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Sea Turtle Extinction!   Leave a comment

The claim by those involved in preventing sea turtle extinction is that they have ‘helped’ them. While this may partly seem like a matter of symantecs, the truth is that only human ‘non-intervention’ could rightly be called ‘help’, be it for sea turtles or the hundreds if not thousands of other forms of life on planet earth.

When will it be acknowledged that, in fact, it is human interference and ignorance that is the fundamental reason why all life on earth is threatened! This is not just a matter of symantecs, but a basic reality that needs to be very humbly admitted. Only then will it be possible for us to accept our supreme Creator as the guide to full and complete restoration of planet earth as it was in the very beginning.

That restoration is coming, in spite of human opposition and arrogance, very soon. So we can either submit to the Creator’s purpose, or continue to ignore it, that is the choice he has given us. For more info please visit JW.org

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Movie ‘trailers’ on the news etc.   Leave a comment

Its not very often I feel truly motivated to write a blog these days, but the extremely disrespectful way in which so-called ‘movie trailer’ ads are foisted on us, particularly in ‘news shows’. Indeed it is insulting and abusive to the intelligence and common decency of God-fearing people!

Why should we have to be subjected to the extreme violence, extreme depravity, and extreme immorality being portrayed in 90% of all movies produced today!!? Daily news shows and reports are bad enough, but they are also serving as a platform for a depraved 21 century movie industry!

We who are watching world news are abusively subjected to a continuous onslaught of low-life movie trailer ads that we utterly abhor! Tv networks serve as subservient tools for a never-ending flow of pure effluent, primarily being produced by the U.S. movie industry!!

Posted September 28, 2017 by New2view in conspiracy, existential, harm, humanity, life, Uncategorized, world-view

Cassini probe results   Leave a comment

What is truly remarkable about the Cassini probe is the reflection on earth. Indeed the science gained by it should teach us a great deal.
The simple scientific results prove that beyond any doubt life on earth is truly unique, no other conclusion is possible. Yes I know ‘possibilities’ are open to debate, however known ‘facts’ are clear: the earth is truly unique and special.
Can we accept that reality, or are we obsessed with the mere proposition of of life on other planets?
I myself am not a total disbeliever in that possibility, but until and unless there is substantial evidence, its very appropriate to humbly and logically accept ‘factual evidence’ life on earth is the unique production of a Creator, just as it is stated in the Bible:: “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth .”

Russian police criminals caught on video   Leave a comment

Russian police criminal missconduct caught on camera…

https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#mediaitems/AllVideos/docid-802016753_E_1_VIDEO

 

 

Gravitational Waves   Leave a comment

The minute detection (much less than a single atom) of so-called gravitational waves is, frankly, a simple distraction from the reality of present world conditions. We are nearing a turning point in the history of mankind predicted by the Bible. To know the future it is necessary to study holy scriptures. Please do that while it is still possible at ‘JW.org’

A MEMORABLE PRIVATE FLYING EXPERIENCE!   Leave a comment

We took off from Victoria (YYJ) airport in fairly good weather conditions.

CF-KXA 2

After a stop at Port Townsend’s Jefferson County Airport to clear US customs we headed South over Washington, then Oregon.

Flying weather began to change as we flew South. Thick clouds became steadily more concerning.  After refueling at Salem Oregon we ducked under a steadily lowering sky to gratefully land among the multiple sharp hills surrounding Roseburg Oregon. 

Staying overnight in a local Motel all four of us needed a rest after being airborne for a little more than five hours in our so-called, ‘flying milk-stool’.  The Piper PA-28 Tri-Pacer is so nicknamed owing to its somewhat eclectic stool-like tricycle landing gear.

Averaging just over one hundred miles per hour airspeed, the newly re-covered fabric Tri-Pacer’s reliable (135 h.p. Lycoming) engine never missed a beat while burning less than five gallons of fuel per hour.

Weather was only slightly better the next morning as we continued our journey to California, opting for a Coastal flight plan. 

Landing for fuel and refreshment at a windy and cold Arcata California airport for fuel, the weather was finally beginning to clear, it was CAVU from there on (ceiling and visibility unlimited), a true delight. 

Soon we were flying over picturesque San Francisco bay, with a great view of the famed Golden Gate bridge, always an awesome sight. 

Next we landed at Oceano airport, (Pizmo Beach), exactly half-way between San Fran and Los Angeles, just a short walk from beautiful sandy Pacific Ocean beaches.  (check their website out here: Oceano California airport.)

We spent the night at an eclectic older beach motel.  It was so nice by the beach in California’s March sunshine my two young daughters would probably have been quite happy to stay right there for awhile.

But we resumed our coastal trip South the next day, and after dodging restricted military airspaces we landing at our final destination, namely Lindbergh Field, San Diego California.

While only there for a day we enjoyed warm sun; the famous SD zoo, and the aviation museum. However our return flight home would again be marred by stormy weather conditions as we flew North. 

CF-KXA

Staying right on the coast for easy navigation, heavy black clouds again began to cause some serious concern.  By the time we reached Oregon heavy rain greatly reduced forward visibility, not to mention turbulence from strong winds. My wife firmly indicated her wishes by pumping her finger downward; she wanted to land to land a.s.a.p., it was not optional.

I had to agree. And as it happened there was a little used former military airfield, Cape Blanco State, now coming into view below. It turned out to be a blessed port in a storm.

With rain pounding on our venerable ‘buttercup’, I circled the airport trying to determine if there was anyone in attendance.  I thought I detected someone but wasn’t sure.  Regardless of that it was still the wisest course to land.

I could have landed KXA several times on the long 5100 foot concrete runway, no problem.  It was good to be safely on the ground, but we felt isolated as we sat there with engine shut down and only the sound of relentless rain. 

Then I caught sight of a man under an open covered storage shed along one side of the runway.Bracing myself against wind and rain I left family in the plane and jogged over to him.

Turns out he was the caretaker of the entire airport, and very friendly to Pilots. After describing our flight plan, he unhesitatingly handed me a large ring full of keys, explaining that one of them was for a cabin a short distance from the airport we were welcome to stay in overnight!

He also suggested we take a huge parked 1960’s vintage Oldsmobile in order to locate a restaurant in the town of ‘Sixes’ about four miles South on adjacent coastal highway 101 then return to the cabin.  And that is exactly what we did!

After dinner we soon warmed up the cabin with its wood-burning stove.  Bunk beds had clean sheets and blankets, there was even a food-stocked refrigerator for breakfasting. 

A visitors log contained many gracious entries from appreciative travellers, and there was a container for maintenance donations. Needless to say I added our names to the log.

Heavy rain continued during the night. By morning the sky was gradually clearing off so we continued on the final leg of our journey uneventfully returning home to Victoria, B.C., a family with some fond memories.

To this day I never had a more agreeable flying experience, all because of making a prudent precautionary landing in stormy weather. 

There is a message in this experience for private pilots.

And perhaps for some others a different one here…?

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Air Canada flight 831 disaster   Leave a comment

On the news tonight It was the 50th anniversary of Air Canada flight 831 crash after taking off from Montreal in 1963… all 118 were killed.

I was booked to be on that flight, weeks ahead, it was a connecting flight from Halifax to B.C.  But while celebrating (honorable) release from the RCN (Royal Canadian Navy) in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, I made a last minute decision in the late afternoon to cancel, and re-book for another flight very early the next morning.

When I arrived at the Air Canada desk the next morning, the staff had just arrived and nervously whispered glancing at me while I waited for ground transportation.  I thought I must have revealed some evidence of late night partying.?  Completely unbeknown to me, apparently, they had just learned of the crash and realized I had been booked on it, many days in advance.

In my case this is just trivia now of course, but as Solomon so well said it “…time and unforeseen events overtake them all.” (Eccl. 9:11)

Our lives are so limited by circumstances we have no control over, I most truly sympathize with those who lost family members on flight 831, but thankfully we all still have hope to see loved ones in the future provided we exercise faith in the loving ransom of Christ Jesus… while that opportunity still exits. (please visit JW.org)