The GAP QUAL 100 simulation that I’m running on the current season shows some surprises. The bonus system that I’ve devised definitely opens up competition. No lead is safe. It is entirely possible for consecutive bad races to … Continue reading →
For the moment, our top public health officials are quite adamant that there absolutely will not be a major Ebola outbreak in the United States. But what if they are wrong? Or what would happen if terrorists released a form of weaponized Ebola or weaponized smallpox in one of our major cities? What would such [...]
"If they're not lying, they are grossly incompetent," said Dr. Gil Mobley, a microbiologist and emergency trauma physician from Springfield, Mo. as he checked in and cleared Atlanta airport security wearing a mask, goggles, gloves, boots and a hooded white jumpsuit emblazoned on the back with the words, "CDC is lying!" As The Atlanta […]
Well it’s no surprise, I suppose, that publishing has its share of loons, scammers and reprobates, but the increasingly bizarre case of Ellora’s Cave deserves its own chapter. Last week, avid reader, book blogger, and lawyer Jane Litte published The Curious Case of Ellora’s Cave, in which she discussed the growing turbulence inside the publisher of erotic [… […]
EVERYONE NEEDS TO WAKE UP! Getting a rather late start on this evenings blog, however for what I’ve got to say perhaps it is better that I keep this article to a minimum. I really am not the sort of … Continue reading →
Hopefully within the next day or two we will be able to get Modeled Behavior.com to redirect to our Forbes Blog. Yet, it looks as if there is no way to get our RSS feed to continue to work. Here is a link to our new RSS feed a Forbes. http://blogs.forbes.com/modeledbehavior/feed/ We also will not […]
Item title Reviewed by David Wendt on Jan 6. Delicious, tasty pizza in Eastlake! L’Amourita serves up traditional wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza, brought to your table promptly and without fuss. An ideal neighborhood pizza joint. Rating: 4
Newly released documents further support the conclusion that the FBI was working with radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki after the 9/11 attacks – in the years before he became the first American targeted for death by a U.S. drone strike.
Nuclear warheads developed decades ago in anticipation of a nuclear Armageddon with the former Soviet Union are being kept in case they’re needed to ward off a different kind of catastrophe: asteroids.
Here is an excellent review on a book called “Dead Men’s Secrets” by Jonathan Gray. George Gordon does awesome narration debunking the theory of evolution by presenting a slew of historical facts that mainstream history is largely silent on as it cannot be explained. It is (the video) pretty lengthy, however, it is very captivating […]
Peterbuilt tractor-Trailer headed westbound on I-40 near Gallup New Mexico. The sun was only a few minutes away from darkness, and this scene presented itself in less than 15-seconds. www.frankeschein.com Alaska watchmen, Alaska survivalist, Alaska Outdoorsman, Alaska trapper, Alaska hunter, Alaska trucker, Franke Schein on Facebook, Franke Schein, on Twit […]
Originally posted on Metro News:Canada has officially adopted the Housing First strategy for tackling homelessness and mental illness after a convincing study was made public Tuesday. The Mental Health Commission of Canada unveiled the results of it’s At Home/Chez…
AT&T Buys DirecTV in $49B Stock-And-Cash Deal DALLAS — AT&T Inc. on Sunday agreed to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion, or $95 per share, a move that gives telecommunications company a larger base of video subscribers and increases its ability to compete against Comcast and Time Warner Cable, which agreed to a merger in February. […]
October 1, 2014 – Tragedy on Mount Ontake: Pictured above, Japanese soldiers and firefighters searched near the peak of Mount Ontake in central Japan on Wednesday. So far, 47 bodies have been found after Saturday’s eruption. Gaku Harada remembers it … Continue reading →
I’ve been away from my usual activities for a little bit. I picked up the materials to start a drafting project. I’m going to draw an engine that I’ve designed, over the last 40 years or so. I’m drawing it to demonstrate two principles. The first is to get around the pressure and fuel limitations in conventional engines. The second is to create a way to contain combustion in a small zone in the combustion chamber. This engi8ne would have both a load sensitive compression ratio and output speed. What I would do with it, beyond my own amusement, I don’t know. Yes, it would get as lot better gas mileage, perhaps double.
I’ve read so many articles and papers about altering the pressure curve, and they seem to be a partial answer, not really changing ther curver that much. I also want to beat the pressure limit at which detonation and pre-ignition occurs. If the pressure level is physically altered after the fuel is burned, there can be no damaging uncontrolled reactions. It’s just hot, inert gas.
The U. S. Patent Office has always been the most corrupt agency in the U. S. government. It’s that little clause about awarding patents to the applicant “best able to bring a product to market”. That’s why the man who invented the intermittent wiper blade system had to fight Ford for years, and spend 5 million of his own money to get a judgment. At the last that I heard, he hadn’t gotten a dime from Ford. The highest proprietary interest is served. I would rather put it in the public domain and have a thousand little cottage industry shops build it. That can’t be stopped.
Inside the New York Fed: Secret Recordings and a Culture Clash by Jake Bernstein ProPublica Hear the radio version on these stations or download the episode now. Barely a year removed from the devastation of the 2008 financial crisis, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York faced a crossroads. Congress had set … Read more Related posts: NY Fed […]