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dahlias of stars

Dahlias of stars fill the sky.

Below,  a mysterious expanse

of sea, home to anomalies,

exotic and strange  exist in

deep trenches or  rise to the… 78 more words

Poetry

Crop Circles on "Monsters and Mysteries Unsolved"

The second episode of “Monsters and Mysteries Unsolved” again hit on mysteries rather than monsters with an installment on crop circles, about 100 of which are sighted each year around the world, but usually in the United Kingdom and most often in fields of wheat and barley, appearing overnight. 194 more words

Television

Pokémon Go

You probably have to be living under a rock to have not heard of the new mobile game Pokémon Go. It just came out and exploded in popularity. 1,235 more words

Ingress

Going Green: The Subterranean Kingdom of Saint Martin’s Land

“If you shut up truth, and bury it underground, it will but grow” – Emile Zola

A staple of Forteana is the story of the Green Children of Woolpit, documented by near contemporary accounts of William of Newburgh’s 1189 A.D. 3,412 more words

Anthropology

Embracing Tension

Here is the definition of “paradox” according to the Merriam-Webster’s Learner’s Dictionary:

paradox /ˈparədɒks/

noun

  •  : something (such as a situation) that is made up of two opposite things and that seems impossible but is actually true or possible…

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Misc. Musings

NIRF : Unofficially, A Broken Lens

Outlook India | 26 June 2016 | Arindam Mukherjee | Opinion |

The first ‘official’ ranking of professional ­institutes is a mess of poor planning and worse execution. 1,131 more words

HRD Ministry

US War on Terror: A 'Matrix of Lies And Deceit'

Canada-based international criminal lawyer Christopher Black attempted to analyze what lies behind the “war on terror” declared by the US after the 2001 attacks and came to the conclusion that it is nothing but an attempt to trap the people worldwide in the “matrix of lies and deceit that define the modern world.” 691 more words