When what is happening in your world doesn't make sense, when it doesn't conform to your beliefs about how things should work, it's time to ask hard questions.
How Does the World Work?
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The Human Condition
Question Everything: Series Indexes
This link will provide a set of indexes to the posts in various series.
University of Washington Scientist: Fake News is Real News, Somewhere
Spring Equinox - 2017: The End of the Beginning of the End
Some Thoughts on the Winter Solstice 2016
Some thoughts on future postings
A New Human Society - Part 5
A New Human Society - Part 4
A New Human Society - Part 3
A New Human Society - Part 2.
An Autumnal Equinox and A New Human Society
The Coming Equinox
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Approaching the Limits to Growth
Paul Chefurka's blog - Still going strong.
A blog by Ugo Bardi, one of the world leaders in understanding peak oil and resource depletion. A professor of physical chemistry at the University of Florence, in Italy.
Welcome to the Doomstead Diner! Here you will find a great hub for discussion and information pertaining to the ongoing Economic Collapse of the Industrial Economy.
Phil Henshaw's website
James Howard Kunstler
The Long Emergency
Nature Bats Last – Guy McPherson's blog
Guy is a professor emeritus of natural resources, ecology, and evolutionary biology. Good essays on our predicament.
Open to persuasion… - David Price
Open reasoning in a complex world
Our Finite World | Providing a wide view of what may be ahead
Gail Tverberg's (Gail the Actuary from the Oildrum) blog dealing with peak energy.
People and Place: Ideas That Connect Us
Ecological and Biophysical Econ and many other topical matters. From their About page: "Part weblog, part web-based journal, People and Place hosts an inquiry on ideas that connect us."
Regional Communities - "Think Local Planet, Act Regionally." ©
For support of regional efforts to make a better world.
The Big Picture
Macro perspective on the capital markets, economy, technology & digital media
The Consumer Trap» Commentary on Corporate Marketing and Culture
The Oil Drum | Discussions about Energy and Our Future
The Watermelon Blog
Biophysical Economics Web Site (Charlie Hall)
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The Human Condition