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Big Batteries: Elon Musk and Powering South AustraliaBig Batteries: Elon Musk and Powering South Australia by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
15 October 2017
At the end of last month, Tesla boss Elon Musk held a party in South Australia's mid-north. It seemed premature, but Musk was typically confident. Construction on what will be the world's most powerful lithium ion battery was going well. (Add a comment)
Mood IndigoMood Indigo by The Ovi Team
15 October 2017
October 15th 1930; the legendary composer and bandleader Duke Ellington was so famous for his poise and charm that it should be no surprise that he had a pithy story at the ready whenever he was asked about one of his most famous and enduring works, "Moo (Add a comment)
The Caligula Presidency: a Weekly Ovi Column - Week 18The Caligula Presidency: a Weekly Ovi Column - Week 18 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
14 October 2017
The eighteenth installment of a weekly Ovi column dubbed "The Caligula Presidency" This week on the Golden Shower dossier, throwing good towels at Hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, The Apprentice and World War III, Bannon, Corker, obstruction. (Add a comment)
Signals from the Adult Day Care Center: Trump, Tillerson and CorkerSignals from the Adult Day Care Center: Trump, Tillerson and Corker by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
14 October 2017
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson may well be pulling out what tender remains of his hair are left. With the North Korean-Trump spat now personalised to the point of caricature, the Secretary was hoping to soften the ground in hope for a constructive meet (1 comment)
Germany that kills itself and EuropeGermany that kills itself and Europe by Ovi Magazine Guest
14 October 2017
The over-financialization and hyper-deregulations of the global(-ized) markets has brought the low-waged Chinese (peasant converted into a) worker into the spotlight of European considerations. (1 comment)
Pulp FictionPulp Fiction by The Ovi Team
14 October 2017
October 14th 1994; the writer-director Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, a crime drama featuring multiple storylines and a large ensemble cast including John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis and Harvey Keitel, opens in theatres. Mad (Add a comment)
Catalonia: Europe's newest country? Catalonia: Europe's newest country? by Christos Mouzeviris
13 October 2017
It has been a very dramatic weekend in Europe and the Iberian peninsula in particular last week. As the Catalans were voting for their independence, the Spanish government decided to crack down on the voters and peaceful protesters, with violence and forc (1 comment)
Sometimes the answer is....Sometimes the answer is.... by Bohdan Yuri
13 October 2017
It was learned that Mr. Paddock was using a prescribed anti-depressant drug prior to his Las Vegas shooting. Perhaps the motive is as simple as that ... "possible side effects." (Add a comment)
Eureka: The science of workEureka: The science of work by Akli Hadid
13 October 2017
People basically work for three reasons. Either for survival, for solidarity purposes (usually family solidarity) or for altruistic/narcissitic reasons. (1 comment)
Paddington BearPaddington Bear by The Ovi Team
13 October 2017
13th October, 1958; the first of a series of books featuring Paddington Bear is published "A Bear Called Paddington", the first story is about a bear who is found at Paddington railway station in London by the Brown family. The books are written by Mich (Add a comment)
Reykjavik summit Reykjavik summit by The Ovi Team
13 October 2017
October 12th 1986; US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev failed to reach agreement at a disarmament summit in Reykjavik. The two men came close to striking a radical arms reduction deal after a weekend of lengthy negotiations at H (Add a comment)
Foreign Infiltration into the Australian Public ServiceForeign Infiltration into the Australian Public Service by Murray Hunter
12 October 2017
With Australia positioned uniquely in Asia but with its roots in the west, the government's civil service - the Australian Public Service (APS) - seems uniquely vulnerable to foreign infiltration and the government does remarkably little about it. (Add a comment)
The Face of Surveillance: Malcolm Turnbull's Recognition DatabaseThe Face of Surveillance: Malcolm Turnbull's Recognition Database by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
12 October 2017
Never miss an opportunity in the security business. A massacre in Las Vegas has sent its tremors through the establishments, and made its way across the Pacific into the corridors of Canberra and the Prime Minister's office (Add a comment)
Eureka: On South KoreaEureka: On South Korea by Akli Hadid
12 October 2017
There are three types of economies. There is capitalism. Then there is communism. Then there is nationalism. Capitalism is a system where investment is done privately and private owners try to gain positive returns for their investment. (Add a comment)
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