Archive for the 'Technology' Category
Confusion reigns. Keith Yost at MIT: From the information we have, we can draw a conclusion anywhere between “the reactor is undamaged and being cooled” to “the reactor cladding and/or fuel has been partially damaged, but the damage is contained and the reactor is being cooled.” The question that should be asked now is whether [...]
Get off your butt, and ensure we are sending the best that the United States of America can provide to help the nation and people of Japan. Stop worrying about re-election and the NCAA tournament: This morning, as Japan’s nuclear crisis enters a potentially catastrophic phase, we are told that Obama is videotaping his NCAA [...]
Digg founder Kevin Rose.
Classic: Every trillion squandered on global warming, is a trillion not spent on earthquake preparedness. And Ilya Somin: The massive destruction and tragic loss of life in the recent earthquake in Japan will surely rekindle debates over how well democratic governments handle natural disaster. The good news is that democracies handle natural disasters much better [...]
Continues to choke the economy, and Hugh Hewitt calls the question for both the President and the Obama Media: Of course, we don’t have new wells off East or West Coast, and, of course, the president hasn’t done anything to expand production in Alaska either. It is absurd for the president to claim anything other [...]
And Obama wants this power. UPDATE: Necessity is the mother of invention.
By medical technology that ObamaCare will snuff out.
Terry Teachout: Me, I like black-and-white movies, and I can recall with embarrassing ease a time when color TV was a rarity reserved for the rich. The earliest color TV sets, which went on sale in 1954, cost $1,295 each, a bit more than ten thousand dollars in today’s money. My family, which didn’t have [...]