Category Archives: Human Behaviour

Michael Crichton’s, ‘State of Fear’


His novel ‘State of Fear’, was published in 2004.  I have recently managed to obtain a copy and have now had the opportunity to read this enthralling, incredible story. A fulfilling Father’s Day indulgence of reading all day long. I … Continue reading

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Lima Declaration act of 1975. (Is treason involved?)


This video appeared as a Facebook post in a group whose interests relate to self-sufficiency. Although the relevance is indirect it is meaningfull. Heading edited to introduce some controversy! Are the claims and information legitimate?  A great deal of political … Continue reading

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When to Trust the Experts (Climate and Otherwise)


This refers to Scott Adams’s Blog,  “Dilbert”, a really interesting and commonsense article posted 11th Sept 2017. Our duo of hurricanes, Harvey and Irma, have elevated the perceived risks of climate change in a lot of people’s minds. Are these … Continue reading

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John Pilger’s “On the Beach 2017 -The Beckoning of Nuclear War”


Here is an intelligent look at the current military status – the brink of world war III. Scary in its accurate scenario description. A gem from John Pilger, ‘johnpilger.com‘: The US submarine captain says, “We’ve all got to die one … Continue reading

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Politics Disguised as Science: When to Doubt a Scientific ‘Consensus’


Makes a lot of sense. When we see public marches supporting some scientific issue, it suggests a degree of desperation. One wonders what could possibly be wrong with the “science” if it does not stand proudly on its own merits? … Continue reading

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U.N. Climate Chief: We’re ‘Intentionally’ Transforming The World Economy


Here we have the “Climate Change” agenda spelt out in clear terms. Will readers start to consider the real scenario being so different to what the media tells them? Apparently not, from previous experience. Economic Systems: The alarmists keep telling … Continue reading

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The Rise of Scientific Fundamentalism


A brilliant article published by ‘Green Med Info‘, posted by  Larry Malerba, DO Contrary to the beliefs of some, science is not an impenetrable body of settled fact that must be defended at all costs in the name of truth. When … Continue reading

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Peace, Not Russia, Is Real Threat to US Power


Selecting items deserving exposure for posting here is no easy task. From a choice of about 20 each day, the occasional one stands out for its overall importance to most people. Many others get a share on my Facebook timeline … Continue reading

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Dear Lame Stream Media, MSNBC in particular, and TPTB, per Trump


If readers would like to get an overview of the American ‘state of the nation’ and an insight into the Presidential hopefuls, this entertaining, commonsense article by a very intelligent, knowledgable and experienced blogger is a worthwhile read.   Chestnuts … Continue reading

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Waxing Philosophical.


A’ thoughts’ post born of a sleepless couple of hours one night. Not exactly meditating which would be an inward trip, but trying to understand the big picture. An attempt to incite a serious response. The universe. Unlike the classic … Continue reading

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