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(1-7-02) Dazzling eruption from the Sun
In the defense of an open society
Personal posts and visual expressions relating to September events.
Electron (charge -1) - electricity, chemical reactions
Electron Neutrino (charge 0) - rarely interacts with other matter
Muon - a heavier relative of the electron
Muon Neutrino - created when some particles decay
Tau - heavier still
The twelve fundamental particles of the Universe: (to date:)
Up (u) (charge +2/3e) - protons have 2 Up Quarks, 1 Neutron
Down (d) (charge -1/3e) - protons have 1 Down Quark, 2 neutrons
Charm (c) - a heavier relative of Up Quark
Strange (s) - a heavier relative of Down Quark
Top (t) - heavier still
Bottom (b) - heavier still
What about dark matter?
> Is your soul an in'y or an out'y?
Space filler names wanted.
> The Quark Machine [read]
> Dark Matter [read]
That oily feeling
> UPDATE November 10, 2001: Couldn't happen to a... [problems]
Ralph Nader likes to say that George W. Bush is " a wholly owned subsidiary of the oil industry." And with Bush's pick of fellow oil man Dick Cheney as his running mate, Nader's comment seems right on target as to how this Global Frontier should be explored and then developed. Source: The Progressive
> More "OIL and BUSH" [read] Source: Lycos Search
From the gas prices at the pump this late spring to the crisis in California. A lot of people are getting screwed and some are get rich. Who cares?
Who, what, when - Enron? U.S. News & World Reports gives us a look at the tip of the iceberg in a June 18, 2001 story, A hand in everything.
Eye openers from story:
> Enron Chairman Lay was one of the 212, "pioneers" who raised more than $100,000 for Bush.
> Lay was the only corporate executive whom Vice President Cheney said he met with one on one to discuss formulation of the administration's national energy policy.
Other Enron background links:
> Enron's biggest assets are on paper (6/18/01) [read] Source: U.S. News Online
> Why companies pay for next year's weather forecast (4/13/98) [read] Source: U.S. News Online
> Bush talks tough on global warming (3/19/01) [read] Source: U.S. News Online
> California loses its glow amid rolling power blackouts (1/29/01) [read] Source: U.S. News Online
> It has been too quiet in Washington since Bill Clinton left. No scandals. No hearings. No investigations. But that may soon change. "...But Karl Rove, Bush's chief political adviser has the most to explain. Like O'Neill, he waited months before selling his extensive stock holdings in many companies, including Intel, Pfizer and Enron, on June 7...." (6/20/01) [read] Source: Tribune Media Services
Keyword search on "ENRON":
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> CNN.com [read]