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Alaska Part II: Tongass National Forest Zip Lining, a Must

As promised, I am writing a long-overdue continuation of my Alaska post. Almost a year since then, and it has been a mentally draining day so it really wouldn’t be one of substance, but still. 165 more words


“Nestlé is Trying to Break Us” Town Fights to Stop Bottled Water Megacorp from Stealing their Water

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project

Kunkeltown, PA — A small town in Pennsylvania is the latest to be targeted by Nestlé Waters North America, which, in typical fashion, is seeking to extract millions of gallons of freshwater to bottle and sell for an obscene profit — whether or not local residents approve. 751 more words


Origin of Earth's oldest crystals

New research suggests that the very oldest pieces of rock on Earth — zircon crystals — are likely to have formed in the craters left by violent asteroid impacts that peppered our nascent planet, rather than via plate tectonics as was previously believed. 10 more words



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Common Sense

A rare and lovely garden guest

As I rushed out the front door one morning, late for an appointment as usual, I saw a single leaf up ahead on our white walkway. 716 more words

Predawn Musings

Through Nevada to California....

Shadow and I say goodbye to Utah

Heading across Nevada toward California was a bit unnerving for me at first because I had it in my head that it was all desert with no where to get off or gas up. 905 more words