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Something Startles Me Where I Thought I was Safest

Reading and writing about Solar Storms and Refuge is helpful for thinking about identity. In his essay “The Etiquette of Freedom,” Gary Snyder observes that wildness is everywhere, “ineradicable populations of fungi, moss, mold, yeasts, and such that surround and inhabit us” (14). 800 more words

Literature

If we wake up to the earth, we must listen to all her stories

All places and all beings of the earth are sacred. It is dangerous to designate some places sacred when all are sacred. Such compromises imply that there is a hierarchy of value, with some places and some living beings not as important as others. 638 more words

Spirituality

Earth raises a plasma shield to battle solar storms

Earth can raise shields to protect itself against solar storms. For the first time, satellites and ground-based detectors have watched as the planet sends out a tendril of plasma to fight off blasts of charged solar matter. 528 more words

ScienceQ-News

Earth raises a plasma shield to battle solar storms

Earth can raise shields to protect itself against solar storms. For the first time, satellites and ground-based detectors have watched as the planet sends out a tendril of plasma to fight off blasts of charged solar matter. 528 more words

Science And Research NEWS

Earth Raises a Plasma Shield to Battle Solar Storms | Soren Dreier

Earth can raise shields to protect itself against solar storms. For the first time, satellites and ground-based detectors have watched as the planet sends out a tendril of plasma to fight off blasts of charged solar matter. 35 more words

Daily Posts

HBCU Money™ Dozen 3/3 – 3/7

Did you miss HBCU Money™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. We have made some changes here at HBCU Money™ Dozen. 254 more words

The Dozen