Why There’s No Revolution Around the Corner

In the early 1980s, one of my professors was Fred H. Knelman. Born in 1919 in Winnipeg, he went on to study chemical engineering and earned a doctorate from London University. He was in England's capital at the time of the infamous thermal inversion, the Great Smog, which in a weekend killed over 4000 people, sickened almost 100... Continue Reading →


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