Monthly Archives: August 2015

Remembering The Last Little Ice Age – Full Documentary (VIDEO)

Don’t be fooled by these (global average and locally extreme) record warm years of late. Background on my “heritical” opinion can be found in these blog posts: (June 2014):  Global Cooling ahead? (w/ Global Annual Average Temperature Anomalies, Ocean Heat … Continue reading

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The making of KOYAANISQATSI – by Godfrey Reggio (VIDEO)

(Avec sous-titres français.)  Technology is not neutral.   – Godfrey Reggio I think there’s an enormous value to being negative. The world we live in today, negativity is not permitted.  – Godfrey Reggio

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Southern Colorado – August 21, 2015 To add to yesterday’s post with photos of increasing smoke from primarily the forest fires in California, Oregon, Idaho and Washington.   This morning after sunrise, Crestone: More information on the fires: August … Continue reading

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Southern Colorado, August 20, 2015 48 hours ago, the air was still clean from the last sprinkles of rain.  No more…  Here’s a few photos of the last 3 nights to show the smoke entering the San Luis Valley: August … Continue reading

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“Autumn is in the air across Colorado […] first measurable snow” Forecast: Wildfire Smoke

Colorado, August 19, 2015 As I said the other day when I shared some photos with snow/hail above 12,000 feet, “Winter Is Coming.”    Autumn, however, has reportedly already arrived: (A wee bit on the early side, I’d say…) Beautiful … Continue reading

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US Senator John McCain Chased off Navajo land. ;-)

See more at Activist Post (Aug. 18, 2015) @  Watch Native American Activists Literally Chase John McCain Off Navajo Land Some photos from my road trip in October 2014 passing through a small part of that very special region (including … Continue reading

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Nuclear News Links (@ Mid-August 2015)

[When taking a break from intensive research & blogging about Fukushima and related nuclear topics, this post may be placed as a ‘sticky’ at the top, to help you find sources that are more likely to have the latest news … Continue reading

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