Monday. Up and at em.
NASA is planning to blow up an asteroid next year. It’s a test of what we would do if one were headed for us. Fingers crossed.
Gas prices and politics have long been connected. Some people think the current administration is responsible for higher prices at the pump. This article implies that as economic activity and optimism rises, so do oil prices. When things look bad they go down. So maybe people just feel good about the economy. It’s actually slightly more complicated than that and there are other factors at play, but at the end of the day it’s just a supply and demand feedback loop.
A longevity bonus for an elected official? It’s kind of the opposite of term limits. “Asinine” is a good way to describe it.
Newly recovered tracking data raises fresh questions about the course of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 as it headed out to sea. It looks like the pilot went into a 20 minute racetrack pattern just off the coast of Sumatra. This doesn’t fit the current theories of what might have happened. Interesting.
And if you need someone eliminated, well, there’s an app for that. Or at least a fake website.