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Solar Panels Powering The World: True or False?

You hear a lot of myths permeating the solar industry: inefficiencies, storage problems, viability, costliness, conversion issues, output, etc. etc. For this exercise, though, I want you to forget everything “you know” about solar energy, and for two reasons: First, … Continue reading

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Climate Change, Heating Up The Syrian War

It’s an ugly truth to a dawning reality. A new study confirms climate change contributed¬†to the Syrian War. The predicted disastrous effects of climate change are no longer ideologies of an impending future, but realities on our doorstep, today. According … Continue reading

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Eliminating Waste Through Design

Ever heard of the 3 R’s? Well, there’s a 4th one, too. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Regenerate.¬†Great concept, and a thoughtful way to help people work to diminish waste. Except, it doesn’t exactly approach the problem from its source… And the … Continue reading

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Denying The Scientific Method

I’ve “always” been a proponent of the scientific method, and thus been stricken with curiosity as to how others can deny scientific study, review, and scholar. A friend from L.A., Chris, suggested I read an article regarding human ability to … Continue reading

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