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Someone has suggested that I should write more about what engineers do.  So here is the first in a series of posts in that vein. 489 more words


Yet Another Fascinating Presenter for Real Myth and Mithril!

Cait Coker is an Associate Editor for Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction. Her research focuses on the depictions of women and sexuality in science fiction and fantasy; her essays and reviews have appeared in The SFRA Review, The Journal of Transformative Works, and The Future Fire. 328 more words


Greening Trucking & 1:3 Ratio's

How to deliver goods and services while reducing CO² emissions and GHG for a greener planet. Here are a couple of examples:


These two dump trucks are in fact tractors c/w wet line kits and frame-less bodies. 199 more words

Energy from Waste (EfW) can deliver 9% abatement of Australia’s emissions

There has been much said recently about the need to use nuclear energy as a bridging technology while renewable technologies and battery systems in particular, are improved. 372 more words


What You Didn't Hear About Obama's Executive Order on GHG Emissions

On Thursday, President Obama signed an executive order directing the federal government to drastically cut its green house gas (GHG) emissions by 2025. If you skimmed any news article about it, here’s what you read: 522 more words


A Tolkien Reading Day Challenge

Late March is the time in which we mark the end of the Third Age of Middle-earth and celebrate the defeat of Sauron. In this age, we honor the date with an event known as… 339 more words


Impacts on the Environment

From an economics perspective, globalization is integral and advantageous for economic and social development within a country. Globalization is a system fueled by the belief that a single global economy with universal rules set by corporations and financial markets is inevitable. 885 more words