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One Year Later: An Update On My Solar Investments

One Year Later: An Update On My Solar Investments

In September 2013 I wrote about investing in solar projects with Mosaic Solar based in Oakland, California. I also wrote an update last November. I thought this would be a good time to fill you in on the progress of the loans I made and how things have worked out so far. In a word: fabulously! First […]

NASA Spots Delaware-Sized Methane ‘Hot Spot’ From Space

NASA has confirmed that a methane cloud the size of Delaware is situated over the Four Corners area of the U.S. southwest. Initially, the readings were suspected to be a glitch in the system because the levels were so high, however, NASA scientists have confirmed that the methane hot spot is real. Christian Frankenberg, a research […]

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The Waltons of Walmart: The Stingiest Family On Earth

You know, sometimes when you’re scrolling down your Facebook feed, you come across a meme that just makes you so damned angry you have to do more than just share it. That happened to me today. I saw that meme and clicked on the associated article and I got even angrier when I added up […]

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Macy’s To Open On Thanksgiving Day

So here it is. I’m watching the local news last night and the anchor comes on with a story that we all knew was coming. Macy’s is opening their doors at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Yep, that’s right, Macy’s employees. Forget your day of thankfulness for all the blessings this country has bestowed upon you. […]

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A Surprising Champion For Solar Energy (Video)

If you haven’t had a chance to catch the series about coal and the march towards clean, sustainable energy this week, I suggest you head on over to All In With Chris Hayes and take a look. Last night the following segment was aired and it was a breath of fresh air in a sometimes contentious […]

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