Bill Gates says poor countries can’t afford renewable energy

31 August 2014

Those living in poverty need cheap energy to help them get a better life. Lectures by wealthy countries saying poor countries need renewable energy now to cut carbopn emissions is unrealistic and will keep them in poverty. Instead, such countries need cheap, clean fossil fuels. So says Bill Gates, whose foundation has serious influence and […]

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California passes toothless law regulating groundwater pumping

30 August 2014

California is in denial about water. Other Western states have long had rules regulating water pumped from wells. California has finally passed such a measure. However the law is vague and will do little to alleviate problems in the current drought. Groundwater pumping accounts for up to 60% of water used during droughts in California. […]

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Horrific child porn Tor site busted by traditional and cyberwar methods

29 August 2014

Tor itself may┬ástill be technically secure. However, it can’t protect against stupid mistakes or concerted attacks. The FBI used traditional police methods as well as cyberwar techniques to bust a sickening child porn site hosted on Tor where members talked about torturing and killing infants. Tor sites can only be accessed using the Tor browser […]

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Coffee is better with fresh roasted beans. Nesco FreshRoast

29 August 2014

Home roasted coffee is superior to store-bought because it is so fresh. Coffee loses flavor after being roasted, no matter how carefully it is packaged. Plus, you can control how dark you want the roast with a home roaster. This is important. The darker the roast, the more you taste the roast. The lighter the […]

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Wealthy Montecito abuses water rules, highlights California drought problems

28 August 2014

Goodness, you wouldn’t want to think Montecito mansion owners would follow water rules like other Californians. And too many of these arrogant rich don’t. Some are utter water pigs. They continue to use as much water as they want and pay fines instead. Plus they pump from wells and truck water in. Where is the […]

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War on drugs as excuse to expand police state thuggery and surveillance

27 August 2014

Ron Paul, sounding like a left wing radical, says war on drugs is being used as an excuse to militarize the police, giving them weaponry far beyond what they need. With Ferguson, Paul says, the war has come home. I completely agree. There is plenty of common ground between the non-authoritarian left and the libertarian […]

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California can learn from Las Vegas about water reclamation

26 August 2014

Southern Nevada cleans 100 million gallons of sewage a day then pumps 90 million gallons a day back into Lake Mead for future use. The rest is used for irrigation and other gray water needs. Yes, what is flushed down the toilet in Las Vegas is turned back into drinking water, over and over again. […]

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France dissolves parliament in attempt to protect banksters

25 August 2014

French PM Manuel Valls has dissolved his government after a crisis ignited, forced by the economy minister saying France should stop austerity and not mimic what Germany does. “Austerity” means microscopic interest rates. This benefits banksters and no one else. Banksters borrow virtually free from the central bank and uses the money to speculate. Little […]

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Collapse of American Exceptionalism. China, Russia openly mock US

25 August 2014

When China and Russia, the other two superpowers, openly challenge the US to the point of ridicule, then something fundamental has changed in geopolitics. US supremacy as shot-caller in international politics is over. It just is. Deal with it. An new era is emerging. There will be serious blowback at home over this as our […]

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Water crisis in the West. Central Arizona Project as model for what not to do

25 August 2014

The Central Arizona Project flows from the Colorado River. Water is pumped uphill, then downhill to Phoenix and Tucson. The CAP transfers water from one basin to another. This basically screws everything up, creating artificial watersheds and increased battles over water, just like similar water projects in California. Navajo Nation was left out out of […]

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