Hawaii is today a terrific place, but the coming Peak Oil crisis will be devastating. So come now before it is too late! Is it really hopeless for the Hawaiian economy? Most probably, but for inspirational purposes, click on "The Sustainable Expo for 2020." Your daily newspaper no doubt recently ran this article by Neil. R. Peirce of the Washington Post on how certain cities--such as Munich, Barcelona and Seoul--met the challenge facing Honolulu.
You will note to the right that there are two icons to check on who clicks to this site: VIEWERS and VIEWERS X. I've used VIEWERS since 11Feb2009. However, exactly three months ago, something went haywire with VIEWERS, so I added VIEWERS X. Well, the next day, VIEWERS returned, but I kept both to see how many new countries might visit in a certain time frame. Well, it looks like 123 countries have viewed Planet Earth and Humanity during this 90 day period, with a visitor count of 10,831, or an average of 109/day. In the meantime, 61,631 from 160 countries have clicked on since 11Feb2009 when Flag Counter was linked. I'll keep both for a while.