Beginning today, I am taking a sabbatical from this blog and my involvement with climate change for a currently undetermined period.
After wrestling for months (years, my wife might say) with the Big Question of what I can or should do in the climate change fight, I’ve decided that the best next step for me is to . . . → Read More: Administrivia note: Time to heal and reassess
Regular readers of my ramblings, transcribed hallucinations, etc. here have no doubt noticed a shift in tone recently as I’ve increasingly commented on what we climate activists are doing wrong. This has caused me to do a lot of evaluation of us as a group and in particular my contribution to the overall effort. . . . → Read More: Taking the Climate Change Bridge
From Paul B. Farrell’s WWIII: Great commodities war to end all wars (emphasis added):
Yes, WWIII: The Great Commodities War to End All Wars. We’ve heard that before. Remember WWI, known as The War to End All Wars, 37 million casualties. WWII was bigger, 60 million. Will WWIII finally end all wars? Or end the world, civilization, . . . → Read More: Nowhere to hide from ourselves
FYI, one and all: While this site is not going on hiatus and I am not ending my involvement with energy and climate issues, my writing here will be notably intermittent and much scarcer than normal over the next several weeks.
Nothing is wrong. This is not a reaction to a health issue or other, real-world . . . → Read More: Administrative note
Honestly, I really do have better things to do than annoy you, dear readers, with the minutiae of my ongoing adventure as I move this site from one hosting company to another. But since there’s at least an outside chance that the old hosting company is going to screw up and pull the plug on . . . → Read More: Site move update