By James G. Zumwalt, The Hill: "“Slow steaming” is a concept by which container ships operate at lower speeds to minimize wear and tear on engines, save fuel, reduce emissions and otherwise improve efficiency. This concept proves that, sometimes, slower can be better than faster."
By Eduardo Echeverria on Feb 05, 2020 11:58 pm
Editor’s note: This is Part II of a two-part essay; here is Part I. The Nature of Truth I argued in the previous section that Francis rejects propositional truth. On this view, the truth-status of [...]
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