The Land That Global Warming Forgot — Watts Up With That?


Guest essay by David Archibald For the first time a major political party has gone into an election with an anti-green platform and won big time. Specifically the Conservative Party platform for the Ontario election on 7th June promised: This means no carbon tax or cap-and-trade schemes. Stop sweetheart deals by scrapping the Green Energy […]

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The Partial Solar Eclipse of August 2018 at 19 Leo Pt. 1 – Who Does It Affect and for How Long? — Aquarius Papers – Global Astrology


by Robert Wilkinson This Solar Eclipse will put many people at a fork in the road of their destiny across several areas of life. This one has major quincunxes and triseptiles to both Neptune and Pluto, showing major adjustments and sacrifices globally, as well as crucial turning points for our world. 1,413 more words

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The Second Time the United States Unleashed A Demon On The World – A Time for Reflection — Aquarius Papers – Global Astrology


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Mandela Day, Global Call to Action — Sunshiny SA Site


Nelson Mandela International Day, also known as Mandela Day, is held on July 18 annually. Mandela Day is a global observance day to dedicate Mandela’s achievements in working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, and reconciliation. People are asked to recognize their power and ability to impact positively on the environment and people.

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Global Warming Ruined My Trip to The British Isles — Fatty McCupcakes


OK. So, global warming didn’t really ruin my trip, but it definitely whooped my ass pretty good and hard. Hiding from the sun at Roche Abbey. I got back from my five-week-long trip last Friday and my brain is just now starting to function again. I felt pretty discombobulated and spacey for several days after […]

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The Land That Global Warming Forgot — Watts Up With That?


Guest essay by David Archibald For the first time a major political party has gone into an election with an anti-green platform and won big time. Specifically the Conservative Party platform for the Ontario election on 7th June promised: This means no carbon tax or cap-and-trade schemes. Stop sweetheart deals by scrapping the Green Energy […]

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What the little birds told me — The Homeless Blogger


(Originally published 07/21/12 at Trojan Horse Productions. Reblogged 04/23/14.) The pigeons. Years ago, when I had an office job downtown, I’d wait for the bus every afternoon on the south side of Baltimore Street one or two blocks east of Charles. Often, someone tossed down several handfuls of torn-up bread for the birds to eat, […]

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Oh, the Humanity — According To Hoyt


So, in my deep dive into human origins (it’s all Francis Turner’s fault, really) and the origins of various groups in Europe I came across what seems now to be a more or less established fact: that modern Europeans are the result of a mix between Early European Farmers ( likely immigrated from somewhere near […]

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