really incredible slide show on NASA’s Mars Exploration website here - be sure to watch in full screen – hundreds of pics
here is some of his work and his mobile home – you can purchase his book here
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JUNE 18, 2013 | BY LINDSEY LAWRENCE
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NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook
A judge strikes down New York’s ban on big sugary drinks. What do we do about American obesity?
In this July 9, 2012 file photo, protester Eric Moore sips on an extra-large beverage during a protest against Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposal to prohibit licensed food establishments from using containers larger than 16 ounces to serve high-calorie drinks at City Hall in New York. (AP)
Starting today, big sugary drinks in New York City were supposed to be history. Banned in restaurants across the Big Apple. New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s way of saying, “lighten up, New York.” Lose some weight. Don’t be obese.
But yesterday, on the eve of the ban, a top New York state judge said no. No ban. Not this one anyway. He called Bloomberg’s scheduled ban “arbitrary and capricious” and over-reaching. Ok. So what do we do about this country’s exploding obesity problem?
This hour, On Point: no to a ban, yes to what, on American obesity?
audio recording here
Introducing Project Loon