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Thought For the Day: On An Introduction to Environmental Science

Two Issues Described Related To Environmental Science Either Local or Nationwide: Of the many and varied facets of environmental science, there are at least two general areas that have have been of interest for many decades.   The first of these … Continue reading

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Sunshine On A Rainy Day

Day 26th of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo and the optional prompt is to write an almanac poem using: Almanac Questionnaire Weather:  Rainy Day Flora:   Marsh Roses Architecture:  Limestone Customs:   Pork Tenderloin Mammals/reptiles/fish: Sandhill Cranes Childhood dream: Becoming the president Found on … Continue reading

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An Indictment of the 20th Century

We have lived through the bloodiest and cruelest century of mankind’s history.  God surely must be crying. An Indictment of the 20th Century by Michael Doyle Einstein insisted God did not play with dice While other insisted God needed no … Continue reading

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Relative Complicity

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 12 asks that we who take up the challenge of finding something dull that we’re willing to give away.  Well, sorry, but I’m twisting this into something that can never be owned, only given and that is so … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Lecture

With the wink of an eye and subtle gesture The man on the moon began his lecture It seems it doesn’t take an Einstein to know That even if you stumble, it’s on with the show That’s what was that … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Berkeley – Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous, et al

Born on March 12, 1685 and passing on January 14, 173, Bishop George Berkeley was an Irish philosopher who advanced the theory of immaterialism or subjective idealism.  This theory is much like the Hindu concept of maya (as I understand … Continue reading

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