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Essays & Videos

August 28, 2023
I am not writing this for publication. I will make it available to any family or friends who are interested and might find it helpful to their own development, curiosity or understanding. But I really wrote it for myself in an attempt to answer the question posed by the Talking Heads and David Byrne in the song, Once in a Lifetime: “Well, how did I get here?” So what is written here are a set of reflections rather than a formal memoir.
April 27, 2020
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, which also marks the beginning of what I call below the modern environmental movement. In 2019 and the first part of 2020 militant demonstrations seeking an end to global warming were sparked by disastrous events generated by climate change. These included fires, droughts, floods, hurricanes and tornadoes. These disasters, long predicted by scientists and environmental activists, are associated with the melting of polar ice caps, which increased sea levels and altered climate patterns. But 2020 will also be remembered for something even more disastrous, also predicted by climate scientists and epidemiologists. A global pandemic is killing millions, closing the global economy and moving the world to the greatest economic collapse in the history of capitalism.