Has National Geographic Sullied Its Reputation?

Prior to forty or so years ago, the National Geographic magazine was a respected publication. As a student, I used to refer to the National Geographic for accurate information on historic events, people and geography. Today, it is becoming just Continue reading Has National Geographic Sullied Its Reputation?

Hurricanes and Service

A recent Wall Street Journal op-ed by Mr. Devaney about his father and the dedication of electric utility linemen, reminded me of the esprit de corps at the GE Service businesses where I spent many years. The men and women Continue reading Hurricanes and Service

Rio+20 Alert

The UN’s Rio+20 meeting will take place in June of this year, and already the propaganda machine is at work. The UN’s High-level Panel on Global Sustainability, has just issued its report on sustainability. A single line in the report Continue reading Rio+20 Alert

Hurricane Reality Check

In recent years, especially after the movie, An Inconvenient Truth, it has been popular to predict that upcoming hurricane seasons would produce more and bigger storms. With all this hoopla, it’s worth taking a look at the facts. This year’s Continue reading Hurricane Reality Check

Hurricane Reality Check

In recent years, especially after the movie, An Inconvenient Truth, it has been popular to predict that upcoming hurricane seasons would produce more and bigger storms. With all this hoopla, it’s worth taking a look at the facts. This year’s Continue reading Hurricane Reality Check