HR 230 Co-Sponsors Received 3 Times as Much in Political Contributions From the Telecom Industry Than Non-Sponsors

I typically don’t delve into the political arena so I will keep this one short and sweet. HR 230 passed the House of Representatives yesterday by a fairly comfortable margin. For the most part, nothing has really changed when it comes to selling data. Everything is still completely anonymous (advertisers can’t see that Bob Smith was watching prank videos on

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Coal Usage in Power Plants Has Fallen by 21% Since 2014, While Wind and Solar Power Have Grown 24% During the Same Timespan in the U.S.

Coal Power has been on a steady decline in American power plants since the mid-2000s but over the past couple of years, coal usage has absolutely fallen off of a cliff. In the past two years alone, it’s down about 21%. As we can see below, coal still holds a lion’s share of America’s electricity production capacity, but the amount

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Within 20 Years Automation May Take the Place of About $5.1 Trillion/year in Labor With More Than 98% of Savings Going to Those Who Are Already Multi-Millionaires

Automation is happening in both industrial and commercial settings across the globe. In the United States, the increase in automation over manual labor is on pace to take close to 35% of jobs in the next couple of decades. The total amount of money being replaced by both robotic workers, and the decreased need for employees in all employment sectors,

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