Monthly Archives: August 2014

A mystery takes shape in Brazil

As the BRIC nations gain more financial and political power they have begun to undermine the mighty petrodollar and this new public attention to the workings of our economy is highlighting some of the evil associated with big oil bucks. … Continue reading

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Geology Sunday – Earthquake Tourism

I don’t believe that I have ever felt an earthquake, although I am told that there are many earthquakes underfoot.  Truly there are parts of North America that have a staggering number of naturally occurring earthquakes (Alaska, Yukon, California, Ontario, … Continue reading

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Looking towards a Bright Future

Ahh, so much bad news. I know that even if ignored by me, the horrible things man does to man and his surroundings will continue. But will they? It seems today that events around the world are rushing towards a … Continue reading

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Yochanan Gordon: A Zionist’s Answers Questioned

Originally posted on McTavish:
If Israel goes down the path of genocide, they lose any right to ever again mention the Nazi holocaust. On 1 August 2014 the English language version of the Times of Israel published a blog by…

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New Tailing Pond Spill

August 05, 2014: Quesnesl Lake in British Columbia is receiving “Some 10 million cubic meters of water and 4.5 million cubic meters of fine sand from the tailings pond of the Mount Polley copper and gold mine.” It has come … Continue reading

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