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  • Climate Change Round-up

    Seems to me that that a central theme of most studies and news coverage these days have the theme that global warming and the various problems/symptoms it causes are happening faster than previously thought. With each passing year the time frames for action grow shorter and the time frames in which we can expect to […]

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  • Peak Oil Round-up

    Just a sampling of the many recent peak oil articles floating around. The Sacramento News and Review sketches out what a city such as Sacramento might look like in our peak oil future. One of the better articles on Peak Oil that I’ve seen in a while in that it provokes contemplation of what we […]

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  • Podcast: Climate Change and Peak Oil

    Been awhile since I put out a podcast. With the recent release of Apple’s new version of GarageBand in iLife 06 I was curious and thought I’d try it out. The file is a bit bigger than previous podcasts but includes photos. Kinda neat I suppose. Up for discussion: climate change and peak oil. Nothing […]

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  • No progress in Iraq

    Iraq looks worse everyday. Bombings, kidnappings, and torture continue as a part of everyday life. US soldiers continue to die at a steady rate: 2003: 486, 2004: 848, 2005: 846. Iraqi casualties? 40,000? 80,000? 100,000 or more? Juan Cole has posted an update on the ever continuing decline of conditions in Iraq: Under Iraqi law, […]

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  • Of blogging and living

    As I said in the comments in the previous post, I really appreciate all those that stopped by and commented. I’ve not posted since then and had not posted for many days before that post. I’ve been thinking a lot about why I have a blog and I’m just feeling kind of stuck. I suppose […]

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  • Apparently I’m bored…

    Or uninspired… or something. I’m thinking for the first time that perhaps I’ll close this blog down. It’s funny… I get 1,000 hits a day on an old post about iPod problems I was having but the rest of my blog? Not so much. I think my most current posts typically draw in 20 – […]