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Skeptic’s Look at a Skeptic Blog

This blog is also about Skepticism. My friend, Kitty, publishes a blog the Yankee Skeptic. She publishes guest posts on occasion. In fact, she’s published a couple of my blogs on her site. 1,050 more words

Community

Total Lunar Eclipse

As many of you know, last night was a total lunar eclipse easily visible in North America. I decided to capture the progression of the eclipse so I went out into the dark desert at 10:30 pm and set up my camera. 125 more words

Michelle Munoz Photography

Tucson, AZ

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A close up  infrared portrait of an old bird from the Pima Air and Space Museum.

Outdoors

Historic

The Spanish Period 1528-1821

The Mexican Period 1821-1848

Nearly two centuries after the decline of the large Archaic cities, when the first Europeans arrived, most of the natives were living in simple shelters in fertile river valleys, dependent on hunting, gathering, and small-scale farming for subsistence. 409 more words

Arizona

University of Arizona - Take Back the Night 2014

Every year, students and community members come together to protest sexual violence at Take Back the Night. Take Back the Night originated in the 1970s and continues to take place in communities across the country and the world. 158 more words

Psychologist

Hexagon to acquire Mintec

Hexagon AB, a leading provider of design, measurement and visualization technologies, has of today entered into an agreement to acquire Mintec, Inc., a resource modeling, optimization, mine planning and scheduling software developer for the mining industry. 364 more words

MineSight