Tag Archives: politics

Why can’t humans affect the climate?


If you have insights on this please help me understand.  As noted this week, discussions of anthropogenic climate change have peaked since President Trump’s decision to renege on US commitments to the Paris Climate Accord.   One of the primary … Continue reading

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We’re gonna be okay


This is a blog devoted to appreciation and conservation of nature, respect and celebration of science and rational thought, and the occasional rant about how far we still can go in our love and care of fellow humans. As you … Continue reading

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Do you have a voice in government?


I bet rarely would people respond that they feel well-represented in government. I know I’m not well-represented when I long for a revolution in renewable energy but one of my senators is the guy who thinks snowballs in winter refute … Continue reading

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Too many candidates? Here’s a simple solution.


In just about 1 year, Americans will elect a new president.  Some people think we have too many candidates. How to choose among them?  I’ve devised this quick and handy flow-chart that in one question can help you winnow out … Continue reading

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