Cultured meat is inevitable

February 1, 2018 Have you heard the term “cultured meat?” If you haven’t, it’s time to become familiar with it because you’re going to be hearing more and more about it in upcoming years. It may eventually change the world as you know it. Cultured meat is known by many different names. Some people call it “in vitro meat.” Others call it “lab grown meat.” … Continue reading Cultured meat is inevitable

The worst of the worst

January 4, 2018 It’s the first week of 2018 and I can’t help but wonder what sort of conspiracy theories will be propagated this year. This led me to look back and share the conspiracy theories that really annoy me. The reason they annoy me is because they’re persistent, despite the facts proving otherwise, along with being rather nasty and callous. So which ones are … Continue reading The worst of the worst

Not all authoritative voices are right

December 21, 2018 I am really getting tired of anti-robot columnists citing Elon Musk as if he is some sort of seer or guru when it comes to the subject. For those of you that don’t know, Elon Reeve Musk, 46, is the founder, CEO, and CTO of SpaceX, which aims to not only reduce the expense of space exploration, but also take humans to … Continue reading Not all authoritative voices are right

Local government is where the action is

November 30, 2017 It’s budget time for city and county governments. It’s probably the busiest time of year for local lawmakers, who not only have their regular meetings but also a workshop or two to discuss the budget and get it lined up so they can vote on it at the following regular meeting. It’s a big thing. All the elected officials from the justices … Continue reading Local government is where the action is

Nuclear winter for news organizations

November 8, 2017 It’s not easy being a journalist. Sure, you may not be as physically taxed as a surveyor who spends his day walking a variety of rough terrain (I’ve done that), as monotonous as working on a production line in a factory (I’ve done that, too) or potentially hazardous as working the graveyard shift at a minimart (done it as well), but journalism … Continue reading Nuclear winter for news organizations

No use for conspiracy theorists

October 11, 2017 October 2017 started off with tragedy as 58 people were killed and more than 500 were wounded when a shooter armed with rifles modified to shoot on full auto opened fire on a crowd of thousands at a country music festival. The shooter, unlike his victims, chose his time to go by shooting himself before he could be arrested. The usual debate … Continue reading No use for conspiracy theorists