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A second open letter to John Pilger

Dear John,

This is my second letter to you. I do not know if you ever read my first one. I can only assume you didn’t, or you didn’t find it interesting enough to comment. 631 more words


90% Death Rate - Are We Prepped?

Not Ebola.  Not chemical, biological or nuclear weapons.  Not “global climate change.”

It’s ElectroMagnetic Pulses or it’s solar-caused sibling, geomagnetic super storms.

U.S. Preparation Lagging to Battle Potentially Devastating EMP… 392 more words


The End of the World (As We Know It)

If I were to ask you if things are going to get better or worse, what would you say?

Perhaps you would ask me for some context, or at least a time frame. 583 more words

Peanut butter, jelly, and free association

I don’t like peanut butter,
or peanuts.
I used to tell everyone I was allergic-
my mom even went along with it,
so that if they gave candy prizes at school… 136 more words


Global Climate Change = Cooling?

Perhaps.  And it sounds like cooler temps would be worse than warmer temps:

A new Little Ice Age?

“The sun is almost completely blank,” meteorologist Paul Dorian notes. 307 more words


An Example of Cognitive Dissonance in the Church

James 3:9 is an example of cognitive dissonance.

Cognitive dissonance describes the mental stress and discomfort we humans experience, whether we’re aware of it or not, when we have two or more conflicting ideas, beliefs, and/or behaviors at the same time. 1,055 more words

Living The Bible

Memory Monday - "What's in a name?"


To tie in with Mental Health Awareness Week last week, my workplace ran a course covering topics such as stigma, depression, anxiety and self-harm. 1,089 more words