March 1, 2014

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The Fateful Collision: Floods, Catastrophe And Climate Denial

This contribution was published on Dissent Voice, and is reposted here with permission. by Media Lens / February 25th, 2014 An epic struggle is currently taking place that will determine the fate, and perhaps the survival, of our species. It is a collision between natural limits and rational awareness of the need to respect those […]

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January 10, 2014

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Read the Signs.

On one of my favorite stretches of road in my area that I have walked many hundreds of times has a series of road signs that were once just there by the road to me. Midway through last year I actually looked at what the signs said – not just the words, but their extended, […]

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January 10, 2014

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Sydney to Lithgow leg of the walk completed – Jan 1st – 5th.

The first leg of the Sydney to Parkes Bio-Recon walk – 150 km from Sydney to Lithgow, was walked in just under 30 hrs over the first four days of 2014. From the Nepean river crossing on the M4 motorway it took 18 hours to arrive at Lithgow Rail head at 7:30 pm Jan 4th. […]

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December 28, 2013

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Sydney to Parkes – Jan 1st to 10th – Walkaway2014.

Starting┬áto walk away is the hardest part of the journey. So small steps are best. From Lithgow I will be pulling a fridge trolley with all I will need to camp and keep watered and fed. This Sydney to Parkes walk is dedicated to supporting several Community based Renewable Energy Groups emerging in 2013 in […]

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August 27, 2013

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You am, I are, We is, Afraidia.

Welcome to Afraidia. Afraidia is the most fearfully secure and luxurious place in the world to be. Afraidia is the now emerged globalized amalgam of all Anex-1 nations, (the debt-wealthy ones). Afraidia is your ultimate holiday-for-life destination. Here in Afraidia everyone is afraid, from birth – afraid of the world, sky, water, weather, trees, food, […]

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August 8, 2013

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This Has Got to be The Nadir of Materialism.

Materialism and Spirituality are on a spectrum of values, a pendulum, where we find our Human Identity. We have now moved so completely into a cycle of Materialism, which began many thousands of years ago, we see great changes now in our world; Catastrophic Climate Change, and The Great Slide Toward Inverted Totalitarianism. CAP Inverted_totalitarianism […]

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August 4, 2013

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The Walk

I can no longer live in the usual way, paying rent on stolen land, and every cultural institution rolling over to privatised control, so I will be experimenting with how to live knowing what order of catastrophic climate changes are headed our way. So I’m walking away. To where I don’t yet know, but there […]

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August 4, 2013

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We Are The Early Humans.

We Are The Early Humans. Since 2014, when this website was first conceived, we have had 7 years of struggle, but nothing substantial has cut through to avert catastrophic climate change, and now the serious effects are coming upon everyone, fast. 2021 brings me to a renewed acceptance that cooperative adaptations to severe and catastrophic […]

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August 4, 2013

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Bio Recon Oz

Biosphere Reconciliation means the coming to terms with one’s relationship to the living world in which we live. This includes local peoples and places, and all life forms Biosphere Reconciliation means understanding that the time has passed for humans to believe, and act, as though we were separate from our world, and somehow superior to […]

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July 18, 2013

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The Route

In order to gain the capacity to attempt The National Walk, I will be embarking on a series of shorter Biosphere Reconciliation Walks. Sydney to Parkes. 360 km walk. The first of which will be in early 2014, and start at the Sydney Opera House, proceed over the Blue Mountains, and on through Lithgow and […]

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