Monday, 29 December 2008
Tuesday, 23 December 2008
Once this kind of apparatus for global co-ordination is in place then it will be easier to regulate the economic, social and environmental condition with global policies. This is really the only way to prevent slash and burn as it makes a regulated level playing field across the globe . This is the only way to produce a more constructive mass mind set- an extension of teeth gritting tolerance and 'co-operation'. Hopefully we are approaching the turning point. For environmentalists and sustainable future thinkers this could well be a time of great opportunity to make some bloody real money (and world peace and all that). Right that is all said and predicted. It is going to be a right old mess. Now time to get on with the job ahead.
Sunday, 21 December 2008
My neice wanted to be famous so we made this video and song for the two people that view this blog.
Sprinkals, written, recorded and performed by Francesca Drinkald.
Do you want some salt on your popcorn or sugar, do you want some sugar. Do you want some candy on your milkshake or do you want hundreds and thousands on your toast. Sprinkals everywhere I go, filling up my eyes, sometimes I think I'm gonna choke, sprinkals everywhere I go, even on my toast, even on my toast (x4) Woo.
Saturday, 20 December 2008
An excellent time to go- the Wildlife Photographer of the Year is on at the same time as an exhibition of Charles Darwin.
The Darwin Exhibition is amazing. To see the original note books and the scientific instruments that he actually used in the process of arriving at the theory of evolution is literally awesome. A great insight into the man behind the idea. When trying to make a life choice of scientific discovery over settling down with a wife and kids he drew up a list of pros and cons. One of the cons of a wife and kids was that it was 'a terrible waste of time'. I think that qualifies me into the ranks of a man after Darwins own heart.
WINNER OF WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
Steve Winter- Remote control shot that took 10 months to get using a Canon 400D- the very camera I have but cant get it to take shots like this for some reason.
Monday, 15 December 2008
Wednesday, 10 December 2008
Saturday, 6 December 2008
Friday, 5 December 2008
3 million unemployed by Christmas, 16% fall in house prices in 12 months, state of emergency interest rates, projected government borrowing of £118 billion next year, 45,000 already re-possessed and this is just the beginning.
A fundamental shift in perspective towards a more sustainable environmental future can only occur after the adverse effects of unsustainable philosophy are felt by the majority of individuals within a society.
The worse this economic crisis gets- the more chance there is for alternative and minority thinkers to gain ground.