Companies chasing after the elusive technology hope to build reactors by 2030.
We are in a very peculiar ideological and political place in which Democracy (oh sainted Democracy) is a very good thing, unless the voters reject the technocrat class's leadership. Then the velvet gloves come off.
"Bitcoin is evil" articles exist in profusion, and these days I pretty much ignore them. But one of the recent types - raising awareness of Bitcoin's environmental unsustainability - has engaged me. As it turns out, I have an unusual backgr
Those who manage the There's A Better Way program will tell you that the homeless aren't necessarily lazy. They simply lack access to the same opportunities that the rest of us do. Many of them lack photo ID cards and Social Security cards, which a
Elon Musk called the Children's Hospital "the first of many" Tesla projects going live in Puerto Rico.
In the small Gulf Coast city of Victoria, Texas, there are several churches, but just one synagogue, and one mosque -- at least, until the mosque mysteriously burned down on Saturday, according to the New York Times.
These days, you need permission from the government to do just about anything, including feeding yourself or others.
One of the main things that people usually bring up in defense of government is the idea that without the government there would not be any roads, or that the roads would somehow fall into disrepair.
Paul Harding (Sleep Biology) and Judy Staub (local Phoenix activist) come in studio for 3 hours to talk about the dangers of smart meters and cell phone towers, and can analyze home EMF pollution and provide solutions.