The Canadian government has released a report that says that airships could be the most efficient way to bring needed goods to remote areas of northern Canada. Plus, the airships can be used for reacting to natural disasters because the airships can carry a lot of tonnage but don’t require complicated infrastructure.
One company, Solar . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Airships Might Help Connect Northern Canada
The Road We’ve Traveled, isn’t just a new video released by the campaign to re-elect President Barack Obama, it’s a display of historic influence.
The United States may have the largest army in the world, it may have the most nuclear weapons, but soldiers and bombs don’t win over hearts and minds. In the . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Road We’ve Traveled
Iran has an elected President. Iran allows for protests against the government. Iran does not have nuclear weapons and is years away from having the capability to build them.Iran has not declared war with any country.
North Korea has a dictator who doesn’t hold elections. North Korea does not allow protests of any kind. . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: North Korea is no Iran
North Sea Oil Drilling by crawfish head
Yesterday, January 6th 2011, the UK Parliamentary committee appointed to look into whether the government should enact a moratorium on deep-water drilling in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico-BP oil disaster, has ruled out the need for a halt to new projects before new regulations can . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: British Ethics: A Dark Comedy
Reports of civil unrest and suicidal protests in Algeria and Tunisia these past two weeks are highlighting the precarious conditions under which many people across the world live: on the verge of starvation, hopelessly unemployed and frequently homeless. For decades these two neighboring nations have been considered relatively stable, if authoritarian African countries; with education . . . → Read More: World Headlines Review: Tunisia and Algeria: North African States of Unrest