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Broken Outhouse, Broken World

While camping in a state park two weekends ago, we encountered an accident scene in which a huge ash tree had been cut down and fallen on an outhouse, as shown below. 753 more words


Special Operations function in catastrophe

Catastrophe planning in the civilian world is primarily the province of engineers and management. The problem with that is engineers and management are trained for, plan for, and work in a controlled environment (what they think is a controlled environment). 879 more words

Write It Forward

Catastrophic History

The strict gradualist model of geology is challenged by the evidence of catastrophic events. These catastrophic events would have major influence over our usual assumptions of the archeological record – the emergence of agriculture and first rise of cities is assumed to be around eight to ten-thousand years ago but could date back further if we consider that the archeological consensus is tied to a gradualist paradigm that is challenged by catastrophic changes. 673 more words


Words, Words, Words

I am a writer. I’m a professional writer by trade and a creative writer by night. Written words speak to me more than anything else. 401 more words



One after the other, states around the globe keeps gold in their own country. Recently, even the Dutch move 122 tons of gold out of US. 126 more words

"I am no scientist"

Inhofe’s Greatest Climate Change Denial Hits

Posted: 11/12/2014 9:28 am EST Updated: 11/12/2014 9:59 am EST

 Senator James Imhof’s latest hits

 As you’ve likely heard, Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe — author of “The Greatest Hoax: How the Global Warming Conspiracy Threatens Your Future” — is the Republicans’ first choice to head the Senate committee that oversees the country’s environmental policy. 533 more words

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