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Good News [Nov. 24th, 2016|07:36 am]
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A weapon against gerrymandering has been found! Courts may use the 'efficiency gap" to measure just how biased a redistricting plan is. Hallelujah!

The very problematic Duke Power is actually experimenting with some solar energy solutions,
demonstrating both environmental sensitivity and cost effectiveness can work together.

And, from Harvard Divinity School, Casting out fear.

Finally, i pulled out the instruction manual for the oven, learned that the oven can actually be divided in two, and realized the divider had been incorrectly placed in the warming drawer (making the warming drawer far too shallow to be useful). (So glad i found the divider, because i suspect a replacement part would have been a bit pricy.) I pried the divider out successfully: now witness the firepower of this fully ARMED and OPERATIONAL stove! And a warming drawer! No figuring out how to juggle broiling tomatoes AND cooking the casserole!

This is also posted at http://elainegrey.dreamwidth.org/629474.html .

[User Picture]From: randomdreams
2016-11-24 04:45 pm (UTC)
twoeleven would find this interesting. He's been actively campaigning for mathematically defined districts (I think using some sort of system that defines midpoints between population centers) and knows more about solar power deployment than anyone else on LJ.

Edited at 2016-11-24 04:46 pm (UTC)
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