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Electrical Power Restored

Electricity returned to my apartment at approximately 6:15 pm yesterday (Sep. 16). I have already done two loads of laundry. Now, can we put the electrical lines underground, as they are at Ohio State, to prevent this sort of problem … Continue reading

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Electrical Power Failure

The remnants of Hurricane Ike blew through Ohio on Sunday (Sep. 14) and knocked out electrical power to a large part of the state, including my apartment. The storm killed several people and prompted the Governor to declare a state … Continue reading

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Environmental Weekend II: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

On the Saturday after Earth Day (Apr. 26), I volunteered for Free Geek Columbus at the “shop” as I usually do and spent an hour at their advertising booth at the Earth Day Festival at Goodale Park. While at the … Continue reading

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Selling Out

This is my latest response to Gore v. Science, at Echoes in Eternity. I have placed this on my blog because I have taken so long to respond that it is buried under many new posts by now. I know … Continue reading

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Environmental Weekend III: Hansen, DeWitt, Gore

James Hansen of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies will give two lectures today (May 1) I helped organize a Creation Care Symposium featuring Cal DeWitt that is sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and the OSU College of the Arts … Continue reading

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Environmental Weekend I: Walkability Study

On Saturday, April 19, 2008, I participated in a walking tour of my neighborhood, Weinland Park. The purpose of this tour was to document how the physical environment of the neighborhood encouraged or discouraged people from walking or bicycling. I … Continue reading

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Blog Action Day

The awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (and Al Gore) provides a nice backdrop for this Blog Action Day. However, any excitement is tempered by my realization that this prize shall change the … Continue reading

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My “ecological footprint.”

HERE ARE YOUR FOOTPRINT RESULTS:CATEGORY GLOBAL ACRESFOOD 4.2MOBILITY 1.7SHELTER 5.2GOODS/SERVICES 6.2TOTAL FOOTPRINT 17IN COMPARISON, THE AVERAGE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT IN YOUR COUNTRY IS 24 GLOBAL ACRES PER PERSON. WORLDWIDE, THERE EXISTS 4.5 BIOLOGICALLY PRODUCTIVE GLOBAL ACRES PER PERSON.IF EVERYONE LIVED LIKE … Continue reading

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Clothesline

It saves money, conserves energy, reduces pollution, and makes the neighborhood even more visually interesting.

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Climate Change and The Truth: Conclusion

Points of Agreement? I noticed several points in your blog on which I hope we can agree. We must carefully examine each proposed solution to AGW for possible negative effects and asses whether those effects are worthwhile. The burden of … Continue reading

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