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-- 300-400 tons of radioactive water flowing into the Pacific every day; "What is that doing to the Pacific Ocean?"

From ENE News

February 21, 2017

Arnie Gundersen, former nuclear engineer (emphasis added), Feb 2, 2017: “When I went to school, the saying was ‘dilution is the solution to pollution,’ and that’s what the Japanese believe. 615 more words

Weekend Escapes

TS Eliot may have said April is the cruelest month, but he lived in England and knew nothing about the true rigours of February. February is grim and only grows grimmer as the month wears on – the snow melts, everything is damp and grey, and the idle snowflakes of January have turned into incessant drizzle and high grey clouds. 564 more words

British Columbia

out of a fog

As I mentioned in an earlier post, my life has been fairly stressful lately.  I’m not sure I’ve been coping well with it.  Actually, I don’t know if I’ve been  424 more words

How I turned a scrap van into a home #vanlife

For those who have been following me on instagram for a while, you know I arrived in Seattle not so long ago, by train from Vancouver. 125 more words


Las Vegas: Aria Resort and Casino

In the summer, when my family and I took a road trip all throughout Arizona, we left the state to go to our next stop, Las Vegas, Nevada. 1,183 more words


Listen... Dom Kennedy x Hit-Boy "Half-A-Mil" EP

Accidental discovery. Last night, after watching a documentary about the late Brooklyn emcee Half-A-Mill titled “Player Hating: A Love Story” I went on the prowl for more of his music. 86 more words


Light and fluffy Cheese muffins with a sweet marmite glaze

Returning to our holiday retreat this year was another soul cleansing experience. The West Coast of South Africa offers tranquility and beauty in abundance, one of many reasons we keep going back to the very same place. 375 more words

South Africa