Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hopi Adventures Remain

 These are stored memories, I’ll be coming from off the top of my head, no research really, maybe for spelling, names and such. These are memories etched into my head, they are scenes of the best and most interesting time … Continue reading

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As Aliens Pass By

I often wonder what aliens think about our world as they pass by to check us out. Of course, they are going take note of who’s running the show and focus on that, and that’d be we humans. Not that … Continue reading

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The Tribal Way

February 2002 At one time the people of the earth lived in such a way that all of us were more or less in constant contact with each other.  We acted as if we were one mind.  Spirits were with … Continue reading

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Free Enterprise vs. Humanity

Below you will find wrtings from a section of the book I wrote back in 2012. Some of it I’ve changed on, especially coming to understand the concepts near term human extinction. but much of it remains the same. Part 3 … Continue reading

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The Great Debate Among the Advocates Has Begun

I think there’s a bomb gonna go off sometime within the next couple of years, at least I hope it does. It’s the debate for action on climate change, what do we do? There are essentially three camps in this … Continue reading

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Vanity and Vexation of Spirit

Well this is what it all comes down to, so said The Preacher. “I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit. That which is crooked cannot be … Continue reading

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Choose While You Can

 It is vitally important to understand the difference between mitigation and adaptation when it comes to climate change. Mitigation primarily attempts to reduce the impacts of climate change via reductions in emissions and the sequestering of greenhouse gases, whereas adaptation … Continue reading

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