Category Archives: climate change

Week In Review – 31 Oct 2021

Happy Halloween! An exciting weekend indeed. Will people be out trick-or-treating versus staying home? We will wait and see. At least it’s not raining. With only two months left, the 2021 for sure will be the second pandemic year after … Continue reading

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Autumn Leaves

  One of the iconic images of Fall for me here at the Mid-Atlantic is the leaves. The Autumn foliage with its brilliant colors and the piles after piles of them fallen on the ground represent the changing season from … Continue reading

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A Humorless Time?

  Can’t remember the last time when I laughed ’till tears came out of my eyes. Hasn’t happened because the past eighteen months seem filled with constant fears, pent up frustrations, and a sense of everlasting hopelessness caused by events … Continue reading

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Avoidable Crises?

  Our world feels like it’s on fire. Covid-19 infection is killing our nurses, or at least driving them away. Wildfires are burning out of control, not only here but also abroad. And the turmoil in Afghanistan? Yes, crises seem … Continue reading

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“Code Red For Humanity”

  Sounds alarming? Yes, that is what the report issued by the UN yesterday called it. You see, we have talked about climate change long enough, now it’s becoming a crisis. Just look at the catastrophes of heat waves, wildfires, … Continue reading

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Good Bye Tokyo 2020 Olympics

  The Tokyo Summer Olympics is over.  Many involved in its planning/organizing/execution are probably glad that is the case. In hindsight this has been an Olympics like no others in history given the Coronavirus pandemic. I am, however,  sad to … Continue reading

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