The planet continues to fry. Yet, America is pumping more fossil fuel than it has in decades. And the U.S. government does nothing to slow the damage. Just the opposite -- Washington is now promoting oil, gas and coal while attacking clean energy. We've fought against climate change for at least thirty years. Yet, it seems that activists have failed to reverse or even slow … [Read more...]
Ways to reduce and prepare for climate change, while conserving peak natural resources and preventing pollution and waste.
And Irma, we don't really give a crap about you, either. Water, Water, Everywhere Twenty-seven TRILLION gallons of water dumped on Southeast Texas in six days? That's what the various reports say. And we say, "Big whoop!" Wild-Westy, pavement-obsessedy Houston essentially destroyed, molded, and steeped in a toxic stew from chemical plants gone kablooey while the … [Read more...]
I share many of Green Party Presidential Nominee Jill Stein's values. On climate and energy, I absolutely agree that our world is in crisis and that we need some form of a "Green New Deal," though whether that would be her plan, or some other approach, is, for me, still a point of debate. On her view that an energy transition would have multiple cost-saving and health … [Read more...]
There are times that I find myself wandering pensively in the woods, asking aloud, “so how should I presume?” I just read about the land sinking -- up to thirteen inches a year in some places -- in the Central Valley of California. I also just read about there being no mountaintops left in certain areas of West Virginia anymore. None. And, the coal companies are pulling … [Read more...]
Twenty-five years ago, existentialism was a hot piece of intellectual property. A literate public was buying up such books as William Barrett's Irrational Man: A Study in Existential Philosophy and Viktor Frankl's From Death Camp to Existentialism (later republished under the title Man's Search for Meaning). American psychologists were being introduced to the movement by … [Read more...]