Monthly Archives: August 2014

Cornered Into Sanity

I like to look at issues in our world as issues that an individual would have, that being the human race as one collective person with a personality and more specifically with a narrowly defined personality and narrowly defined intentions. … Continue reading

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Letting It Go, Deep Inside

I’s over to a neighbor’s last night, he’s got tv and we watched a program on Pivot about the plastic island existing in the Pacific. I saw the Albatross’s stomachs full of plastic, the turtles twisted up in poly bands, … Continue reading

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The Problem of the Problems

I read an article this morning from New Scientists titled Understand faulty thinking to tackle climate change  that I felt I needed to expand on as it is something not talked about very much, if ever. The part I wish … Continue reading

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The Salvation of General TMIC

I’m setting out on a rather difficult task here in this article. It is for me anyway. I can’t help it, the issue of the day is the combination of many issues, all coagulating into a material that is most … Continue reading

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Human Beings (and my giving up on trying to do something about them)

I grew up on a dairy farm, and I gotta tell ya, cows are the dumbest things on earth. I’ve seen cows get themselves into such entanglements that they had to be helped out. Get one inside a stall sometime … Continue reading

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Rapid Climate Mobilization and Government Control

I am presently on the plan development committee for the organization called The Climate Mobilization. We are currently working on the first year mobilization effort involving what government actions will be taking place to reach a goal of 80% reduction … Continue reading

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