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Understanding Climate Change 101

Originally shared by Phys.orgThe first rains in centuries in the Atacama Desert devastate its microbial life – The Atacama Desert, the driest and oldest desert on Earth, located in northern Chile, hides a hyper-arid core in which no rain has … Continue reading

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From Hominids to Homos

Sapiens, that is…. here’s a thought, many of these ancestors are still part of our genetics, and we are actually still in that merging and emerging process. We have gone from natural sexual selection to unnatural selection via wars, genocides … Continue reading

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Earth: It’s Bipolar and OverDue

The early earth sciences sort of got behind the Continental Drift Theory – after all, the continents did seem to form a jigsaw puzzle. In the mid 1960 Current Era, the science of magnetic resonance discovered that the ocean floor … Continue reading

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Volcanoes a personal interest story

Mount Saint Helen’s waking up to ash several hours away in Canada was astonishing. I don’t remember feeling any of the related quakes because I was sleeping. Whenever I have been awake. I have always been able to sense the … Continue reading

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