Sunday, March 19, 2017




Title: Saturday Uplands

Medium: Oil on board

Size: 11in. x 13 in.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Friday, March 10, 2017

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Hardly anyone talks about Fukushima




Each and every day 300-400 tons of radioactive water - extremely radioactive water if one takes into consideration the measurements of radiation that are being taken at a proximate distance to the radioactive core - have gone into the Pacific over the past 6 years - probably more. That's water into the radioactive core and around it and then into the ocean.

And that's the sea water they've been pumping everyday. That doesn't include the unknowable amount of groundwater. The nuclear site sits on a large aquifer. There was full meltdown. The radioactive fuel has breached containment. It has been burning down into the groundwater at an unimaginable temperature.

And that doesn't include the above-ground highly radioactive water that they're storing in more and more rinky-dink storage tanks, one or some of which have already started leaking.

It's not like an oil spill. It's not like heavy metal contamination. It doesn't "dissipate" in the ocean. It's on the atomic level. It gets into the generative cycles of all life, concentrating on the atomic level. Of all places, the ocean is the worst place for it to go.

Fukushima is going to be the rudist awakening mankind has faced. And practically no one in the mainstream media is reporting on it. All the official pronouncements coming from TEPCO and others in Japan are a joke.

Over the next few years I think - and dread - it's all going to start rolling out. It already is. We're going to hear as normative speak, news anchors telling us about the boiling and dying of the Pacific and the radiation of the west coast.

The kind of stupidity that has been going on is the kind that has to be purposeful and enforced.


"If present trends continue, this century may well witness extraordinary climate change and an unprecedented destruction of ecosystems, with serious consequences for all of us." --Pope Francis, Laudato si


"The earth , our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth." --Pope Francis


"Everything is connected" --Pope Francis

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Friday, March 3, 2017

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Fukushima is the sleeping giant





"The Japanese government has lied about the seriousness of Fukushima at every significant step in the process, and likely continues to do so." --Bill Still