On Life, Death & Atoms...

Sometimes, lots of atoms assemble into thinking, feeling, watery entities. Then, later, after constantly obtaining, manipulating, and discarding matter/energy to grow, develop (and sometimes replicate), these squishy thinkers drift back to their original, free form. 130 more words


Awareness is a constant.

The biosphere is aglow with morphogenetic fields. You and I are warriors of the multiverse.

Nothing is impossible.

We are at a crossroads of presence and materialism. 168 more words

Updated love story

One thing I like so much about Kristianstad is the closeness to nature.

Parts of the surroundings are biosphere reserves since the grounds are kept open by cows, and this area is known for the cooperation between man and nature. 143 more words


Continued destruction of Earth’s plant life places humankind in jeopardy, says UGA research | UGA Today

Athens, Ga. – Unless humans slow the destruction of Earth’s declining supply of plant life, civilization like it is now may become completely unsustainable, according to a paper published recently by University of Georgia researchers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 17 more words


The Great Grief: How To Cope with Losing Our World | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

By Per Espen Stoknes

Climate scientists overwhelmingly say that we will face unprecedented warming in the coming decades. Those same scientists, just like you or I, struggle with the emotions that are evoked by these facts and dire projections. 269 more words


Octopus's Garden? Underwater Greenhouses Thrive

Image Credit: NEMO’S GARDEN

As counter-intuitive ideas go, this one’s hard to beat: Instead of raising crops on land — where they’ve been growing for, you know, millions of years — how about growing them underwater, in the ocean? 227 more words