I was talking about Artificial Intelligence last week: here. I will be expanding on my key points this week, but first one more foundational note. AI must have an environment if it […]
Water has a surface tension. It divides light into bands of energy. It keeps some and sends more away, but not evenly. So does mullein. In mullein’s case, it covers its pulpy, […]
This log was placed in a wetland near Okanagan Lake in Vernon, for the enjoyment of western painted turtles. Right now, the turtles are hibernating, but look at the pond recreate itself […]
This wetland beauty is what a real tourism is made of. I witnessed busloads of Asian tourists scattered across pastures in Iceland, to take pictures of exquisite light. The timing, the location, […]
When a breeze shifts the old cat tail stalks, the energy skin on the water kinks, again and again. Water remembers each kink. Then the greater memory kicks in and the energy […]
I am not angry. I am sad. My elders taught me that these were cat tails. They taught me that poetry was a fairy tale. They taught me that these were swamp […]
You don’t have to hear it to know that it is music. Nor does it have to be written in notation. It can be lived.
Things are just what they seem. Like dreams, the act of looking into water has no words. And it can’t be given any, except the simplest ones: blue, log, deep, water, light, wet, […]
Sobbing water. Sad water (30 minutes from public sobbing). Sadder water. (32 minutes from open sobbing.) Happy water. Yay! Love a beaver today!
Schools aren’t classrooms. Classrooms are courses within schools. Putting children in classrooms teaches them about classification and abstraction, how to think in groups and how to put their words into sentences. It is […]