Monthly Archives: January 2009
I hear it all the time, from many quarters, that magic word “hope.” Indeed, we stand at the brink of a new administration in Washington, one that explicitly promotes hope along side another favorite buzzword, change. “Hope” was even in … Continue reading
Short animations describing tipping points. http://permaculture.org.au/2009/01/28/wake-up-freak-out-then-get-a-grip/
Oil is the densest, most widely-available super-abundant energy resource in the solar system. It is being squandered on things like Power Wheels, leafblowers, ecocidal weapons, and unhealthy shallow lifestyles 100% reliant on general apathy toward the greater whole reinforced by … Continue reading
The Public Campaign Action Fund has kept track of spending by the coal and oil industry on politicians, media etc. “With literally tens of billions of dollars of annual profits at stake — for example, ExxonMobil alone reported $22.6 billion … Continue reading
You have probably heard the argument that more CO2 in the atmosphere is actually good, benefitting plants, allowing them to grow more proficiently. Well, besides from being a ridiculous argument you should only hear from a second-grader, it does not … Continue reading
Less strain on the eyes.