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The fossil fuel industry is condemning us to climate disaster

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Circular economy could bring 70 percent cut in carbon emissions by 2030

This is the pinnacle of recycling!

#ClimateChange
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Obama in the Everglades to raise alarm on climate change
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Open your eyes.
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Does your country fully harness the power of information technology? Our 2015 Global Information Technology Report explores how countries are using IT to improve competitiveness and boost inclusive growth.

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If only Sweden weren't so cold, and blond. Not that I mind either, but I don't eat meatballs, so I can't imagine what we'd have in common.

And yet, there is something special up there in the North.... Maybe it's their care for humanity and human rights.

I do like the Swedish Chef, so maybe that's a place to start?
 
WATCH: Swedish Cops on Vacation School NYPD Cops on How to Subdue People Without Hurting Them

This week, four vacationing Swedish police officers, Samuel Kvarzell, Markus Asberg, Eric Jansberger and Erik Naslund, happened to be on a New York City subway train when a fight broke out among two apparently homeless men.

Despite the fact that the four officers were obviously not on duty and far out of their own jurisdiction, they intervened and nonviolently subdued both men, taking extreme care to not harm either of them. The officers repeatedly asked the men if they were injured, and told them everything would be okay and they needed to calm down.
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Deep Thoughts for Throwback Thursday
More than 150 years after his death, Thoreau's "deliberate living" is back: Norway's #SlowTV is anodyne to modern life, and seems almost obvious in retrospect.

According to Thoreau, he went out into the woods near Walden pond because he "wanted to live deliberately." Buddhists understand this as the practice of mindfulness.

“History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes.”


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#TBT #walden #mindfulness
Learn more about the life, career, and philosophy of American essayist, poet, and practical philosopher Henry David Thoreau on Biography.com.
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Earth Day: leading scientists say 75% of known fossil fuels must stay in ground. The alternatives are catastrophic. 
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+David Sanabria Yeah, I agree.
On a side reference...I live not far from Harrisburg, Illinois, and they actually allowed a subsidiary of Peabody Coal to 'strip mine' high-sulfur coal in deep strips more than two miles long and a mile across right outside of town among the corn fields!!! (you should be able to see it on "Google")
This coal is so poor quality that none of it is useful in the U.S. because of the residue factor...but, it doesn't matter because every bit of it is going straight to China!
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How is this in keeping w/the "Clean Air Act?"
As if burning it in China makes a difference, because we can't see or smell it here?
The last time I checked, Earth has only ONE atmosphere, so polluting the air in China is somehow ok???
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Business Jargon Jingoistic Propaganda, served up with a healthy side of absurdity.

You're welcome. Don't forget to buy the album!
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Embrace who you are and enjoy what you love; just leave room in your life for other people. Embrace and celebrate the differences between you and others; we are not all cut from the same cloth, but we are all joined together in the common fabric of our shared humanity!
Introduction
About Me
Father, Husband, Philozopher, and Teacher.

I work in Information Technology, however my interest in technology is as an enabler of human pursuits and not an end unto itself.

While I have many opinions on a broad range of topics, the opinions that I express are my own and do not reflect the opinions of my employer or anyone else.

Circles I Generally Fit Into
My interests are broad and varied, but generally you will find I fit into circles based on the following interests:
  • Science Fiction/Fantasy
  • Science and Nature
  • Math and Science Education
  • Progressive Politics
  • Software Development
  • Information Technology
  • Electronic Dance Music (EDM)
Education
  • Manchester Community College
    General Studies, 1997
  • Ellington High School
    1992
  • US Army Signal School
    Information Systems, 1994
Work
Occupation
Database and Integration Architect
Skills
IT Architecture, Database Development, Database Administration, Software Development, Project Management, Systems Analysis, Integration
Employment
  • Hewlett-Packard
    Sr. Oracle Application DBA, 2014 - present
  • IBM
    2007 - 2014
  • Connecticut Army National Guard
    1993 - 1999
  • New England Typographic (NETS)
  • PRT Group, Inc
    1996 - 1999
  • Raytel Medical
    1999 - 2000
  • The Hartford
    2000 - 2007
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Gender
Male
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#FreeAJStaff: 200 days in jail for journalism
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I love ikea! Maybe more than I should because all of their stuff is made in China. I still love the cool furniture and home gadgets.
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It's a Starbucks. They're exactly what you expect. Nice outdoor seating.
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A very nice park in the middle of Eastern Galt with Tennis, vollyball, a big baseball field, and playground.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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This is my third time eating here and I really like the food and the flavours! They are really good at setting the seasoning to the right temperature, but tend to run the mild side. If you want spicy like they serve it india, you need to specify "very spicy" because "spicy" alone will not get you there.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
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Food quality is always really good here. It's a bit noisy, but very convenient access to UA Arden movie theatre, which is only steps away.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
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