A Rant with Ruiter

On 7 November 2017 I had a conversation with Zach Ruiter of Now on the campus of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. He had already attended two of my presentations in the area. His resulting article about near-term human extinction, which fails to mention my name, is here.

During our hours-long conversation, Zach innocently triggered a rant of about three minutes from me. It demonstrates my defensive side, of which I’m not proud, and it’s embedded here. I apologized to Zach after the rant. The apology was edited out. Paul Beckwith and an unidentified man contribute the other voices on the audio recording.

 

I will continue to pursue justice in the ongoing defamation case. Please join me.

As a result of my move to Belize, the mud hut is for sale. Read the details here.

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I’m scheduled to visit Norway in December 2017. My itinerary has me arriving into the Oslo airport late afternoon 9 December 2017 and departing late morning 17 December 2017. I’m willing to deliver a presentation or two if somebody will arrange a venue. I’ll engage in the conversation few are willing to have over a meal, if there is any interest. Please send me an email message if you’d like to pursue either option: guy.r.mcpherson@gmail.com

Thanks to my volunteer booking team for seeking additional volunteers in support of my speaking tours. If you would like to host me in your area, please send a message to info@guymcphersontour.com

I’m featured in a video series that airs now and then. Catch all released episodes of the Guy, Fawkes, and Jamen show here.

I’ve received several requests for a workshop focused on emotions for people who accept the evidence underlying our near-term demise. Such a workshop is described here. It is generally available at the homestead I occupy in Belize.

I’m booking guests at the mud hut. For details, click here.


McPherson’s latest book is available in audio, and can be purchased here. Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time is intended for ages 11 and up.

Mugs, tote bags, iPhone cases, tee shirts, and other pragmatic goods affiliated with the book are available here