©2019 C. Henry Martens I grew up in interesting times. One of the more interesting societal changes in my early years was the way white people were waking up to past wrongs against those people not white. There was a… Read moreReturn of the Bison
Plague is forever linked to the Black Death, a pestilence that wiped out a significant portion of humanity in Europe in the Middle Ages. It likely originated in the plains of Central Asia. But plague was not a new arrival…. Read moreHow did the plague reshape Bronze Age Europe?
©2019 Kari Carlisle Unless you’re holed up somewhere, the last few days’ conversations, no matter how long or short, have ended with “Have a happy Thanksgiving!” followed by a reciprocal wish. What does that mean, “Happy Thanksgiving”? For me, the… Read moreHave a Warped Thanksgiving with These 11 Movies
©2019 C. Henry Martens The environment is under siege. Does anyone doubt it? Aquifers are being drained, the oceans are acidifying, permafrost is melting, and animals are either going extinct or threatened or moving into cities and becoming our neighbors…. Read moreThe Extinction Rebellion Experience
©2019 Kari Carlisle The latest installment of the Terminator franchise, Terminator: Dark Fate, is edge-of-your-seat fun! See it early and see if often; the action and visuals are pure Terminator gold. Now, that being said, I must disclose that I… Read more8 Recommendations for Seeing Terminator: Dark Fate
©2019 Kari Carlisle I fell in love with the Nazis in Jojo Rabbit. While that makes me terribly uncomfortable to say, in my defense, this dark comedy sheds a truly human light on individuals caught up in the fervor generated… Read moreReview: Jojo Rabbit
©2019 C. Henry Martens It seems that veganism and animal rights/welfare advocates are presently getting more attention paid to them. In some ways this is good, and a positive result to some justified concerns. But there are some serious omissions… Read moreA Threat to Reason
©2019 Scott Strough I have a plan already devised to reverse global warming to begin with. The plan is not for me. It is for the children and grandchildren of the world, so they have the tools to deal with… Read moreGuest Post: How do you plan to deal with climate change?
©2019 Molly Carter Patriarchal societies in which women had less, little, or no power/autonomy seem to be the norm throughout history. Why was this so prevalent? What are some matriarchal societies and how did they differ from the patriarchal ones?… Read moreGuest Post: The Natural Development of Patriarchal Societies
©2014 Damian Brindle I can only imagine trying to survive in an underground bunker post-SHTF or for any reason, really. I know it sounds like a workable plan but it is, in my opinion, likely a horrible experience, to say… Read moreGuest Post: IMO, Bunker Survival is Crazy!