Is KRUSTY the future for nuclear engineers?

Nuclear power is not doing well. The cheap fracking of natural gas and oil, while it is putting a crimp on our enemies, is also hurting the nuclear industry. Already racked with the high cost of regulation (we're talking millions per plant), no compensation for carbon emission and a lack of public understanding about what … Continue reading Is KRUSTY the future for nuclear engineers?

Neil Armstrong dead

The Doctor: ...the human race will spread out among the stars-you just watch them fly. Billions and billions of them, for billions and billions of years. And every single one of them at some point in their lives will look back at this man taking that very first step and they will never ever forget … Continue reading Neil Armstrong dead

One more thought about Charles Bolden

I think it should be emphasized that this Islamic esteem nonsense wasn't the policy of Charles Bolden, the former Astronaut, this was the policy of President Barack Obama, the former community organizer. As the head of NASA he didn't make the policy of the president he is instructed to follow it. And it took Robert … Continue reading One more thought about Charles Bolden

A must read letter to the Washington Post

If you want to understand the death of the MSM this letter from Peter Kenny and Glenn Dale really says it all: I am grateful to Charles Krauthammer, as I'm sure many other readers are, for his July 9 op-ed column, "The selective modesty of Barack Obama," because he mentioned a story that The Post, … Continue reading A must read letter to the Washington Post

Where have we (not) heard this story before:

You know if's really nice of the MSM to try to save work for Byron York: From a Nexis search a few moments ago: Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program in the New York Times: 0. Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program in the Washington Post: 0. Total words about the … Continue reading Where have we (not) heard this story before: