On frac sand

With only 1/100th of 1% remaining, tallgrass and shortgrass prairies are one of the rarest ecosystems on the planet. Once expansive mosaics of interconnected diversity, these biomes extended through most of our midwestern states. Today prairie remnants are small functionally extinct islands of great biodiversity, surrounded by seas of GMO monoculture, development and invasive species.  … Continue reading On frac sand

Mighty Mississippi

A walk along the the river bank can reveal terrible truths of our society. Such inundation of consumerism leaves one with few places to escape the cumulative damage. The process is known but hidden, with facts buried in loopholes. Regulatory laws composed by industry lawyers, intended only to silence substantial critique. With each daylight cycle … Continue reading Mighty Mississippi

Theory of Corporate Influence and Exploitation: Part 1

1.0: (A) Wealthy corporate stockholders exert pressure onto a collection of business leaders to produce more profits with the least possible expense incurred to their corporate holdings and interests. (B) A wealthy individual decides they need to make more profits with the least possible expense incurred to their personal holdings or interests and decides to … Continue reading Theory of Corporate Influence and Exploitation: Part 1