Posts Tagged ‘peak oil’

Approaching the Collapse: Don’t Panic, Go Organic

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So-called “business as usual” is neither sustainable, nor even possible, for much longer. Out-of-control energy corporations, Wall Street, the Pentagon, agribusiness/biotech corporations, and indentured politicians have driven us to the brink. They tell us: don’t worry; trust the experts, things will soon return to “normal.” But reality and common sense tell a different story. Read more:

Approaching the Collapse: Don’t Panic, Go Organic.

As The World Economy Crumbles What Do I Do?

The following link is a basic step 101 to being prepared in these times of uncertainty. With the economy struggling with it’s last breaths we have become more aware than ever of the fragile nature of our complex and highly interconnected life support systems. We depend so much on the modern conveniences of electricity, food at the grocery store, water at the tap and fuel at the gas pump for our mobility. What if these things break down? Not to mention the complexity of everything now dependent on computers and the internet. Having been a boy scout I am ever more respectful of the motto ‘Be Prepared.’ That is why I created this blog with lots of info and resources on things you can do to be prepared. I hope you find this blog and the following info useful in the times ahead.


The Peak Oil Crisis: Reality On Hold | Falls Church News-Press Online

The Peak Oil Crisis: Reality On Hold | Falls Church News-Press Online.

Gas prices in ‘firing range’ of all-time high –

Gas prices in ‘firing range’ of all-time high –

Fox Reports Massive Food Shortages! THIS YEAR 2011!!!

Now is the time to really stock up on your food storage. Get your six free meals and order some excellent dehydrated meals at: Check out more news on the news page.


Are You Suffering From ‘Solastalgia’?
By Carolyn Baker Phd
In a New York Times article entitled “Is There An Ecological Unconscious?”, author Daniel B. Smith describes an emotional state described by Australian professor, Glenn Albrecht, known as solastalgia, a word combining the Latin word solacium, which means comfort, and the Greek root, algia, which means pain. Specifically, Albrecht defines solastalgia as “the pain experienced when there is recognition that the place where one resides and that one loves is under immediate assault . . . a form of homesickness one gets when one is still at ‘home.’ ”

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