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Solar Eclipse 9/11/07 by Amber Moonstone
A Solar Eclipse on Sept.11, 2007 A little bit of astrology for your information!...
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Solstice by Joy Leftow
summer solstice and reminiscences about nature...
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Some Macabre Aspects of the Aceh Tsunami by Franz Kessler
This planet biosphere forms one huge ecosystem, shrouded in mystery in many ways. Whatever we breathe, drink, or eat is a product shaped of components...
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Somethin'else In Fish'n by Susan de Vegter
I love fishing but mostly fly fishing. My cousins here down south like a different kind of dare devil, in your pants, fishing. It's....well...
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Sonoran Desert Spring, April Spring, Tucson, Arizona by Jane St Clair
"The American West is the real deal. It is a spiritual space." Spring in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona is so beautiful that it proves the poets wron...
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Sovereign Living by Susan Lampe
Why live sovereign in the 21st century? ...
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Springs Summit by Albert Isaac
Springs Working Group Holds Summit at Camp Kulaqua...
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Springs Working Group Meeting by Albert Isaac
City Meeting to study potential impact on environment due to construction of the proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter...
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Stop the Wildlife Extinction Bill by Mr. Ed
Please Contact Your Senators...
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Stopping by Desert on a Yellow Poppy Afternoon by Jane St Clair
The Sonoran Desert in Arizona blooms with wildflowers - red, white, purple -- but mostly yellow - gorgeous yellow ...
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Straight Drive by Vasu Ramanujam
Can we humans learn a lesson or two about traffic sense from the other inhabitants of Planet Earth?...
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Strange Mating Habits Of Whitetail Deer by Ron Kruger
Cleverly compares the annual mating habits of deer with those of people....
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Summertime! x 3 by Susan Smith
Three faces of Summer : 1. The scientific face, 2. The Romantic and Poetic face, 3. The artsy and cultural face ...
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Sun Worshippers by Linda Allen
Summer - when sun worshippers of all ages and kinds spend idle moments under its warmth and light. Sunflowers, the floral sun worshippers, follow the...
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Support the Paw Act by Amber Moonstone
Support the PAW Act End Alaska's Aerial Hunting Program!...
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Swarming Into Spring by Dana Mentink
An uplifting article about the humble bee, it's important role in our world, the implications of Colony Collapse Disorder and interviews with Mt. Diab...
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Sympathy For the Devil (re-edit) by Tom Kitt
We are complete, always complete. This is a guarantee. But, through the limitations imposed by our awareness (or lack thereof)we inadvertently empower...
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Tabby Cat Terror for Black Bear by Peter Paton
Tabby Cat Terror for Black Bear ...
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Taking A Stand Against the Canadian Seal Hunt by DJ Kenney
It takes but one voice to be heard; many to be heeded. Silence may sometimes be golden; it is is more often a killer......
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Talking Rocks by Keith Varnum
In startling research, scientists report that they can put information into rocks and later retrieve that same exact information from those rocks. The...
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The 2008 Rubber Dodo Award by Mr. Ed
Guess Who Won...
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The 2010 Rubber Dodo Award by Mr. Ed
A Deserving Recipient, Indeed...
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The Autumn Equinox by Amber Moonstone
Today is the autumn equinox, an equal balance of night and day...Enjoy the feeling of balance and renewal! Peace, Love, and Light, Amber ...
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The Beauty Of Autumn by David Wagner
Our seasons become a part of our environment: The starkness and quietness of Winter, the resurgence and newness of Spring, Summer with its vibrancy an...
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The Beauty of Color by Linda Strawn
Sometimes we move so fast through life that we don't notice the simple beauty of color all around us...
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The best snorkeling beach on Kauai for kids by Monika Mira
: Lydgate Park is by far the best place to take young kids when traveling on Kauai and it’s free. It is also the safest place to teach your kids to sn...
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The Burger Menace in America by Neelam Pandey
It discusses the adverse affects of the non-veg burgers eaten by Americans on its environment and the population as well....
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The Chinook by Regis Auffray
Shatara's take on a natural phenomenon......
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The Clock Is Ticking by Mr. Ed
Please Help Us, To Help Them...
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The Collective Force by Tom Kitt
“…from time to time, disasters occur in the world due to the collective force of negativities within peoples’ disturbed minds.” ...
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The Dead Zone -- It's Coming! by Leland Waldrip
An update since posting my poem titled, "The Dead Zone."...
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The End of The Wild by Rhonda Baumgardner
My expess views on the wild and what is left of it. This is a 3 part article and I hope that everyone who reads it gets something from it that they di...
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The Flowers of the Kingdom by Sandra Smith
Flowers of the Kingdom describes how minerals combine to form gemstones....
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The Global Carbon Cycle by Dilip Dahanukar
How the Nature distributes the Sun's energy to all life through the carbon cycle...
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The Good Mother by Linda Bergman-Althouse
Wildlife Moms!!...
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The Gray Wolf by Elizabeth Parsons
Efforts to bring back the North American Gray Wolf....
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The Great American Backyard Campout by Mr. Ed
Take Your Family Camping This Weekend...
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The Green Bag and I by Joyce McDonald Hoskins
Taking care of our world. ...
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The hunter hunted by SpanishAngel From Heaven
some thoughts......
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The Imminent Danger of Wind Farms To Birds by Peter Paton
The Iminent Danger of Wind Farms To Birds...
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The Incredible Praying Mantis by D. Wayne Dworsky
I always wondered whether the name implies that this creature looks like it is praying or that it preys on other insects...
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The Leatherback by Mr. Ed
Faces Extinction...
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The Liger by Mr. Ed
A Fascinating Creature...
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The Mystery of Eels by Niki Collins-Queen
The migration of millions of eel spanning thousands of miles across the planet is one to the greatest unseen journeys of any creature around the globe...
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The Natural Beauty of Kentucky by Joyce Bowling
These stunning animals nearly took my breath away......
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The Natural World by L. Ross
An essay on the enjoyment of the natural world around us....
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The Negative Advantage by Tom Kitt
When completeness is denied, the denial gathers to become a singular entity that has control over all. ...
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The Nurseries of Life by Mr. Ed
May is National Wetlands Month...
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The Orangutan - Last of a Breed? by Franz Kessler
About the Otrangutan and vanishing forest habitats...
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The pictures that I didn't take by Heinz Ross
I saw the pictures that others took... The winners are few, the victims too many, be that in Vietnam or any other long forgotten conflict... ...
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