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Look at the breakdown of Pakistan's population, and it should be pretty clear that the boom has just started. The country has a population of 180m, with 50% under age 15 and 67% under age 30. In 30 years, Pakistan's population could easily be in the 250m to 300m range, with the number being toward the high end of the...more
I have too many thoughts for a single post about Wal-Mart. First is grocery. If you are going to be in the grocery business, you can not have scores of empty facings (out of stocks) and expect the customer to come back; that is, unless you believe your customer has to eat something, even if it's out of stock, and can...more
Keith, that is 100% correct. Carrington was so strong that it supercharged the air around the telegraphs. The ones that didn't burst into flames continued to operate even though they were already destroyed. Best comparison is the body of a snake still moving after you cut the head off.
Pompey, check my reply to ...more
You know your stuff, and I'm in your camp on this one. For me, it's not the flare itself I'm concerned about. It's how many people who have no clue what a solar flare is or the damage it can do. More concerning is the lack of preparation. The 1859 Carrington Event is one of those things I consider a must-know. I r...more
This is what you can expect from an administration that sees wind power as some sort of magic bullet for energy policy. It should be pretty obvious to everyone what wind power is and what it is not.
First, what wind power is. Wind power is a good way to fill in a small gap in your overall energy policy. Where wi...more
Absolutely true. As I said, it's a political organization first and a charitable foundation second. If you fit their agenda and are committed to further advancing the pussification of America, they will gladly accept your donation..
Komen is one of the worst breast cancer organizations to deal with if you've just done a small fundraiser and are looking to donate the proceeds. I know people who have done their own fundraisers, raised $1000-$2000, called Komen looking to donate the proceeds, and basically be told to go to hell.
If you ask me, K...more
Unicorn, are you sure they're actually honey bees or a more aggressive/hybrid species of bee? My own take on the bee population decline is that more aggressive species are decimating the honey bee population, through killing them, cross-breeding with them, crowding them out of their habitat or some combination of the ...more
I find it hard to believe there is no water purification system on the list. For me, the Katadyn pocket microfilter is an automatic. You're talking 13,000 gallons of drinking water, any time, any place for around $350. And it fits easily into a side pocket on a real backpack.
I take issue with the backpack. For...more
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