Luckie’s Blog
Global crisis will make Impact?
Saturday, July 1, 2006
While watching the film “An Inconvenient Truth” yesterday, an excellent film made by earnestly concerned individuals (go see it), I had a depressing realization. I predict that in today’s political
Why rent when you can buy?
Friday, June 16, 2006
Back in the old days circa the 1970-80s, when you wanted to move your stuff into a new apartment it was considered acceptable to just rent a “U-Haul” truck for the day for $20. It seems that
“News” wasting the world?
Saturday, April 15, 2006
Some unfortunate things in our world are somewhat plain for all to see. The trash littering the edges of roadways, the pieces of glass and plastic scattered on our beaches, and, even at our own
A gasoline scheme
Sunday, April 9, 2006
Wouldn't it be interesting if the gas tax increased 1¢ each week for the next few years and this federal "usage tax" was then only used to pay for roads/bridge infrastructure needs, as well as no-
Sidewalk surfing: Riding the robot
Friday, April 7, 2006
Back in 2004 I was shopping for a car. My wife drove our one car (a Saturn) to work each day and I was getting a little tired of waiting for the bus. Many of the faculty I work with on campus drive
I think I will experiment with a Blog, just for the heck of it. Well mostly because my new software makes it easy to do. Hi, I’m Doug Luckie, a professor who does research on the cell biology of cystic fibrosis and teaches cell biology at MSU. Voila.