Category Archives: Mathematics

John Kerry

He’s back, in all of his tone-deaf glory.

Forget the fact that to first order, there are no solar-panel manufacturers here. Has anyone done an economic analysis of shifting from a high-density energy source to a low one? Kerry et al say that solar-panel production is the one in which jobs are growing fastest, but that’s meaningless outside the context of how many there are, or how low labor productivity they are in energy production, compared to gas and oil. It’s easy to grow something that is minuscule fast, but that doesn’t solve the problems of all the people Biden just threw out of work.

The Election

Well, as we feared, it’s looking like another 2000. But despite Fox’s calling it for Biden, Arizona appears to be still in play. It’s unclear what this means for the Senate race there with the gun-grabbing astronaut. And with the Republicans keeping the Senate, Biden is screwed, regardless, and Schumer’s dreams (and our nightmares) of court and Senate packing are dead.

[Thursday-morning update]

Massive voter fraud in Wisconsin?

[Update a few minutes later]

Yes, the Democrats are trying to steal the election in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

[Update Friday morning]

Milwaukee officials have some explaining to do.

The likely large-scale fraud of 2020 calls way too much attention to itself. If the data I am looking at are correct, there are people on the hard left who may want to get caught. For them, a Biden win overturned by the Supreme Court would offer a whole lot more opportunity for mayhem than they could hope to find with a faltering old liberal as president.

Sadly, he may be right.

[Noon update]

Larry Correia is…upset. To say the least.

[Sunday-morning update]

Some good news may be coming.


[Update late afternoon]

[Monday-morning update]

Some…interesting…data analysis. I’m adding “Mathematics” to the categories of this post.

[Bumped again]