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Brad Voracek
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Lived in Lancaster, CA
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The government's job is to create jobs. Get to it.
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So we find that the three possible solutions of the great problem of increasing human energy are answered by the three words: food, peace, work.

http://www.tfcbooks.com/tesla/1900-06-00.htm

Tesla... coming the same conclusion I have 110 years ago...
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From that moment when it was observed that, contrary to the established opinion, low and easily accessible strata of the atmosphere are capable of conducting electricity, the transmission of electrical energy without wires has become a rational task of the engineer, and one surpassing all others in importance.  Its practical consummation would mean that energy would be available for the uses of man at any point of the globe, not in small amounts such as might be derived from the ambient medium by suitable machinery, but in quantities virtually unlimited, from waterfalls.  Export of power would then become the chief source of income for many happily situated countries, as the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Switzerland, and Sweden.  Men could settle down everywhere, fertilize and irrigate the soil with little effort, and convert barren deserts into gardens, and thus the entire globe could be transformed and made a fitter abode for mankind. It is highly probable that if there are intelligent beings on Mars they have long ago realized this very idea, which would explain the changes on its surface noted by astronomers.  The atmosphere on that planet, being of considerably smaller density than that of the earth, would make the task much more easy.
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Dubai may not seem like the most likely place for a "miracle garden" but the first phase of the 721,000 square foot flowerfest was unveiled at Dubailand earlier this year. And now Dubai Properties ...
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By Dan Kervick The Bitcoin phenomenon has always been an interesting concoction: part radical libertarian currency scheme inspired by the anti-government monetary musings of Ron Paul and Austrian school of economics; part black market drug exchange empo
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The world is exactly as the movies portray it.
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This one is awesome.
As I've been digging deeper into the data I've gathered on 210 million public Facebook profiles, I've been fascinated by some of the patterns that have emerged. My latest visualization shows the in...
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  • Politify
    Researcher, 2009 - 2010
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
    Intern, 2011 - 2011
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  • University of California, Berkeley
    Computer Science & Math, 2009 - present
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