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September 9, 2020 New York State New York Governor Cuomo has stated that he may have to raise taxes in New York City and state. Presently, New York State and City has the highest average tax rate in the United States with an estimated 12.9% income tax. Some say that Gov Cuomo was hoping that the state would be bailed out by the U.S. President Trump administration, but that seems very unlikely. Further, some are hoping that if democratic presidential rival Joe Bidden was to win, that his administration might bail out the state. Presently for fiscal year 2020-2021, it is estimated that the budget shortfall is 8 billion dollars. If taxes are increased, there is concern that the most productive and wealthiest New Yorkers may leave New York State to lesser taxed states. Further, with an estimated 40% of office workers, working remotely, the need to stay in New York State has greatly diminished. There is concern that with higher income taxes, possible congestion pricing, ever more regulations, that New York State and in particular, New York City, may be on the road to "Detroitification" of the city.

September 9, 2020 New York City New York Governor Cuomo has directed the MTA to fine anyone not wearing a mask on public transportation subways and busses to receive a $50 fine. In April, Gov Cuomo had issued an order for all to wear a mask on public transportation. Presently the public transportation compliance rate is about 90 percent. The CDC has stated that there is not any proof that masks are effective.

September 8, 2020 New York City New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered that starting September 30, restaurants may have have indoor seating up to 25% capacity. Starting November 1, restaurants may seat up to 50% capacity. New York City is the last major city to allow indoor dining.

September 7, 2020 New York City Crime of all types has shot up when compared to previous years at the same time. It is estimated that crime is up 60%, with some types of crime up over 100%.

September 6, 2020 New York City Protests and property destruction continued around the city, with a number of arrests. There is fear that if this keeps up, New York City will decline inviability and livability.

September 4, 2020 New York City Congestion pricing, the system of charging cars and trucks that enter Manhattan, south of 60th street, that was supposed to have gone into effect on January 1, 2021. It was believed that the cost would be $14 for cars and $25 or more for trucks. Needless to say this would significantly effect commerce and retail sales and may actually help surrounding counties gain more sales. It is now believed that congestion pricing if introduced, will not be till well after 2022. The Federal Highway Administration, which funds some of the key roads, has not agreed to this system and if and when they ever to agree to this, it would take over a year to incorporate the billing and tracking technology. Congestion pricing is extremely unpopular with businesses, real estate companies, delivery companies, drivers, commuters and many more individuals.

September 2, 2020 Today is the 75th anniversary of the official end of World War 2 for the United States, with the signing of the surrender documents in Tokyo bay. A cease fire was declared on August 16, 1945. My father arrived in Tokyo from San Francisco on September 5th, 1945. Today people hardly remember all of this and the dates will likely be fortotten in a few years. Who remmebers the date of the end of the Civil War, or for that matter, the date of the end of the Revolutionary War? History books are indeed a catalog of the follies of mankind.


August 30, 2020 The Verrazano Bridge as seen at sunset from Coney Island Creek park.

Fishermen at sunset in Coney Island Creek.


Coney Island Creek part is very interesting and diverse indeed.



August 31, 2020 Gasoline prices have suddenly jumped up by about 5 cents per gallon (3.78 liters) in just one week in New York City. One October 1st, New Jersey plans to add an extra tax of about 9 cents per gallon, making NJ gasoline more expensive than in New York City, for the fist time ever.


Homelessness is suddenly our of control in New York City


September 30, 2020. This man set up house across the street from Madison Square Garden and has been here for over a week.


For years, the homeless were off the streets. Where did they suddenly come from?


August 30. 2020 People enjoying the last days of summer in Brighten Beach, Brooklyn. The area is often referred to as "Little Odessa".


People enjoying the warm weather at Brighten Beach, Brooklyn.

Street performers performing traditional Russian music and dance on the boardwalk at Brighten Beach.

They are back. After a hiatus of several weeks after three accident deaths, Revel electric motorcycles are back on the streets. Riders now have to complete a simple written riding test on-line.

According to the CDC, masks are hardly effective. Wearing a mask to prevent the spread of a virus is like using a chain-link fence in the window to prevent mosquitoes from entering.

Do masks actually work? The filter size of the mask is vastly larger than the average virus size and so its effectiveness is minimal at best. Some say the mask catches moisture when one speaks, but this has more or less been disproven. Since June, 2020, the CDC has recommended that states cease requiring masks, however several state governors refuse to accept the science and continue to insist on masks.

August 30, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data showing that the number of deaths caused by Covid-19/Corona Virus alone was greatly exaggerated. It has now been determined that greater than 94% of the deaths previously attributed to Covid-19 were actually accompanied by one or more critical illnesses, such as cancer and that at most, 6% of the deaths were by Covid with no other critical ailment known. Thus it is now believed that less then 10,000 people have died countrywide from Covid-19 without any other known critical illness. This means that approximately one person in 35,000 has died with Covid-19 alone. For comparison, one person in 8,000 die yearly in automobile related deaths.

August 26, 2020 NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio declared that indoor restaurant dinning may be permitted in 2021. This has the restaurant and bar industry up in arms since winter is coming and outdoor dinning will not be possible. The entire restaurant and entertainment industry is in a very difficult position as a result of the Corona/Covid19 virus hysteria.

August 26, 2020 is the 100 anniversary of the introduction of the then controversial 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. At the time, many people felt that the Amendment, giving women the right to vote, among other things, would be detrimental to the family structure since prior to the amendment, vote was considered a family vote, rather than an individual vote. People thought at the time that this would lead to a reduction in the importance of the family and an increase in the number of divorces, which was rare at the time.

August 25, 2020 Governor Andrew Cuomo has complained to NYC Mayor DeBlasio to crack down on indoor weddings and large social gatherings, under the assumption that the seemingly rare Corona/Covid19 virus can be spread by such social gatherings.


August 9, 2020 High winds knocked trees down across the city and left thousands without power.


Sunnyside, Queens free books and swap meet has been a daily event during the Corona "pandemic" on 39 Street.


August 10, 2020 Rockaway in Queens offers amazing beaches, perhaps nicer than what one may find in Hawaii as well as unusual architecture and interesting restaurants and beer halls. A great place to go to by the $3 NYC ferry from Manhattan, or any of the boroughs.

August 15, 2020 A lone bather at Miller Field in Staten Island which, like the Rockaways, offers beautiful beaches.


August 26, 2020. NYPD Builder Blocks community outreach in Chinatown, at the entrance of the Manhattan Bridge.


Today, August 6, 2020 (August 7 Japan time), is the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. A convoy of 6 B29 planes attacked the city and dropped various instruments and the bomb itself.


Today, Horoshima is a dynamic, modern city of approximately 2 million people and is the headquarters of a number of known Japanese companies including Mazda.

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In 1945, it is estimated that Hiroshima had about 350,000 inhabitants. The actual number of deaths as a result of the Atomic bombing and the intense multi-day fire storm has never been determined though initially, it was thought that between 8,000 and 35,000 died, however today the number is believed to be about 125,000, including subsequent cancer related deaths.


The photographs shown on this site of Hiroshima were shot by Frank X. Didik in June, 2002.

Many questions remain regarding the events of August 6, 1945. Every year the Mayor of Hiroshima sends a letter to the sitting U.S. president and asks the details of what was actually dropped. As terrible as it was, one has to ask, if Imperial Japan had the bomb, would they have used it?


The Hiroshima Trade center, built in the 1920's, was the focal point of the bomb which exploded 500 meter above. Most stone structures were left standing however the resulting firestorm destroyed the portion of the city that was within the fire blocks, similar to the Dresden, Hamburg, Hanover, and Tokyo firestorms.

August 3, 2020 Houston Street, New York, NY. A powerful storm went through the city, causing up to 150,000 people to lose electricity in NYC and an additional 130,000 to lose power in nearby New Jersey.


Aug 3, 2020, Soho NYC The Corona virus/Covid 19 fears has prompted New York City to allow outdoor seating for restaurants and bars. This is reminiscent of how New York City was in the 1950's and early 1960's with outdoor cafe's, particularly in the Upper East Side. However, as nice as they are, they are completely useless in the winter and in rain storms as shown above in Soho.


Bars and restaurants with roof gardens are doing better than their non roof garden counterparts. Still such issues as the cold, or rain remain. This roof garden in in Greenpoint Brooklyn.


Many stores are still closed throughout New York City and there is fear that they will never reopen. Further, many stores have not paid rent since March 22, when "non-essential" businesses were ordered closed by governor Coumo decree. There is also fear that since landlords may be in jeopardy since real estate taxes have not been suspended and the landlords are not able to collect rent.


July 20, 2020, Astoria, Queens, NYC. Many "inspirational" signs have emerged through out the city as a result of the virus scare.

August 8, 2020 President Donald J. Trump signs an executive order extending Corona virus relief in the amount of $400 per week for the unemployed, of which $300 is to be paid by the Federal Government and $100 by the local states. Democratic controlled states object to

this since those states, which tend to have very high debt, were hoping to get Federal payments to reduce their outstanding debt. Other elements of the executive orders include delayed payroll taxes, though President Trump has stated that he plans to forgive these taxes.

August 2, 2020. President Donald J. Trump said that increased Corona virus /Covid 19 cases is not the result of the spreading of the disease, but rather because of greater testing.

July 25, 2020 New York, NY Violent "protesters" vandalized police vans on Ludlow Street and Rivington Street. The mob then marched on to Confucius Square in Chinatown. All this was allegedly to show "solidarity" with with the violent radicals in Portland Oregon.

Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York, NY


July 20, 2020. Bohemian Ale Hall in Astoria Queens. Shockingly, the NY State Liqueur Authority closed this historic, Czechoslovakian meeting place, so popular among the people, allegedly for violating governor Cuomo's proclamation of social distancing. When this journalist was there, he did not notice anything that would seem to be a violation.


July 20, 2020 Astoria Queens Traditionally Manhattan has been the center of social activity. These days however, it would seem that Astoria has gained that reputation, with many out door restaurants with room to social distance.


July 24, 2020 Washington Square Park. Another protest. This time for "Black Trans Lives Matter". Surprisingly, most of the protesters were white.


Gradually restaurants and bars are being allowed to open. Many say that it would be better if all businesses were allowed to open at the same time.


Fencers Ysaona Thibus from Guadeloupe and Race Imboden enjoying a sunny afternoon in Soho. Mr. Imboden won a bronze medal in the 2016 Olympics for the USA.

Sadly, many people struggle to survive in New York City. This person collects empty cans and bottles which have a 5 cent deposit, that is returned upon presentation.

Friday, July 17, 2020. Thousands of bicyclists rode over the Manhattan Bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan, chanting "Black Lives Matter", in a musical tone. Surprisingly, the vast majority of the riders were white and very few blacks were observed.

Sunday, July 19, 2020. Children playing in Washington Square Park fountain, cooling down in 95F/35C weather.

July 8, 2020 --- The sidewalk in front of NYC City Hall Park, right next to City Hall and other government buildings, has become a camping ground for "protesters".


The "protesters" have reduced the quality of life for the vast majority of citizens. NYC City Hall can be seen through the trees, a few feet behind.


The entire sidewalk is covered with vulgar, anti society slogans, by multiple groups. They seem to only have a vague idea of what they actually want.


The socialist, anti-police group was permitted to paint their logo on the main street in front of the federal building, the state and federal court and the municipal building.


Even hourly rental motorcycles run the risk of being towed if parked in the wrong spot by the renter. A very expensive lessen indeed.

Many stores are still boarded up out of fear of further looting or vandalism.


"Welcome to Brooklyn, where New York Begins". Many years ago, the sign said "Brooklyn, the fourth largest city in America".


Houston Street and Mercer Street. Car somehow failed to make the turn, in the middle of the night. No one was injured. Just a mistake.


A rare photo of two sexy foreign two seater sports cars in a row; A Ferrari and a Smart Car!



Occupy City Hall on July 4, 2020. It is hard to imagine that so many protestors or vagrants would be allowed to camp in front of City Hall, NYC.


As often the case with these rebels without a cause, the signs are vulgar, anti society and anti police.


Who voted for these people to represent the people of this city? If they succeeded, would we ever have justice or would we simply have complete chaos and anarchy?


As usual, the NYPD were completely professional and allowed the campers to continue their alleged "protest", though it is doubtful if any of them agree to what they are protesting.


Bank building in Greenpoint Brooklyn. Empty businesses and store fronts seem to continue to expand. A combination of the fear of the Corona Virus and social unrest, coupled with a general decline in jobs, caused by a variety of factors is destroying the economy and wealth of this country.

This person has made the iconoc Washington Square Park water fountain his home and office.


Busy at work the middle of the yet to be used this season, Washington Square Park water fountain!


A small "Black Trans Lives Matter" protest in Dumbo Brooklyn. June 27 2020


People at the "Pride" gathering in Washington Square Park. June 28, 2020


Unfortunately some people actually believe that the city would be better without police. As most people realize, police are essential in any society to keep order, maintain laws and freedoms and to assist people in dire need.

The "Pride" event with a large number of different perceived social issues being protested for or against.


Apparently the gentleman who was using the unused water fountain as his office has left or was evicted.




Yet more protesters at the "Pride" event.

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Defund? Some anti-police groups have called for the defunding of the police around the country. Question: late at night, if you are traveling in an empty subway car and two police officers come on, do you feel threatened or are you relieved and hope that they stay on for the duration of your trip? The answer is obvious. The police are essential to maintaining order in any society.

Corona Paycheck program read more
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People should be responsible for themselves and carry their own weight in society read more

Subway Safety-Subway Gate Every year hundreds of people are killed or severely injured when they fall onto the tracks of trains and subways. The prevention is cost efficient and greatly reduces liability ... read more ...

Greatly reduce train noise A significant amount of train noise is caused by the train wheels rolling over the expansion joint of the tracks. This vibration creates noise, vibrations, an less pleasant ride and also reduces the life cycle of the train. The solution is relatively simple and cost more ...

Corona Virus: What I have observed regarding the Corona Virus can be read here. Further, my photographs of empty New York City, can be viewed here.

Pentup Demand caused by Covid-19 lockdown? Unlikely. People are used to staying home, have developed new habits, and after being out of work, will probably want to save money.

Hysterical Fears pushed in the media and other sources: What ever happened to Y2K, the Ozone hole, nuclear winter, missile gap, read more

Restaurants and Bars will spring back? Very unlikely. People go to these places not only to eat and drink but primarily to socialize. If people are social distanced, why go out?

Corona Virus "Experts"? Who is to say who is an expert when the entire virus is a new event and nobody has any real understanding what is going on. This is like the transition period of Eastern Europe from 1989 to 1992, when so many "leading experts" came from nowhere and gave the public their speculation with truly disastrous results, causing massive inflation and economic failure in countries who followed their "advice".

Question If you can live for a thousand years, but have to live in a 12x12 foot (3x3 meter) room without ever leaving, would you do it? I prefer to live life to its fullest and accept the risks. Everything in life entails a certain risk.

Forced vaccinations? But Why? read more

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The 1956 Firebird was to be self driving.
Self Driving Cars? If you have an accident with a self driving car, who is at fault? The car manufacturer, the owner of the car or the occupant "driver" of the car? I have enjoyed owning and driving some of the most interesting cars made and have always enjoyed the freedom of driving without impediments or restrictions. Nevertheless, if self driving cars can help reduce accidents and enhance society, I am for them. Besides the technical aspects, there are many other issues that must be worked out. My concerns regarding self driving cars including liability, safety, morality and effectiveness. more ...


Bicycles? What ever happened to jet packs, flying cars and advanced technology that in the past, was predicted that we would be using by today? Why are bicycles being pushed by cities world wide? more ...

Question: If people who are protesting are paid to protest, is it really a protest?

Question: If a humanitarian organization is paid for their services, are they really a humanitarian organization?

Question: If a charity receives most or all of its money from the government, is it really a charity considering that the tax payer is paying for their services?

Cell Phone Etiquette
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On Education
Rethinking school and our education system

Should everyone attend college or university? ... read more ...

Can a college or a university really teach a person to be a businessman or an artist or good in any particular field? ... read more ...

How come all college undergraduate degree's require four years? Should some degrees require only one year while others perhaps six years? ... read more ...

What courses should and should not be taught at college or university? Can college or a university teach a person how to be a good business person, or how to be creative? ... read more ...

Reason, Logic and intellect is not reliable. The late Christopher Hitchens often stated that we should rely on our logic, reason and intellect to determine the truth. Many people who pride themselves as educated, intelligent and progressive believe the same. As reasonable as this seems, Galileo proved over 400 years ago that our logic, reason and intellect is unreliable and that only direct experimental data, should be relied upon. Galileo had dropped two balls of the same material, but different masses, from the Leaning Tower of Pisa to demonstrate that they would hit the ground at the same time, rather than the heavier ball hitting the ground first, as almost everyone, including Aristotle, 2000 years ago, had assumed. Our logic, reason and intellect is not reliable and should only be viewed as speculation. Only direct experimentation and obtaining the same results, over and over again should be relied upon.


What about? ..

Old Computer Formats and the longevity of our digitally stored knowledge. Are we entering into a "pre-history" era? How can we preserve our computer written records, books, photographs, video and knowledge? We must have an international agreement and an organization, perhaps under auspices of the United Nations, dedicated to preserving our global digital records so that future generations can access the information and knowledge that we store on computer readable formats.

If you wanted to, would you be able to read a:

    3 1/2" or 5 1/4" or 8" floppy?
    cd-rom or a dvd?
    12" optical disk?
    9 track tape?
    IBM punch card?
    Paper punch tape?

If you can not read these one or two generation old formats today, how will society be able to read these documents in 200 years from now? In a few years, our latest computer formats and storage devices, such as USB drives, will also be obsolete. I have deep concerns about the longevity of our knowledge and of computer records, more ...

What if the decay rate of elements varies rather than being a constant? Imagine, if this is the case, it would mean that all archeological dating is in question. How old are artifacts? When in fact did the dinosaurs really die out? Further, consider that ... read more ...

What is the speed of gravity? If it is instantaneous, then what if gravity can be modulated? Today most scientists, assume that the speed of gravity is the same as the speed of light, but what if the speed of gravity is instantaneous? Further, if gravity can be modulated, it might allow for instantaneous universal communication. Thus it might be possible to communicate with space craft instantly, rather than waiting for minutes for transmissions to reach the craft or earth. Perhaps computer chips can be made to operate vastly faster. And this is just the beginning since more ...

On Business

Investing in Startups. Good idea or bad? Is investing in a Startup, that has never proven itself in the market place, a good idea or a waste of money (and talent)? Historically, investors invested in companies that were swamped with orders and making money, but needed additional money to ... read more ...

Most efficient brain-storming method and how to make morning office meetings more productive and interesting ... read more ...

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Producing the very best and most effective TV commercials The single purpose of a television commercial is to sell the product or service. The fact that an advertisement might be interesting, funny, informative or well produced is secondary to the main purpose, which is to sell the product or service. One should never leave the creation of the television commercial to the television producer or the video editor. ... read more ...

Building the most effective business websites Never let a "web designer" develop the website for you. A web designer should be produce the website under the supervision of an on line marketing master, usually working with ... read more ...


There is an alternative to population control. Restricting and discouraging the formation of families in order to stabilize or reduce population infringes on the freedom and rights of every human. There is another much better more ...

Questioning the results of modern science. For the last 100 years, we have been experiencing the collapse of real science. Theories, speculation and fantasy is the norm today. By definition, the scientific method is the ability to test and re-test and always get the same results, over and over. If an idea or a theory can not be tested, the idea must be viewed as speculation and not considered true, till that idea is proven without a doubt. Scientific theory has moved to areas that are beyond our present capability of testing and gradually a number of unproven theories have become accepted as fact without any real proof. Further, new theories have been developed based on old theories. Thus we have a situation where science today is largely based on theory upon theory. If something can not be proven, it falls into the realm of philosophy rather than science. This has led more ...

What if time varies along with all things, rather than being a constant? Consider more ...

Can the speed of light vary, even if traveling under the same conditions, or in other words, is the speed of light really a constant? According to Einstein's theory of relativity, the speed of light is a constant but more ...

Science and media hype: Any sudden "revolutionary" scientific discovery, even if such discovery is written about in every newspaper and scientific journal, should be greeted with skepticism. Such a discovery should only be accepted after the bulk of scientists have have had a chance to review the discovery and confirm that it is in fact correct. Such things that come to mind include cold fusion, the so called "God Particle" and even the recent stated discovery of a "gravitational wave". All too often such media hype has come and gone without any real discovery or fundamental change. more ...

What percentage of information, contained in science books is accurate and true? Are we in a post science period? Many science books today present more ...

It is time to retest scientific properties. Verify results. I suggest that the properties of all materials be re-tested using modern technology and certify the results. Melting and boiling points, conductivity, hardness, and all physical properties of materials should be re-tested more ...

Honesty and integrity in scientific research is essential in order to advance our knowledge base. When a scientist has worked for years to prove a particular theory and finds out that their work hasbeen in vain, it is difficult to admit that their original assumptions were wrong. Still it is vitally important more ...
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