Linked here is some information that you might look upon as a gift from me to you.
The link anyway,,,, the info belongs to the linked websites.

If you happen to feel a little rumble,,,, maybe the dishes rattle just a little or something falls over for no apparent reason,,,, you might just have experienced a very small earthquake.

You can check it out after such occasions anyway.
Arizona has been getting a little shaking just today,,,, 7/11/2014.

Did you feel it?


And if your electronic devices have been acting a little funky, you might want to check out this link.
The peaks indicate activity that will affect electronic devices.  The x-ray chart is particularly telling.
Yesterday some television signals were disrupted (often called technical difficulties)
and the cell phone acted up a little.
Did you notice anything?

It is amazing to me how much the sun affects our daily lives,,,,
warmth (cow poots and lawnmowers notwithstanding) cold and otherwise.

I hope you enjoy the links.


With Great Britain cracking down on Manmade Global Warming Skeptics,
I guess we'd better get in line and start using the reasoning of the believers.

No, no, no......  I don't mean believers in the pound sterling.
I mean the "true" believers.

With this having been one of the coldest winters on record, and caused by global warming,
I think we can find some practical benefits from such thinking.

With acceptance of the "fact" that manmade carbon emission loading is making it warmer,
we will now be able to brew hot coffee in the fridge
and drink it on a couch in the front yard if we are in a period of carbon emission remission (used to be called a warm day during winter).

And with simultaneous acceptance of the "fact" that manmade global warming is making it colder,
we will now be able to make jello in the microwave with a "de" frost setting.
De frosty jello will be delicious, and we won't even have to go to de restaurant to get it.

These money saving ideas will come in handy as electricity prices continue to skyrocket as coal fired power plants are continually shut down.

And of course, if we prefer to claim to be believers in  the alternate terminology of "manmade climate change",,,
we can easily defend such a position to others because
climate change used to be called seasons.

And many old, outdated, fuddy duddies still remember
winter, spring, summer, and fall and how it used to continually get hot and cold and snow and rain and have tornados and hurricanes and thunderstorms and have droughts.
Such outdated notions are now attributed to manmade global warming and manmade climate change.

I would suggest, however, if you happen to still be a skeptic,,,,
to not try wasting your time trying to convince neon bulb makers, windmill makers, and solar panel makers,
etc., of your skepticism,
as these folks are believers in the pound sterling and it will be a cold day in hell (do we have any reports?) before you change their minds.

But letting Grandma freeze her legs off is a small price to pay for making the pound sterling ($) believers super rich.
She's old anyways.....
And we all know that babies keep warm by crying harder.
No need to worry about them.

Not to worry, they say....  "Clean" energy (to hell with clean coal.  It prevents a cold day in hell.) will come to the rescue.
Yes,,,, if you believe the candy man can.

And we've all noticed how much cleaner the air is around our homes since they started shutting down coal fired power plants.
Oh,,,,,,,,  you say you haven't noticed?  Well,,,,, can't say as I have either.....  but I betcha the pound sterling ($) believers have noticed and that's good enough.  Right?

North Korea and many African nations set the environmental example for us as we strive to reach their high levels of clean air.
There's almost no electricity for anything there at any time.
In Africa their solar power does not provide enough electricity to run a refrigerator twenty four hours a day,,,,, sort of a perpetual rolling blackout.
But a damn coal fired power plant or three would be against the environment.  So it is said.
They breathe easy over there,,,,, but it's too bad they can't keep insulin and other medications refrigerated.
This also helps to keep their air clean because it keeps the number of people breathing out the atmospheric carbon loading pollutant (as determined by our leaders) CO2 (carbon dioxide) thinned out.  The number of people gets sorta thinned out,,, that is.

So for every coal fired power plant we shut down or prevent from coming online, China builds two or three and we deceive ourselves into thinking that the environment is benefiting. 

CO2 is necessary for all life you say????  You need to apply the Global Warming is making it cold way of thinking to that fact.

But not to worry because we all know that caring leaders would not let their citizens die (or sit in traffic or wait on an ambulance all day to make a point), or try to convince us that we are polluting the air by breathing.....
Oh NO!!!!  That wouldn't happen, couldn't happen,,, here!!! 
or is it?



IS  JEOPARDY  GOING  THE  WAY  OF 
The $64,000 Question
?

The Following Cartoon Was Inspired By A Recent Show
circa December 2013.
The $64,000 Question?


Psalms 23:2, "He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters."Psalms 23:2, "He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters."
There Is Beauty To Be Found All Over The World
Here we find it in Walenstatdberg, Switzerland






Charles Bryant Edwards




"The far left and the far right meet at the back door"
Barry Farber (radio commentator during the middle 1990's)

The closing lesson from George Orwell's, Animal Farm, is that unbridled capitalism and unbridled socialism become indistinguishable in their oppression of the average man.  The bridling of both capitalism and socialism, with God's blessing added are the causes that have led us to our recent widespread prosperity.  The complete unbridling of either of the former, or loss of the latter, leads to totalitarianism and widepread misery for the average citizen.  The truth of this is all around us.
Charles Bryant Edwards, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF

"Equality, in a social sense, may be divided into that of condition [i.e., Socialism] and that of rights.  Equality of condition is incompatible with civilization and is found only to exist in those communities that are but slightly removed from the savage state.  In practice, it can only mean a common misery."
Lauren Groff, author of The Monsters Of Templeton