In slow motion, Síya? berries are bringing themselves down to us. This isn’t a fanciful idea. They really are. It’s exciting to watch. The excitement mounts!
Look at this vetch, with its spherical black seed, poised to capture the energy from a small gravity drop and translate it into a burrowing hide under the vetch stalks and the […]
Here are some examples of how the Earth thinks without using human thought. Raising Water Without a Pump Great height can be gained by evaporative surfaces connected to water tension surfaces in […]
So, this is cool. Snow falls, and that’s gravity. It stores the gravity as mass, and crushes the poor old mustard to the ground, the poor dear, sob, but, ta da! The […]
Water can pool on near vertical surfaces. If it has a little help. Moss transforming a vertical surface into a series of horizontal ones Bella Vista Hills A lake doesn’t have to […]
Today, gravity waves, and a gravity whirlpool, too! Amazing results happen when gravity is tethered. We stand between being spun off of the earth and drawn down to her molten heart. Nothing […]
Here it is. Blue Bunch Wheatgrass This 10-year-old re-seeded slope shows the likely historical condition of the valley under Syilx stewardship. This grass is very much alive. The valley hasn’t looked like […]
Russian olive making an arc against gravity. Turkey vulture making an arc against gravity. Human trail, making an arc around gravity at Palouse Falls. Red Osier Dogwood using a ladder of carbon […]
The blue bunch wheatgrass of the West, the signature grass of the Intermontane Grasslands, the beautiful one herself, stands straight and tall, until her seeds grow heavy and weigh her down, but […]
The arc of a rainbow and the arc of a fire sprinkler are both the result of gravity on an extraterrestrial level. We really are living among the stars.