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How batteries went from primitive power to global domination

For an energy source that's been around for three decades, the lithium-ion battery is only just hitting its stride. It has worked its way up from primitive cellular phones to cameras and laptops befor... read more

We Are The Empire Of U.S. Military Interventions, Alien Disaster Movies, and Star Wars

It went without ... vis-à-vis the “primitive” natives of far-off lands (even if none of us and few of the filmmakers know it). Like it or not, as the world’s sole superpower, dependent on advanced tec... read more

No the Soviets didn’t Single Handedly Win the Second World War

As conceded even by Russian military historians, the augmentation of Soviet fire-power ... go as far as to take the primary credit for defeating Japan as well. That practically crosses the line into c... read more

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The Second Industrialization of the American South - Will Barnes

"The Second Industrialization of the American South," written by the late Will ... all of which made U.S. capital a global hegemon. At the same time, said dispersal also presupposed U.S. domination of ... read more

Sept. 11 is Orchid Day at Center in the Square

The Blue Ridge Orchid Society presents Orchid Day on Sunday, Sept. 11, at Center in the Square in Roanoke. The event will be held in the atrium from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Visitors can enjoy a table of beauti... read more

Earth May Be a 1-in-700-Quintillion Kind of Place

A new study suggests that there are around 700 quintillion planets in the universe, but only one like Earth. It’s a revelation that’s both beautiful and terrifying at the same time. Astrophysicist Eri... read more

Trump’s Foreign Policy Incoherence

Half-heartedly, Obama went along with the call that “Assad must go,” but Obama still resisted pressure from Secretary of State Clinton and Ambassador Power to commit the ... understanding of the compl... read more

Donnie Johnston: Calls for urgent relief in the bathroom battle

If you had to go, you had to go, so just go and don’t tell me about it. I grew up in a house with no bathroom so I know outhouse protocol from a personal standpoint. As in the days when the Constituti... read more

Gov. Mary Fallin: Looking for a great place to work or raise a family? Check out Green Country

Twenty years ago, they used to call Oklahoma a “fly-over” state. Not anymore. Today, Oklahoma is “fly-to” country. We are a destination for business, with booming aerospace, energy, agriculture and bi... read more

Where Tesla leads, Australia is reluctant to follow

Tesla Motors is about to mass produce batteries that could change the global demand for power, and yet Australia is still pinning its short-term hopes on coal. Where's our long-term plan? Mike Stekete... read more

What’s Coming to Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime in January 2018

A new year means new shows and films to stream on all your favorite services. Netflix will start the new year off right with one of the world’s favorite superheroes, bringing in five Batman films incl... read more

'Mindy Project' on Fox criticized as too white despite Indian-American star, creator

LOS ANGELES — When "The Mindy Project" premiered on Fox in fall 2012, it was widely hailed as a breakthrough in the diversity of mainstream television. Its star, Mindy Kaling, who plays a romantically ... read more

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