Monthly Archives: November 2017

Tesla Woes Thursday

After Tesla’s Model S sedans and Model X SUVs roll off the company’s Fremont, California assembly line, the electric vehicles usually make another stop – for repairs, nine current and former employees have told Reuters. The luxury cars regularly require … Continue reading

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Right Wing Wednesday

The conservative provocateur James O’Keefe’s latest stunt is possibly his biggest backfire: He attempted to sting The Washington Post with a fake Roy Moore accuser, but found himself stung, as the Post exposed the scheme in a detailed report on … Continue reading

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Technology Tuesday

The fingers bend inward to grasp the tire, while the stem contracts upwards to lift. MIT CSAIL I can’t sit here and promise you that the robot apocalypse isn’t coming, that the machines won’t eventually rise up and overthrow their … Continue reading

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Grifter Dems Monday

Let me offer a theory about why Democrats in Congress are not going after the Republicans’ worst tax bill ever with the same visceral vehemence they used to oppose the GOP’s efforts earlier this year to gut Obamacare and Medicaid. … Continue reading

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A LOCAL GEOMAGNETIC STORM: Space weather forecasters and aurora chasers love to talk about the “planetary K index” (Kp). It’s like a Richter Scale for geomagnetic storms, ranking global geomagnetic activity with numbers ranging from 0 (low) to 9 (extreme). When … Continue reading

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Lost Freedom Saturday

Internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon may soon be free to block content, slow video-streaming services from rivals, and offer “fast lanes” to preferred partners. For a glimpse of how the internet experience may change, look at what broadband … Continue reading

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