Philosophy is not a single subject. Philosophers address an infinite number of issues and try to make sense and order of them. For example: ethics, morals, human choices, human belief systems, world politics including justice and law, the complexities of language and meaning and the nature of beauty. All of this enables us to decide how […]
Archives for July 2015
Demand for SBA loans continues on a record pace this year, forcing Congress to raise its previous ceiling. With lending at a high, could a Small Business bubble be forming?
The tropics simmered down this week, but everything else heated up. Blame it on the temperature of the oceans.
This week’s featured earthquake include large tremors in relatively remote areas (Alaska and Papua New Guinea) and a smaller one close to Los Angeles.
Chemistry, physicochemical properties of pollutants, and biodiversity: These things are all more related than they seem.
When a cat stops eating, even for a few days, it may be an indicator of a serious illness, one that’s hard to diagnose, with an unpredictable outcome.
Why is it that a billiards player can strike the cue ball, have it bounce off three rails and two other balls, and end up with the 7 ball in the side pocket, but a weatherman can’t tell you if it’s going to rain tomorrow?
June of 2015 was the hottest June ever. But if you think it’s hot this summer, wait until you see the projections for ninety years from now.
Fire and water have been on the weather menu this week in California. The state’s multi-year drought has left half of California in what’s called an exceptional drought, the highest level on the drought scale. While fires often occur in sparsely-populated areas that contain dry brush and forested land, one of this week’s fires was […]
El Niño Eggplant has wide-ranging implications for weather in the US and beyond. It is now affecting tropical cyclone season in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Other than that: it’s midsummer, so it’s hot.