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“Global Warming ate my homework: In Defense of Legitimate Skepticism About Climate Change.” Mickey Glantz. June 30, 2010

“Global Warming ate my homework: In Defense of Legitimate Skepticism About Climate Change.” Mickey Glantz. June 30, 2010

June 30, 2010 | 2 Comments

Poor “global warming.” It seems it is getting blamed for everything under the sun! It is blamed for droughts, floods, forest and bush fires, heat waves, disease outbreaks and the spreading of desert-like conditions. It…

“’Robocopping’ the Planet: Geo-engineering the Planet’s Climate system,”  Mickey Glantz  1 June 2010

“’Robocopping’ the Planet: Geo-engineering the Planet’s Climate system,” Mickey Glantz 1 June 2010

June 01, 2010 | 4 Comments

Mickey Glantz, 1 June 2010 Almost twenty-five years ago, the Hollywood movie Robocop appeared on the silver screen. The plot summary was quite simple, according to IMDB: “In a dystopic** and crime ridden Detroit, a…

“On Retiring the Concept of Retirement.” Mickey Glantz. written in Tokyo, in Starbucks while on travel (May 18, 2010)

“On Retiring the Concept of Retirement.” Mickey Glantz. written in Tokyo, in Starbucks while on travel (May 18, 2010)

May 28, 2010 | 3 Comments

The term retirement, despite its definition is apparently reserved for the aged not the young because the young are, expected to go on to another job. But then what is the definition of work or…

“Who’s in control of our attention span”? Mickey Glantz. May 28, 2010

“Who’s in control of our attention span”? Mickey Glantz. May 28, 2010

May 28, 2010 | No Comments

Who’s in control of our attention span? Mickey Glantz May 28, 2010 Back in the early 1960s my Political Theory professor mentioned that a study then showed that the attention span to any particular issue…

“Is ‘the enemy of my enemy Really my friend?’ Diplomats, corporate leaders, among others, don’t believe everything you think.”

“Is ‘the enemy of my enemy Really my friend?’ Diplomats, corporate leaders, among others, don’t believe everything you think.”

April 08, 2010 | 2 Comments

Mickey Glantz. April 8, 2010. Written in Mexico City. The phrase “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” has always captured my attention for some unknown psychological reason. It has been used in military…