Monthly Archives: December 2019

Review of “Freaks” (mild spoilers)

* * * B Freaks is the movie that Dark Phoenix should have been. It’s hard to say much more about the film without spoiling it further than the trailer already does. Though made on a fairly low budget (I … Continue reading

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Review of “The Last Jedi” (Ivan Ortega’s edit)

* * * B Film editor Ivan Ortega, on his YouTube channel FilmFix, has been documenting his efforts to produce an edit of The Last Jedi that fixes many of its problems. He finally released the fine cut about six … Continue reading

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The Truth about Sea Level Rise

There is a lot of misinformation out there about how much sea level will rise due to global warming. The current best information (from 2018) comes from the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)’s latest report in chapter 9, … Continue reading

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Niagara Falls Pictures

On a recent off site meeting in Toronto, my team spent a day at Niagara Falls and took time in the afternoon to view the falls from both above and below (by boat). Here are some pics. This is the … Continue reading

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Reply to the CBC’s Letter to the West

The CBC published Robert Fraser’s Letter to the West: Let’s put aside the climate change thing for a bit and focus on some realities. I believe that it’s Eastern Canada that needs to put aside climate change; if that is … Continue reading

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