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Elementary, my dear Rhobin

Rhobin Courtright’s homework for her faithful bloggers is, “What elements do you include in your stories to make a story seem and feel more realistic to the reader?” Hmm… There are 118 elements in the current Periodic Table. I had … Continue reading

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You may have missed the freebie

In the August issue of Bobbing Around, Rich McLean made an exclusive offer to Bobbing Around readers: 20 free coupons enabling download of what is basically his life’s work of art. Contact me to grab a free copy.

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Alternatives to Killing People for the Economy

Originally posted on Cynthia Kaufman:
As the U.S. begins to reopen after being shut down to protect us from spreading Covid-19, many people are beginning to talk about a choice between what is good for the economy and what will…

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New report from the Club of Rome: PLANET EMERGENCY PLAN

One of the chief authors is Sandrine Dixson-Declève In 1972, the Club of Rome validated my assessment of the evidence that humanity was heading down the wrong path, toward self-destruction. They’ve been my heroes ever since. Now, they have published … Continue reading

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Reincarnation: Fact & Fiction

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Melting Ice Everywhere — Arctic Sea Ice Extent Hit New Record Lows in Late July and Early August

Originally posted on robertscribbler:
If there is one word I’d use for the summer of 2019 it would be awakening. Awakening to a general public awareness of a climate crisis driven by fossil fuel burning we are now entering the…

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Listen!

I just received this picture. It says it all, except for the link, which is here. 🙂 Bob

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Death Lessons

Originally posted on Tas Through the Looking Glass:
Variations of this question have popped up often enough during presentaitons that I give regarding my near-death experience that I decided to just create a blog post. The question is: What commonality…

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Dignity in a Teacup

My name is Christine Cummins I am the convenor of the Bendigo Rural Australians for Refugees and a very passionate advocate. I spent five years working on Christmas Island as a torture & trauma counsellor and after I returned to … Continue reading

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Decency wins

A nice lady in Slovakia first attracted attention for organising a protest to block local environmental vandalism. Then she organised a national protest about two murders. Now, she has just been elected as her country’s president. In her campaigning, she … Continue reading

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