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Tuesday Round - Up

This week we have some pretty interesting links and items to share with you.  We hope you enjoy.

This interview with former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright on NPR. 92 more words


It's A Bird-Eat-Bird World

My wife, daughter and I were in Berkeley, CA this weekend visiting my mom and some friends. One morning, while we were having breakfast and watching the visitor to the bird feeders hanging not far from the floor-to-ceiling windows, we witnessed a pretty dramatic event. 466 more words

Natural History

Down in the mud

The Norfolk coast at Burnham Overy Staithe where we’re staying this week undergoes twice daily low tides that leave boats stranded and large areas of mud for the sea birds to explore. 165 more words


Sapolsky on the Biology of Good and Evil

Guest post by Carl Sherman

“We’re a miserably violent species,” said Dana Alliance member Robert M. Sapolsky. “But we’re also a profoundly empathic, compassionate species. 902 more words


via Daily Prompt: Vague


Today, I sit and examine a work by Claude Monet; Le Pont de I’Europe. Gare Saint-Lazare, 1877. Oil on canvas, Musee Marmottan, Paris, France. 661 more words

Science Says This 1 Change in Your Behavior Can Help You Sleep Better

(Source: www.inc.com)

Some people are fortunate enough to call their colleagues their  friends. Others aren’t so lucky.

Whatever your situation, it makes sense to… 304 more words

Money Matters

Space isn't big enough for: Utopia

We think of space as big.  Infinitely big.

For all intents, it is.  Big.

Space is so big, that every single person living on Earth today could have their own habitable planet somewhere in our galaxy.  411 more words