Some of you may be aware that Christopher is a strict vegetarian. But he wasn't always such. In fact, he remembers In-N-Out being his favorite purveyor of hamburgers back in his more carnivorous days. But that was then and this is now, and it turns out his current dietary habits are more favorable to our planet's well-being than are mine. Way more, really.
Last Friday we discussed the difference between factual data (we called this “WHAT IS”) and “everything else” (which we called “static”) or the entire sum of all interpretations, extrapolations, and forecasts that inevitably follow the publishing of every data point. And we promised to provide an example of the latter, so here goes.
As Britain negotiates its exit from prior trading contracts as a member of the European Union, it has begun to forge new economic relations and reinforce others. On September 20, 2017, the island nation held a signing ceremony at the U.S. Department of State marking an $88 million commitment to participate in a particle physics experiment.
We’ve all come across an individual who is good at everything. You know, that friend who speaks several languages or excels at games of logic. How about those folks who pick up musical instruments for the first time and instantly play a generational favorite? Perhaps this describes you. One thing is for sure, it does not describe me. These unique individuals
Location is critical for many trading partnerships. For instance, last year America’s number two and three trading relationships were with the world’s 10th and 15th largest economies: Canada and Mexico. These two nations trade with the U.S in large part because of proximity. However, with increased globalization, other key relationships develo
With Harvey remaining relatively stationary along the Gulf Coast, one cannot help but be simultaneously mortified by the destruction and in awe of the energy necessary to create this meteorological phenomenon. Weather science is not Atlas’ forte, but gosh it’s interesting. It is a discipline chocked full of data which can be analyzed and morphed into information, informa
America is months away from one of my favorite times of the year, Girl Scout cookie season. Each year I buy Thin Mints. When sitting down to enjoy them, I finish them quickly, often not realizing how many have disappeared until the box is nearly gone. While I don’t own a green sash, I probably deserve a badge for the number of boxes of Thin Mints I’ve devoured in m