Green and MeanThis song expresses my unhappiness with the Trump administration and how the politics of pollution have become more evident.
Pebble MineRachel Carson was the first to alert people to the health risks of chemicals in the environment. That was 1962 and the hazards to the ecology appear to have greatly increased.
The EPA Forgot to "P"Rachel Carson was the first to alert people to the health risks of chemicals in the environment. That was 1962 and the hazards to the ecology appear to have greatly increased.
What the Frack is Fracking?Fracking appears to be very dangerous to human health, but the companies getting natural gas in this manner have some protection. The public is largely unaware of this process and of potential dangers.
The Uranium DragonWho knew, but Uranium ore is mined and we have a major deposit in Southern Virginia. Legislators have been heavily lobbied to lift the ban on mining, but they have to consider the risk to human health.
A Gallon Of GasWe all look at the advertised price of a gallon of gasoline, but we need to look at the bigger picture. We need to be aware of the larger cost to the environment and to human health.
The Last ButterflyButterflies are a symbol of beauty and renewal, but butterflies are disappearing, with some species headed to extinction. The extinction is no doubt due to habitat loss and pesticides. Enjoy them while they last.
Polar Ice BearIt is likely that Polar Bears will become extinct in the lifetime of our grandchildren, due to the melting of the Arctic ice. The bears are the innocent victims of human indifference to climate change and its consequences.
Rachel CarsonRachel Carson was the first environmental activist. She brought attention to the unintended consequences of DDT. We are living with the consequences of more serious environmental toxins today.
Mr. GoreAlbert Gore made us aware of global warming and was stigmatized for mentioning it, but he will be recognized when the full consequences of climate change are experienced.
Piece of Pie in the SkyWe are all conditioned to be consumers and from a cultural perspective, we are taught that we can buy happiness. By extending this reasoning, we should be able to buy the ultimate happiness - a place in Heaven.
Build a Better World TogetherJohn Lennon's 1970 war protest song, “Give Peace a Chance” would not resonate in today’s world. I took his phrase, “All we are saying is …” and changed the ending to “…build a better world together.” The song is an anthem to encourage people of difference to live and work together.
Old ScoutPriests and ministers used to say only humans go to Heaven, but it seems they have equivocated to please dog owners. We don’t know if the churches are ruling that dogs have souls or if they only can get in on a family pass.
Gift ExchangeI wrote this song for use by people concerned about our environment, who when meeting during the Christmas season have a non-religious song to enjoy.
Apologies to GalileoThis is my tribute to Galileo who underwent the now iconic trial in which he was tried for heresy by the Catholic Church.
Galileo, Darwin, Jesus and MeEncouraging people to be more creative and think about sharing their thoughts.
Human ConditionDescribing the reality in which we find ourselves and our dilemma in trying to find answers.
The Reason for It AllThinking about the purpose or intention of the universe and if humans will ever know.
The Big TestHaving a little fun with the idea that we should accept the “mystery” explanation of our world and not think about it.
Thinker's HymnAn attempt to describe the situation a "nonbeliever" is in, in our current culture.
Unscrew the InscrutableMy personal goal for the existential aspect of my life.
What Are We Doing Here?My perspective on what humans can do at this stage in our evolution.