Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Pentagon Planners Ignore Their Own Threats To Earth

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (BOAS) has warned since the 1940’s it is elementary information that the presence of city/country destroying nuclear weapons is the most serious environmental threat to Earth. In 2014 there are nearly 12,000 nuclear weapons on our threatened Earth, most in US and Russian arsenals. In November 2004 Pentagon planners warned [...]

By | October 31st, 2014|Climate Change, Op Ed, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

You May Smell But Not See An Oil Spill

COMMON DREAMS news source of October 19, 2014 reported: “Major Oil Spill Strikes LA” - Threatens water ways, wildlife in Caddo Parish.” THE WALL STREET JOURNAL was quoted in COMMON DREAMS, claiming the Sunoco Mid-Valley spill was perhaps the major oil mishap of the year in the US. Friends in Louisiana seemed to know nothing [...]

By | October 26th, 2014|Corporate Responsibility, Environment, Stories|0 Comments

Will Pentagon Prophetic Predictions Be Respected By A Slumbering Nation?

President Bush was adamant in rejecting climate change and global warming as threats to the planet. In November 2004 the Pentagon issued a report declaring “Global warming is a greater threat than terrorism.” The Pentagon warning received little publicity and is all but forgotten. Ten years later the lesson had to be repeated. With the [...]

By | October 14th, 2014|Climate Change|0 Comments

Elected Officials Attempt To Vote Commands For The Atlantic To Cease Rising

The US National Park Service knows without doubt lighthouses along the Atlantic and Pacific had to be moved back from coast lines because a determined rising ocean is lapping away at the foundation upon which such impermeable structures stand. Cape Hatteras (North Carolina) lighthouse is the most recognized and visited historical structure. The famous lighthouse had [...]

By | October 10th, 2014|Environment|0 Comments

Where Have All Her Classmates Gone?

When Eunice Blanchard Hebert (August 27, 1907 – September 27, 2014) was buried on October 1st, Fr. Jody Simoneaux gave a warm eulogy for her in St. John’s church of Jeanerette, LA where Mrs. Hebert spent her century and seven years of life. In his farewell message Fr. Simoneaux quipped: “Where are all her classmates?” [...]

By | October 7th, 2014|Stories|0 Comments