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  1. Desert breeze Swirling , twirling, billowing dust desert breeze obscuring just Lazing , dazing, the lizard lies blazing sand, unblinking eyes Waiting, watching, soaring high drifting on silent wings he spies searching for prey the eagle flies Hurrying, scurrying toward it's lair the little hare hastens, still unaware Now it's time, the wings to fold swooping down, plunging bold talons stretched, grasping hold the little hare dies as life unfolds Swirling, twirling, billowing dust desert breeze obscuring just W4U
  2. Old man thinking Old man sitting, rocking, dreaming summer evening, swamp air steaming he's a thinking, puffin smoke Pipestem worn, burned out bowl crops of corn, grandma's stole he's a thinking, puffin smoke Silver watch, cousin Joe boxing match, what a blow he's a thinking, puffin smoke Old man, old man, sitting all alone thinking and a dreaming, ain't no phone He's had a good life bye and bye now he's resting, time does fly Jody's dog, what a scare Billy's hog, last years fair He's a thinking, puffin smoke Caught a trout in the rain damn
  3. Sunday Park Brightly filters sunlight through the foliage of the scarred old tree bearing knife marks Joe loves Mary, 1963 broken hearts, carved so boldly for anyone to see Sunday morning park basking in the sun flowers blooming, beetles zooming so inviting to have fun Car pulls up the parking lot slamming doors, engine hot blankets, dishes, picnic baskets on the grass that's still wet bats and balls, strung out net now we're ready, we're all set Watch it Johnnie, don't do that oh were is that catsup now Steven see, you broke the bat we ne
  4. Oldest Known Drawing by Human Hands Discovered in South African Cave By Nicholas St. Fleur, Sept. 12, 2018 Nine red lines on a stone flake found in a South African cave may be the earliest known drawing made by Homo sapiens, archaeologists reported on Wednesday. The artifact, which scientists think is about 73,000 years old, predates the oldest previously known modern human abstract drawings from Europe by about 30,000 years. https://www.nytimes.com/201
  5. I understand what you are saying about expansion but that is in spite of gravity, not because of it. Air (bouyancy) is what makes a helium balloon rise . Gravity would make the balloon fall down helium was not less dense than the air. In an airless environment the helium balloon would fall down due to gravity. Expansion is due to heat. A hot air balloon is a perfect example of expansion due to heat. Forming a giant https://www.space.com/22471-red-giant-stars.html# The Helium Flash https://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/~infocom/The Website/end.html#
  6. Doesn't gravity cause objects to become more dense?
  7. I don't understand your use of the term "options", as if there was a possible option in the direction of time. Time is an emergent phenomenon as a result of duration of present change. As such the emergence of time always lies in the future and the arrow of time cannot be anything but point toward the future. Even if we were able to travel back in time, our subjective time would lie in the next moment of our future. This of course would immediately result in a paradox. Hence "The Arrow of Time always points towards the Future", as Time emerges along with duration of change.
  8. Nicely done and made attractive for actual implementation. There is one statement I disagree with. "Save the Planet" is identifying the wrong victim. The Earth doesn't need saving. I's doing just fine . It's been through a lot worse than mankind in its 4.5 billion years. It is "Life on Earth" that needs saving. I believe George Carlin was brutally right in this little skit. And it is topical today. Especially now that Texas has lifted mandatory covid protections. Unbelievable.
  9. Again, what does Dark Matter have to do with the LINK hypothesis? Some kind of molecular Entanglement? What does that even mean?
  10. Roman waterways. http://engineeringrome.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/IMG_3747-1024x768.jpg Figure 2. The iconic Tiber river, a key component of Rome’s advantageous founding location. http://engineeringrome.org/the-water-system-of-ancient-rome/
  11. Does this illustrate the concept of toroid shaped cells? #rp from @illuminaticongo -
  12. IMO, one can draw several conclusions from the aspects that set us apart from other Great Apes, rather than what we have in common, which basically doesn't tell us anything about evolution. There is one major identifier what sets human apart from all other Apes and that is a single mutated chromosome. Human Chromosome 2 is a fusion of two ancestral chromosomes Alec MacAndrew Introduction http://www.evolutionpages.com/images/hum_ape_chrom_2.gif Conclusion http://www.evolutionpages.com/chromosome_2.htm I am convinced that the fusion of two ancest
  13. New Zealand river first in the world to be given legal human status A river in New Zealand has become the first in the world to be granted the same legal rights as a person. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-39282918 India becomes second country to give rivers human status (CNN) — https://www.cnn.com/2017/03/22/asia/india-river-human When will the US give equal rights to our natural resources?
  14. Another impressive performance by the Pat Metheny group
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