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Australian Daily Electrical Power Generation Data – Introduction With Permanent Link To Daily and Weekly Posts

May 13, 2018
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By Anton Lang ~ Permanent link to all daily and weekly Posts in this Series I have been detailing the Base Load information for the main Australian coverage area in a series of weekly Posts for almost a year, and that Series is at this permanent link. While the main point of those Posts is […]

A Benevolent Dictator

July 8, 2012
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By Marlin  Thompson ~ I started musing about what I would do if I were absolute dictator of the United States for one year to fast track our country back to a position of primacy and prosperity. The United States has outlasted, by 35 years, the world’s great civilization’s average of 200 years. But we […]

Arthur W Upfield Home Page (With Updates)

September 23, 2010
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UPDATE (October 2014) All 29 of the Bony novels are now available for downloading to a variety of electronic devices, and the list for those is shown at the following link. Arthur Upfield Novels Available For Electronic Devices All of these should be available for any tablet or smartphone using the Android operating system. All […]

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Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Sunday 19th January 2020 – Plus Weekly Update

January 20, 2020
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By Anton Lang ~ This Post details the daily wind power generation data for the AEMO coverage area in Australia. For the background information, refer to the Introductory Post at this link. Each image is shown here at a smaller size to fit on the page alongside the data for that day. If you click […]

NY Times Front Page: Women, Stripped Of Rights By Trump, Still Won’t Vote For Women

January 20, 2020
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By Clay Waters ~ On the front page of Saturday’s New York Times, reporter Lisa Lerer wondered why so many women were reluctant to vote for a woman (i.e. Elizabeth Warren) to run for president in “Taking Feminism to Heart, if Not to the Caucuses – Beating Trump Matters More Than Electing a Woman, to […]

Nuclear Fusion: Tomorrow’s Clean Energy?

January 20, 2020
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By Duggan Flanakin ~ Nuclear energy is a renewable resource that, unlike wind and solar, is not dependent upon the weather. So why is nuclear so little used, and so much maligned? Michael Shellenberger, cofounder of Breakthrough Institute and one of Time’s “heroes of the environment,” notes that the nuclear accidents at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, […]

Australian Daily Wind Power Generation Data – Saturday 18th January 2020

January 19, 2020
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By Anton Lang ~ This Post details the daily wind power generation data for the AEMO coverage area in Australia. For the background information, refer to the Introductory Post at this link. Each image is shown here at a smaller size to fit on the page alongside the data for that day. If you click […]

Impeachment: Salon Compares Republican Senators To Jim Crow Jury

January 19, 2020
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By P.J. Gladnick ~ The latest attack upon the Republican Senators who will sit as part of the jury in the impeachment trial of President Trump is truly bizarre. However, perhaps not so surprising considering the source: Amanda Marcotte of Salon. Her latest wacky shtick is that those Republicans will probably act as a throwback […]

Doomsday Climate Predictions: Wrong Then, Wrong Now

January 19, 2020
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From the team at CFACT ~ How many doomsday predictions about the Earth’s climate must fail before they finally get broadly ignored and dismissed out of hand? Considering the track record of climate predictions that turned out to be false, we are well passed the moment of ridicule. The latest climate prediction fiasco, about glaciers […]

People Who Hate Their Country Won’t Serve It

January 19, 2020
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Is it any wonder that our military lacks representation from urban and coastal population centers? ~ Brian Mark Weber ~     There was a time in America when each generation learned about love of country and the importance of service. It didn’t matter whether a kid grew up in the Bronx or in a small […]