Category science

The River Of No Return

The River Of No Return Part I In America there flows a river… called The River Of No Return A place where I had the great privilege of many life lessons to learn The incredible beauty of nature, and life’s harsh realities too The unending importance of balance… understood, it would seem, by too few […]

Now is the time…

Now is the time… What will it take to awaken the masses? When will they take off their rose colored glasses? There’s really no question, the data is there… We’re all being poisoned… on land, sea and air As we hurry and scurry about in such haste, Our beautiful planet is being laid waste It […]

What Will It Take To Stop The Climate Engineering Madness?

What Will It Take To Stop The Climate Engineering Madness? As we stand poised upon the precipice of our own self-destruction, I am consistently astounded by the unwillingness of people to wake up and smell the aerosols.  Granted, I was also unaware of our situation until only a few years ago but, once I finally […]

The Equation… or Partly Sunny With a 100% Chance of Misdirection

The Equation… or Partly Sunny With a 100% Chance of Misdirection I haven’t been an internet researcher for very long… only since 2011, when I began spending a lot of time surfing the web and dipping into the data stream.  I was a naive traveler through that great warren of rabbit holes, assuming most people […]

The Little Red Hen… or, How Owen Wilson Saved Me From Being A Hypocrite

I love chickens… when they are allowed to range freely and do their chicken thing eating bugs, scratching for treats, hiding nests in the deep grass, double clutching (eggs, not hot-rods), scurrying about establishing their pecking order, strolling around with a clutch of baby chicks in tow, flogging offending dogs… they are a joy to […]

Global Warming or Looming Ice Age?

As a rule, a man’s a fool When it’s hot, he wants it cool When it’s cool, he want’s it hot Always wanting what is not This poem was painted on a small wooden plaque in my grandmother’s house. It was a clever piece of 1920’s kitsch that was a favorite of mine and helped […]

Industrial Omnicide As A Lifestyle, or… The Only Guarantee

Humanity doesn’t need industry… we indulge in it.  We are intelligent and creative enough to have long since abandoned the industrial paradigm for a balanced, sustainable existence on this planet, yet we insist on maintaining a twisted reality that is both finite and infinitely toxic.  Humanity’s love affair with the industrial paradigm is beyond foolish… […]