Monday, June 30, 2008

The power of One

One lone, delusional man...

Can do a lot. Of good and bad...

What have you done lately?

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Algal BioFuel

An interesting bit of number-crunching on gasoline from algae.

In a nutshell: It's going to be an intensive process.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

High Oil Prices? Good NEWS!!

It seems that sending parts to cheap labor sources isn't economical anymore.

Look for more things being made here in the US of A! :^)

If you've ever had a problem with Windows...

don't worry! It happens to the "best" of them:

Gates smiled and said,
There's not a day that I don't send a piece of e-mail ... like that piece of e-mail. That's my job.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Sometimes the apples fall from the trees...

and then, learning from them, roll away.

Some famous fathers and what their sons learned:

?? Carcaterra
Hunter S. Thompson
Frank Sinatra
Gerald Ford
Billy Graham
Johnny Cash

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Ham in space!!

New Launch: 2008 May 31, 2102 UTC
Site: Air Force Eastern Test Range, Florida, USA
Launcher: Space Shuttle (Discovery)
International Designators(s): 2008-027A

SSC Name Owner
32960 STS 124 US

"Right on time, the shuttle Discovery blasted into orbit Saturday, kicking off a two-week, three-spacewalk mission to attach Japan's huge Kibo laboratory module to the international space station and deliver a fresh flight engineer—Gregory Chamitoff—to replace outgoing station astronaut Garrett Reisman."

"Liftoff occurred on time at 5:02:12 p.m. [EDT] after a virtually problem-free countdown. Joining Kelly and Chamitoff aboard the orbiter were pilot Kenneth Ham, flight engineer Ronald Garan, Karen Nyberg, Michael Fossum and Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide."

Yes, Ken Ham is/was in space. I guess that we shouldn't have hoped to see him at the AiG Creation Museum. ;^)

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