I’ve decided to leave the site up as it stands and a much cheaper plan that wasn’t available last time I checked allows me to keep the podcast up and running for now. There is a lot of great archived information on this site and it would be foolish to take it down.
This is a message to any of you who still might follow this blog. I am going to take it down in the next month, along with the podcast. The downloads have slowly eroded away, so I can’t justify the monthly cost to keep it out there. I have also decided to quit my current career trajectory and do something different with my life. What that will be, I have no idea. There may be another podcast in me. I thank everyone who has listened over the years.
To anyone new who has stumbled onto this blog, I encourage you to download all the episodes, so you can listen to them at your leisure.
Take care in these troubling times and be skeptical of everything from official mouths!
Hello all. The last time I posted, I mentioned some health problems. Thankfully, these were not serious, but required my attention. I have neglected my own health for too long and needed time to recharge my batteries. I’m feeling much better these days, but I’m having trouble returning to the podcast. I feel like it has run its course and I need to try something different. I’m in a transition period right now, but I will make a decision soon as to the future of the podcast.
Thank you for listening,
I apologize for the sporadic posts, but I have been dealing with some health issues these past few weeks. Rest assured I will return!
Today’s podcast is an assortment of articles I have collected over the past few months that I feel I need to address. I will be out of town for the next ten days, but I will return as soon as possible.
I had planned to finish my report on Civilized Man’s Eight Deadly Sins by Konrad Lorenz, but I bit off a bit more than I could chew, so the last part will be coming next week.
The next two sins on Mr. Lorenz’s list are Entropy of Feeling and Genetic Decay. The author makes some very interesting assertions about these two “civilization” diseases that warrant our attention. I hope you find something useful in today’s podcast.