Cutting the grass for the first time this year, a bit earlier than usual I guess cos of global warming, I noticed this lovely satiny pillow which was larger than the palm of my hand. And I have fairly big, “guitar hands.” I’ve never seen such a red bloom in our backyard. We usually get… Read More First bloom – Happy Mother’s Day!
Introduction by Michael W. Clark, Ph.D. Sometimes I wonder if Earthpages should change and become more of a niche website. Being a Christian, whenever I look at articles like the following I cannot help but notice how my religion’s understanding of Jesus differs so significantly from the beliefs of non-Christians. That aside, this solid article… Read More Can Mahdi And Messiah Come Too Late To Redeem Us? | Rabbi Allen S. Maller
“Approximately 235,000 Canadians are homeless. Unfortunately, this number has been rising continuously over the years. With root causes such as poverty, domestic violence, or lack of employment, homelessness in Canada is becoming a booming epidemic.” Source: Homelessness in Canada: What’s Going On? Opinion: Winter time is here in Canada, which brings serious attention to the… Read More Homelessness in Canada: What’s Going On? | Opinion
Further, if hundreds of NYC buildings were to suddenly depend on electric heat, I have no faith in the city grid to rise to that level of demand. Source: NYC Hates Its Middle-Class Homeowners – Watts Up With That? Opinion: Another side to the Great Green hegemony concerning the ‘Climate Crisis.’ Myself, I do not… Read More NYC Hates Its Middle-Class Homeowners – Watts Up With That? | Opinion
Want a more sustainable holiday? Looking for an eco-friendly Christmas tree? Here’s why buying a real Christmas tree this year can help the planet. Source: Real vs. Fake—Which Christmas tree is better for the environment? Opinion: I stopped buying a real tree a few years ago. The last time I did so I almost ruined… Read More Real vs. Fake—Which Christmas tree is better for the environment? | Opinion
The climate change world runs on hypocrisy, from presidents and prime ministers to virtue-signalling billionaires and multinationals, and pious individuals. Saying one thing and doing another is the… Source: How the green blob runs on hypocrisy | The Spectator Australia Opinion: Chances are you’ve heard my objections about how the topic of climate change is… Read More How the green blob runs on hypocrisy | The Spectator Australia | Opinion
Here’s a post from August 15, 2021. Seems once again I was right on the money. As Covid becomes old news and reasonably contained in many places, the public needs something new to get hysterical about. Don’t bother reading the article, just scroll down to the red and blue graphic. It proves what I suspected.… Read More Opinion | Life’s boring without calamity..? – Reblog with New Intro
Have you ever noticed how some of the most vocal and visible climate change activists use jet airplanes instead of staying at home, humbly conserving energy? They see their ‘mission’ as so important that they deserve a free pass to pollute, all the while telling the rest of us not to. Right… https://www.tumblr.com/eptoday/667227470495383552/rising-airline-traffic-fuels-environmental Look, I… Read More Opinion | The Environmental Shakedown – A New Kind of Authoritarian Bullying?
Here’s a scene I saw the other night but waited until last night to take the photo. Walking through my neighborhood, it seems Halloween is cutesy, not scary this year. More bright lights, almost like Christmas and fewer dead bodies, tombstones, and skeletons. Maybe folks need some cheering up and feel it would be in… Read More Opinion | Halloween seems cutesy not scary this year
Shortwave is a modern looking open source Internet Radio player for Linux desktop. We take a quick look at it after its recent stable release. Source: Shortwave: A Modern Internet Radio Player for Linux Review: First, I’d like to talk about the page I’ve linked to. It’s FOSS has proved to be a no-nonsense resource… Read More Shortwave: A Modern Internet Radio Player for Linux | Review