Tag Archives: Dana Goodyear

Feb. 29, 2016 The New Yorker

Feb. 29, 2016 The New Yorker’s Nick Paumgarten wrote “The Scold” about Peter Adeny and the joys of being cheap. Aden said “I’m really just trying to get rich people to stop destroying the planet.”

Jeanne Marie Laskas wrote “Helium Dreams” about the history and return of airships, dirigibles and blimps.

Dana Goodyear wrote “The Stress Test” about competition in stem cell research.

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May 4, 2015 The New Yorker

On May 4, 2015 The New Yorker’s James Surowiecki wrote “Back To Basics” about companies like General Electric are getting out of finance and returning to manufacturing. “Suddenly, the U.S. sees like a reasonably affordable place to make high-end products, like G.E.’s jet engines and gas and wind turbines.”

Dana Goodyear wrote “The Dying Sea” about Southern California’s need for water from the Imperial Valley and the impact it may have on the Salton Sea.

Ryan Lizza wrote “The Virtual Candidate” about US Senator Elizabeth Warren’s affect on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for president.

Malcom Gladwell wrote “The Engineer’s Lament” about determining safety issues in automobiles like the Ford Pinto.

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Aug. 15, 2011 The New Yorker

On Aug. 15, 2011 The New Yorker’s James Surowiecki wrote “The Business Of Austerity” about how the Republican Congress caused the US Government to default. By harming the full faith and credit of the United States they caused the stock market to fall, hurting their friends on Wall Street. Austerity hurts recovery.

Dana Goodyear wrote “Grub” about eating bugs as a source of protein.

Elizabeth Kolbert wrote “Sleeping With The Enemy” about what happened to the Neanderthals. Apparently they were not as artistic or creative as humans.

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