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23. April 2014

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Will Religion Become Extinct Before Us?

by Alton C. Thompson A recent study showed that from about 1970 to 1990 the percent of the United States population in the “unaffiliated” category—so far as religious identification is concerned—varied somewhat, but showed  no distinctive trend either upward or downward.  Since 1990, however, until 2010, the trend has been definitely upward.  The author of […]

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20. April 2014

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Total Eclipse of the Doom: Requiem for Mike Ruppert

Off the keyboard of RE Follow us on Twitter @doomstead666 Friend us on Facebook Published on the Doomstead Diner on April 15. 2014 Last Sunday Night Mike Ruppert committed Suicide. For those of you who don’t know who Mike Ruppert was, he was one of the first bloggers to investigate the ramifications of declining energy […]

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17. April 2014

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What Does It Mean To “Do Something” About Climate Change?

by Carolyn Baker at Speaking Truth to Power There is a great difference between being still and doing nothing. ~Chinese proverb~ When I speak about catastrophic climate change and the likelihood of near-term human extinction, I am often accused to “giving up” or choosing to “do nothing” about climate change. Even more charged for some […]

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15. April 2014

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Livestreamed presentation tomorrow night, and a few words about Michael C. Ruppert

Tomorrow I’ll deliver a presentation organized and hosted by Deep Green Resistance. The presentation is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Eastern time on Wednesday, 16 April 2014. The venue is Casa Puebla, 2710 Broadway, New York, New York. It’ll be livestreamed by Pauline Schneider here. ______ Same-day updates: My interview from a few weeks ago with […]

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12. April 2014

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Events from Illinois and Canada

I was interviewed by Derrick Jensen for Resistance Radio a few weeks ago. The interview will air Sunday, 13 April 2014, at 6:00 p.m. Eastern time. Catch it here. Interview will air next week. Studio presentation and subsequent interview with David Thompson in Bolingbrook, Illinois on Saturday, 29 March 2014 8 April 2014 conversation with […]

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9. April 2014

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A More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible: A Book Review

by Carolyn Baker at Speaking Truth to Power One can live in some aspects of the old and some of the new simultaneously, and in each of these aspects experience the same dynamic of crisis, collapse, the space in between, and birth into the new. ~Charles Eisenstein, A More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is […]

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5. April 2014

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To Go Extinct or Not Go Extinct, that is the Question?

Off the keyboard and microphone of RE Follow us on Twitter @doomstead666 Friend us on Facebook Simulcasted on the Doomstead Diner on April 5, 2014 Discuss this Rant here on NBL, or on the Doomstead Diner, whichever you like First folks, before dropping on this rant about my thoughts on Near Term Human Extinction, I would like […]

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2. April 2014

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Crystallizing

According to boxer Mike Tyson, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.” Industrial civilization punched the planet in the face, repeatedly. We wonder why Earth isn’t the same planet with which we grew up. We offer apologies, including recycling and hybrid automobiles, but we’re unwilling — as a society — to […]

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30. March 2014

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Planetary Hospice: Rebirthing Planet Earth

by Zhiwa Woodbury at Work That Reconnects “Truly the blessed gods have proclaimed a most beautiful secret: death comes not as a curse but as a blessing to men.” (Ancient Greek Epitaph from Eleusis) Abstract The pace of climate change continues to accelerate, and it now appears inevitable that the Great Anthropocentric Extinction currently unfolding […]

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27. March 2014

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Red Coral

by Duncan Charles Mason Googling images of the phrase “blood red coral” had only revealed an endless stream of images of red coral “crafted” into jewelry, as if it only existed set in silver or gold or in combination with gemstones and other precious materials. Only here or there on the scrolling web page did […]

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