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Astrology September 25, 2014: Expansive Jupiter Trines Innovative Uranus

“If you do not see light at the end of the tunnel, consider it an opportunity to create an opening yourself, wherever you want.” Ashok Kallarakkal… 822 more words


Harnessing the wind to create sustainable fertilizer

Minnesota farmers send more than $400 million a year out of the state to buy nitrogen fertilizer, most of which comes from outside the U.S. and leaves a hefty carbon footprint. 897 more words


Short post 2.

This week, I am doing a 5 minute writing exercise each day. The rule: 5 minutes on a timer and I write and publish the result (I have some thought about what to write about beforehand, but everything on page is not edited). 159 more words


Affirmations for the Submissions Process

Today is a good day for acceptance.

Today, I accept myself.

I send this poem out with intense acceptance for myself. I’ve completed it, and therefore, I’ve already won. 198 more words


Flight or Fight!

I recently had an opportunity to visit Japan.  A short film I directed, “Tomoko’s Kitchen,” was invited for a special screening at the Dream Box film festival in Nagoya. 1,200 more words


Who Knew Pt 2

I knew. I don’t really recall how I found out. Probably a friend of a friend saw the information on Facebook or had let me know that he was engaged, or I saw it in an obituary in the newspaper. 631 more words

Break Ups

Drilling expedition to pioneer research through deepest Antarctic ice

When it comes to polar research, the University of Minnesota is striving to reach new heights — or rather, new depths.

In June, construction began on a first-of-its-kind drilling platform that U researchers will use to penetrate almost 11,000 feet below the surface of the main polar ice cap in East Antarctica. 438 more words