Monthly Archives: July 2014

Forced Utopia

According to Wikipedia, “A utopia is a community or society possessing highly desirable or near perfect qualities.” That’d be something, wouldn’t it? Well, we just might get it someday, and soon. You’ve seen the utopian thing on TV, you know, some village on another planet, … Continue reading

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Climate Change, the Market, Us and Beyond

I just read an informative article from Rolly Montpellier at BoomerWarrior.org.  titled, Carbon Fee and Dividend. Its Time Has Come. Yeah its time has come, but thinking for the long term, I hope we see it go faster than we’ve … Continue reading

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Seeking an End to Chaos

Let’s talk about climate change in relation to optimism, pessimism and realism. And let’s talk it about in today’s context, July 2014. Furthermore, let’s talk about it in the context of our current activism, deniers not included, just advocates and … Continue reading

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The Collective Decision

I write a lot about the collective mind.  This article will be dedicated to that subject, but not in the way I usually talk about it.  I always state that we need the collective mind to wake up and help … Continue reading

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Chaos Rules!!

Hey, what’s your idea today? We all have ideas, and many of us use our idea brain to try and solve issues; issues like climate change. But there’s a problem in all that well intended effort: Chaos. Here’s a post … Continue reading

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Into Action

May 2011 You might be able to accuse me of all gripe and no solution.  That would only be partially true because in most all of my essays and articles I have been advocating specific changes, some in detail.  However, … Continue reading

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