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Virtual Money Becomes Real

November 11th, 2006 | Posted in Art & Society

A trend worth serious attention in 2007 is the blending of virtual and physical money. Money has been readily changed from currency to currency for a long time. But now traditional money can be traded for virtual money, and vice versa. At the simple...

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Ticking Time Bombs

November 7th, 2006 | Posted in Art & Society

It looks like, near midnight Pacific Time on Election day in the U.S., a new day is dawning in the U.S. Congress, as anticipated below. Watch for more comment tomorrow. I have been thinking about the likelihood that new Congressional leadership is about to...

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What the Gore UK Appointment Means

November 1st, 2006 | Posted in Environment & Energy

The report to the government of the United Kingdom on the consequences of unchecked global warming received a deserved splash of recognition in the past couple of days. The key point made in their report is that time is short to begin a global...

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We Will Never See 400

October 18th, 2006 | Posted in Environment & Energy

Today was the big day. The U.S. population hit 300 million people. In fact, as I write this near midnight Eastern time, the population clock now reads 300,005,079. This is up from 100 million in 2015, and 200 million in 1967. The Census Bureau...

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