Monthly Archives: January 2013

Canadian Drivers

The busiest freeway in North America (one of the widest and busiest in the World) is the segment of Ontario King’s Highway 401 (the MacDonald Cartier Freeway) which passes through downtown Toronto. It was designed in the fifties and the … Continue reading

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Mortality

Not really a very amusing fish That is a small word but it seems to loom awfully large when you see it at the top of a blank page. I suppose it depends to some extent on the circumstances and … Continue reading

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Ontario Tories call for halt to wind turbines after gov’t documents released The tip of the Iceberg On January 8 I had a letter published in the Kingston Whig Standard criticizing the Ontario Minister of the Environment’s (MOE’s) approval of the … Continue reading

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More Smoking Guns

A Comprehensive Treatment of a Complex – and Still Unsolved – Mystery, The Tunguska Mystery Vladimir Rubtsov and Edward Ashpole On June 30, 1908, on a sunny Siberian morning at 00 H 14 M GMT (7:14 am local time) something … Continue reading

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Smell the Gunpowder

Book Review UFOs: Generals, Pilots and Government Officials Go On the Record by Leslie Kean Read in January, 2013 There are thousands and thousands of UFO books out there. They range from such folderol as ‘A Dweller on Two Planets’, … Continue reading

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Well done you Field Naturalists Turbines decision overturns Precautionary Principle The Dec. 20 decision by the Minister of the Environment to approve the Ostrander Point Industrial Wind Turbine project is an astonishing and sad display of cynical and manipulative decision-making … Continue reading

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