Bend over, it’s time for a new look at Broadband Service. Just hit the highlights if this article, but based on my experience, the FCC did nothing for me as I was bent over by one of the two current wired broadband Internet service providers in my area. Let’s hope our new fearless new leader can do something to stop the raping of consumers in the Broadband internet arena. Americans like to think their broadband uptake and speeds are unrivalled, but we’re only in the 50-60th percentile acrose the globe. How much do we pay? Probably the most. Check out this enlightening article by ARS TECHNICA:
Do these new Electronic Recycling programs seem like a waste of time and energy? We as Americans buy and use and discard more electronic devices than any other country. Our local governments are trying to come up with some kind of solution to this problem that is not only plaguing our country, but the world as a whole. (more…)
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Thought Police: The end of critical debate. With the election behind us, the electorate has descended into the mire of think as I think or you are a wrong. Both sides are guilty of this terrible and devious development. We need to have debate and dialogue among the different ideologies. The discussion is healthy for our Republic. We need each other. (more…)
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Higher pH water is supposed to be good for you. Makers can quote this conculsion from the National Institutes of Health:
Unlike conventional drinking water, pH 8.8 alkaline water instantly denatures pepsin, rendering it permanently inactive. In addition, it has good acid-buffering capacity. Thus, the consumption of alkaline water may have therapeutic benefits for patients with reflux disease.”