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  • Chesapeake's Aubrey McClendon Makes A Few Good Points On Natural Gas Fracturing [View article]
    Both the opposition to fracking and the opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline are examples of using putative safety issues because the actual motivation, stopping all exploitation of fossil fuels to save us from anthrogenic climate change, does not work as well as it used to to drive public policy.
    Sep 13 10:18 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Technology on the Horizon: What if Moore’s Law Continues for Another 40 Years? [View article]
    Imagine a world in which every object is "smart," endowed with enough smarts to do its job with minimal attention from its human owner. That's the kind of world another 40 years of Moore's Law might give us.

    In order to be truly useful, however, such objects must be able to sense their environment and act upon it. For communications and entertainment, the path forward is fairly clear.

    For vast new capabilities, new industries, however, much will depend on the development of new sensors and actuators which enable electronic devices to sense and act on their environment. Nanotechnology and biotech offer many possibilities here.
    Oct 7 09:18 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • General Electric's Healthcare Disappointment [View article]
    Efforts by payers to lower healthcare expenditures point to the need for medical products companies to re-orient towards cost-effectiveness. This is not necessarily bearish for med-tech companies
    Apr 14 03:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment