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Taxpayer Funded Animal Experimentation
FEBRUARY 29, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN SPECIES
The root of cruel animal experimentation is wasteful government spending.
Approximately $12 billion of taxpayer dollars fund animal experimentation.
In pharmaceuticals, drugs tested as successful in...
#Animal Experimentation #White Coat Waste Movement #Taxpayer Dollars #Organs-on-chips #Animals
Whistling Past Graveyards
Why Douglas Adams Encouraged Galactic Hitchhiking
JULY 24, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
The truth is out there; even if you are at the beach, don't put your head in the sand.
☕️ Aaron Stipkovich
I am not categorically liberal or conservative. Every sensible person or subject deserves equal consideration. Any other approach is the epitome of idiocy.
The Cost of War;
The price of peace and the cycle that never ends
MAY 11, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
$2 million for the life of each American soldier who died in combat in every war since 1775.
Space as Cathedral
Earth's inhabitants still suffer from that oedipal thing
AUGUST 1, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
It's time to reevaluate our collective relationship with the Mothership.
Counting on Votes
You have no direct vote on many issues
MARCH 2, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Your vote will influence the future of the country about 45 percent of the time
NASA spokeswoman on "small parts" with Stipko
AUGUST 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
Peta is a spokeswoman for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States.
The superfoods that fight off hay fever
MAY 3, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN FOOD AND DRINK
Pineapples have bromelain, a natural antihistamine.
A Bag of Hammers
NASA and the Failure to Safeguard Critical Technology
MARCH 27, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
Jiang was one of 192 Chinese citizens employed in some capacity by NASA throughout the nation.
Is this the best thing or the worst thing I've ever done
FEBRUARY 11, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
Once you're on their list you never get off
The man who shot and killed Osama bin Laden sat in a wicker chair in my backyard, wondering how he was going to feed his wife and kids or pay for...
#Osama #Shooter #Terrorist #September 11 #Al Queida
Banking the un-banked
Boom's brains Bill Barhydt: from Nasa, to the CIA, to Boom
AUGUST 19, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN STIPKO LIVE
Mobile banking; much more than checking your balance. Boom is banking the unbanked.
Bill has over 20+ years of experience designing and deploying products for mobile, payments, and social media applications. In 2000 Bill received the...
#Bill Barhydt #Boom Financial #Mobile Banking #Sms
The Space Race
Why We Need to Increase Our Space Exploration Efforts
JULY 9, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
It is not in America's best interest to be left behind in the space dust.
a spot on the sun
The Story of the Transit of Venus Across the Sun
MAY 28, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
Don't miss out on the last chance to see this event in our lifetime
Hacktivists for a Cause
The World of Politically-Minded Hackers
MARCH 20, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
To some hacktivists, "free information" includes private citizens' personal data
College? Chya Right
A Rebuttal to the Social Push For a University Education
MARCH 12, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
"What if every child went to college?" Well yeah, what if?
Why the Republican model can't move this nation forward.
FEBRUARY 29, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
If "corporations are people," they should start acting like them and show some humanity.
Hot or Not?
Recent News in the Global Warming Debate
FEBRUARY 22, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
Pollution leads to dirty air that leads to higher cancer rates and respiratory diseases in humans.
The State of the Election Address, Diane Sawyer, and more...
JANUARY 25, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN THE INDEPENDENT
Will we be saved from the calamity of making our own decisions?
What we forgot about
Walter Cronkite, Gerald Ford, Che, Iran, NASA, and more...
JANUARY 14, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Important people and events should never be forgotten, even if we weren't around to witness them.
Thumbing a Ride into Space
NOVEMBER 22, 2011 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
The Americans, the kings of space, have become the functional equivalent of interplanetary hobos...
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