Featured by Jim Flynn on Feb 26, 2014 5181 Views
by Jim Flynn on Nov 20, 2015 577 Views
October 1st ended with a omnious message from the Captain of the El Faro. According to the US Coast Guard, the ship was pummeled by hurricane Joaquin and sank only a day after leaving Jacksonville for Puerto Rico. Thirty-three souls were aboard. One body was recovered from the area of the disaster. The others are missing and presumed dead.
by Jim Flynn on Feb 26, 2016 503 Views
By the time the captain received a message with clear, concise weather information his options were limited. The El Faro had already passed the Hole in the Wall. An opening between the coastal islands marked by the Woods Hole lighthouse. A route often taken by mariners to escape extreme weather. It adds a couple days to the trip..
by Jim Flynn on Oct 15, 2016 1061 Views
Can a policy of worldwide economic development, by extending the Euro-Asian Silk Road to North and South America via a tunnel under the Bearing Strait to Alaska, bring peace and prosperity to the world?
by Jim Flynn on Nov 28, 2016 621 Views
If Mexico can pay for a wall, why shouldn’t China be allowed to pay for a tunnel? There is a rising groundswell of belief among building trades workers that the best way to a secure, prosperous future, is to invest in transportation and energy infrastructure.
by Jim Flynn on Jan 30, 2017 976 Views
The Seattle City Council voted to not Vacate Occidental Ave S. It was a decision that negated the efforts of Seattle’s Chris Hanson to create the Sports Arena. The Arena would have added significantly to Economic Development in the economically comatose area. It would have improved livability and enjoyment for the citizens of Seattle and Washington State.