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Inconvenient Truths About This Weekend’s Duluth Air Show

Duty to Warn

By Gary G. Kohls, MD

Squandering the Planet’s Increasingly Scarce Fossil Fuels for our Amusement

The Big Oil cartels have, for decades, been poisoning the Gulf of Mexico, the Persian Gulf and many other oceans and ocean floors with uncounted millions of gallons of toxic crude oil via their risky, and very leaky deep water oil wells. 2,804 more words

ENERGY/OIL

Monday Musings 27/6: Of Wimps and Wildfire

I think I’ve found a way of being a misanthropic Humanist.  It’s a matter of seeing the beauty of the forest, whilst acknowledging that the trees are assholes. 3,485 more words

Writing

Weston Air Festival Fun!

Ah what a fab start to the weekend! The Weston-super-Mare air show! How lucky are we?! Last year it was all a bit of a write-off. 479 more words

Kids

8 Of The Best United States Air Shows For Aviation Enthusiasts

Airshows are a common ground to see the passion we all have for flying being represented. You don’t even have to be an enthusiast to stand in awe and marvel at the flying skills displayed by pilots and the amazing capabilities showcased by aircrafts that take to the airs and delight spectators. 781 more words

Shahram Shirkhani

Dancing On The Edge

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Living on the edge requires a special person. Someone who loves that rush of adrenaline that comes from flirting with fear or dancing around on the edge of danger. 234 more words

Daredevils Play Tennis In Sky - 1925

Above we see a classic 1925 photograph of Gladys Roy and Ivan Unger playing a game of tennis on the wings of a bi-plane above Los Angeles. 1,183 more words

Stunt Flying

August 28, 1988 - in Southerly

‘they gape through tarmac           haze

sunglasses       bridged on the scent of fuel       tongues

twitch with wonder’

Extract from August 28, 1988

Thanks to Southerly for including my poem… 16 more words

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