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Each day I awake with renewed energy for my pursuit to alter this Koyaanisqatsi. A turmoil inflicted upon the earth by the single dominant species. If my efforts encourage just one person to change their ways then that is time I have spent well. If I can alter the actions of many then I will be truly happy.

I coined the statement “The Line of code for the existence of humans should be deleted from the program of the planet earth. Without delay” back in May 2012. This has become a a personal and professional mantra of mine. To date there has been no evidence found by, or provided to, me to cause me to review/retract this statement and I do not hold out hope that I will see any evidence in my life time.

All blog posts, unless otherwise stated, are by the owner and editor of The Kritic – TeeKay. From time to time guest authors may contribute to this blog, however the opinions and views of those authors are their own and are not necessarily agreed with by me. Additionally, articles of interest may be reprinted here and the credit for those articles goes to the author and publications from which they came and will be credited as such.

Acknowledgement of Country

I acknowledge and respect the Traditional Owners and Elders of this land past, present and future for they hold the memories, the traditions, culture and hope of aboriginal people across this land that we call Australia, the land Down Under. I am honoured that I, was born, live & work in Tharawal country.

Carbon Policy

The Kritic does not pretend to be carbon neutral however we have committed to doing what we can where we can.

The Kritic uses Momentum Energy to power it’s office. Momentum Energy is 100% Australian-owned by Hydro Tasmania, Australia’s largest generator of renewable energy – generating hydro and wind power. Our reliance on grid electricity is also reduced by having a solar hot water system.

The Kritic website is hosted at Dreamhost a Green Hosting company. Dreamhost work continuously to neutralise their emissions. Visit Dreamhost to learn more about their Green Hosting.

I, TeeKay, also drive the most economic vehicle I can afford. It achieves just 4.8 litres per 100 Klms on the highway and 5.1 litres per 100 klms around town.

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