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reviewed Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fai.... June 02, 2009
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
The main theme of this lengthy and substantial book is that human beings invariably leave too great a footprint and that, given current human population levels, we've now just about infested the entire …
reviewed Wolf Totem: A Novel. May 14, 2009
Wolf Totem
What a great book this could have been.   During the Cultural Revolution, a Han Chinese student from Beijing, with intellectual family affiliations, which made him double suspicious to the tyrants …
reviewed Gardening Eden: How Creation Care Wil.... April 21, 2009
Gardening Eden: How Creation Care Will Change Your
Gardening Eden by Michael Abbate is a thoughtful response to global warming and Christianity. Global warming has been a hot topic on the news for the last several years, and the Church's response has …
reviewed Strategic Ignorance: Why The Bush Adm.... December 23, 2008
Strategic Ignorance
I tend to go along with Republicans on quite a few issues but I definitely part company with them on the environment.  If you listen to the likes of Rush Limbaugh there is absolutely nothing to be …
reviewed Against The Grain: How Agriculture Ha.... December 13, 2008
Against The Grain How Agriculture Has Hijacked Ci
Walk into to any supermarket and you probably feel very good about all of the choices you have.  After all, the average supermarket carries more than 45000 items these days.  But if you are …
The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring
Pros: One of the best true narratives I've ever read.     Cons: Not one.     The Bottom Line: This is a wonderful factual account that reads like exciting fiction.    …
reviewed The World Without Us. February 10, 2008
The World Without Us
You don't have to be an environmentalist wacko to be amazed and concerned by Weisman's accounts of how badly we have damaged the world we live in, and how quickly our modern monuments like New York City …
reviewed The World Without Us. December 24, 2007
The World Without Us
Just for kicks, let's say that everyone on the planet just disappeared. No, this isn't a review of I Am Legend. It's the premise of the book The World Without Us by Alan Weisman. Weisman looks at how …
reviewed The Revenge of Gaia: Earth's Climate .... May 04, 2007
The Revenge of Gaia: Earth's Climate Crisis and
Pros: It is short     Cons: Throw a dart as I like to say     The Bottom Line: Lots of problems, no solutions. Lots of bad news that is not always accurate, so …
reviewed Microcosmos. August 26, 2006
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Microcosmos
This movie has some really brilliant photography. You can see a whole variety of insects closer than you ever thought - or wanted to. The music goes very well with what the insects are doing, and it is …
reviewed Microcosmos. June 18, 2006
Microcosmos
The name itself is quite an oxymoron mostly because there is nothing micro about this grand, high quality movie. There are no actors and special effect as nature takes front stage and manages to impress, …
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