Competing concerns, as always.
This week: Robots, Religion, Energy, Science, and Space!
Polluting it, saving it, surviving it…
This week: Crime, Transportation, Food, Money, and Energy!
This Week: Science, Technology, Food, Energy, and Space!
This week! Nature, Food, Obesity, Energy, Death, and Business!
This week: Cities, Religion, Energy, Space, Transportation, and Technology!
This week: Energy, Technology, Science, Earth, and Beyond!
This Week: Crime, Business, Energy, Space, Nature, and Housing!
Labor, Energy, Education, Religion, and Food!
This Week: Healthcare, Media, Space, Creatures, Energy, Doom, and Transportation!
World’s gotta move, fuel’s gotta burn, etc;.
Water, energy, and infrastructure.
Education, Innovative Housing, Europe, Technology, Energy, and Space!
From Ross Douthat: And this is where I think the American left falls short. I agree with Yglesias that most liberals who care about inequality care about immobility as well.
My fellow gentlemen and dear readers may have noticed I’ve been scarce around these parts of late. Two weeks ago we got our structural approval letter from the US Coast Guard Marine Safety Center, and the week after that they issued approval for our mast, rigging, and sail plan. Every novel aspect of our…
by Trumwill Peak Oil has been right around the corner for decades. Global warming requires a response that is going to make energy – oil in particular – more expensive. Commuters and drivers are subsidized with general funds. The solution to all of this is, of course, to stick it to the commuters. It’s nothing…
There was a lot of blow-back to my public-utility-as-monopoly post from last week. The common response (not including health-care comparisons) can be summed up in three parts – infrastructure concerns; deregulation concerns; and “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it.” One by one, now… First, public utilities are awful examples of government-sponsored monopoly. All the…