Posts Tagged: climate change

Practice makes perfect?

Yeesh. Hasn’t Mom Nature made her point already? In redundant fashion, more hurricanes formed in the Atlantic recently, once again putting up the prospect of an Atlantic storm map with three hurricanes at the same time. What used to be a delightful vacation destination has now turned out to be a disaster area…many times over…. Read more »

Imminence vs. inevitability

As I warily watch the growing storm in the Atlantic and sadly read about the dwindling storm in the southeast, I wonder how long we will have this pointless debate. Proponents of climate change point to the increasing violence of natural disasters, along with scientific data that appears to support their views and stridently demand… Read more »

Game of phones

There’s a madman on the throne! I heard a word used the other day, in one of the endless stream of talking heads discussing Donald Trump. The word was swiftly passed by and not given a second thought, but I thought, instantly, it is such the correct word. Fealty. There’s been much talk that Donald… Read more »

GNABRT Day 49 – Green Day

Nah, not the popular group (although they put out some fine music), no today’s Great North American Baseball Road Trip post is the long-delayed 411 on the start-up testing I’ve been running concurrent with my trip. If you’re a latecomer to the GNABRT blog, you can check out the (very high level) back story on… Read more »

My road trip is going to help save the planet

I’m totally serious. When the thought of my Great North American Baseball Road Trip changed into probability (and shortly into reality), a friend of mine suggested I contact Major League Baseball or Subaru to see if they wanted to sponsor me.  Later on, other friends and relatives had the same idea, but this guy was… Read more »