Emerging Superstorm Juaquin and the Bank of England

This post originally looked at emerging superstorm Juaquin and the damage it was expected to cause to the east coast of the US.  But, praise the Lord, in the hours after this post was written the storm unexpectedly turned its track to the east and is expected to blow itself out at sea.  This being […]

End Time Chart – As Promised

I had the privilege of presenting a Planet In Distress series at the Portsmouth Seventh-day Adventist Church in Portsmouth, New Hampshire this Friday and Sabbath, and I promised them that I would post the end-time chart that I use.  Here it is!

I’ve Never Seen This Before — 105 Earthquakes Above 2.5 In The Past 24 Hours

This is just a brief post.  It is Saturday night where I am and I am checking the usual charts and graphs and reports that I track daily.  One of those reports (and graphs) is from the USGS and it tracks all earthquakes in the world above 2.5 (Richter Scale) in the past 24 hours.  […]

Record Fire Season in the US: It’s a Systems Problem

When God created the world, He did so in a highly organized, highly intentional way.  He knew what He was doing and He created a fantastically beautiful, amazingly well organized world.  He used systems to organize this world and make it sustainable–our atmospheric system, our hydrospheric system (all the surface water on the planet), our […]

China, Commodities, the Stock Market, and Societal Instability

Two months ago I posted an article on the effect China’s stock-market collapse would have on the world.  It was a quick thumb-nail sketch that focused on what I expected to happen to other stock markets and other economies around the world.  I was, essentially, trying to look at what would happen when the world’s […]

Muslims Join: The Religious Coalition Against Global Warming Just Doubled In Size

There are 1.6 billion Muslims in the world, and today many Muslim religious leaders issued a joint statement from a meeting in Turkey calling on all Muslims but especially on developed countries to lead the switch to renewable fuels and reduce CO2 emissions so that global warming does not cross the 2C threshold.  Their argument […]

The World’s Oceans In Disarray–What Is Wrong With This Picture?

Take a good, hard look at the image below.  It is a representation of sea-surface temperature anomalies the world over (“sea” in this case including large lakes).  I count eight serious things that are wrong with this picture, and I’ll take a few minutes to describe what they are and how they are impacting human society […]


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