An Energy Crisis?

The CEO of GE spoke recently at an energy conference in California where he indicated the importance of addressing the reliability, affordability, and sustainability of energy. Frankly, I have a very simple perspective on the notion of the “energy crisis”

The Age of the Endarkenment

Update Once again, I claim that we are living in the “Age of Endarkenment” where reality, empiricism, and merit are treated with disdain.  Frankly, we in the American public have been subjected to the Leftist “slow boiling of the frog”

Old Age Insights

Some good humor from Cousin Rob: As I’ve grown older, I’ve learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but annoying everyone is a piece of cake. I’m responsible for what I say, not what you understand. Common sense is like deodorant. 

Humor for Current Times

Courtesy of my buddy, Joe K., a few general observations and pertinent cartoon strips: If the current power grid can’t handle a night of 20 degree temperatures without rolling blackouts, how are we going to plug-in 100 million electric cars

Road Bike vs eBike

I did two 10-mile bicycle rides on the same course around the Englewood dam in North Dayton.  You can see the riding path and respective stats in the images below, as well as photos of the bicycles.  The Cannondale road

Does AI Mean ‘Augmented Intelligence’?

This is a cumulative posting about AI that was started in March 2018.  I will be sharing observations and various snippets that illustrate that the latest advancements in neural networks and machine learning do not constitute “intelligence”.   A much better

Who is in Charge at the White House?

Update According to reporting in the New York Post, the reason we don’t see Joe Biden in the actual White House is that his team (i.e., cabal) can’t install a teleprompter to keep the gaffer-in-chief on script: If one really