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This Little Light of Mine

How to shine a light

so bright that the willfully

blind at last can see?

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I fear that, in truth,

any light, sufficiently

bright, would do more harm than good.

Poetry

The Plant That’s Eating B.C.

Maclean’s article by Ken MacQueen:
The plant that’s eating B.C..

From Wikipedia:
In Greek mythology, the Lernaean Hydra (Greek: Λερναῖα Ὕδρα) was an ancient serpent-like water monster with reptilian traits. 318 more words

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Rain

It rained today. Well, it’s England, it’s June, what else do you expect? But the rain brings out the toads. It’s funny, you’d think any self-respecting Amazonian reptile would take one look at our cold, grey, English mornings and hide under a log. 485 more words

Issues of Incineration Disposal of Agricultural and Forestry Radioactive Wastes in Fukushima Prefecture by Toshikazu Fujiwara

Makeshift incineration facilities in Minamisoma City, Fukushima Prefecture

June 2, 2015

The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident released radioactive substances across a wide area of the environment. 1,130 more words

Japan

How much does the UK recycle compared to our EU neighbours, find out here!

Municipal Waste, waste from households and the general public accounts for about 10% of waste generated across the EU.

EU Targets are to

Recycle

Incineration Festival @ Electric Ballroom, Camden Underworld & The Black Heart, London 9.5.2015

Saturday morning I got up early to get a flight to go to London.  I haven’t been to London in years and the reason I went this time was the second edition of Incineration Festival, held at four venues (Electric Ballroom, Camden Underworld, The Black Heart and The Dev) in Camden, London.  837 more words

4.26.15 dream haiku

In line for any
flight; baggage left behind for
incineration.

Haiku