Tag: science

Dinosaur Seasons

3 Allasouraus dinosaurs running through forest
Since I was six years old, dinosaurs have fascinated me. I knew they had been extinct for 66,000,000 years (except for birds, as I learned much later) but they seemed so alive to me! The carnivores that I learned about as a child were so incredibly large and fierce with those gigantic teeth, like Tyrannosaurus. They especially enamored me of the humongous sauropods like Diplodocus and Brontosaurus. They were as big as houses! I used to daydream about how large one of them would be if I stood next to it. Would it reach that high window? Could it browse from that tall tree? The dinosaurs had...

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Global consciousness rising in midst of COVID trauma

globe made out of people
Responding to the needs of a troubled planet by Debra A. Harkins and Kelly Nezat Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering There is a crack, a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in. -Leonard Cohen In the darkest of days, the darkest of times, the darkest of pain, the light pushes through the cracks of an oppressive hegemonic system. We don’t get to choose the times and the events in our lives but we do get to choose how we engage them. In the darkest of times, the lights that still shine, shine even brighter as possibilities that were once hidden in the noise...

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