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by bill - 2009-01-05 ( education / news / tech / computers ) [html version]

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Environmentally-Responsible Ink

by bill - 2009-01-05 ( education / tech / computers / hardware ) [html version]

This looks promising, "environmentally-responsible" ink from Dell. I
have no idea if it's any good. Leave a comment below and let us know:

Amnesty Day at the Dump

by bill - 2009-05-19 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

That sounds weird, but I just returned from the dump/recycling center, in my case the one on Omohundro Drive. I dropped off the old dishwasher along with my usual recycling and household trash.

Anyway, the woman there told me that today (Saturday, May 15) is an unadvertised "amnesty day" when you can drop off ANYTHING (other than nuclear waste, probably), and you can spread it out over three trips. But hurry, I think the centers close at 4 or 4:30.

Happy Spring

by bill - 2010-03-25 ( life / health / environment / weather ) [html version]

I am sooooo glad winter is over ... here in Nashville, anyway. I'm also glad we're not getting any flooding like North Dakota. Now, I need to make up for last year in my vegetable garden. Last year was a wash-out because of the late freeze warnings, combined with my back and knee problems.

Speaking of my knee, the hospital is still trying to collect payment for that operation because my so-called "insurance" company, Aetna - more like unnecessary middle man - refuses to pay them (around $10,000 or $4,800, depending on who you ask), saying that it was a cosmetic surgery, which they don't cover. The only flaw with their argument is that it wasn't "cosmetic surgery." Who has cosmetic surgery on their knee?! Runway models, maybe. You don't want to see me on the catwalk.

Aetna had no problem paying the surgeon, anesthesiologist and staff, just not the hospital itself, and it was for the SAME OPERATION! Pinheads. They, Aetna, are just trying to bury me in paperwork. Maybe it's my legal secretary experience, but that sort of tactic doesn't intimidate me. Speaking of legal, does anyone know of a good attorney who's been successful fighting retarded health insurance companies? It might come to that.

Speaking of hospitals, my wife Tara had a good idea: I should sign up as an IT temp with Vanderbilt hospital. They have their own temp agency for their IT staffing needs. Temp-to-perm jobs have always gone well for me because I NEVER interview well, but they like me once they see how well I work. I just don't seem to make a good first impression; not with Southern male hiring-managers, anyway. They like me on paper, then they meet me in person and sometimes seem to just have this gut-level dislike of me.

Temp-to-perm is how I got the two best jobs I've had in Nashville: first, with Healthtrust (now HCA), where I started as a temp doing Lotus Freelance presentations for the CIO, then "naturally" segued into running their email system; then in 2005, I started with Franklin Industrial Minerals (now Lhoist North America) as a temp "Application Support Specialist", or "A.S.S.", where everything was great until they were bought out by those jerks from Belgium. I almost forgot, I had another temp-to-perm job at Louisville Ladder in Smyrna (just south of Nashville) as their network admin before that plant was shut down and moved to Mexico.

E Waste (Computers, TVs, Other Electronics) Collection

by bill - 2010-05-09 ( life / health / environment / computers ) [html version]

There will be an E-Waste (computers, TV's, other electronics) collection held Saturday May 8 at the Walmart Supercenter located on Nolensville Pike a quarter mile south of Old Hickory Blvd. from 8 a.m. - 12 noon. Other sites will be announced as soon as possible.

Please visit for the latest information on the Nashville & Davidson County Disaster Relief Efforts.

UPDATE: This is old, but leaving it here for the Nashville gov't link, above.

Stop Buying Paper Towels

by bill - 2010-07-02 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

Save the rain forests and add a little style back to your dinner table. Use dinner napkins. You know, actual cloth napkins. Remember those? Your mother used to use them. Maybe your grandmother. Anyway, stop buying paper towels! It's a waste of paper, and cloth napkins are actually cheaper in the long run, anyway.

Here's another short article on the subject. No, I didn't get the idea above from this one here. :)

Environment Page

by bill - 2010-07-05 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

New technique to produce hydrogen fuel from water

Old footage from BP relief well oil blow-out:

  • Environment
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  • Raw video of Nashville tornado aftermath (2 mins)
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  • Fall is Definitely Here

    by bill - 2010-10-07 ( life / health / environment / blog ) [html version]

    It was actually cold all day today, but that didn't stop me and Elizabeth, then the pugs, from spending half of our day outside! First, we went exploring the new neighborhood being built nearby. I don't know why they're building. There's plenty of existing houses that no one wants to buy. Whatever. At least they've created lots of good dirt piles to climb up and down! But it kills me how they chop down all the trees first. It's just stupid.

    see Trees add value to a neighborhood!

    Then I came in and watched the Titans lose to the Broncos - snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, as they say when someone blows a lead - while Tara took Elizabeth grocery shopping with her.

    Then Elizabeth, the pugs and I spent a couple hours at the park. Elizabeth spent most of the time on the playground while I walked the dogs along the extensive paved little trail, with a couple breaks in there. They're pugs, not greyhounds. They - and I - need breaks.

    Winter Has Arrived

    by bill - 2010-12-16 ( life / health / environment / weather ) [html version]

    It's been snowing all day, at least an inch and a half accumulation. Earlier, I put some de-icer on the driveway in preparation for tomorrow morning. Before that, I had to walk the dogs in the snow. You know, pugs don't like snow. It just really throws them off, having to go potty on something white instead of green.

    Lying here now, blogging and watching Sunday Night Football. I've got two of the three pugs and our only cat with me, asleep.

    I'm happy to see NBC has at least ONE hit show. :) Besides, there's nothing else on. I'm not going to watch Brothers and Sisters (chick show) or CSI: Miami (pompous lead actor).

    Cool Solution to Clean Up Oil Disaster

    by bill - 2011-03-15 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    Don't know if they used any of this on the BP oil disaster last year, but good to know for future events.

    . Bring2Help2 [VIDEO].

    Ways to Save Water

    by bill - 2011-03-31 ( life / health / environment / water ) [html version]

    Great site: Ways to save water

    "Graywater is the water that goes down the drains from your washing machine, bathroom sinks and showers. When you stop to think about it, the average top-loading washing machine will use between 25 and 35 gallons of water per load. Just multipl[y] that out by how many loads you do a week, and then a month, which you can see will quickly add up to big numbers. Now imagine your shower and how many gallons that is. A lot of wasted water that is going down the drain."

    Link Between Earthquakes and Hydraulic Fracturing

    by bill - 2011-11-18 ( education / civics / politics / environment ) [html version]

    "... injecting water into deep rock formations causes earthquakes ..."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: U.S. Government Confirms Link Between earthquakes and "fracking".

    More Evidence Points to Pesticide as Cause of Mass Bee Deaths

    by bill - 2012-02-03 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    So, literally, for the sake of human survival, please stop using at least this one pesticide by Bayer!

    "A new study published in Naturwissenschaften - The Science of Nature by a leading bee expert provides damning evidence that a widely-used pesticide, even at low levels, is responsible for the recent catastrophic decline in honey bees. Dr. Jeff Pettis of the USDA's Bee Research Laboratory in Beltsville, MD led the study."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: More Evidence Points to Pesticide as Cause of Mass Bee Deaths.

    Cold Day in November

    by bill - 2012-11-09 ( life / health / environment / weather ) [html version]

    It was cold today in Nashville! The high for the day was only about 45. I guess that'll feel warm if we get that in January, but still.... It's supposed to get down to the mid-20s tonight. I know, I know. You all in Chicago and Moscow are saying pfftt!

    But that's why - among other reasons - I don't live in those places!

    Bee-friendly Plants? Think Again

    by bill - 2014-02-15 ( life / health / environment / home-garden ) [html version]

    Good info. I wonder if Ace Hardware stores are any better? Probably need to buy my plants from the farmer's market.

    "Honey bees are up against a lot these days, no thanks to a lack of action from EPA. And new data released today adds to the growing list of concerns for pollinators: home garden plants that come pre-treated with bee-harming pesticides."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: "Bee-friendly" plants? Think again.

    Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

    by bill - 2015-09-06 ( life / health / environment / home-garden ) [html version]

    "Pollinators are responsible for 1 out of 3 bites of food we take each day, and yet pollinators are at a critical point in their own survival. Many reasons contribute to their recent decline. We know for certain, however, that more nectar and pollen sources provided by more flowering plants and trees will help improve their health and numbers. Increasing the number of pollinator-friendly gardens and landscapes will help revive the health of bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other pollinators across the country.

    Looks like a worthwhile project. Click the link/badge below for more info

    You Know You're Lazy When

    by bill - 2016-12-04 ( life / health / environment / weather ) [html version]

    You know you're lazy when you check instead of getting up and going outside to see what the weather is doing! I (eventually) went outside.

    Adjusted to Winter

    by bill - 2016-12-25 ( life / health / environment / weather ) [html version]

    You know you've adjusted to winter when you walk outside to 45F degrees and think "It's not bad out here!

    Leave the Trees, Please

    by bill - 2017-03-06 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    Another reason for short-sighted land developers to leave as many trees as possible when destroying/preparing the site for the next new neighborhood.

    See Watching birds near your home is good for your mental health

    "People living in neighborhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress."

    Tornadoes Across Tennessee

    by bill - 2017-03-07 ( life / environment / weather / tornadoes ) [html version]

    Had to park under an overpass this morning to avoid tornadoes. No problems for me but one did touch down right near work. Someone said it hit Macy's (just across the Interstate).

    Actual Environmental Issues

    by bill - 2017-06-10 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    Here are some actual environmental issues we should be addressing instead of "climate change" (or screaming about the U.S. pulling out of the Paris climate treaty).

    FYI, pollution is caused by humans and should be stopped.

    "Climate change" is caused by the sun and Earth.

    5G Coming to Ohio and Tennessee

    by bill - 2019-02-07 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    [Updated: 2022-10-12 15:56:19]

    And that's not a good thing.

    See also Senate commerce hearing

    See also: Residents Sick From Church Steeple Cell Tower Radiation and Health Risks Associated with 5G Exposure, Small Cell Densification and New Wireless Networks

    How Wildlife Bridges Over Highways Make Animals -- and People -- Safer

    by bill - 2019-04-20 ( life / health / environment / wildlife ) [html version]

    [Updated: 2022-08-09 18:37:46]

    I love this!

    "Bridges for bears and tunnels for tortoises have significantly reduced the number of wildlife-car collisions worldwide."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here.

    See also Utah's first wildlife overpass

    Attract Butterflies and Bees to Your Garden by Reducing Wi-fi

    by bill - 2019-05-24 ( life / health / environment / home-garden ) [html version]

    Attract butterflies and bees to your garden, reduce wi-fi.

    "A happy garden is a wireless-free garden. Decades of research has already determined that plants and insects as well as animals and people are harmed by exposure to wireless radiation."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: attract-butterflies-and-bees-to-your-garden-by-reducing-wifi-radiation-frequencies

    See also: New-Houses-Killing-Wi-Fi

    See also: Residents Sick From Church Steeple Cell Tower Radiation

    Time for Trees

    by bill - 2019-07-20 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    Time for Trees. Another worthy cause.

    "Humankind is All organic lifeforms are facing a crisis: our ability to survive and thrive is at risk. Air and water pollution is rampant. Weather patterns are shifting at an alarming rate. Poverty is widespread. The entire globe is battling poor health for a number of reasons. And society as a whole is becoming more and more fractured.
    We must do something before it's too late.
    The Arbor Day Foundation is committed to addressing these problems through trees. Trees are an important part of the solution to many critical issues facing the planet and humankind."

    Bees Absolutely Love Cannabis, and It Could Help Restore Their Populations

    by bill - 2020-01-23 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    "New research out of Cornell University that's been published in Environmental Entomology, shows that humans aren't the only fans of cannabis...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here at Bees Absolutely Love Cannabis

    Want to Help Bees? Leave the Dandelions Alone this Spring

    by bill - 2020-02-15 ( life / health / environment / home-garden ) [html version]

    "The British Ecological Society is encouraging people to mow around dandelions, buttercups, and other flowering weeds to help pollinators...."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    Mini Ice Age Coming

    by bill - 2020-02-16 ( education / environment / climate / weather ) [html version]

    "Weather warning: Earth could be hit by MINI ICE-AGE as Sun 'hibernates' - expert claims.

    CLARIFICATION: This article was amended on February 13, 2020. The article previously only included quotes from Professor Valentina Zharkova, who said Earth could be braced for a 'mini ICE-AGE' due to the arrival of a solar minimum which could last until the 2050s. However, solar minimums are a hotly contested topic - there is no proven method of predicting solar cycles in the future nor their effect on global temperatures. We have amended this article to include the counter scientific claims from the Space Weather Prediction Center/ NOAA and the University of Reading. We are happy to set the record straight."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: weather warning ice age

    Simple Recipe for Homemade Non-Toxic Fabric Softener

    by bill - 2020-02-23 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    "Fabric softener sheets are one of the most unnecessary dangerous chemicals that you may be using in your home, and it's important that you stop. We have been gravely misinformed and maybe we believe there are some kind of standards set by our governments. Unfortunately, it seems these protection agencies, for the most part, don't have our best interest in mind. So, with that in mind, it is up to us to be aware of what we are purchasing..."

    Read the rest at A Simple Recipe For A Homemade Non-Toxic Fabric Softener

    Raw Video of Nashville Tornado Aftermath (2 Mins)

    by don - 2020-03-31 ( life / environment / weather / tornadoes ) [html version]

    See tornado video (156mb). It was taken March 11, the week after the tornado, on Eastgate Blvd. in Mt. Juliet where they have that big auto auction site you can see from I-40. If you're quick, you might notice the Garmin GPS screen in the first frame of the movie showing which street it's on.

    Thanks to the HandBrake software or here, I was able to get the file size down from 3.4gb to 156mb.

    Telling Our Tree Stories

    by bill - 2020-05-24 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    "In turbulent times, being in nature among the trees can offer a vital sense of calm, solace, and inspiration. Here, we share the stories of people who've devoted their professional lives to eco-advocacy. And this Earth Day, they share why our forests are more important than ever and what we can do--even from our homes--to ensure they're protected for years to come."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: Protecting our planet

    Pictures of Trees

    Urban Forests of Ny Revealed: the City Has 5 Million Trees

    by bill - 2020-08-06 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    "Most visitors think of New York's Parks as the only place to find trees. However, a new study found New York City has over 5 million 'forested natural areas' along with 666,000 street...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here:

    Exercising with Mask Induces a Hypercapnic Hypoxia Environment

    by bill - 2020-08-07 ( life / health / covid / masks ) [html version]

    "Medical Hypothesis titled "Exercise with facemask; Are we handling a devil's sword? -- A physiological hypothesis"claims the following: Exercising with facemasks may reduce available..."

    See also: Exercising With Mask Induces A "Hypercapnic Hypoxia Environment"

    Small Trees Could Form the Basis of More Drought-resistant Rainforests

    by bill - 2020-08-08 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    [Updated: 2023-02-13 20:55:20]

    "UK scientists found that small trees in a water-deprived area of the rainforest showed increased capacity for photosynthesis and leaf..."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: Small-trees-form-basis-drought-resistant-rainforests.html

    Forestry Technique to Avoid Cutting Down Trees

    by bill - 2020-08-08 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    "Japan's Ancient Forestry Technique Produces High-Grade Lumber With No Need to Chop Down Trees. The daisugi technique, like bonsai, is a forestry technique that involves heavily pruning the mother tree which allows narrow saplings to shoot upwards."


    Conservation: at Least 28 Bird and Mammal Species Have Been Saved from Extinction Since 1993

    by bill - 2020-09-13 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    "Researchers from the UK analysed some of the world's most threatened species and predicted how many would have gone extinct were it not for conservation...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here:

    It's Working! Video Shows Deer, Bears and More Using Utah's First Wildlife Overpass

    by bill - 2020-11-29 ( life / health / environment / wildlife ) [html version]

    [Updated: 2020-11-30 00:59:40]

    "'It's working!' wrote DWR on social media, adding, 'As you can see, the 2nd year of this overpass has been successful at helping wildlife safely migrate over busy Interstate 80 and helping motorists be much safer as well.'"

    Read, listen or watch the rest here: Utah celebrates state's first wildlife bridge, as plans underway for landmark wildlife overpass in California.

    Here are two more, elsewhere: and

    Federal Appeals Court Orders Epa to Ban All Food Uses of Toxic Pesticide Chlorpyrifos

    by admin - 2021-05-02 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    "By Julia Conley The environmental law organization Earthjustice celebrated a huge victory for farmworkers and children on Thursday after the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to ban all food uses of a toxic pesticide linked to memory loss and...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    How to Attract Ground Nesting Bees

    by bill - 2021-10-25 ( life / health / environment / wildlife ) [html version]

    "A bee is a bee right? Wrong. There are actually many different types of bee, from the fluffy bumblebee which lives as part of a large colony, to the solitary bee. While the honey bee lives in a hive, the carpenter bee prefers to make its home by drilling into wooden objects. Some varieties can sting while others cannot."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here:

    Peter Kirby on Chemtrails

    by doug - 2021-10-27 ( life / environment / weather / conspiracies ) [html version]

    You may have heard of Peter Kirby from his chemtrails research.

    Watch out for crypto. I'm not an investor and know little about it, but it seems to warrant a red flag as a scam.

    Watch on Bitchute

    Pentagon & CIA Funded Big Tech, Federal Reserve Behind XRP Crypto & more

    Radioactivity Around Chernobyl Reduced by 47% Using Only Processes of Earth

    by bill - 2021-12-14 ( life / health / environment ) [html version]

    Wow, this is great! Next stop Fukishima?

    As they committed to doing last April, on the occasion of the 35th commemoration of the Chernobyl accident, the Swiss-based company Exlterra has reported spectacular results after one year of decontamination on a 2.5 acre plot of land (1 hectare), located in the radioactive...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    See also Innovative Technology Has The Ability To Naturally Neutralize Radioactivity Around Chernobyl By 47 Percent

    It works by leveraging in particular high velocity particles, also known as positrons, to target this naturally occurring force towards radioactive isotopes that are found in the soil. This then breaks the bonds holding these isotopes together. The best part is that this happens safely because it is done under the surface of the soil.

    Let's Talk About Global Cooling

    by staff - 2021-12-14 ( education / science / environment / weather ) [html version]

    As Al Gore said (in Democrat reverse speak).

    With serious indications of global cooling, it is time to have another mini-ice age conversation with David DuByne of Adapt 2030. David and I go through some of the recent weather changes -- flooding, cooling, etc. -- the decline of the global food supply, fertilizer shortages, and more.

    See Video 20211204 020306 DuByne 2

    Aldo Leopold Quote

    by bill - 2022-03-20 ( culture / quotes / environment ) [html version]

    We abuse land because we see it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect." -- Aldo Leopold

    Wind Energy Company Fined $8 Million After Turbines Kill at Least 150 Eagles

    by admin - 2022-04-09 ( education / environment / energy ) [html version]

    All windmills/turbines with blades, no matter what they're made of, need to be replaced by one of these: a new kind of windmill.

    "Bald Eagle and Wind Turbines A company that runs wind farms was fined $8 million this week after its wind turbines killed more than 100 eagles. On Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that NextEra Energy subsidiary ESI Energy pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    U.s. Wind Energy Company Pleads Guilty for Killing at Least 150 Eagles; Ordered to Pay $8m in Fines

    by admin - 2022-04-10 ( education / environment / energy ) [html version]

    Serves them right. There's a new kind of "windmill" that has no blades, and therefore kills no birds. See a new kind of windmill.

    "By B.N. Frank Opposition to wind turbines and farms is worldwide. Experts have insisted for years that they are not safe for humans or wildlife... U.S. Wind Energy Company Pleads Guilty for Killing At Least 150 Eagles; Ordered to Pay $8M in...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    At 5,000 Years Old, Ancient Cypress in Chile May Be World's Oldest Tree

    by admin - 2022-06-01 ( life / environment / trees ) [html version]

    "In 1993, a cypress tree stump in Chile was confirmed by tree-ring-counting as 3,622 years old, showing the capacity of these slow-growing relatives of sequoia to endure through centuries. However, another scientist recently found that a living individual, known as the millennium...

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    Pictures of Trees


    Dire Warning About Chemtrails

    by doug - 2022-06-17 ( life / environment / weather / conspiracies ) [html version]

    The weather now is 100% manipulated. Chemtrails are killing the earth. These people are also killing themselves.

    It's hard to hear this guest on his phone but worth the effort.

    He mentions his documentary that the social media behemoths are trying desperately to censor.

    Worth sharing to everyone.

    When is Arbor Day?

    by bill - 2022-06-21 ( culture / holidays / environment / trees ) [html version]

    Yes, I know today (6/19/2022) is both Father's Day and Juneteenth, but I wanted to know when Arbor Day was. You know, add it to my calendar. Welp, as it turns out, that's not such a simple question. Here's the response I got when I asked the good people at "I think on a website devoted to any particular holiday, first and foremost it should show prominently near the top the date of that current year's holiday":

    Dear Bill, Thank you for contacting the Arbor Day Foundation.

    National Arbor Day is always celebrated on the last Friday in April, but many states observe Arbor Day on different dates throughout the year based on the best tree-planting times in their area.

    In Tennessee, Arbor Day is officially celebrated on the first Friday in March.

    If you have further questions, please feel free to reply to this email or call us toll-free at 1-888-448-7337. Our phone representatives are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Central Time. Thank you for supporting the Arbor Day Foundation, and have a great day.
    Sincerely, Arbor Day Foundation, 1-888-448-7337

    So, now I know.


    by don - 2022-09-13 ( life / environment / weather / conspiracies ) [html version]

    Geophysicist J. Marvin Hern argued that geoengineering is destroying Earth's biosphere.

    He said coal fly ash is what's in the chemtrails and is causing climate change and ozone holes. I have the 2-hour show if anyone wants it.

    Chemtrails Talk

    by steve - 2022-11-22 ( life / environment / weather / conspiracies ) [html version]

    They mention they noticed them in 2000 and a documentary: Watch on BitChute here

    On Monday, November 21, 2022 at 02:44:07 PM PST:

    I didn't see the links from those old shows he mentioned. He mentioned "", with whom I had some discussions. He's up in Shingle Springs. I kept showing trails and he kept saying they were just contrails. I kept studying them and photographing them (I have thousands from a few years of photographing them on bike rides) and learned that trails come to be if the plane is above 22,000 feet because the exhaust (with moisture) freezes. The more moisture in the air, the longer the trail lasts (so, trails don't last too long in the dry summer air and are frequently long in the moist winter air). I don't think a trail can be accurately labeled unless somebody samples what is exhausted, what lands on the ground is tested, or you are behind a jet and see special ports spraying stuff.

    Cold Weather Coming!

    by bill - 2022-12-23 ( education / environment / climate / weather ) [html version]

    Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2022 4:56 PM

    Holy crap, look at the lows for Thursday and Friday. That rain earlier on Thursday will freeze and make the roads impassable. We might have to postpone Christmas celebration.

    On 12/20/22 20:25:

    Holy cow. Have you ever endured such cold temps in TN? Sunday is also extreme. Not sure if we are also getting some of that here. I heard TX is also going to get it.

    Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2022 3:21 PM

    Back in January '94 when CA had its Northridge quake, our high for the day was 9 degrees.

    On 12/23/2022 6:50 AM:

    It's zero this morning, they say it might get all the way up to the teens later :-)

    On 12/23/22 06:33: Well, it got even colder than predicted. Of course, the cat wanted out last night, but she came back in before it got ridiculously cold.

    Weather modification:

    Watch on YouTube

    We are Victims of Medical and Environmental Terrorism

    by admin - 2023-02-04 ( education / news / rss ) [html version]

    We are not victims, but we are under attack.

    "I recently joined Pat Miletich and Jeffrey Wilson on their show, the Self Defense Warrior Podcast, where we discussed a wide variety of topics, including the covid jabs, artificial intelligence, the corruption of Big Pharma, Big Food and Big Ag, weather manipulation and so much more. The key takeaway is just how deeply entrenched the ..."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    1500 Scientists Say Climate Change is Not Due to CO2, the Real Environment Movement was Hijacked

    by admin - 2023-05-20 ( education / news / rss ) [html version]

    Like every other once-legitimate movement.

    "1500 Scientists Say Climate Change Not Due to CO2. The Real Environment Movement Was Hijacked..."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    Bill Gates Funding Scheme to Cut Down 70 Million Acres of Forests

    by admin - 2023-09-08 ( life / health / environment / trees ) [html version]

    Gates needs to be stopped.

    Because Earth is a closed system, the amount of carbon on the planet never changes.

    The carbon cycle is vital to life on Earth. Nature tends to keep carbon levels balanced, meaning that the amount of carbon naturally released from reservoirs is equal to the amount that is naturally absorbed by reservoirs. Maintaining this carbon balance allows the planet to remain hospitable for life.

    Read more: The Carbon Cycle for Grades 5-8, Encyclopaedic Entry, National Geographic

    Anthropogenic Climate Change Is a Fraud

    The National Geographic Encyclopaedic Entry above ends with the sentence:

    “Scientists believe that humans have upset this [carbon] balance by burning fossil fuels, which has added more carbon to the atmosphere than usual and led to climate change and global warming.”

    National Geographic must be referring to either corporately funded scientists or scientists employed by corporations. As we will see in the next section, scientists who are truly concerned about the planet and the life it supports reveal the facts.

    Anthropogenic or human-caused climate change is a fraud and has been known to be a fraud from the outset...."

    Read, listen or watch the rest here

    The 2010 Nashville Flood

    by bill - 2023-10-14 ( life / environment / weather / disaster ) [html version]

    On the first weekend of May, 2010, the Nashville, Tennessee area was hit with some serious flooding. Here's Wikipedia's entry on the subject.

    Below, are a few of the pictures my wife collected at the time. I only recently discovered these, which is why I'm doing this now. :)

    Click here for all related images

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