens to the middle class and indeed are dismissive and contemptuous of it, except for how […]

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Steppenwolf. Monster. As true now as it was in the 1960′s.

12 August 2014

“Once the religious, the hunted and weary Chasing the promise of freedom and hope Came to this country to build a new vision Far from the reaches of kingdom and pope Like good Christians, some would burn the witches Later some got slaves to gather riches But still from near and far to seek America […]

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Standard Chartered baffled by their anti-money laundering software

12 August 2014

Apparently software Standard Chartered installed to spot suspicious transactions was just so darned complicated that they couldn’t install it correctly. That’s why so many transactions linked to Iran somehow snuck through. The bank has already been fined $667 million for this, and now may be fined again. Drat that pesky software! The bank installed the […]

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