Danny Dragonbreath and his best friend Wendell thought the hot dog from the school cafeteria looked a little . . . off. Then things got weird when the hot dog bit Wendell, and weirder still when Wendell started to sprout back hair. Could Wendell be morphing into a . . . (cue ominous music) were-wiener? All evidence points to yes. And unless he and Danny can get past the lunch ladies and slay the alpha-wurst, the whole school could be infected.
An expert at Stanford University says that it is ENTIRELY possible that the world's energy system's sees a radical shift from fossil fuels to solar (unless the governments themselves protect the fossil fuels through subsidies). The reason is economics, which we hear so much these days. Since 2000, oil industry's investments have increased 180%, but production increased just 14%. Oppositely, "clean disruption" is about increasing returns and decreasing costs.
Beautiful oil painting by James Dudley Slay, III. Titled Portugese Point, Palos Verdes, California. Slay is a master of California impressionist painting. He studied at the New England School of Art and Design in Boston, the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Slay studied with the Russian master Sergei Bongart.