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Science – The Petroleum Priesthood

by Liam Scheff What we don’t understand (because we don’t see the road leading from antiquity to the present) is that what we call “Scientists” are actually priests to the god of petroleum. Everything we do, eat, touch, see, taste, have, wear, share and think we love is made of, covered by, sprayed with, machined […]

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Fukushima Predictions at the Commencement of Mass Denial

by Liam Scheff This week, the Yakuza and debt-asylum otherwise known as TEPCO has begun, in full force, its destruction of the world, via an increasingly dangerous and heavy radiological spill and run-off in coastal Japan (which is attached to every other Pacific coast by virtue of the salty pond between America, Hawaii, China and […]

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The New World

by Liam Scheff Proposition: We’re doomed, and we more or less deserve to be. We’ve done ourselves in. Our food, our water, energy, culture – everything about us is reeking of imminent death – or, at least, of strenuous, aching decline. I’ve named the five harbingers of our forthcoming expulsion from Eden 2.0. See if […]

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What’s a Sievert? (Damn! We’re in a Tight Spot!)

by Liam Scheff Hot Damn! Did you know that there are funny people running round who think that radiation is safe and harmless? Yes, even the nuclear kind. No, really! So, let’s look at data and questions that arise when examining the field of nuclear fission: How many millisieverts per hour can a human being […]

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Collapse or Contraction? Energy Show Tonight 9-1-2013

TONIGHT – Ce Soir, Esta Noche on The ENERGY Show! How does the world end? With a bang, or a whimper? Does it COLLAPSE? Or… Contract? We’ll spool out collapse-contraction scenarios, from most to least probable, and least to most hopeful… Listen and Download. I’ll read your contributions on the Chat Room Page. And take […]

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Good Times! Nuclear Wind Farms, Black Rain and Sex for Profit – Weekly News Round-up

by Liam Scheff It’s the theme song of today, boys and girls. It’s… GOOD TIMES. What’s happening out there? No nuclear emergency YET -  but Pennsylvania wants YOU to know that it cares: “The Department of Health will provide free potassium iodide tablets Thursday, Aug. 8, to Pennsylvanians who live, work or attend school within […]

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Event: Fukushima is the Only Story Today

by Liam Scheff Event: Fukushima is the Only Story Today Location: Your Town. Goal: To convince world governments that NOW is the time (now is far past time) to deal with Fukushima as an international event. Everyone in the world has a stake in trying to fix this disaster. We’re not doing it. We’re waiting […]

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This Is Not Free Energy

This is Not Free Energy by Liam Scheff Liam, you pessimist! You don’t believe in free energy? Well, no. No, I don’t. I’d be very cautious about wishing for such a thing, given how human beings use the expensive energy we have now. Don’t get me wrong, I embrace the search for new energy sources […]

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News of the Week: Die-Off, Ahoy!

by Liam Scheff Do you ever wake up, look at ‘las noticias,’ and realize: “Yeah, this civilization is cooked. Die-off ahoy!” In Brazil: “More than 80 tons of fish suffocated in the Rio de Janeiro lagoon that will be used for Olympic rowing events in 2016, causing an ecological and olfactory nightmare in the Brazilian […]

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460 is the Unluckiest Number

by Liam Scheff Q: Is 460 a troubling number? How about “460 tons?” A: Tons of what? Cheese doodles? No. French fries? No. Unspent nuclear fuel sitting on the 3rd and 4th floor of a shaking building already damaged by tsunami-earthquake trauma? Why, yes. That 460 IS a troubling number. Four-Hundred-Sixty tons. (Metric? Short?) if […]

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