Jason Hickel asks “Can we have perpetual growth AND a healthy ecology?”3 comments, most recent 11 months ago
The goal of this article is to highlight a few amazing scientific discoveries in the hopes that it will motivate us to create an economy based on science instead of war.3 comments, most recent 1 year ago
CNN interviews Darell Hillaire of the Lummi Nation about the Salmon Emergency, Rosalinda Guillen about the Detention Center hunger strike and Satpal Sidhu about the Arch of Healing
The Trump regime has turned its back on science and reason, endangering democracy in America.
The President’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement flies directly in the face of overwhelming scientific evidence for human-caused climate change. It calls into question his ability to lead this great nation.2 comments, most recent 2 years ago
Eric Hirst writes an overview of seasonal water use in Whatcom County - and supports his views with a well researched report that he also wrote.7 comments, most recent 3 years ago
A rainy autumn is worsening the Swift Creek landslide, and a long-term fix seems nowhere in sight.
In case you are looking for some good news in the face of the appalling spectacle of The Clinton V. Trump Reality TeeVee Show, here's some good news from [...]
Earthquake near San Juan Island felt in Bellingham late Tuesday night
Part 1: Introduction to the Bellingham Basin’s Potential for Fracking, Earthquakes, and Earthquakes Due to Fracking3 comments, most recent 5 years ago
The Tunnel Creek avalanche and three skiers’ deaths last February was a confusing tragedy. Experts killed. How did it happen?
New report suggests U.S. weather stations reporting higher temperatures because NOAA has poorly managed sensors and caused false higher readings.11 comments, most recent 7 years ago
According to Superstring theory, the universe consists of 10 dimensions, not 3 or 4. But what does this all mean?14 comments, most recent 8 years ago
Dr. Don Easterbrook looks at global temperature swings over thousands of years when CO2 remained constant32 comments, most recent 6 years ago
Earthquakes occurring in a mile or so south of Fairhaven late this evening.1 comment, most recent 9 years ago
Eric Hirst reviews this October 2009 book by Stewart Brand of Whole Earth Catalog fame. Stewart is critical of several mainstream environmental stances.1 comment, most recent 9 years ago
Tom Anderson submits this guest column. He brings attention to our local earthquake risks - and what we can do to prepare.1 comment, most recent 9 years ago
Enough has been revealed, written and said about “Climate-gate” for me to be alarmed.7 comments, most recent 9 years ago
Issues are no longer relevant when secrecy is the name of the game.1 comment, most recent 10 years ago
“At present, we are stealing the future, selling it in the present, and calling it gross domestic product.” So says renowned entrepreneur and visionary Paul Hawken at his May 3rd commenc1 comment, most recent 10 years ago
Events have forced those who earlier warned of global warming to modulate their hysteria and instead ring the alarm for catastrophic “climate change” instead.
Why the nuance? If
We expect to have clear or almost clear skies at dawn for the next few days. And, as chance would have it, the ISS - International Space Station - will be floating over Bellingham just before1 comment, most recent 10 years ago
Bill McCallum has sent us the temperature graph for March. As he notes:
While March 2009 had the same number of days with temperatures above normal, 4 of them, as did March 2008, the actual me
The book on Northwest weather has just been published. I mean _the_ book. “The Weather of the Pacific Northwest by Cliff Mass. For any person who is not a weather expert but would li
Bill McCallum is creating these interesting graphs of our monthly weather and making them available to us. We will continue to post them through December and then try to do something interesting with
Over the past few years, I’ve written in other venues about profound impacts we can expect to our daily lives from fundamental changes in a rapidly evolving world. Some of the changes are subtle2 comments, most recent 11 years ago
Bill McCallum has sent us the June chart of temperatures. As you can see, we had another cold month. Bill notes:
“Temperatures have been below normal for the past year, not just this spring.
On March 26, 2002, the US Patent Office issued Patent No. 6,362,718 B1, potentially altering the entire paradigm in our quest for the holy grail of unlimited clean energy. British journalist N11 comments, most recent 11 years ago
Bill McCallum has provided us with his unique chart for our May temperatures. This is obviously a labor of love for Bill, as he compiles the weather data from the Bellingham Airport records dating ba
It’s been a pretty sorry spring so far. With the exception of Ski to Sea weekend, our little corner of the globe has been somewhat less than a sunny paradise and more like a grey, cloudy, gloomy1 comment, most recent 11 years ago
Bill McCallum has provided us with a unique and interesting look at our monthly temperatures. Above is the chart for April 2008, with the actual temperatures compared to the normal or average tempera
OK, we are running on the new server. And the design and programming are going well. I have cautious hope the transformed site will be running by early next week. One addition will be comments. I have
Is a New Solar Cycle Beginning? This is on NASA’s site and has strong credibility. You won’t find this article on a Google news search. I’ll continue to watch this and post on it. We will be reading a
Some items that I think are neat or news and which will perhaps impact us a lot in the near future.
Do you know that today Russia withdrew from a major military arms treaty that was reached in
A little lightness for the weekend may be nice. While most ‘blogs’ include a lot of personal introspection and personal involvement in the posts, this web site has not indulged in that. I’ve not even
Got your attention? Time magazine has an article this week about our Bellingham fight over whether or not to put fluoride in our drinking water. It is worth reading.
I think putting this medici
The link to No Forced Fluoride in Bellingham is posted to the right. The pro-fluoride initiative backers - financed by Seattle powers with well-laundered money passed along to hide the sources - has s
We found the nerve endings. The fluoride proponents don’t like the word “medicine” as used in the June 16 post below. Of course fluoride in water is just that - medicine. Medicine that is supposedly h
The fluoride proponents don’t have a clue. They don’t get it. When I open my water tap, I want clean water to come out, not medicine.
These well-meaning folks think they know what I need - and
The Auditor will post election results in almost-real time this evening. First post should be about 8:15, and because of the very few races the evening count may be done by 9:30.
The first live