Surprise! Electroshock therapy as currently administered for treating severe depression it is apparently something to applaud. Better still once the FDA allows magnetic pulses to replace electricity. Read “The Shock Doc” in December’s Atlantic, by Dan Hurley.
And in the same issue: lots of hopeful technologies for water recycling and desalinization. Read ‘The End of Thirst,” by Sam Kean.
(Well, I was on an airplane with time to enjoy some back issues of favorite magazines.)
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LONG PULL: There may be nothing exciting about buying for the long pull, but it works.~David L. Babson
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- May 4:
Slouching Toward Authoritarianism
- May 2:
The Man In The Center Of It All
- Apr 30:
Ladies And Gentlemen . . . The President of the United States
- Apr 29:
The Lower Courts, Too . . .
- Apr 28:
Let Them Eat Meat . . .
- Apr 27:
- Apr 26:
Apocalyptic Pessimism — Or A Big Beautiful World?
- Apr 23:
Unpack The Court
- Apr 22:
Happy Earth Day To You; Happy Earth Day To You; Happy EARTH DAY, Dear Readers . . .
- Apr 21:
Perspective From The Deep
- May 4: