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“Currituck”, Modern TINY LIVING’s GORGEOUS TINY HOUSE ON WHEELS, FEAT. ON TINY HOUSE TALK

Big News!The most recent rendition of our Point model, Currituck, has just been featured on the world’s #1 tiny house blog, Tiny House Talk!Currituck’s fun red, white, and wood color theme has been a hit online, and we’re honored to have been featured by Tiny House Talk! CHECK OUT THE ARTICLE […]

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New Tiny House alert! SaY HOWDY To “CURRITUCK”, a 20 ft. tiny house on wheels by Modern TIny Living!

Currituck, named after the beautiful red brick lighthouse of the same name in coastal North Carolina, is a simple, beautiful, and livable build based on Modern Tiny Living’s Point model. We built Currituck as a rental unit for our friends in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, where she’ll serve as a getaway tiny home in an awesome brewery and hiking district!Specifications:20 ft. Trailer Made Custom Insulated Tiny Home Trailer Foundation – Lifetime Warranty240 sq. ft.Weight: ~ 9000 lbs.Metal Roo […]

2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #1

Latest Posts 2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming Digest #3 2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup #3 New research, January 7-13, 2019 Our oceans broke heat records in 2018 and the consequences are catastrophic…

Letter: Two dire feedback loops amplify global warming – The Mercury News

Two dire feedback loopsamplify global warming Two devastating feedback loops amplify global warming. The burning of fossils fuels is the primary cause of CO2 accumulation in the atmosphere and global warming. Warming is exacerbated by two often concurrent and, until…

New research, December 24-31, 2018

Posted on 4 January 2019 by Ari Jokimäki A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. Climate change Temperature, precipitation, wind Trend analysis of climate time series: A review of methods (open access) Strong but intermittent spatial covariations…

Police Are ‘Happily Surprised’ to Report Zero Roadside Busts for Drunk Driving On New Year’s Eve

Contrary to what you might expect, the police officers of this major city were delighted to report that none of the drivers they breathalyzed at road checkpoints were busted for driving while illegally impaired. Surrey is the second largest city in British Columbia, Canada with a population of roughly half a million. Vancouver holds the […]

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Silicon Valley Begged for Government Intervention in Their Industry, and They May Soon Get It Good and Hard

Readers of this blog know that I have always been skeptical of the value of net neutrality rules.   I see the Internet just like any other vertical value chain with multiple players, which we might oversimplify as content providers who…

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जलवायु कूटनीति का सार

जलवायु परिवर्तन वार्ता का लक्ष्य “न कोई हारे, न कोई जीते” होना चाहिए लेकिन ऐसा हो नहीं रहा है

Yes, The Federal Campgrounds We Operate Are Open During the Government Shutdown

Several readers have been nice enough to write me and ask how my business is doing during the government shutdown.  As background, my company privately operates public recreation areas, mostly campgrounds, under concession contract.  We manage public lands for many…