27. February 2015


Presentation and Workshop in New York City: Streaming Live Friday Night

The event described below will be streamed live, with Pauline Schneider working behind the camera. Click here to view. This technology depends upon a strong internet connection for uninterrupted transmission. We appreciate your patience, as we have no control over this factor. 27 February 2015, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Eastern, Project Reach, 39 Eldridge Street, […]

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26. February 2015


Edge of Extinction: Sucking on the Straw

______ I’m traveling, and will be less available than usual. Please display patience when waiting for comments to be posted. ______ Please visit the DONATIONS tab. I’m open to non-monetary donations, subject only to your creativity. For example, I would appreciate your generosity with respect to frequent-flyer miles. ______ Catch Nature Bats Last on the […]

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24. February 2015


ARCHIVED: Book Reading in New York City Streamed Live, Radio Show

24 February 2015, 7:00 – 9:30 p.m. Eastern, Spoonbill Books, 218 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, telephone 718.387.7322. Reading and signing books, with plenty of time for Q&A, wine, and cheese. Details here. This event is archived here in three parts (presented in reverse-chronological order). ______ I’m traveling, and will be less available than usual. […]

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22. February 2015


ARCHIVED: Panel Discussion at University of Rhode Island: Near-Term Human Extinction

I was part of a panel discussion on Sunday, 22 February 2015 at the University of Rhode Island. It is described below and has been archived, also below, in two parts. 22 February 2015, 4:00 p.m., Lippitt Auditorium, Room 402, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, “Panel Discussion, Near-Term Human Extinction” ______ Cross Of […]

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20. February 2015


Love’s Dimensions

Love’s Dimensions by Alton C. Thompson In an essay posted in 2013 Guy McPherson stated:   “I know too little about love.  But I’m pretty certain it’s all we have [left now].” What evidently motivated Guy’s “all we have [left now]” statement was explained a few paragraphs later: A decade ago, as I was editing a […]

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18. February 2015


Edge of Extinction: Ice-Free Arctic

  ______ New in the CLASSIFIEDS: 54 year-old woman, 2 miles from downtown Eugene, Oregon, shares her home with people actively dismantling empire. 1/5 acre site has large garden, bees, and ducks. ______ I’m traveling, and will be less available than usual. Please display patience when waiting for comments to be posted. ______ McPherson […]

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16. February 2015


The Keys

The Keys by Michael George Daniel, an activist, writer/musician/artist based in Connecticut. Daniel has an engineering background in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability studies. He is a former president of the Earth Charter Community of the Lower Valley, and currently continues to seek a satisfying response to the distinct possibility of near-term extinction. I’m […]

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