Monthly Archives: March 2008
The New York Times continues its excellent coverage of the Tibet Crisis with this article about how many Chinese citizens are not only supporting their government’sÂ brutal dictatorship and extermination of the Tibetan people but think the viciously racist, anti-freedom regime … Continue reading
Here as promised are results for the first year of our 2kWh solar array, also known as Solarius Precarious because of its tumultuous birth and exhilarating first year of life. If you’re interested in seeing Solarius’ creation, please watch my … Continue reading
More violence in Tibet as the Chinese occupationÂ army claims everything’s OK. I suppose it is: as long as they beat any opposition or dissent into bloody corpses. China’sÂ spiraling deception is interesting to watch as the Olympic torch is FedExed to … Continue reading
Tibet Update: Fight Disrupts Olympic Torch Run, New Protests Shake China’s Shaky Foundation; Dick Cheney Spotted in Lhasa?
Based on today’s scene in Athens, the torch run to Beijing could be a long, bumpy road. Simultaneously, the Chinese find themselves unable to prevent new protests from breaking out inside Tibet despite the increased army presence and diplomatic pressure … Continue reading
There are powerful and self-interested individuals, corporations and governments still spewing propaganda about how expensive renewable energy is and how we must stick with oil, coal and natural gas until we literally die. But the numbers continue to expose their … Continue reading
Just as Chinese government officials were trying to convince a group of foreign reporters that everything was getting back to normal, a strange thing happened: reporters found out that, indeed, things in Tibet are getting back to normal. Buddhist monks … Continue reading
For those who don’t believe renewable energy, sustainability and living in balance with Nature are practical and/or possible, this CSM story again proves them wrong. DoÂ we still need more evidence?
I almost fell off my chair: George W. Bush did the right thing. He’s joined the growing chorus of world leaders and believers in freedom, justice and peace for Tibet. This is setting up to be a very interesting next … Continue reading
As I’ve written before, I could not use certain web sites in China and Tibet when I was shooting “Kora: Tibet and the Trail of Truth” over there in spring, 2006. The “Great Firewall of China” is well-known and a … Continue reading