Daily Archives: November 1, 2017

60 Minutes Australia: Solving Australia’s electricity crisis

More than ever before, Australians are struggling to pay for their power.  In a country of vast natural resources the strife is surprising, and innovative solutions readily at hand. Australian faces huge challenges in the future to provide cheap and … Continue reading

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The Making of Donald Trump

Interesting insight and discussion based on decades of personal observation and investigative reporting long before the Donald became POTUS.  Consistent themes throughout.  And spoiler alert:  Johnston is not a Clinton fan either. Republican, investigative journalist and winner of a 2001 Pulitzer … Continue reading

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Twenty new ‘gas’ stations opened in our town last month

In one day, 20 new fueling stations were added to a local parking lot, with a fraction of the construction costs, mess and upheaval.  Beauty efficiency.  Just add solar and drive.

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Meaningful stimulus: shrinking electric and transport costs near zero

With policy interest rates already near zero in much of the developed world, and heavily indebted households and businesses (that drive world demand), struggling with flat and shrinking incomes, monetary ‘stimulus’ is not what it used to be.  Fresh thinking … Continue reading

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