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Becoming a father was something I didn't expect to happen. I mean, my wife and I wanted to have kids, but as the years went by, we assumed that the stars weren't aligned for us. Now that Luke is seven months old, I've noticed a lot of changes that came with our bundle of joy.

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Capitalism is hurting the coal industry more than any policy or regulation possibly could. Natural gas is cheaper and safer to produce. Renewable energy solutions have become so inexpensive that their growth has disrupted the power industry worldwide.

Roughly 66% of new energy production worldwid...

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Apple announced a new line of phones yesterday in the inaugural press event from the new Steve Jobs theater at Apple's new headquarters. Unfortunately, the announcement was underwhelming and riddled with awkward design and hiccups.

Apple's keynote was just under two hours long, and in that time we...

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What legacy will you leave when you're gone? Will what you have done matter in 100 years? These are questions that I've been asking myself a lot recently.

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As the years tick away, I'm finding myself in a situation where my fandom for the Star Wars universe is growing stronger. A franchise which has captured the imagination of young people for generations has tightened its grip on mine into my mid-30s.

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I love Star Trek. Not just the original series featuring the uniquely novel acting of one William Shatner, but the television series out of the '80s, '90s, and early '00s. The old movies and new alike. Everything Star Trek has a fan in me.

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