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Anthropocene

I’ve been pondering the Anthropocene since my geology college days. Having seen the geological evidence of how other ages mass have dramatically changed, I wondered how we will fare. In¬†Anthropocene, on the TED Radio Hour, noted thinkers do a little pondering of their own. It’s entertaining and worth a listen if the Anthropocene has crossed […]

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Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

What more can be said? The beginnings of my love of nature go far back into childhood where wonder, beauty, and nature’s intertwining wrap filled my live with joy and purpose. Somewhere along the way I lost much of that inspiration as: my spiritual connection with nature was replace by a dead, legalistic religion family […]

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Chilling Out with Probiotics

More probiotic news from Science Friday: Reporting in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers write of reducing anxiety and stress in mice by feeding them a probiotic-laced broth. Study author John Cryan discusses how the gut influences the brain, and whether the same might hold true in humans. And I’m sure I’ve experienced […]

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