Category Archives: Science

Everybody Must Get Stoned

I deal with some very heavy duty stuff on this blog, the darkest side of human nature, and dealing with such stuff can tend to make you anxious and depressed; but for some reason it doesn’t get me down too … Continue reading

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A Mystery Disease

I wonder how many readers have heard of the massive gas leak in a suburb of Los Angeles that’s been going on for the best part of three months now? As a result of this gas leak, thousands of people … Continue reading

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A Jolly in Paris

‘Surreal’ is a term I seem to be using a lot just lately, and I’d certainly apply it to the climate change conference in Paris. The conference was hailed as a success, but in reality none of the agreements that … Continue reading

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The BBC and 9/11

In 2013 an opinion poll showed that 38% of Americans have some doubts about the official account of 9/11, 10% do not believe it at all and 12% are unsure about it. Interestingly, the poll also revealed that 46%, nearly … Continue reading

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A Few Good Men

In an earlier post I was talking about the arrest of Dana Durnford, who’s an anti-nuclear campaigner. Looking at the sequence of events, it was all obviously a coordinated attack on Dana by the nuke industry and the Canadian government. … Continue reading

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Mr Durnford Gets Arrested

Have I mentioned on this blog that the Pacific Ocean is not so slowly dying..? Here’s some of the latest headlines. Note that the presstitutes never mention the fact that there are 3 nuclear reactors in complete and ongoing meltdown … Continue reading

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The Chain Of Life

Earlier this week the Japan Times ran a piece which began: Thyroid cancer in local children and adolescents following the Fukushima nuclear disaster was probably caused by radiation released in the accident, four researchers said Tuesday in a report. Annual … Continue reading

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Four and a half years ago the human race entered completely new territory: never before in history had three full size commercial nuclear reactors gone into complete and ongoing meltdown, side by side on the edge of the ocean (it … Continue reading

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The Expedition for Life

Dana Durnford lives on the the Sunshine Coast, the mainland and chain of islands that stretches for a hundred miles or so north of Vancouver, in western Canada. Dana used to be a commercial diver and ran big operations on … Continue reading

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Bombs and Cherry Blossoms

Born in Tokyo in 1909, Midori Naka was a well-known stage actress of the Shingeki style. In early 1945, Naka became lead actress in the Sakura-tai (Japanese for ‘Cherry Blossom Unit’), a newly formed mobile theater group. Later that year … Continue reading

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