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Posted on July 17 at 10:22 a.m.
Congratulations! I wish I had Wellman's talent for capturing/creating photonic interactions.
On Paul Wellman
Posted on July 17 at 10:19 a.m.
Now that I've read the article ... and considering the price of fresh seafood .. YES.
On Do you feel at risk from mislabeled seafood?
Posted on July 17 at 9:22 a.m.
To characterize Tabatha's posts as "diatribes" is the pot calling the iPod black.
On The Grassroots Speak
Posted on July 16 at 9:50 a.m.
Almost one hundred years later and the Middle East is still suffering from the aftermath of WWI and Sykes-Picot
One could make a case that WWI impacts us more today than WWII. Of course there's that pesky atomic genie that got let out of the bottle ...
On Truly, Madly, Trixie
Posted on July 10 at 11:45 a.m.
Constitutional roots ... as seen through their own filters of course!
Most Americans have an extremely poor understanding of the Constitution skewed by moneyed and shouting voices:
On Tea Party on Parade
Posted on July 10 at 11:37 a.m.
"American exceptionalism" ... is ideological hogwash. Dogma often used to push extremist/nationalist agendas.
Posted on June 28 at 10:13 a.m.
Anyone can read James F. Tracy's paranoid blog postings on the internet. To him, every mass shooting is a government conspiracy to justify gun control. Go ahead and Google him as I have.
But that's not all, he also has a hard-on for climate change skeptics. Yep, it's all a conspiracy by the government. In an earlier generation, James F. Tracy would be supporting op-ed pieces denying man ever landed on the moon.
There's a difference between critical thinking and ad hoc hypothesizing driven by personal biases.
On A Catastrophic Failure with Tragic Results
Posted on June 27 at 8:47 a.m.
James F. Tracy? Really? What a whack job.
Posted on June 26 at 11:16 a.m.
BTW, the Old Mission's lawn is beginning to get brown. I noticed yesterday Sandpiper is still pretty green. But Goleta has a lot more groundwater reserves than SB.
On City Customers Not Saving Water During Drought
Posted on June 26 at 11:13 a.m.
Looking at the problem mathematically, I suspect there are lots of residential water users compared to hotels, commercial users, etc. So if residential water users cut back a little, that could results in large savings. Possibly larger than just a few big water users cutting back.
Of course, we'd need to see a breakdown of water usage by category to figure out where the biggest net gains could come from. And how much needs to be cut back in each category. I wouldn't be surprised if the City hasn't done this already.