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NBC25 reporter/anchor Dan Armstrong (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
NBC25 reporter/anchor Dan Armstrong (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Cooley Law School Associate Professor Brendan Beery talks about the pro's and con's of voter initiated constitutional amendments, Palisades Nuclear Power Plant Spokesman Mark Savage gives a status report on the shut down plant and Dan Armstrong (pictured) talks about leaving NBC25 for a new job at The Mackinac Center Thursday June 21 at 6 p

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Protesters against hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
Protesters against hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" (Photo courtesy of Facebook)
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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

Flint area people doing their part to be active in politics and community are featured on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday June 19 beginning at 6 p.m. LuAnne Kozma (banmichiganfracking.org) talks about efforts to get a ban on hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") in Michigan's constitution, Kenya Vinson (InnerCity Productions, LLC) talks about TV and film projects and Angela Alexander wears her Flint After 5 hat to talk about business networking opportunities

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Tonight On The Tom Sumner Program

A ceremony launching a public and private partnership to expand and improve broadband technology was held at The White House today including the signing of two executive orders by President Obama.  Host Tom Sumner participated in a White House press conference about today's launch and shares excerpts tonight on The Tom Sumner Program beginning at 6 p

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How Greedy Can a Corporation Be?

President Obama is reminding people as he campaigns for re-election what corporations are about (especially those of the private equity variety): maximizing shareholder profits.  There’s nothing wrong with this, it’s just not something someone who wants to be President of the United States ever should have done

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Why Fruit Fly Testes Matter (And Not Just to Lady Fruit Flies)

Science is amazing.  If the search for answers to the question of human aging leads us to fruit fly testes, as it apparently has, then fruit fly testes are getting smeared on a slide and going under the microscope.  I’ll bet funding for this research was approved without so much as a “h

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Robots Who Need Robots are the Luckiest Robots

In response to my claim that people, not machines, have needs  someone recently noted at SciForum.com that machines also have needs.  For example, they need energy to function.  I agree; machines need energy to function

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Singularity and the New $600 Man

Technology advances rapidly, exponentially even.  We rarely bother to ask where all this is headed.  We just know the next time we swap out our cell phone the new one will be better, stronger, faster (Six Million Dollar

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Flouride Won’t Prevent Optical Cavities or Quantum Internet

I am not what is known as an "early adopter."

Within the last 6 months I have, 1) purchased my first "smart phone," a Motorola Droid X2; 2) secured a laptop computer to use instead of my 10 year old desk top, and;

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Never Mind Obamacare, Here Come the Nanobots

Will Obamacare be upheld as Constitutional? How much will it REALLY cost? Will healthcare have to be rationed? As it turns out, these questions are too short-sighted.

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NASA Releases Amazing Hi-Res Photo of Earth [PHOTO]

Photos of the Earth taken from space are nothing new, but you’ve never seen the planet like this before, guaranteed. Dubbed “Blue Marble,” this NASA photo is a staggering 64-megapixels with an 8000 x 8000 resolution.

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