Tag Archives: fukushima

Farewell Michael C. Ruppert (updated)

  Michael C Ruppert’s six part series Apocalypse, Man, put together by Vice TV late last year (UPDATE 1/30/2019): YouTube has removed the series episodes and you can now view the whole thing here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN6O0WD9Y0c .Michael C Ruppert died a few days ago, by his own hand. For those of you not familiar with him, […]

Slouching toward veganism

Full disclosure: As I type this, there’s a pound of Virginia farm bacon atop my refrigerator (fully cured, needs no refrigeration). ┬áThere’s chicken in my freezer (it was dead first). Eggs sit uncracked in the fridge, next to the cheese and the turkey sausages made with sun-dried tomatoes. The other night I ate at a […]

What if they don’t plan to tell us? A Halloween tale

I’m sure it has something to do with the time of year, but I’ve been thinking about nightmarish things lately. And most of them are real things. Even the debt ceiling/government shutdown debacle is something of a joke when you think about it. Yes, it would be… embarrassing if the US defaulted and bad things […]

Fukushima in focus–this week’s Sex and Politics

This Thursday on Sex and Politics, We’ll be speaking to Karl Grossman. Grossman has spent the last few decades writing about all things nuclear–everything from nuclear power to nuclear weapons to NASA’s use of plutonium power to drive its satellites. He’s a frequent citation in Project Censored, which tries to share stories that are well-researched […]

Revisiting the Superbowl blackout

Five days ago, I sounded off on the failure of the lights in the Superdome during the Super Bowl. My point was that we are falling apart as a country when it comes to technology. It has been some 40 years since we got to the point we were landing men routinely on the Moon, […]

Doomer porn: Bigger, longer, uncut

Apologies to the South Park fans. As I mentioned in a previous post, I was out of town last week in order to deal with the settling of a family estate down in Virginia. Though not overtly religious, my parents (the decedents) had apparently considered themselves something other than mortal and had not made the […]