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And it can also help clean up the environment as well
Conjuring the name “Orwell,” whose 1984 World State featured brutality, manipulation of information, and propaganda,
In buildings the movement will be toward re-using waste heat, then designing for renewable heat sources.
Terrace, BC group preparing efforts to reduce overall energy use
This week, our columnist Al Lehmann talks about how what political slogans are doing to humanity
Food costs projected to keep rising higher and higher
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau once commented that living next to the United States was like being “a mouse in bed with an elephant,”
We’re not trying to churn out a uniform product to some industrial standard, a truth those in power are reluctant to learn.
“A universal health system is essential if you want a country that’s healthy and productive."
Although most citizens recognize the many values to be gained from receiving a good education, disagreement exists over what that means.
As for our local NEB hearings on the Enbridge pipeline, the decision to approve it has probably already been made.
The so-called “occupy” movement commands a lot of column inches and sound bites, whatever medium one happens to prefer.
“Class in society is determined by voice.” So wrote Marshall McLuhan, one of Canada’s most original thinkers.
Buckminster Fuller, inventor of the geodesic dome, once attributed his trademark spherical design to an interest in bubbles. As a young naval officer he had had the originality to wonder why bubbles didn’t appear in water as cubes or polyhedrons!
In the days of cheap gasoline and hot rods, testosterone-driven adolescents used to play a game called “Chicken.” It involved driving at accelerating speeds toward certain death until the driver braked, swerved, or crashed. The idea seemed to be that risking a nearly certain death was preferable to admitting that these actions might be somewhat stupid and judgment seriously flawed.
Where to eat, where to eat?...” One can imagine a harried working parent exploring the options of obtaining a quick family meal amid the stresses of suburban life.
Arthur C. Clark, author of 2001: a Space Odyssey, and inventor of the concept of geostationary satellites for telecommunications, once wrote that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”