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Poem-A-Day: Robin Beth Schaer (again)

It was difficult to choose just a couple of poems to feature here from the book Shipbreaking by Robin Beth Schaer. (I posted one yesterday as well. 1,040 more words

Poetry

Bugging Out During the Second Great Dying

“If all mankind were to disappear, the world would regenerate back to the rich state of equilibrium that existed ten thousand years ago. If insects were to vanish, the environment would collapse into chaos” 758 more words

Anthropology

Grizzly bear trophy hunting will continue under all the political “bans.”

Animal Alliance of Canada

BC Animal Advocates – Please share widely!

– The Liberals, NDP and Greens all plan to allow trophy hunting of Grizzlies to continue! 205 more words

Extinction

Mass Extinction in the West Asian Cluster

Sunday

The “West Asian Cluster” is a term that I use to identify the several early civilizations that emerged in Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Anatolia (cf. 1,015 more words

Civilization

No, pandas aren't evolutionary failures, shut up

Giant pandas are awesome. They are the cuddliest snuggle-muffin cutie pie animal there is, but they’re also massive bears that could kill you as easily as scratch their nose. 1,569 more words

Climate Change

Wolf Nearing Extinction Gives Birth To 6 Pups At Museum

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) – A wolf nearing extinction in the wild has given birth to six pups at a North Carolina museum.

The News & Observer reports… 135 more words

News

The Scarcity of Human DNA

         Atwood’s finale to the MaddAddam Trilogy focuses on how the remaining group of humans survive the everyday struggles of a post-Flood world. This lack of survivors arises as a major issue for the survival of the human race, as their small number in size does not reach the minimum needed to viably repopulate the Earth. 470 more words

MaddAddam