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Stephanie C. Fox

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Right Rather Than Popular – We Are Overpopulated, and Do NOT Have a Right to More, More, More.

Mark Twain said: “It is better to be popular than right.”

He lived in a different time, when the Industrial Revolution was just taking off. Resources were not scarce.

Things have changed, and his advice no longer works.

The Earth has a lot of problems, starting with humans.

We use too much, and too many […]

Ignore Anyone Who Tells You Not to Watch or Read Something – and Watch or Read It!

Here is a version of Vaccine: The Cull – Nae-Née Wasn’t Enough, as a movie that is banned in some places: Gray State – The Rise.

It is a terrifying depiction, one without the relief offered in Vaccine: The Cull, which gives breathing room punctuated by moments of absolute horror and violence. This movie trailer […]

Connecticut’s Next Budget is Done – Is the Bee Inspector On It?

Well, I tried. So did the Connecticut Beekeepers Association.

The Connecticut Apiary Inspector’s position was one of the items on the state budget that needed to stay on it.

This crucial individual, Mark H. Creighton, works very hard at what he does, has the necessary knowledge and experience to do it, and travels all over […]

Climate Change: Beware of Peer Pressure When Evaluating It.

When I prepare a blog post, I check off the categories and tags on the sidebar. This time, I noticed that I checked off most of the ones that I deal with in my Nae-Née series, which is dystopian science fiction about human overpopulation as an underlying cause of ecosystems collapse.

In that series, at […]