Tag Archives: disasters

Photolog 16: Thunderbird Lake

This time I wasn’t going to accept failure. After using Google Street View as a sort of recon, I decided to take a different approach in case the washouts weren’t all fixed. Today’s ride began like the Brutal Loop, heading … Continue reading

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Photolog: Settling a Mystery

For a very long time, the maps all showed the snaking road along the flood bank of the North Canadian River connecting NE 63rd and Indian Meridian as private land and no thoroughfare. Then, a couple of years ago, the … Continue reading

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Some Missed Opportunities

We knew some years ago that the US government had planned to destroy, or at least disrupt, the governments of seven countries, with Iran the last link in the chain. We know this because the Brookings Institute published Which Path … Continue reading

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Fukushima: Not Much You Can Do

If you bother to read this blog, one of the basic concepts you have to tolerate is the biblical doctrine of the Fall. Not so much the traditional Western Christian view of it, but you have to understand that our … Continue reading

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Just a Nutcase

So here’s what I see coming for Windows users: Windows 10 will be a buy-once-update-forever kind of thing. You won’t get much choice on updates and feature changes. If you have it, you have to accept anything MS wants to … Continue reading

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God’s Bow in the Clouds

“I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow … Continue reading

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Muffled Cries of Injustice

You cannot justify ever trusting anyone representing the government system. No, it’s never 100% the same in all places at all times. Rather, I offer here a description of trends. But as surely as God exists, you cannot possibly hope … Continue reading

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