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I wanted to take a moment and wish everyone a Happy Easter and Easter Season.  Each and everyone of you has our prayers and thoughts of goodness as each of your proceeds through your days.

I am an avid reader.  Almost an addict to reading.  Tonight I was in a bookstore – ran out of new material.  Ran across a book “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne.  I don’t know if any of you experienced what I did tonight – walking through a library or bookstore and a book literally jumps out and wants to be noticed.  That is what happened to me – After just the first couple of pages – I felt as though I must thank all of you for your bravery and courage.

My mind started reflecting on what it is to “blog.”  In our history, a “blog” is new.  But given the technology of today and what we will have tomorrow, a “blog” is here to stay.  All of you have the courage to share your thoughts, ideas, minds, experiences, etc.  That takes courage and dedication – thank-you!  I have the ability to read most of the blogs – and there is a certain “magic” that they contain – I never realized until tonight that you are all creating positive energy and a space in the universe, this universe.  All of you are projecting passion – Thank-you.

Give me the opportunity to share some thoughts and some of my new found passion after just a few pages of this fantastic book – the kind of information that is hard to put down – and when you have to put it down – there is a strong urge to reread the material just to make sure it is understood.  “Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.”  Roald Dahl (1916 – 1990) – a writer.  Thanks Ms. Byrne for sharing that incredible thought.

More – – all quoted from Rhonda Byrne’s book “The Magic,” “Remember when you were a child and you looked at life in total wonder and awe?  Life was magical and exciting,and the smallest things were utterly thrilling to you.  You were fascinated by the frost on the grass, a butterfly flittering through the air, or any strange leaf or rock on the ground.”  “There is an exquisite feeling many of us had as children, that everything is good, that every day promises more excitement and adventure, and that nothing could ever thwart our joy for the magic of it all.”  I have the privilege of living in the Philippines.  Each day is see and experience poverty that in the US, is unfathomable.  I realize though, those kids are full of wonder as they go through their daily lives, no IPAD, no electricity!, no running water; but they are all so full of wonder and so full of life! There is magic in life and all around us!

I realized tonight – the magic of life is real! I read and feel it in the blog’s and sharing throughout the world – Thank-you!  All of you are making magic – may not know it – but the world is a much better place for having each of you!


Take care – more to come later – for now – GRATITUDE and THANKS for allowing me to share your gifts!



One of the reasons for Asia Green is to provide “Environmental Awareness.”  Being aware of our environment – and not just reading about it from supposed experts.  I posted an article the other day about Global Cooling – here is more data to confirm that the hysteria of recent history is just that – Hysteria!  Simple question – what affect could we possibly have on either Global Warming or Global Cooling?  Are our ego’s so huge we think we will have an affect?  Anyway – here is more data to consider when buying and using those mercury filled “Eco-Friendly(?),” and now mandated by law, CFL’s!  Maybe our fathers and mom’s really did know better!

I took this from “Red State.”

“Alternate New York Times Headline: ‘Global Warming Saves Civilization’

If it weren’t for coal and cars, how cold would we be?

By: Steve Maley (Diary)  |  March 10th, 2013 at 10:29 AM  |  9

Like Beauty, the interpretation of scientific data is often in the eye of the beholder. I’m an engineer with more than a smattering of book-learning in the geologic sciences. It has always struck me as appalling that the scientists who would reorder our very lives around their interpretation of climate science and its implications for our future have so little interest in earth history and the geologic time scale. The climate alarmist community seems to focus on anecdotes and anomalous weather patterns that we can observe over the course of a human lifespan but have a vauge explanation for abrupt and dramatic changes in the distant past.

But in terms of the geologic time scale, human history is the blink of an eye compared the 4.5 billion year age of the earth. The end of the last ice age, a monumental, undeniably non-anthropogenic warming event, happened about 12,000 years ago; to a geologist it may as well have happened a week ago last Thursday. Yet climate scientists rarely address the implications of that warming event on their modern-day warming theories.

But this week, a new study came out which alarmingly concludes that CO2-forced temperatures are at or near their Holocene (post ice age) maximum.

One could look at the same data and wonder how cold we might be if not for Global Warming.

The New York Times (along with just about every other mainstream news outlet) this week reported the news that, for them, closes the case on Global Warming:

Global Temperatures Highest in 4,000 Years

Previous research had extended back roughly 1,500 years, and suggested that the rapid temperature spike of the past century, believed to be a consequence of human activity, exceeded any warming episode during those years. The new work confirms that result while suggesting the modern warming is unique over a longer period.

Even if the temperature increase from human activity that is projected for later this century comes out on the low end of estimates, scientists said, the planet will be at least as warm as it was during the warmest periods of the modern geological era, known as the Holocene, and probably warmer than that.

That epoch began about 12,000 years ago, after changes in incoming sunshine [!! – Ed.] caused vast ice sheets to melt across the Northern Hemisphere. Scientists believe the moderate climate of the Holocene set the stage for the rise of human civilization roughly 8,000 years ago and continues to sustain it by, for example, permitting a high level of food production. [Emphasis added.]

And their “Dot Earth” blog chimed in:

Scientists Find an Abrupt Warm Jog After a Very Long Cooling

While the researchers, led by Shaun Marcott of Oregon State, conclude that the globe’s current average temperature has not exceeded the warmth that persisted for thousands of years after the last ice age ended, they say it will do so in this century under almost every postulated scenario for greenhouse gas emissions.

That blog post has a curious graph and caption as a sidebar, which I have magnified here:


Indeed, it shows the abrupt warming at the very end of the last ice age, followed by several thousand years of temperatures well above the baseline (average for the years 1961-1990). For the last 5,000 years, though, the planet has been cooling, a trend that has even accelerated for the last 2,000 years.

But for some real perspective, let’s look at some data from the Vostok Ice Core. It affords a look at the last 400,000 years of earth history, encompassing several ice ages.


The top graph shows CO2 concentration in the atmosphere; the bottom one shows average temperature departure from the 1950 value. Two observations are readily apparent:

  1. For the last 400,000 years at least, “normal” = “COLD!”
  2. The warm periods are but brief interludes between ice ages. Wild temperature fluctuations were common before any possible impact of human civilizations. The anomaly is the stability of the moderate temperatures during the Holocene, the last 12,000 years (indicated by my red arrow), when warm weather fostered the development of human agriculture, cultures and civilization.

Consider what a global ice age would mean. Cincinnati, OH and points north would be under a glacier hundreds of feet thick (not necessarily a bad thing, in the mind of some readers and SEC football fans). Agriculture would be impossible in North America. The planet could sustain a tiny fraction of its current population.

Even with a cooling of a couple of degrees Celsius, crop yields and growing seasons would shift dramatically for the worse. It would be increasingly difficult to feed the planet.

Given the choice between Global Warming and Global Cooling, give me Warming any day.

Here’s an interesting question for the Climate Change community: What would today’s global temperature be absent the man-made CO2 input since the Industrial Revolution?”

Interesting that the “scientists” have been saying that “Global Warming” actually causes” Global Cooling.”  Which is it?


Take care



I apologize for not writing recently.  I have suffered some illness that has kept me pretty well drained – I am on the mend and doing well!  Thanks for all the prayers and well wishes.

This is an article I recently read – although not having the energy or will to write – I have been doing lots of reading.  Ya’ll might find this interesting!  Should this be true – I guess the question is “Now What?”  I copied this from “Red State.”

“Climate change” cools off

 By: John Hayward  |  March 8th, 2013 at 03:08 PM  |  29

These are not happy times for the Church of Global Warming, which has been trying to repackage its manufactured hysteria as “climate change” for several years.  But according to the New York Times on Thursday, we’ve actually come full circle to where we began in the Seventies: global cooling.

After some flapdoodle about global temperature spikes (in fact, not only is there no evidence connecting human activity to any such spike, most recent data says there wasn’t much of a “spike,” and what heating occurred mostly leveled out a decade ago) and quoting the ridiculous Michael Mann of “hockey stick graph hoax” fame as an “expert,” the Times casually drops the same narrative that global-warming cultists have decried as heresy for the past thirty years:

Though the paper is the most complete reconstruction of global temperature, it is roughly consistent with previous work on a regional scale. It suggests that changes in the amount and distribution of incoming sunlight, caused by wobbles in the earth’s orbit, contributed to a sharp temperature rise in the early Holocene.

The climate then stabilized at relatively warm temperatures about 10,000 years ago, hitting a plateau that lasted for roughly 5,000 years, the paper shows. After that, shifts of incoming sunshine prompted a long, slow cooling trend.

The cooling was interrupted, at least in the Northern Hemisphere, by a fairly brief spike during the Middle Ages, known as the Medieval Warm Period. (It was then that the Vikings settled Greenland, dying out there when the climate cooled again.)

Scientists say that if natural factors were still governing the climate, the Northern Hemisphere would probably be destined to freeze over again in several thousand years. “We were on this downward slope, presumably going back toward another ice age,” Dr. Marcott said.

Instead, scientists believe the enormous increase in greenhouse gases caused by industrialization will almost certainly prevent that.

Wait, what?  Sunlight affects global temperatures?  Who could have seen that coming?

For the moment, leave aside those sensationalist claims about “enormous increases in greenhouse gases caused by industrialization” – a simple enough observation given that pre-industrial societies produce very little greenhouse gas, outside of human and animal flatulence, but not logically connected to any measurable shift in global climate.  Aren’t these scientists conceding that man-made global warming might be… good?  Wouldn’t that mean the people who have been trying to bankrupt Western industry with madcap environmental laws have also been ignorantly shoving us into the frozen hell of a new Ice Age?

The same thought occurred to a student encountered by British eco-gadfly James Delingpole, writing at the UK Telegraph:

I’ve been at my old school Malvern College all week, poisoning the minds of the young with my dangerous views on sustainability, climate change, “biodiversity” and other sacred green cows. But a lot of the time, it has to be said, my work wasn’t necessary. In one geography class specifically dedicated to climate change, the first kid to stick up his hand said: “What’s wrong with the world getting warmer anyway? It will mean we get nicer summers!”

Which is what the kids would no doubt refer to as an epic fail for all the official propaganda we’ve been fed these last few decades. The boys and girls in that particular class would have been precisely the target audience at which the Labour government aimed its infamous Bedtime Stories advert, the £6 million effort in 2009 commissioned by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to scare impressionable kids witless with tales of a hideous carbon monster which was going to drown their puppies. If the enviro loons can’t even manage to brainwash the young with their lies, spin junk science, what chance do they have with grown ups?

Delingpole goes on to review polling data that shows most of the public doesn’t care about “climate change” and never really did, even back when Western nations weren’t grinding their way through endless recessions and limp “recoveries.”

And yet, the Church of Global Warming rose to incredible power across the West, even as their demands were blithely ignored by authoritarian states.  Countless billions in compulsory tithe has been extracted from taxpayers in America and Europe for this mandatory State religion.  It doesn’t matter that most of the public never really bought into the hype, because they didn’t oppose it strongly enough, and the Left saw it as the perfect vehicle for a profoundly moralistic crusade in favor of Big Government. You planet-ravaging vermin can’t be trusted, with all your dirty machines and consumerist greed!  You must be controlled, and those who resist are enemies of the planet itself, which speaks through a self-appointed environmentalist priesthood.  No debate can be permitted, because we haven’t got a single moment to lose!  And can you really blame us for erring on the side of caution, when the fate of the Earth is at stake?  How can you doubt that industry is killing the world – can’t you see those billowing clouds of smoke, hear the ominous rumble of the machines, and smell the carbon?

But the “consensus” in favor of climate change continues to slip away, with a “shock poll” last year showing that only 30 percent of meteorologists think global warming is worth worrying about.  The radical Greens are reduced to squabbling over slices of a shrinking panic pie, with the wind and solar crowds at each others’ throats, and cultists scrambling to come up with reasons why greenhouse-gas-friendly “fracking” is really the Devil’s work.  This week, Bloomberg News reported that “almost 90 percent of insurance companies lack a comprehensive plan to address climate change, and fewer than half of them view it as a likely source of financial losses.”  The demon lords of global warming are no longer fearsome enough to command billions of dollars, and thousands of jobs, in sacrifice – not when voters worry that something has gone deeply, badly wrong with their economy.

The heck of it all is that global cooling always was the more plausible, scientifically sound threat.  Those solar energy variations really might presage a significant drop in planetary temperature.  But global cooling wasn’t politically useful – it was too difficult to pin on human activity, and too hard to hype with voodoo fearmongering about wild weather patterns.  The people could not easily be convinced that their machines were making the world colder.  When they noticed it wasn’t getting consistently warmer, “global warming” became “climate change.”  Then they noticed that the “climate change” elite wasn’t wasting any time acting as if their extravagant lifestyles were killing the Earth, descending upon million-dollar eco-conferences in mighty fleets of carbon-spewing jets.  Now that Al Gore, the Pope of Global Warming, has lined his pockets with oil money, the game is pretty much over… and we’re left hoping that maybe his propaganda was just a little bit right, because Winter Is Coming, and man-made greenhouse-gas warming might be our best hope against it.”

Best Wishes to everyone – again – thanks for the prayers and well wishes.  Back on Track!



Natural Laws That Can’t Be Denied


1.Law of Mechanical Repair

After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you’ll have to pee.

2.Law of Gravity

 Any tool, nut, bolt, screw, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible place in the universe.

3.Law of Probability

The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act.

4.Law of Random Numbers

If you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal; someone always answers.

6.Variation Law

 If you change lines (or traffic lanes), the one you were in will always move faster than the one you are in now.

7.Law of the Bath

When the body is fully immersed in water, the telephone rings.

8.Law of Close Encounters

The probability of meeting someone you know INCREASES dramatically when you are with someone you don’t want to be seen with.

9.Law of the Result

 When you try to prove to someone that a machine won’t work, IT WILL!!!

10.Law of Bio Mechanics

The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the reach.

11.Law of the Theater & Hockey Arena

At any event, the people whose seats are furthest from the aisle, always arrive last. They are the ones who will leave their seats several times to go for food, beer, or the toilet and who leave early before the end of the performance or the game is over. The folks in the aisle seats come early, never move once, have long gangly legs or big bellies and stay to the bitter end of the performance. The aisle people also are very surly folk.

12.The Coffee Law

As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold.

13.Murphy’s Law of Lockers

If there are only 2 people in a locker room, they will have adjacent lockers.

14.Law of Physical Surfaces

 The chances of an open-faced jelly sandwich landing face down on a floor, are directly correlated to the newness and cost of the carpet or rug.

15.Law of Logical Argument

 Anything is possible IF you don’t know what you are talking about.

16.Brown’s Law of Physical Appearance

If the clothes fit, they’re ugly.

17.Oliver’s Law of Public Speaking


18.Wilson’s Law of Commercial Marketing Strategy

 As soon as you find a product that you really like, they will stop making it, OR the store will stop selling it!!

19.Doctors’ Law

 If you don’t feel well, make an appointment to go to the doctor, by the time you get there you’ll feel better.. But don’t make an appointment, and you’ll stay sick.



3 Easy steps to be miserable! I don’t think I could live like this but the sad truth is that MANY DO!

1.Be as self-absorbed as possible. Make sure every situation at work or at home is primarily about your thoughts, your feelings, your welfare. Talk about yourself. Think about yourself. Make sure the point of every action is to accrue some personal benefit.

2.See yourself as a victim. Observe that life has conspired against you. View others as the source of your problems. Blame them for your frustrations and setbacks. Tell yourself that you are helpless in your particular set of circumstances.

3.Spend a lot of time ruminating. Go over past negative events again and again. Think about things that make you angry. Dwell on what makes you bitter. Remember how you were hurt in the past and who was responsible. Spend a lot of time reliving and re-experiencing these events in your mind.

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2) Value the process more than events.
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