Jonathan Page has been a medical oncologist for 40 years, previously working in major teaching hospitals in Sydney, but now focuses on palliative care and important issues of the psycho-spiritual domain. He also has an interest in ecological matters and human rights.
The sight of an ice-free Arctic or Siberia on fire is tantamount to the discovery of cancer spreading to the brain. Some mitigation is possible but the prognosis is bad. Continue reading »
We have all been abandoned by our “leaders”, a pathetic coterie of self-focused, ignorant and immature individuals who lack courage, compassion and the capacity to recognize an impending catastrophe, with likely societal collapse and massive loss of life (already beginning). There is no possibility of technological salvation. Continue reading »