The transgender restroom debate is a red herring, whose solution lies in the question affecting all of us: "What do we do with our effluents as industrial civilization collapses?"
Articles: decline of industrial civilization (13)
If the best you can offer the voters is a choice between what they have now and something worse, and what they have now is already pretty wretched, you’re not likely to get much traction.
According to an assortment of recent news stories, this Thursday, June 18, is the make-or-break date by which a compromise has to be reached between Greece and the EU if a Greek default, with the ensuing risk of a potential Greek exit from the Eurozone, is to be avoided
I suppose you could call the era of dissolution the Rodney Dangerfield of collapse, though it’s not so much that it gets no respect; it generally doesn’t even get discussed.
The third stage of the process of collapse, following what I’ve called the eras of pretense and impact, is the era of response
The era of impact is the point at which it becomes clear to most people that something has gone wrong with the most basic narratives of a society...
Meanwhile,in Detroit and Baltimore, tens of thousands of residents are in the process of losing their access to water and electricity.
There was, as it happened, a small problem with the 2707, a problem it shared with all the other SST projects; it made no economic sense at all.
It was probably inevitable that last week’s discussion of the way that contemporary science is offering itself up as a sacrifice on the altar of corporate greed and institutional arrogance would field me a flurry of responses that insisted that I must hate science.
...I’m going to spend this week’s post summarizing the the decline and fall of industrial civilization.