Ever ask Google for directions to America? Then you know that the search giant considers a small Kansas town on the border of Oklahoma to be the heart of the United States.
The election is next week, and some of us will be voting on machines that may or may not properly register our selections.
Between 1940 and 1941, the US Army purchased 17,323 acres of land just outside of St. Louis, MO. On those acres happened to sit three towns, Hamburg, Howell, and Toonerville, all of which were evacuated over the course of a year. 700 people. The area...
Renewable energy is the future, sure—but how much of the future could it possibly be? And how soon will that future, the one lined with towering wind turbines and studded with silicon solar arrays, arrive?