Tag Archives: regulation

Warning: Wood, apple cores, banana peels not “biodegradable”

There are certain advantages to having a lot of old emails hanging around in your inbox. If something happens and gets corrected soon after, it’s an ignorable “blip” in the grand scheme of things. If there’s no correction, then you … Continue reading

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Looking for the Keys Where the Light’s Good.

There’s this old joke about a guy looking for his keys under a streetlamp: A passerby comes along and offers to help. After several minutes of fruitless looking, the passerby asks where the guy lost his keys. “In that alley” … Continue reading

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Five Theories on the Fitz: Leftoverture

When you’re writing a book that involves a lot of research, there comes a point when you have to tell yourself, “Enough! Write the book already!” The aftermath of this being, even as you’re finishing the final edits, you’re still … Continue reading

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“Strong” Passwords?

When I logged into my email today, as usual I checked my spam folder first, to make sure there wasn’t anything good in it. The only thing in the folder was a notice from WordPress that my “login credentials were … Continue reading

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More evidence the government is ignoring: pasteruization and Alzheimer’s

I came across this little tidbit in one of the political magazines I subscribe to (Newsmax, if you really want to know): “AGEs are naturally present in small amounts in the human body, said senior researcher Dr. Helen Vlassara, of … Continue reading

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