$32.8K gets you only 290 square feet, but for $72,650 you can have 904 square feet.
That would be Joseph Lister.
Yet another possible resolution to the Fermi Paradox.
What if technology were to become so advanced that it no longer sends out waves or particles across space, or even so advanced that it cannot be recognized, or distinguished from the natural world?
Maybe a biased source, Oilprice.com, but interesting.
Comparing the carbon footprint of the electric Tesla Model S P100D saloon and the conventional Mitsubishi Mirage, as researchers at MIT have done, illustrates the dilemma facing regulators. According to their data, a Tesla driven in the U.S. Midwest produces 226g of carbon dioxide per kilometre over its lifecycle, far less than the 385g emitted by the 7-series BMW. Yet the humble, combustion-engine Mirage produces even less CO2, at 192g.
"New Study Undermines Rationale for Investing in Private Equity and CalPERS Strategy in Particular, as Oregon CIO Demonstrates that Public Pension Funds Are Dumb Money"
Yes, I think paying huge fees to invest in private equity is probably a bad idea for public pension funds.
It does seem like this could be straightforwardly replicated in higher education, if there was sufficient will.
Sounds like a heck of a high school science project.
Nice explanation by Donald Boudreaux: "It's easy to say that Americans as a whole would be richer if Americans owned businesses that are currently foreign-owned, but that's based on faulty reasoning."
"In 2018 Illinois will have the nation’s most important, expensive, and strange election."