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Examining the Challenge of Sustainable Long-Distance Travel

Hippy activists may tell you humans are killing the earth— they’re wrong. Earth is fine, and we’re the ones in trouble. The cold, dark universe will remain indifferent to our climate and ecological dilemmas. Here I will explain why we won’t be using rail or electric airplanes, and why hydrogen is a worthwhile alternative to the use of fossil fuels in jets.

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Costs and Consequences of Different Redistribution Schemes

National Universal Basic Income has been touted by rich entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts, as well as one of the underdog candidates for the 2020 presidential election. The proposal has been studied for years, but it has been almost always been represented in one fallible way; $1,000 a month for any working-age adult. There are some potential issues with this system, and this article will discuss them and provide a few solutions.

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Re-examining Andrew Yang’s Signature Policy

Universal Basic Income is becoming increasingly popular, especially among young people, who recently polled majority support for the futuristic program. The concept is decades old, and was first popularized in 1972, when George McGovern, then Democrat-candidate for the presidency publically touted a $1,000 a year basic income.

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