Given the gloomy time of year, when the sun peeks above the horizon (for 12 minutes every afternoon, laughs at me (I’m pretty sure), then disappears), and the gloomy state of Canada’s energy sector, I found myself in such a lowly state of mind that I actually read the news. It seemed like a fitting […]
In the disfigured beast that is Canada, with its once-enticing regional disparity no longer a source of charm but more an aggravated series of enflamed carbuncles, it seems to take something extraordinary to cause regions to reach out to each other and offer support. Of course, some distant bonds are natural and deep, like Newfoundland […]
Google search manipulations show power and skill of climate activists at silencing dialogue and creating division
Evolution continues. We went from two arms, two eyes, two ears, etc. to two new online services that are like new limbs. YouTube and Google – would modern life be possible without either? YouTube has, in addition to endless videos of Russian car crashes and every conceivable human activity, an endless stream of video help […]
Put down the pitchforks – CO2-removing tech will succeed before the world even formulates a plan to stop using petroleum products
How many of you recall a briefly popular global phenomenon called the Peace Dividend? It came to prominence in the early 1990s, meaning a sizeable slice of you were more concerned with Beanie Babies or Star Wars light sabres than what those old freaks were getting worked up about. The Peace Dividend was a […]
Formula 1 champ Lewis Hamilton flies 200 times/yr by private jet, goes vegan to save the planet, then lectures leaders who “don’t care about the environment” – is climate dialogue possible when no one considers that crazy?
It seems inevitable that we are headed for some sort of serious conflict here in the west with regards to climate change. Armies of Extinction Rebellioners now take the law into their own hands in order to force governments to act. On the other side of the fence are 7 billion people that frankly aren’t […]