Editorial

Why New Ideas are Not Easily Found

Even the idea that new ideas exist, is not a new idea. Innovation is the introduction of new things or methods. To be fair, I think you have to break those down further to truly understand if something is new. Take the wheel for example. The wheel itself was a good invention, by many...

Oil is a Dirty Word

There are lots of dirty words these days and oil is amongst them. I would even go as far as saying that if someone dropped a F-bomb, it would be seem to most as less dirty than the word oil. But people still use the f-word and frankly people still use oil and neither...

How Climate Change Can Help With Climate Change

Are you retro-fitting the solution, or are you rethinking the problem? Whatever your position is on climate change, there is no denying that change is always happening. But, is climate change really the problem or the solution. I want to challenge you to think different about your approach when looking at problems. I am not...

Are We Getting What We Need?

I had a really weird experience the other day. I was running some errands and had no plan to get out of the car, when I remembered I needed to run by the bank and of course, I forgot my face mask. I quickly looked around my car and found an old bandana. I...

Social Distancing

The term, social distancing, is something you hear quite often these days. What ever your thoughts or opinions of this may be, there is simply no denying the impact that these two words have on our lives. Some would even say that these two words are oxymorons; and you would have a hard time...

I Went to Mars Today!

Going to Mars is something I would probably never do, however, adding my name to the universe history books was a no brainer for me. Here are some thoughts I have about the mission and what we can learn from the campaign. A placard commemorating NASA's "Send Your Name to Mars" campaign was installed on...