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On December 21, 2012, I made an accidental, but startling, discovery as a result of initiating the installation of a small starter system for solar power. A brief chronology is below.
(Editor's Note: The following article is from a topnotch Canadian website, "Global Research"; the URL for this article is http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?contact=va&aid=32298 and the general URL is http://globalresearch.ca).
SPIKING GRAIN PRICES RAISE SPECTER OF GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS
by Naomi Spencer
Global Research, August 10, 2012
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NOTE: The following letter was penned by our very own Tom Kruzen, who for various reasons is unable at present to post to this forum. Because the letter is worthy of re-publication, and this is as good a forum as any, here it is:
January 26, 2012
(EDITOR's NOTE: The following is submitted for Tom Kruzen who is currently experiencing login problems.)
THOUGHTS ON THE ATOMIC AGE
Not too long ago the Donald Danforth PLANT SCIENCE CENTER, 975 North Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63132 mailed a slick, color cardstock brochure out to many, including our household. I noticed the pre-printed "box" (in place of the stamp) that reads NONPROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID ST. LOUIS MO PERMIT NO 5385.
Real time water-quality data are
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Register now for the Surviving Climate Change roundtable in St. Louis. Only $4 – but it goes up after May 15! Please send the information to anyone you know who might be interested.
*Surviving Climate Change: Producing Less and Enjoying it More*
The effects of climate change, peak oil and toxic production are here. We know it every time we see news of weather disasters and disappearing species. We feel it every time we buy gas. We hear it every time a child uses an asthma inhaler.
Bats Perish, and No One Knows Why
By TINA KELLEY
Al Hicks was standing outside an old mine in the Adirondacks, the largest bat hibernaculum, or winter resting place, in New York State.
It was broad daylight in the middle of winter, and bats flew out of the mine about one a minute. Some had fallen to the ground where they flailed around on the snow like tiny wind-broken umbrellas, using the thumbs at the top joint of their wings to gain their balance.
KEN MIDKIFF DECEMBER 21, 2007
Cold and in the dark
In the year 2057:
“Yeah, I’m right here.”
”I’m hot and I can’t see you in the dark.”
“It is a bit warm.”
“No, it’s hot and it’s dark and I can’t sleep.”
“We can’t turn on the AC, because there’s no electricity. Same thing with the lights.”
“Why ain’t there no electricity?”
KEN MIDKIFF DECEMBER 14, 2007
Defined as, “Doing the Same Thing Over and Over, and Expecting Different Results” – Albert Einstein
On Tuesday, December 11, Al Gore accepted the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on global warming. His film “An Inconvenient Truth” is now being cited as the definitive work on this issue.