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Process 2: flubs

A print of an enlarged dissection of a Cranesbill Geranium blossom.  One of the tricky aspects of printing on this thin gampi paper is that the printer does not like it, and the inkheads of the printer tend to clog and splotch, often resulting in a totally messed up and unusable print. 80 more words


Our Valentine to Mother Earth

Humans don’t show much love for the planet that has nurtured and sustained us through eons of time. Now the planet seems to be heading somewhat aimlessly down a long corridor of death–with whales stranding, glaciers melting, fish dying and birds dropping out of the skies–and of course taking us with it, though strangely few people seem to notice or care. 1,349 more words


Geoengineering Report for Week Ending January 28, 2017

Dane Wigington’s latest radio program. You can visit his website at geoengineeringwatch.org . While what follows doesn’t relate, other than peripherally perhaps, to anything Wigington discusses on the program, I thought I would throw it in as well (H/T Ariadna ). 918 more words


Geoengineering Report for Week Ending January 14, 2017

Dane Wigington’s weekly radio show on geoengineering. You can visit his website here.

People also might want to check out the following:

Mass animal die-offs that have occurred since January 1, 2017: 268 more words


The Only Carnivore that Ever Gave Up Meat and Became a Vegetarian

RT’s documentary on efforts in China to save the Giant Panda.

“We must follow the laws of nature…”
–employee at the Panda Breeding and Research Center, Chengdu, China… 63 more words


The origins of spiritual agriculture, 2

Generations of spiritual farmers of Bharat, who have safeguarded the ‘parampara’ of dharmic cultivation, have shown us the worship that ties together the cultural, religious and biological richness of our civilisation. 2,804 more words


Wildlife Mass Die-Offs in 2016

The video above shows the bodies of massive numbers of reindeer who died in central Norway back in late August. The official explanation is that their deaths were due to a lightning strike, which sounds rather farfetched, and contamination of some sort–that someone probably doesn’t want to admit to–seems a much more likely explanation. 564 more words