Bogus News Story Of The Day.
“The electoral college is enshrined in the Constitution, but that doesn’t necessarily make it constitutional.”
In The News
The NYT Is Having a Meltdown Over Trump’s Israel Nominee
It’s Official: Clinton’s Popular Vote Win Came Entirely From California
Solar System’s biggest asteroid is an ancient ocean world
Most of Greenland Melted In the Recent Past, Study Finds
World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That’s Cheaper Than Wind I am skeptical that they have the grid issues resolved. But in some poor parts of the world, it should be a good option. Plus most Third world countries are use to having an unreliable grid.
Pharma Execs Arrested in Shockingly Organized Scheme to Overprescribe Notorious Opioid
Not In The News But Should Be
Don’t have anything.
Entertainment of the Day
In my opinion, Michiel de Ruyter is a better Admiral then the better known Nelson. Granted, he often had the advantage of fighting in his home waters. But Ruyter fought the comparatively competent English where as Nelson fought poorly trained and led French. Anyway, somebody decided to make a movie about Ruyter fighting the English and it looks pretty cool to a history nerd like me. If I had to guess, I would say it is centered around the 4 day battle.
A lot of things don’t look right to me. For one thing, I don’t think that the English wore uniforms at this point in their navy’s history but I am sure the movies makers did that to make it easier to tell who is who. But over all, the clips look like someone trying to do justice to sailing age warfare.