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14. May 2015

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Presentation in York, England

I delivered a presentation in York, England on the evening of Thursday, 9 April 2015. With big thanks to Nick Breeze, Mike Ferrigan, David Kruger, and Edwin Moser, the presentation and subsequent Q&A are embedded below. To support my forthcoming tour in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and also southwestern Canada, click the […]

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12. May 2015

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The Future: An Unfinished Timeline

by J. Z. Colby (A German translation is provided by Wolfgang Wer here) I am a retired mental-health therapist who now writes young-adult science fiction novels, and I also do my best to interpret the climate crisis for the same audience since the crisis is so often presented in thick adult language.  I’m working on […]

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10. May 2015

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Edge of Extinction: 1, 2, 3, Unicorns!

To support my forthcoming, crowd-funded tour in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and also southwestern Canada, click the donate button below. Alternatively, click here. ______ Catch Nature Bats Last on the radio with Mike Sliwa and Guy McPherson. To catch us live, tune in every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time, or catch […]

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8. May 2015

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Is There Life Before Death?

by Carolyn Baker As the conversation about Near-Term Human Extinction (NTHE) grows increasingly deafening, I notice many people behaving as if they are already dead—and in fact they may be. Do we have 15 years, 20 years, 50 years? Should I move to another location? What’s the point of doing the job I now have? […]

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6. May 2015

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Mt. Rushmore as Symbol

by Alton C. Thompson I have a coffee cup that has pictures of wildlife on the side, but whose side is dominated by a picture of Mt. Rushmore, in South Dakota.  I probably acquired the cup on a trip that my wife and I took “out west” to Oregon in the early 1970s.  I often […]

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4. May 2015

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Motivated by Evidence

I’m often questioned about my motives for writing and speaking the unspeakable. More often, my motives are disparaged without question by people under the influence of the dominant paradigm. I understand that the burden of my message is great. I understand that the process of unlearning the lies of civilization is a difficult enterprise. I […]

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2. May 2015

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The Promise of American Life

by Alton C. Thompson It has been said of Herbert Croly’s The Promise of American Life that: If any one book can be said to offer a manifesto of Progressive beliefs, it was Herbert Croly’s The Promise of American Life. Croly (1869-1930), a political theorist and journalist who founded The New Republic, was Progressivism’s preeminent […]

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