Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Pet hydration station so far. 7-up can has moved to the right.  Its still there. Why build bicycle lanes if people are allowed to ride on the sidewalks? I wonder what band is in there? MV Manitoulin   Work continues on the Leased Lot #3 site, although the pace is rather slow.  Looks like excavation […]

Thunder Bay - Tourist Must Have

Thunder Bay – Tourist Must Have

I think that every visitor to the city needs one of these.  It would make strolling through the north end of the city easier.

The World – How Much Oxygen Does The Rainforest Produce?

With all of the fuss being raised about the fires raging in the Amazon jungle, I thought I would look into just how much oxygen rainforests produce. Does the Amazon rainforest really produce 20% of the world’s oxygen? Richard Muller, Prof. Physics UC Berkeley, author “Physics for Future Presidents”  Answered Aug 24, 2019 · Upvoted by Andreas Buehler, MSc […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Anyone remember Doran’s? MV Manitoulin MV Ojibway Sit on a bench in Marina Park and what view of the lake to you get? or this? Trash in context.  Left over from yesterday’s event. Alternate view Trash in context. Dorito bag Clothing left behind Trash? Pedestrian overpass today Eat you watermelon and then just drop the […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Update on the pet hydration station mentioned in yesterday’s post.  The 7-Up can has been crushed.  Not thrown in the trash though.  The crushed can was left at the hydration station. Trash in context Another cowardly sidewalk cyclist. MV Federal Rhine   Colourful sails Construction on Leased Lot #3 so far. Doubt if there will […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Trash in context Trash in context.  What if the pet is more of a ‘Sprite’ drinker? Painted rocks. I picked up the Coraline rock and moved it to Marina Park. More trash in context. Hair Spray with dinner? No need for the spray head when you are chugging the contents. Yup, I am in Thunder […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Hopefully this lane gets opened before Christmas. That’s the problem with these repairs is that it takes days if not weeks to complete.  Work crews finish the water vale replacement in half a day. Then it the waiting game for the asphalt surfacing work to be completed. You don’t see these laying around very often. […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday, Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday, Wednesday

Tuesday started out OK but then it rained. Sooo, not many photos. Not sure what this collection of trash is supposed to accomplish? Is it supposed to be recycling?  Its a mess anyway. Trash in context.  One of these days, I am going to count all of the take-out cups I see. Has to be […]

The World – Why Renewables Can’t Save The Planet

Actually, the title should be ‘Why Renewables Can’t Save Us’. The planet would recover after we are long gone.  It has many times in the past. I look at Fukushima and Chernobyl and figure nuclear power is too dangerous.  Solar and wind are safer. But does this make economic sense?  Are renewables any better for […]

The World – When Is The News Not The News?

Who controls the information you are allowed to see?  Building WTC 7 collapse study released today. Have you seen anything in the mainstream media about that? Also, I have noticed that many news outlets have a bias, slanting their coverage of stories to favour their biases.  The use of the term regime when covering a […]