your skin was liquid amber to one day encase my existence to preserve my essence to show the world I once breathed air - B. Brown (image courtesy of Pinterest. Protofeather fossils discovered entombed in amber from the Late Cretaceous era)
My mother's hand would clasp around mine, grasping the pencil, tracing the letters, I learned the art of word structure through my mother's insistence. And her persistence was critical, for reasons I did not know until I found myself craving the crisp landscape of paper, with an ink pen as my wand, I drafted spells... Continue Reading →
the single cell amoeba sends out it's distress signal in the form of a secretion that attracts other single cells... safety in numbers, fish maintain a closed distance from one another, constantly keeping tabs, not too close, not too far just enough to up the odds of survival should nature decide to rush it's course...... Continue Reading →
I had quantum fever this evening and watched a video about the Double Slit Experiment. Long story short, the 'light-ripple' experiment demonstrates the theory that all realities are possible until a destination is detected. If you want more juicy details, click this: https://curiosity.com/topics/the-double-slit-experiment-cracked-reality-wide-open-curiosity/ Anyways, isn't that cool? How do light particles 'know' what their destinations... Continue Reading →
Grief has seemed to be a prominent theme in my life and I'm just now managing how to deal with it. This is a wonderful post that I wish I'd found years ago.
In 2005, a new species of snake was discovered around the Kapuas River in the Indonesian part of the Borneo Island. The snake expert that caught the reddish-brown, poisonous snake put it in a container and when he went to retrieve it, the snake had turned almost completely white. This skill is noted in the... Continue Reading →