Of Infrastructure, Generations, School, and Families

What could those four, seemingly unrelated things have to do with each other sufficient to make a single blog post combining all of them? I received an email this morning containing a copy of an article written and published last October 2019 by Victor Davis Hanson that makes several salient points and asks a couple … Continue reading Of Infrastructure, Generations, School, and Families

Critical Definitions

There are a few words currently being loosely tossed around by various media, government, and quasi-government types that truly need some clarification. Hopefully, this post will accomplish that purpose. Prepping – acquiring needed supplies well before the need for them is seen, ie before an emergency happens. Strategic stockpiling – government GRABBING of needed supplies … Continue reading Critical Definitions

The Sun Controls the Climate, But It’s Complicated

The sun is a massive ball of ionized gas, which is structured into spinning layers, convection cells, streams, and eddies. Charged particles in motion constitute electric current, and electric current always produces magnetic fields. Anything that converts a magnetic field into an electric current, or vice versa, through mechanical movement is called a "dynamo." So, … Continue reading The Sun Controls the Climate, But It’s Complicated

Ancient Log Boat & Ancient Sea Levels

From the Yorkshire Post: THE DISCOVERY of a prehistoric boat which had been buried for more than 2,000 years beneath a farm field has already provided historians with an insight into Iron Age life in Yorkshire. But now academics say the vessel which dates back to 300BC is also helping to show how the face … Continue reading Ancient Log Boat & Ancient Sea Levels