Most trees in the Okanogan and the Okanagan are scrub growth that grew up after the land that was the people was ethnically cleansed to create wilderness. The pines below, victims of last […]
Oxygen is explosive. Welcome to the fire planet, water creature .
Here’s an image of a fairly typical hillside on the west side of Yellowstone. Earth is fire: not just her core, but all of her. The steam, the wetland sedges and reeds, […]
The earth is warming, globally. There are many factors for this warming, including carbon emissions, methane emissions and urbanization (which changes light absorption patterns), among others, likely even including long-term non-human cycles, but […]
Sure, the story of carbon emissions is the global warming story, but there’s also the story of the warming that comes from urbanization, and there’s the story that comes from the warming […]
This is no ordinary planet we live on. I think it’s best to walk outside and take a look … There are many flames, new and old, in this photograph of Middleton […]
Fire comes from the centre of the solar system. Water comes from the edge of the solar system. They meet on earth. You would think they might extinguish each other, but no. […]
Canada does not deserve this land. It burns it… Forest Fire Smoke Over Okanagan Landing … it tries to make it hotter than it is … Plasticized Soil (Weeds, plastic, clay), […]
The heart rises with it. Sunrise Over the White Lake Hills That’s the way it is on this earth, for creatures born to it.
… and comes back up, it looks like this. Carpenter Ant, Big Bar Lake, Chilcotin Basalt I have seen these guys walk through walls of flame and across red-hot coals. That’s the […]