Have you ever stopped to think of what would happen to your house without you? In The World Without You, Weisman explains how our massive infrastructure would collapse and finally vanish without human presence; why some of our earliest buildings might be the last architecture left; and how plastic, bronze sculpture, radio waves, and some man-made molecules may be our most lasting gifts to the universe.
A parody of the Garth Brooks song "Friend In Low Places", about the evils of Wal-Mart.
See why McDonald's got into the Bio-fuel business, Ford got into the water business and we all got out of the global warming business. 2055 is closer than you think.
If everyone consumed as much as North Americans, we would need five planets to sustain our high-waste, high-pollution habits. Each of us can make a difference. By learning more about our individual impact, we can significantly reduce the amount of pollution and waste we produce as a whole. It can start with something as simple as buying fewer pieces of clothing or driving one less day per week.
We are fed up with the garbage we eat! The mouths are angry. The Mouth revolution Begins! Viva la mouthalucion!
THE MEATRIX II: Revolting! The award-winning flash animation movie about the meat you eat.
The Meatrix returns with The Meatrix II ½ at www.moremeatrix.com. This time, our heroes Moopheus, Leo, and Chickity take on another facet of industrial agriculture – meat processing. Picking up from their last adventure at a dairy farm, Leo and Chickity attempt to rescue Moopheus, who has been kidnapped and taken to a slaughterhouse.
The Organic Rebellion has "conventional" agriculture on the run in this intergalactic parody set "not long ago in a supermarket not so far away". Starring an all edible cast of Cuke Skywalker, Obi Wan Cannoli, and Chewbrocolli fight DarthTata and The Dark Side of the Farm for control of the supermarket.
The famously funny Jim Hightower gives us a real look at the Bush success in Iraq. Considering the dark nature of the facts, this is quite entertaining.
A Bush Administration proposal would allow the slaughter of nearly 600 gray wolves in Greater Yellowstone and Central Idaho – while they're still on the endangered species list. Both Wyoming and Idaho are planning to use aerial gunning, as well as baiting and trapping, to exterminate wolves as early as this winter.