Lyme Truthers and Predator Docs
Sep30

Lyme Truthers and Predator Docs

  Ticks. Here in the Northeast U.S. ticks are a fact of life. If you’re from the area and ever had a dog who spent abundant time outdoors share your life, you know what I mean. Chances are too, it wasn’t just the dog that was bitten by a tick. The risk…? Lyme Disease and Babesiosis. Both are bad enough, there is another thing related to these that needs your attention. Dr. Russell Saunders reports on The Daily...

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Still Think We Need Wilderness?
Sep19

Still Think We Need Wilderness?

  For an eternity, Earth has been a land of wilderness. However, will that statement need to be moderated 50 years from now…? With the ever increasing needs of a rapidly expanding population, some of that wilderness has already vanished. What comes to my mind immediately is the destruction of parts of the Amazon Forest, but even here in the United States, we are not immune to permanent human encroachment into areas once...

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Why be thankful for an earthquake?
Sep18

Why be thankful for an earthquake?

  Why be thankful for an earthquake? What a question to even ask…! The ground shakes and quakes beneath the feet, ceiling lights and fans sway, walls crack and windows rattle and break… and worse. They rattle people’s nerves too. Plus, sadly, properties may be destroyed, injuries (or death) may result too. So how on earth (no pun implied) is there ever a reason to be thankful for an earthquake? There is one...

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