Category Archives: 2020 Election

Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election, Major Update 1

Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election, Major Update 1 Update:  Sunday, Sept. 22.  I first published this article on July 30 with 38 hints that Trump is cheating on the 2020 election.  Today, less than two months later, … Continue reading

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Did CNN Lay a Trap for VP Joe Biden?

Did CNN Lay a Trap for VP Joe Biden? I thought that it was very unfair for CNN to waylay, sucker punch, blindside, etc. VP Joe Biden with their first question in the Climate Crises Town Hall.  They had the … Continue reading

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Senator Kamala Harris on the CNN Climate Crisis Town Hall

Senator Kamala Harris on the CNN Climate Crisis Town Hall I can’t cover all of the talks, but I should cover California’s Senator and past Attorney General. If she was taking a course from me in energy and environment, I … Continue reading

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Climate Shorts, Hurricane Damage with Velocity, Trump and Pence, and Debates

Climate Shorts, Hurricane Damage with Velocity, Trump and Pence, and Debates Instead of updating previous articles, we just add the updates here. The Press is making much ado about Mike Pence’s hour drive plus flight to spend the night at … Continue reading

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America’s Climate Action Dilemmas

America’s Climate Action Dilemmas About half of Americans are taking climate action on state, city, industry, and individual levels.  Polls show between 2/3 and 3/4 think the US should take such action.  However, we are currently in one of our … Continue reading

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The Present and Future Hazards of Quantum Indeterminacy (and Donald Trump)

The Present and Future Hazards of Quantum Indeterminacy (and Donald Trump, of course). The Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach reminded me of time travel questions.  I’m a very conservative physicist, and think that what is past is past, … Continue reading

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Trump’s National Emergency Fraud

Trump’s National Emergency Fraud First of all, lets get my political views out of the way.  In general, rulers become dictators by invoking emergency powers. Trump now says that he can enforce his Decree by Tweet, that American businesses trading with … Continue reading

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Energy and Cost Problems With Senator Sander’s Green New Deal

Energy and Cost Problems With Senator Sander’s Green New Deal I am only going to comment on the energy aspects of the plan, not the employment and social justice parts, which are separate choices to make. The speedy goal is … Continue reading

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Are Trump’s Tariff Costs Insignificant?

Comments on Peter Navarro’s Arguments That the Tariffs are Insignificant Update:  8/23  Later that day.  Trump, the Casino owner, has seen the Chinese call, and raised it yet again.  By Midnight, we might be at DEFCON 4.  Trump will raise … Continue reading

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Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election

Hints That Trump Might Run a Fixed Election Update:  Sunday, Sept. 22.  I first published this article on July 30 with 38 hints that Trump is cheating on the 2020 election.  Today, less than two months later, I am up … Continue reading

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