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WATWB

We Are the World Blogfest Okay, I’m a lawyer (don’t hold that against me) and an environmentalist, so this month’s entry for #WATWB is about the New York Attorney General’s office and their lawsuit against Exxon Mobile for fraudulently advising … Continue reading

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WATWB – GI

WATWB – GI (Green Infrastructure) Do not despair our present difficulties, but believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here.  Americans never quit. We never surrender.  We never hide from history.  We make history. … Continue reading

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Oh S#%!

[wine bottle label — assuming that they mean gentlemen and gentlewomen]   Oh S#%! I gave up cursing for Lent.  It’s gotten really bad with me:  that long lead in to the 2016 Presidential elections and then the actual election … Continue reading

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Interview with Dave Levitan

Interview with Dave Levitan        This past Saturday, I had the privilege of moderating a Q&A session with author Dave Levitan at the 15th annual Collingswood Book Festival in Collingswood, New Jersey. Levitan’s book, Not a Scientist, How … Continue reading

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Cool Grey Beats Hot Pavement

We Are The World Blogfest So hey, hi, and hello.  Ready for some positivity?  Then come along to this month’s installment of #WATWB.  The rules are simple: Keep the post to below 500 words.  Link to a human news story that … Continue reading

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We Need Humor — and Goats!

We Need Humor and Goats Earth Day 2017 March for Science #WATWB On Saturday, April 22, 2017, I stood in the rain with about 200 other people in the town square of sleepy little Lancaster  PA to promote science.     … Continue reading

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What Cure the Crisis

[photo taken on Christmas Day in Pennsylvania 2015 when the temperature was about 60 degrees and normally is below freezing.] I met the delightful and inspiring Amaya Shah when I volunteered to man a table at the STEM Sisters Full Steam … Continue reading

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