And now for something completely different, a bit of verse, set to music https://youtu.be/jtzPrU25q6E by O Society Feb 8, 2020 Dryad colors dance, blinding eye Idunn's golden apple, hangs from branches I love her as I always do “I am the little acorn, who becomes the mighty oak!” I call to her, or at least … Continue reading Dryad
by Lars Syll edited by O Society October 26, 2019 Paul Krugman never suffered fools gladly. The Nobel Prize-winning economist rose to international fame—and a coveted space on the New York Times op-ed page—by lacerating his intellectual opponents in the most withering way. In a series of books and articles beginning in the 1990s, Krugman … Continue reading Paul Krugman — finally — admits he is wrong!
https://youtu.be/TMrtLsQbaok by Greta Thunberg edited by O Society September 23, 2019 "This is all wrong. I shouldn’t be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean. Yet you all come to young people for hope? How dare you! You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your … Continue reading You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words
https://twitter.com/tomselliott/status/1067746578226704384 By Robert Rapier Forbes September 20, 2019 There is a great irony that spans the presidential terms of George W. Bush andBarack Obama. President Bush, widely viewed as a Texas oil man, presided over eight straight years of declining U.S. crude oil production. In the year 2000, just before President Bush took office, U.S. … Continue reading Obama Responsible for Biggest Increase in Fossil Fuels in History of United States
CJ Polychroniou interviews Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin edited by O Society September 19, 2019 Climate change is by far the most serious crisis facing the world today. At stake is the future of civilization as we know it. Yet, both public awareness and government action lag way behind what’s needed to avert a climate … Continue reading Noam Chomsky and Robert Pollin: If We Want a Future, Green New Deal Is Key
It’s called “wishcycling,” and pretty much all of us do it. by Jackie Mogensen edited by O Society September 10, 2019 If you’re like me, you’ve looked at a paper coffee cup or an empty tube of toothpaste and thought, “Is this recyclable?” before tossing it in the recycling bin, hoping someone, somewhere, would sort it … Continue reading One Very Bad Habit Is Fueling the Global Recycling Meltdown
by Karen Savage edited by O Society August 12, 2019 A group of Exxon investors filed suit in federal court against several of the company’s officials, directors, and board members for failing to protect their investments as well as the company from the risks of climate change. Saratoga Advantage Trust Energy and Basic Materials Portfolio, … Continue reading Shareholders Sue Exxon for Misrepresenting Climate Risks