Love – What’s Church and State Got To Do With It?

Our system of modern marriage is a land-holding and child-rearing agreement that favors the state at every turn. It is a kind of slavery to an idealization of feelings – a snapshot of a moment – a lovely, passionate moment,… Continue Reading

Astronomers Slowly Begin To Realize Official Stories is Better Than NASA’s Thinking

If you read my book, “Official Stories,” you’ll learn in Ch.9 that we are on an electromagnetic planet in an electromagnetic sea of charged particles; a plasma – which forms in distinct patterns, cords or currents, tubes and layers. No,… Continue Reading

Elon Musk’s New Battery Will (Not) Save The World From Itself

by Liam Elon Musk (innovator, inventor, engineer; formerly of Paypal, now of Tesla car company) is asking us to breathe a sigh of relief because soon every home will be running off of a battery – a “Powerpack.” It’s a… Continue Reading

The Future of Energy (is in the hands of the people who gave you big pharma, war for oil, the war on drugs, and other big misses).

by Liam Scheff for the Robert Scott Bell Show. The future of energy is not in your hands – but it should be! On today’s show (3/27/16), I’ll tell you why planting food trees in your town is a better… Continue Reading

Does CO2 cause Global … Everything? (Or, Water for PEOPLE, Not Cows)

by Liam Scheff California’s drought has kept me up for days reading about water use. I’ve learned what I already knew – and it’s the reason I stopped eating big animals 24 years ago. A number rising to half of… Continue Reading

Be prepared to grow food: This Moment In Oil and Cultural Decline

By Liam Scheff Realities and predictions: Energy, water and food are all on the decline. With the imminent surrender of California to “reality” (aka, it’s a desert, everybody, and it always was!), food in the U.S. is about to become… Continue Reading

Water Crash and Cannibal California

It’s Liam with a message of… disaster! It’s Collapsifornication! California has a year of water left, says NASA, at current usage rates. The rationing, price-hikes, price-gouging, ruination of livelihoods, businesses and economies begins now! Get there early for a front… Continue Reading

Sensual Lessons – A Review Of “The Truth About Love” by Joan Shenton

The “Truth About Love” by Liam Scheff Review by Joan Shenton You’ll enjoy this book if you read it slowly because the best sex is taken slowly and this is a minutely detailed romp, which occasionally breaks into a sweaty… Continue Reading

Love – Not By The Book – A Review of The Truth About Love – by Faith Dyson

by Faith Dyson I’m not sure if ‘The Truth About Love’, Liam Scheff’s new semi-autobiograhical novel, is all true, or not, but it’s the kind of story that makes me wish it is. It’s a modern-day Romance, not so much… Continue Reading

A Welcome Voyeur – A Review of “The Truth About Love”

by April Boden, Truther Talk and Aydan’s Road to Recovery ‘The Truth About Love’ is a funny, sexy, heartwarming and introspective look at what else… love. It starts by following the life of young, sympathetic artist, Will, who has just… Continue Reading

First Review of Truth About Love – Can You Handle The Truth?

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First web review of my new book: by Cari-Lee at Recipe for Anarchy After all of the ridiculous hype over the 50 Shades fiasco, myself, along with many others put a cry out for something a lot more real for… Continue Reading

50 Shades of Grey is Not Sexy, It’s Depressing

50 Shades of Grey is not a sexy book. It’s a depressing book written by a depressed English TV executive mom who does not know sex. The book series that started as Twilight fan fiction…pause….is about a 22-year old virgin… Continue Reading

Judeo-Christianity-Islam vs. Taoism

Judeo-Christianity-Islam: You are the subject slave of Gods. Taoism: You are the universe pretending to be you. Christianity: 1. Directs you to believe that a vengeful murderous mountain deity (Yahweh/Jehovah) promised a very specific group of desert-dwelling people at a… Continue Reading

One Pump Away from Zombie-Land

by Liam Scheff The drought in California is noticeable as soon as you step outside your apartment; the air is dusty, the air at a distance is a brown cloud, the earth is pure dryness; the soil yellow-brown, the leaves… Continue Reading