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My heart remains tied to the sea, wherever I live. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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the desert achieves a sense of unexplainable scale and perspective
— (via cadesounds)
Just had a really sweet phone call with a dear man who makes me do nothing but smile and feel really comfy. Such a good one.
Sometimes, it’s really a reconnection with a person over the phone lines that really does make or break a night. Tonight, my night is made.
Last night with the pup. Last night in a warm apartment, too. House-cleaning and tidying are my evening chores.
More writing too. That felt good last night.
Power steering fluid.
Torque and Radius Arms
And then there’s the inside. All before the bus leaves the yard. Everyday.
I need to memorize this, along with what I’m checking and why.
The test is next Friday.
by Robert Hunziker Readers of this article will likely live to see climate change so disruptive and damaging that it will alter the Western world’s standard of living. In fact, the onset of radical…
Additionally, the ice melt and warming at the Arctic instigates a critical climatic problem, i.e., disruption of the jet streams. Dr. Jennifer Francis of Rutgers University has presented research to the scientific community that demonstrates that Arctic sea ice loss and warming impacts upper-level atmospheric circulation such that, “… slowing its winds and increasing its tendency to make contorted high-amplitude loops. Such high-amplitude loops in the upper level wind pattern (and associated jet stream) increase the probability of persistent (that is, longer-duration) weather patterns in the Northern Hemisphere potentially leading to extreme weather due to longer-duration cold spells, snow events, heat waves, flooding events, and drought conditions.” And, isn’t this exactly what has been happening?
Yes. It’s real.
From my BFF in Denver. Miss her!
Strutting to the bus stop… ;)