Monthly Archives: November 2011

Seattle…

November 27, 2011 – At the Hostel in Chinatown, Seattle – Counting down… It’s strange wandering around in this big city by myself, not knowing anyone, and not having enough cash to go hang out at a pub or so. … Continue reading

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Why I Question the CO2-driven Global Warming “Scientific Consensus”

Seattle, WA, USA – Nov 27, 2011 [& expanded Nov 28-29] It’s been about 5 years ago since I began to wonder if the United Nation’s (UN)  intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was not as scientific as it portrayed itself … Continue reading

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The Movement of Love {Occupy this Moment}

On a loving planet – some sunny autumn day in the twilight zone of arising and collapsing worlds… [updated Nov 21, 2011] When the original poster from Adbusters (mentioned here) called for “our one demand”, I thought that was great, … Continue reading

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This Moment in Time…

Victoria on Vancouver Island – Nov 18, 2011 –  I briefly looked at the flyer wall in the back of a coffee shop in Cook Street Village if anything’s going on this weekend I may want to go to.  Nothing … Continue reading

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Bourgeois Homeless

Duncan – November 18, 2011 – ‘The Garage’ Café. “Blogpost #200” — Nothing says “bourgeous homeless” better than using this Mac’s Photobooth as a mirror in the morning, as I crawl out of my ice cold damped-up car all stiff … Continue reading

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Newest Reconstruction: PAST 4000 YEARS OF GREENLAND TEMPERATURE

Fulford Harbour, Saltspring Island (BC, Canada) – November 17, 2011 – Frosty… Adding to my previous post (Unprecedented Global Warming Not Unprecedented), the renowned scientific peer-reviewed publication ‘GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS‘  just published (Nov 10, 2011) a new reconstruction of temperatures … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Global Warming Not Unprecedented

One thing about ‘climate change alarmism‘ that continues to bug me: the incredibly short data time span used to make statements about a much greater period (incl. ‘ever’), generally going strangely unquestioned among those concerned about “unprecedented catastrophic anthropogenic global … Continue reading

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