What’s to say about 2020 except that the pandemic and a world of political upheavals distracted us from the ongoing environmental crisis? However, a few things DID happen that are worth remembering and perhaps are setting 2021 up to be interesting in a better way. The good news is that
The 2020 presidential election appears to be over. I say “appears to be” because of how divisive it has been and how determined President Trump seems to be to contest it. However, Joe Biden has won the popular vote by around four million votes, which means that he has a
I have been working on my new book about Jesus so intensively that I was shocked to see that I haven’t posted a journal entry since July! In this wild year, July might as well have happened on another planet. We finally updated Climate Watch, which makes frightening reading indeed.
The story published yesterday in the New York Times by Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean states, “(Luis) Elizondo is among a small group of former government officials and scientists with security clearances who, without presenting physical proof, say they are convinced that objects of undetermined origin have crashed on earth