Living Primitively

I have long believed after many years of study, that mankind is going to revert back to Stone Age living. This will be the inevitable outcome of the depletion of global energy supplies (oil, coal, nature gas, uranium).

Not long ago, I came across a quote (posted here) that pointed out that we have long since mined all the easily available minerals and resources found in the Earth. This is true, the rates of return on our discovery and extraction efforts is greatly diminished, and it will NEVER get any better.[...] Read More

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Current Orders Being Filled

There has been a rash of inquiries lately and a few cancellations regarding existing orders. This post is to ensure that the record remains straight regarding order fulfillments. It’s crossed my mind someone is spreading false rumors.

All existing orders are being filled. I’m am now accepting new orders, the shopping cart has been switched back on.[...] Read More

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Exclusive: No ice at the North Pole

It seems unthinkable, but for the first time in human history, ice is on course to disappear entirely from the North Pole this year.

The disappearance of the Arctic sea ice, making it possible to reach the Pole sailing in a boat through open water, would be one of the most dramatic ““ and worrying ““ examples of the impact of global warming on the planet. Scientists say the ice at 90 degrees north may well have melted away by the summer. No Ice[...] Read More

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Millionaire and Modern Slavery

This probably happens a lot more then we realize, this time the dirtbags got caught:

A millionaire who inflicted years of abuse on two Indonesian housekeepers held as virtual slaves in her Long Island mansion was sentenced Thursday to 11 years in prison.

Varsha Sabhnani, 46, was convicted with her husband in December on a 12-count federal indictment that included forced labor, conspiracy, involuntary servitude and harboring aliens.[...] Read More

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Starship Gardena

In the book, “Starship Gardenena“, (warning: plot spoiler) author Michael Krispin describes a futuristic world that is confined to a spacecraft hurtling through space.

The Hopelexians having left their home planet long before due to resource depletion, outfitting a very large near-planet sized ship with a living biodome environment. Contributing to every conceivable need they could envision, this living ship was launched through space in a last ditch effort to save their species by locating a suitable planet for habitation.[...] Read More

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Senator Dodd’s Speech at the U.S. Senate

Suggested reading, just so you can keep everything in proper perspective:

But when you’re through, the facts will still be waiting for you. Controlled death. Outsourced torture. Secret prisons. Month-long sleep deprivations. The president’s personal power to hold whomever he likes for as long as he’d like. It is as if we woke up in the middle of some Kafka-esque nightmare.[...] Read More

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Oceans In Collapse

The number of ocean dead zones has grown from 44 areas reported in 1995 to more than 400, with some of the worst oxygen-starved areas extending over 22,000 sq km.

Recent figures from the United Nations Environment Program estimate fertilisers, sewage and other other pollutants, combined with the impact of climate change, have led to a doubling in the number of oxygen-deficient dead zones every decade since the 1960s.  Oxygen Starved Oceans Rapidly Dying[...] Read More

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Quote

It has often been said that, if the human species fails to make a go of it here on the Earth, some other species will take over the running. In the sense of developing intelligence this is not correct. We have or soon will have, exhausted the necessary physical prerequisites so far as this planet is concerned. With coal gone, oil gone, high-grade metallic ores gone, no species however competent can make the long climb from primitive conditions to high-level technology. This is a one-shot affair. If we fail, this planetary system fails so far as intelligence is concerned. The same will be true of other planetary systems. On each of them there will be one chance, and one chance only. — Sir Fred Hoyle, Of Men and Galaxies, 1964[...] Read More

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