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Max The Magnificent
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Re: A lot of gloom coming out of that machine
Max The Magnificent   3/24/2014 1:40:07 PM
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@BillWM: You need to post my article I sent you on that

I'm going to -- it's at the top of my list of things to do :-)

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Relative rates
antedeluvian   3/24/2014 1:28:19 PM
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What I found interesting is that the population increase was slow enough to see each birth and death. Marriages and divorces in the US were surprsingly static. Looking at number of cans of beer produced the rate is staggering. Max you need to slow down!

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A lot of gloom coming out of that machine
BillWM   3/24/2014 1:22:06 PM
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Max, There is a lot of gloom comming out of that machine -- Possibly of more interest is how companies like Sun Edison are now able to produce electricity cheaper via solar than natural gas  (25 year contract rate)  You need to post my article I sent you on that

Max The Magnificent
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The Time Traveler
Max The Magnificent   3/24/2014 12:37:07 PM
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Re H.G. Wells' The Time Machine, were you aware that the time traveler's name is never actually given in the book? (It seems as though the narrator wishes to protect his inventor friend's identity).

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