It is, but it’s really the result of a series of physical processes happening at the heart of the galaxy, the giant plasma cloud, that’s the only place you can get electricity.
“Here we just use a bit of space-time as a conductor to make a bit of charge and carry it over a short distance. We’ll probably have a lot of power in the coming years from such systems.”
This article appeared in print under the headline “Paleomagnetism”
There is a scene in the recent documentary, A Beautiful Mind, when we learn that in high school, Leonard Bias is not the best student at his high school. That seems obvious now, but at the time he was a genius. One day, just as he finishes his first year of high school and his senior thesis, he comes to a decision that changes his life. If he remains at his high school where other students despise him and his professors consider him less qualified than a typical high school freshman. What is to be done?
In the film, Ira Glass examines the topic of how to educate a generation without the best schools for educating a generation. As someone with an undergraduate degree from the University of Denver and a degree from a more prestigious school from Harvard he understands that one has to teach the students what they need to go to college. The point of this discussion is, how do we do this? The problem is that students today are still learning. And the problem is that in this new era, we have to educate the students to prepare them to be productive members of the workforce in today’s economy. In other words, we have to re-educate the students to prepare them to become educated people.
Our universities are no longer institutions of learning, they are now schools of commerce. We are teaching our children that the value of a college education is the power to provide a job that can justify the expense. The value of a college education is the opportunity to provide a career that will enable the student to meet the needs of an evolving economy. One would hope that there would be room for this conversation in high-quality institutions, but there is only this conversation in what some critics refer to as corporate indoctrination.
So we have to educate our students. Why do we have to do this? We have to do this because that’s what we do in many instances when we go to the marketplace and purchase goods and services. We can’t force these businesses, in their decision making, to
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