April 14, 2021

Solar panels grown on the moon could power the earth

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By Sarah Feecht From Popsci “Global warming is the greatest challenge our species will face in the next 100 years,” says Justin Lewis-Weber. Currently a high school senior in California, Lewis-Weber has just published a paper in the journal New Space with what he thinks could be the solution to the upcoming energy crisis: putting self-replicating solar panels in […]

Trey Ratcliff’s Burning Man Favs 6

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g Trey Ratcliff’s 30 Favorite Photos From Burning Man Part 5 By Trey Ratcliff From Stuck In Customs BULLETIN: I have a few Burning Man pieces going up at an auction soon to raise money for other artists. 100% of the money goes to Burning Man artists (not me, even though I am technically a Burning Man […]

The editor speaks: Life is full of disappointments

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One of my biggest disappointments was the passing of the Charities Bill by the Legislative Assembly. Of course, even though we are a British protectorate, we have to pander to the law hungry US State Department: “Each year, a U.S. State Department Report indicates that lack of nonprofit regulation in the Caymans is a major […]

The Editor Speaks: All is not peace and tranquility at Turtle Farm

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The Cayman Islands Turtle Farm is a red hot potato “The Cayman Turtle Farm is the last sea turtle farm on earth that breeds sea turtles for human consumption. But there is no humane way to farm sea turtles. “The problem “Sea turtles are solitary, migratory creatures, born to swim long distances in clear waters. […]

Editorial From Publisher

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By Joan Wilson “FOR HE HATH FOUNDED IT UPON THE SEAS AND ESTABLISHED IT UPON THE WATERS”. What a beautiful and fitting motto for us to adopt here in our beautiful Cayman Islands. Living in Cayman up to this present moment has meant that God has given me the opportunity to live on a little […]