An idea I’ve been playing with lately is the role of guns in warfare. This is a highly controversial topic right now, which is part of why I’ve been a bit hesitant to write anything on the subject. Additionally, I am wholly aware that my thoughts on them are more than a little idealized. I’m […]Read more "On Warfare"
Originally posted on Earth Network .news:
Source: Cartoon: Climate change denial winter exercises
The other day, I got into a heated argument with your stereotypical, holier-than-thou Christian woman (not that I have anything against Christians- I definitely do not- but this is the type of person that gives Christians a bad name). In a post she wrote, tagged under “equality”, she argued that gender roles are not only […]Read more "On Confrontation"
Originally posted on Pertinent Problems:
As long as nations are dependent upon other nations to provide energy, their energy security will always be under threat. Only through using renewables can nations ensure their own energy security. Energy security can be defined as the association between national security, and the availability of natural resources for energy…
This is just a quick list of the things I’ve thought of to learn. I really don’t know much about any of these things, as I haven’t learned them yet. Any additions, as always, would be very welcome, as I’m sure that I’ve missed at least several obvious things and many more that are less […]Read more "List to Learn"
Work as if you could prevent tomorrow’s death: This is definitely the most talked about aspect of the situation- the current environmental crisis and what we can do to remedy it. There are countless sources out there detailing how you can help with this- from recycling to buying from sustainable sources to donating to environmental […]Read more "You, Today (Part 2- Work and Learn)"
Originally posted on 360 by bike:
爥 A wildfire carried by wind, Consuming life before realization, so alive that rain-soaked moss withers and lights, Whips across miles, Like dust in a gentle breeze For the orbital lens ? ? An ember rests deep in the ashes Ripples its old light out in darkness The bond tears, the grain cracks…
Originally posted on Pretending Not To Panic:
The head of sustainability at Ikea has declared that we’ve reached Peak Stuff. That’s an interesting assertion from a furniture and household goods retailer because it challenges the very concept of their consumer based business. Though he didn’t define how that will change the products for sale, it…
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Gandhi At the beginning of my journey, I wrote pages and pages of thoughts on how I should continue with my life having been introduced to the severity of this impending disaster. My plan, originally, was to type […]Read more "You, Today (Part One- Live)"