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Good Earthkeeping Tools and Trends from August, 2018

While CNN, Forbes, MSNBC, and Business Insider all jump on Elon Musk and Tesla as if he and it are about to fail, Tesla keeps making cars and money. Short-sellers bet against such companies, hoping they’ll fail. Perhaps some promote negative stories to push that process. But Tesla keeps winning.
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Byron Says . . . (August, 2018)

Here's some of what I've posted online during August.  (Climate Comments, The Raccoon Saga, Stop-if you-must) all the while also painting my house with three colors, all purchased inexpensively because they were returns.  Here's my front door: Same day to Cleantechnica forum on EPA potential overrule of California standards, specifically a photo of a big pick-up belching out black smoke, saying “Fuck you, earth” and a second photo of a huge hurricane, saying, “Well, fuck you, too.”   Laurence Jenner  IMPOed • 6 days ago That whole Mad…

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Byron says . . . (July 2018)

If interested, here's what I sent out on-line to various forums or other communications.   7-8-18 to Cleantech on Tesla Short Sellers, specifically deliberate slam piece by New York Times Wallace  neroden • 2 days ago The New York Times hit piece on Tesla had its reporter claiming that he couldn't easily make the trip. Here's a partial list of what the reporter did in order to make a story about running out of juice... "As the State of Charge log shows, the Model S battery never ran out…

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Good Earthkeeping Tools and Trends – July, 2018

Every Tuesday morning I report at KSKQ radio about those policies and technologies that are helping rescue our environment (or that hurt it).  I've decided to post them here (Sorry the formatting is lost; I can't lay it out in a more attractive way): KSKQ 7-3-18 Good Earthkeeping Tools and Trends May was the fourth warmest May on record since measurements started in 1880.  Now, some 6,300 metrological stations take the measurements. https://climate.nasa.gov/news/2750/may-2018-was-fourth-warmest-may-on-record/ The ice is melting in Antarctica far faster than usual.  Combined measurements…

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, Lungs, and Future

Don't let the lovely sunset image fool you.  Taken weeks ago, the smoky skies here have gotten worse.  There are fires all over the west coast, burning the grasses, trees, cars, and houses in their way. I recently tried to escape to Mt. Shasta, but it was as bad there; it is impacted by fires up near Ashland and a huge one down at poor, hot Redding, California. There have always been fires.  There have always been storms.  There have often been heat-waves.  What gets…

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Eden in America – Outer and Inner

I have a new tagline on my outgoing emails: “We are born of Eden and for it.” The more I learn about our garden planet the more I am astonished and in love.  I am in awe at whatever mystery and wonder that brought creation into existence.  Why is there something rather than nothing?  I hope there’s a God to hear my gratitude.  I want to take in Eden fully and treat it with reverence, responsibility and joy.  I thank whatever Creator may be by…

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You are Here, Now: a Geology Report

You are Here, Now: a Geology Report Breaking news!  Continents Clash! But slowly.  The Pacific Ocean once beached near here where Ashland later grew.  The whole continent we now know as North America slowly slid westward over the hot magma underlying it.  The remnants of southeastern Oregon mountains started as volcanos blasting out of the same huge hot spot that now underlays Yellowstone.  The hot spot didn’t move; the continent pushed westward above it.  Similarly, Hawaii is pushing northwest over a hot spot now generating…

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Earth’s Eden: Love it or Lose it

And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. (Genesis 1:31) We are born of and live in Eden, and it lives in us.  We are made of it and for it. By Eden I don’t mean a mythical land of a biblical past, I mean the actual garden bible writers once loved, and I mean the rest of the garden that we should love.  Eden suffers both blunder and attack by us humans, exponentially-so in the last two hundred…

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AMA connection

I barely understand a new way to publish and get feedback called Ask Me Anything.  But I am signing up under a Religion and Faith category (mine being Ecological Religion) and posting a "proof" photo here as part of that process. Evidently, I'll be hosting an event related to this process this Thursday, May 3, at 3 PM.  (I assume 3 PM Pacific Time.) Hopefully, this will connect me with interested parties also using the AMA system.  If anyone from AMA comes here, look around at…

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Gurus

Gurus My first night in Bombay, sleeping on the woven mat cot, a small lizard dropped on my forehead.  “Yeow!” I jumped. “What happened?” I heard from the other room. “A lizard landed on my head!” “Very auspicious,” they said, laughing.   In the hot summer of 1971, at age 26, I had left my seminary to tour India with my guru/friend, Dr. Vasavada, and to meet his guru, the Blind Saint of Vrindivan. By the time I got my funeral director’s license in 1967…

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