Monthly Archives: March 2011

Forgetting Fukushima? Via Greenpeace International

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Forgetting Fukushima? | Greenpeace International http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/features/Forget-Fukushima/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=feature&utm_term=032911_1003&utm_content=Fukushima&utm_campaign=Climate I’ve done nothing to research this, but it echoes my feelings on nuclear. If we don’t need to, why are we doing it? If the fallible human is involved, why are we doing it? And even if we are lucky enough to avoid apparently unaccountable natural disasters, what will we do with the waste… Read more »

Functional Exercise and Natural Movement

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Functional Exercise and Natural Movement | Naturally Engineered http://naturallyengineered.com/blog/functional-exercise-and-natural-movement/ This is an interesting article, and pertinent to my current workout routine. I’ve been using bodyweight and isometric exercises for the last month, as being away from home means that I’ve not had access to a gym. Gym exercises certainly have their value, and what the above article misses is that… Read more »

Final Day – Walking at St. Gervais

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Videos below! Final day in St. Gervais, and against forecast it was clear and sunny when we got up, so decided to have a last day on the slopes, but again with the snow shoes. I was fairly keen to make an assault on Mt. Joly, the highest peak in the immediate area. So we set off about 11:30 from… Read more »