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Legal scholars say there’s no legal provision prohibiting Supreme Court justices from sharing their opinions online or in speeches. The Supreme Court has maintained that the strict code of conduct that applies to lower court judges does not apply to them, but that doesn’t mean that the legal community looks favorably on justices making public comments.

“I believe those types of comments do considerable damage to the integrity of the court,” said Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law expert and a law professor at George Washington University who has criticized what he calls the “rise of the celebrity justice.”

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Social media, he said, has not been a huge problem because of the generational gap. Still, justices have gotten themselves in hot water over the years because of comments made during speeches and other public statements.

Turley mentioned Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and late Justice Antonin Scalia as two justices who have repeatedly been criticized for sharing their political views. Ginsburg came under fire and ultimately apologized for her comments about Trump in 2016, and Scalia made public comments on President Barack Obama’s immigration policies and the legal rights of Guantanamo Bay prisoners during his tenure.

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“There’s no evidence that this problem is receding,” Turley said. “It has gotten worse every year as justices appear before large audiences and discuss issues relating to cases before the court.”

Judges, especially those on lower courts, largely steer clear from discussing pending or impending cases to avoid the perception that they’ve made up their mind on an issue, said Charles Geyh, a law professor at Indiana University and an expert on judicial conduct and ethics.

“Most courts have said be careful in the way that you deal with your online presence because you have a duty to uphold the impression of impartiality,” he added.

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Willett hasn’t tweeted since joining the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals at the beginning of this year, but it remains to be seen whether or not his tweets will interfere with any potential nomination.

“The way justices have survived the gauntlet is by being as low profile as possible,” Geyh said, but he added that it’s unlikely this Senate would not confirm Trump’s nominee.

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Most attractive for tourist to cycle over longer distances are the so called LF-routes . So the city center is croshed by LF2 Stedenroute (City Route) from Amsterdam to Brussels and LF12 Maas- en Vestingroute follows the flow of river Maas all the way from The East. See for more information Bicycle Route Planner : sellect more options and LF-Routes.

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As Hurricane Sandy showed us once again, our cities and infrastructure are vulnerable to powerful natural forces. On their own, these forces can be devastating. Throw climate change into the mix, whether it’s stronger, amped up storms or sea level rise, coastal cities are in for some tough times. Well, unless you live in North Carolina ...

At least for a little while after Sandy, our awareness is on resilience, the rather academic way of saying we're trying to figure out how our cities and infrastructure systems (like sewers, electric grid, roads, and subways) can withstand natural disasters. How can cities protect valuable infrastructure and ensure that cities stay up and running in times of large-scale natural disasters?

In the case of Sandy, New York City's subway system was flooded parts of the five boroughs lost electricity for a long time along with a whole host of other issues that go along with being under a deluge of water (and other stuff ).

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Now, this seems more like an emergency patch that would render the subway network unusable in times of emergencies, but if it’s a choice between a giant inflated balloon plugging the subway tube and the East River, I’m sure most people would opt for the balloon.

As the notes, this technology poses some interesting materials challenges. The challenge is to design a lightweight, yet strong and flexible, material that can effectively fill a given volume without getting punctured by whatever lurks in subway tubes.

More robust solutions like sea walls will probably be needed, but at least somebody is thinking outside the box! To see how awesome this technology is, I suggest watching this video of a test from early in 2012. Enjoy:

In theory, it would be like blowing up a balloon inside a tube. But in practice, developing a plug that is strong, durable, quick to install and foolproof to deploy is a difficult engineering task, one made even more challenging because of the pliable, relatively lightweight materials required.

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David Wogan is an engineer and policy researcher who writes about energy, technology, and policy.

David's academic and professional background includes a unique blend of technology and policy in the field of energy systems. Most recently, David worked at Austin Energy, a Texas municipal utility, implementing a Department of Energy stimulus grant related to energy efficiency. Previously, David was a member of the Energy Climate Change team at the White House Council on Environmental Quality for the Obama Administration.

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