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Nov 12, 2019 - We Know Where We're Going...but what the Hell is a handbasket?

This is a fine review of where we are now, but where to go next? sacredness of our growth economy Check this out: Doing Right Now

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Nov 11, 2019 - Transit of Mercury

From: KryssTal.Com London - England - United Kingdom Today there is a Transit of Mercury. This means that the innermost planet Mercury will pass between the Earth and the Sun appearing as a small black dot on the face of the Sun. This is not visible to the naked eye. The safest way to see it is to project the image of the Sun through a telescope onto a white card or sheet of paper (WITHOUT LOOKING THROUGH THE TELESCOPE AT THE SUN). The black dot will then be visible. Several of you will remember we did this a few years ago. The other safe...

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Nov 10, 2019 - Kids and the Climate Crisis - Lawsuit to Save Their Future

Wired 11-8-2019: A Conversation About the Lawsuit Against US Government

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Nov 8, 2019 - Are You a Harvard Alum or TIAA is Your Investment Company?

Read how these entities and others are major contributors to the Climate Crisis: Brazilian Farmland Bought and Burned

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Nov 7, 2019 - Act Now - For Your Own Good

I ask myself this question every day and this person gives me an answer: What One Person Can Do ____ And more: By Eduardo Garcia (NYT-ClimateFwd 11-6-2019) Demand is booming for organic food. From 2013 to 2018, sales increased nearly 53 percent to almost $48 billion, according to the Organic Trade Association. That sounds like good news for the environment, but is it really? The first thing to bear in mind is that agriculture, in general, is responsible for a lot of greenhouse gas emissions. In the United States, farming accounts for...

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Nov 6, 2019 - Climate Crisis and Indian Air Quality

Health We Are Running Out of Air One suffocating city is a harbinger of health crises around the world. Officials have implored the people of New Delhi to stay inside, indefinitely. Five million children in India’s capital have been handed face masks. Everyone is to keep windows closed. Contrary to the most fundamental medical advice, the city’s chief minister urged residents this week to “avoid outdoor physical activities.” News images seem cut from an apocalyptic outbreak film. One of India’s holiest rivers is covered in toxic foam that...

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Nov 4, 2019 - A Few Words About COAL!

George Ochenski mug GEORGE OCHENSKI 6 hrs ago Last week Murray Energy, one of the largest coal mining corporations in the nation, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. That makes it the fifth coal company to do so in the last year. While the owners made millions, they are bailing into bankruptcy and leaving behind massive environmental disasters, crushed communities and unfunded pension debts — all of which are now looking for taxpayer dollars to somehow remedy. It’s hard to miss the irony of Murray’s demise since its founder, Robert Murray,...

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Nov 1, 2019 - Human nature (read greed) will never fool Mother Nature ( read Climate Crisis)

Key Words Tillerson at Exxon trial: Global warming a ‘real issue... with us now, forevermore’ Published: Nov. 1, 2019, 3:46 p.m. EDT That’s the former oil executive in a court appearance this week replete with existential musings on climate change and some tactics for commanding a fossil-fuel giant in an evolving world. Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil Corp.’s (XOM) former CEO and short-tenured Secretary of State in the Trump administration, is helping defend his former company against New York charges that Exxon intentionally misled investors in...

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Nov 1, 2019 - Being Christian Does Not Exclude You From Responsibility

If you are a Christian, you might want to hear what an evangelical Christian AND a climate scientist has to say about the subject of Climate: Climate Crisis IS a Christian Crisis ____ My own take on the article... I believe that everyone has the capacity to understand some concept of God. If my understanding of science is correct, that understanding is based upon what we observe and can test, not based upon a belief or faith or mystical other. The Bible (and other "religious" books and writings) has guidance which helps humans interpret and...

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Oct 29, 2019 - Richard Dawkins

I highly recommend the following book! It reflects the nature of existence in words I fail to bring into being yet reflect what I feel most deeply. Our travels have given me a most treasured view of our Earth, one that I could not conceive of perhaps any other way. I am humbly grateful for being able to realize this journey and most of all grateful for having met and partnered w/ someone who pushed me to this end. Bon, thanks for ALL the memories. The God Illusion Visit Richard Dawkins Chapter 1: A Deeply Religious Non-Believer DESERVED...

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Oct 29, 2019 - READ THESE

____ Thinking Outside the Grid ____ Don't Believe the Hype ——- RayGun and How the 1%ers Took Away Our Democracy! Jump to full entry

Oct 25, 2019 - And The Answer Is...

As the Climate Collapses, We can Either Stand Together – or Perish Alone By Tim Hollo, originally published by The Guardian blog October 24, 2019 Michael Mobbs has triggered an important conversation by “coming out” as a climate survivalist. He expects “societal collapse … a total breakdown within the next three to five years”, so he’s selling his ground-breaking and beautiful off-grid sustainable home in Chippendale and planning to move to the New South Wales South Coast. Mobbs has contributed an enormous amount over many years, but this...

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