David Sonju

David recently earned a Ph.D. in theology from the University of St. Andrews. He lives near Binghamton, N.Y., with his wife Joy and their two young children.

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Are snow storms and hurricanes as dangerous as nukes and sarin gas?

Climate Change
by David Sonju
Posted 2/19/14, 03:14 pm

Secretary of State John Kerry called climate change “the world’s most fearsome weapon of mass destruction” in a speech in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Monday. He then lampooned those who are skeptical about the human impact on climate change.

In a Twitter response, former Republican Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich called for Kerry’s resignation over the comments, asking if Kerry truly believes global warming is “more dangerous than North Korean and Iranian nukes? More than Russian and Chinese nukes? Really??”

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Teacher wins Grammy for Glee-like success

Education
by David Sonju
Posted 2/04/14, 05:12 pm

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'Charge rage' shocks Silicon Valley enviros

Environment
by David Sonju
Posted 1/31/14, 09:30 am

In California’s Silicon Valley, drivers of electric cars are finding it increasingly difficult to access car-charging stations at work. The growing popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) is in many cases outpacing the number of charging ports that companies are willing to install for their employees. The soaring demand for charging ports is leading to incidents of “charge rage” at some companies, and giving rise to a new sphere of  workplace etiquette issues.

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