July 16, 2018 by Catherine Wolfram
According to some energy aficionados, natural gas is the “blue bridge to the green future.” Combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plants are highly efficient and emit about half the carbon dioxide per unit of electricity as coal plants, plus natural gas prices have fallen dramatically recently. ... Read More
July 9, 2018 by Meredith Fowlie
I am not a follower of major league baseball. I can’t tell you who’s up this season. I don’t know an ERA from an RBI. But this new paper, which takes a deep dive into baseball “sabermetrics”, has piqued my interest in the sport. ... Read More
July 2, 2018 by Severin Borenstein
You would think most states have more pressing issues to confront these days, but legislation on the measurement of time is one of the perennial favorites in our nation’s legislatures. ... Read More
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