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The Biden Border Crisis continues to top...

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Last month, 251,487 illegal aliens were apprehended at the southern border. This is the highest monthly total on record. But that number is just the tip of the iceberg. According to data from Customs and Border Protection, the number of undocumented immigrant crossings at the southwest border for fiscal year ending September 30, 2022 topped […]

New AI Tools you will Love

Artificial Intelligence

Our world is changing every day, some say faster than we can keep up! And nowhere are the changes happening faster than in the realm of artificial intelligence. With the advent of ChatGPT, new ideas started flowing freely. Here are just a few of the recently added AI-driven applications: – Capture and share insights […]

Investing as a “Dividend Hunter”

Investing as a “Dividend Hunter”

Like many people, my investment approach has changed over time. In my earlier years, I was an aggressive growth investor. But more recently I have found myself shifting more toward income generating investments. I have been investing in dividend stocks for several years, and a few years back I came across a newsletter called “The […]

Adverse Events Reported for Covid-19 Vac...

Adverse Events Reported for Covid-19 Vaccines

A preliminary study reported in the 22 September 2022 issue of ScienceDirect entitled “Serious adverse events of special interest following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination in randomized trials in adults” using publicly available data from Pfizer and Moderna studies, found one serious adverse event for each 800 vaccines. You can review the entire study here: Two […]

ChatGPT – Can we exist without it?

ChatGPT – Can we exist without it?

I was about to write a couple of disclaimers for my websites and suddenly thought, this is a great job for ChatGPT.So I went to to ask for suggestions, but it was down! It seems I am not the only geek out there who is beginning to rely on expert assistance from this exciting […]

Gain-Of-Function Experiments At Boston U...

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A Senate investigation into the origins of COVID-19 released yesterday has concluded that the virus most likely leaked out of a Chinese laboratory. Yes, this is bad, but even worse, similar work is continuing here in the United States! According to Steven Salzberg, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, and Biostatistics at Johns […]

Most Veggie Friendly Cities

Veggie Friendly Cities

Source: WalletHub WalletHub has just published a list of the most Vegetarian and Vegan friendly cities in the U.S. Of the places we most hang out, Orlando was #2, while Atlanta was a bit further down the list at #22. You can see the whole post here…

DuckDuckGo Releases Mac App

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DuckDuckGo has released an app for the Mac and states that a Windows app will follow. Currently it is available only on an invitation basis, but it is expected to be more widely available in the coming months. The app can be downloaded at (CAUTION: The app will automatically download when you open this […]

EV Safety

Vehicle Fire

Have you ever noticed how small airplane crashes always hit the top headlines? Even though it is a well known fact that air travel is actually safer than driving. And in fact, the reason is probably because there are so few. But there is a “splash” factor that always gets the attention of the news, […]

I Bought an Electric Car, and I Love it!

I Bought an Electric Car, and I Love it!

I saw an article today about an unhappy EV experience by Rachel Wolfe of the Wall Street Journal, who recently rented an EV: I Rented an Electric Car for a Four-Day Road Trip. I Spent More Time Charging It Than I Did Sleeping. Rachel stated that she “figured driving the brand-new Kia EV6 I’d rented […]