Monthly Archives: December 2014

Rebecca Solnit wraps up the year behind and forsees the year ahead, to be known in the future as Year One in the Climate Revolution.

The Climate for 2015: Everything’s Coming Together While Everything Falls Apart How to find hope on the subject of climate change in the face of a reality that others find almost too grim to consider. Solnit’s story of how the … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS: Young women rock!

I’ve been reading a remarkable book, The Amazons: Lives and Legends of Warrior Women across the Ancient World, by Adrienne Mayor. And it has further sensitized my already active radar for the goings-on of young women here, today! I came … Continue reading

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WOW! New York Times calls for prosecution of torturers and their bosses

Does this mean the New York Times has been — briefly, momentarily — liberated from the controlled MSM? On the holiest day of the year, Winter Solstice? Or is this seemingly rogue editorial a headline that will just fade into … Continue reading

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R.I.P. Joe Cocker — you are so beautiful to me.

Singer Joe Cocker died early today of lung cancer, in Crawford, Colorado, where he had lived for 20 years with his wife Pam. Born May 20, 1944, with the Sun at 28+° Taurus, his final day, December 22, 2014, was … Continue reading

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News of “Rewilding” in U.S.A Today

Which means that the MSM has got hold of it. Who knows what network broadcasters might just yell that they’re “mad as hell and won’t take it any more” and then — just walk off the set? Question: What’s the … Continue reading

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Neuroscientist/Artist evokes the brilliance of Nature

Let us recognize that whatever we “think” is the “product” of something even more amazing that the idea we (think we) came up with, eh? Nature is both Teacher and Artist. We mimic her. We learn from her. We celebrate … Continue reading

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WOW! The yurt I lived in for nearly 20 years hits the New York Times

I must say, Alexandra “Bo” Fuller has really spiffed it up inside. Check out the photos. And her story’s great too. Thanks Harold, for letting me know! Square Peg in a Round House  

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Check out these new, alternative, free or nearly free educational opportunities

As I walk around the beautiful Indiana University campus with puppy Shadow, we witness even more limestone-faced institutional buildings go up — see, for example, the humongous Global and International Studies building — — I’m having a great deal of … Continue reading

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