In this kick-off to our new series called Biodiversity, we talk about the tree fo life and the very basic division of life into prokaryotes and eukaryotes or, more precisely, into eubacteria, archaebacteria, and eukaryotes.
We need a lot of energy for our daily lives. Keeping up with that demand is currently achieved with fossil fuels instead of renewable energy sources.
In the first episode of the new segment Environment 101, I discuss the very basics of what climate change is and is not. The next time someone tells you climate change can't be real because it's cold outside, you'll be equipped to tell them what's what.
We aren't taught to budget. We aren't taught how to deal with money. We are told the wrong things about debt. And then, we pressure each other into spending and wanting more, more, more. No wonder, so many of us have no clue what we are doing.
There are many myths surrounding money and debt, but trickle-down economics might be one of the most stupid myths that manages to stay alive. In this video, I explain trickle-down economics and talk about how broken the system is.