When ‘Redreamer‘ Wendy Bandurski-Miller recommended Professor Tim Garrett, of the Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Utah, to me, I took notice. He moreover recently joined Tim Bennett of Unspun, ‘to discuss the thermodynamic implications of our energy consumption and the possible collapse of civilization that is the result of our Greenhouse Gas by-products’. How could I NOT take note? Thank you Wendy.
Like any project, they can start small, then get bigger. We heard the concerns, as to the many interviews NOT being consolidated to one spot, and have hopefully remedied the situation some more. Thank you for letting us know. If we missed anything or if you have any corrections, please let us know and we will address them. But our Podcast tab is now named interviews, and currently has 12 links there, and of course, soon we will share the Auckland broadcast. Interviews here! A valuable and hard earned compilation.
What words can adequately describe my gratitude to Kevin, who besides sharing this critical information with those in his community and nation, was a gentleman, and a great host and just a lot of fun. We got along great, and were in harmony. Thank you also to Dr. Guy McPherson for joining us. Thank you also to Prof. Paul Beckwith, for his expertise and participation. Dahr Jamal would have joined us, but most sincerely could not due to the serious medicals needs of a friend. Next time please!
I don’t know when the last day on earth is, but when and if it is, I wish to be around folks like the Hart Family Ranch. They are the final word on doing it the way it is meant to be. They had–if not all of it–then surely much of it. My gratitude to them for their hospitality.
Lastly, let me not fail to mention and thank the great welcome and generosity of Robin Westenra, as well as ‘conservationist, environmental educationist, teacher of yoga and meditation practitioner‘ Pam Crisp and ‘Wellington based Tibetan Buddhist meditation teacher and writer‘ Dido Dunlop for sharing time and fellowship with me. I really, really enjoyed them immensely. Thank you!