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Architect Frank Gehry’s Stata Center (2004) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Ugly? Yes. But shoddy, too! Internet pioneer Tim Berners-Lee and Jewish Leftist Noam Chomsky have offices there. The complex is named after MIT alumnus Raymond Stata (Analog Devices, Inc.), a Pennsylvania…
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WERNHER MAGNUS MAXIMILIAN FREIHERR VON BRAUN was the greatest scientific genius of the 20th Century. Yet he is arguably the most unacknowledged and undervalued of them all. The reasons for that, as even a cursory search reveals, are disingenuous if not rancorous, and are perpetrated at the behest…
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by David Sims THERE ARE ABOUT 98,000 bachelor’s degrees in engineering given annually in the United States, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. As an article in the journal Black Enterprise, 3,500 (3.57%) of them are given to Blacks, who comprise 12.5% of the US population.…
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