Earendel, “Morning Star” who twinkled bright within six million years of Cosmic Birth – the eldest star we can see in the night for now, with current optics, near the Earth – though Hubble can resolve you as a star we have a mirrored honeycomb in place that corrects for the light stretched to IR. […]Read more "Sharper Cosmos"
Appreciating, once tentacles point it out, what it is you see.Read more "Alien Tourism"
Cetacean sonar has been found to be extremely well-focused, allowing them to detect more than that for which we gave them credit.Read more "DOLPHIN AND PORPOISE"
response to early requests for forgetnessRead more "Heal And Move On"
Sunset after fires green trees look monochrome brown – funeral somber – just smoke and atmospherics or arboreal mourning?Read more "FIRE TANKA"
NUCLEAR DISSIDENT ISOTOPES Neutrons come and go. If their ratio’s heavy, … instability.Read more "NUCLEAR DISSIDENT ISOTOPES"
Eurythenes plasticus is a species of amphipod, first described in 2020. It was named in reference to the PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic found in its stomach.Read more "Eurythenes plasticus"
CETACEAN SOUL SEARCH When a whale looks you in the eye, it’s to communicate and learn – species to species. A whale’s eye is a picture window to its soul – a panoramic view of kind receptiveness deeper than, by comparison, our tiny brains. It’s not just the size differential that tells you […]Read more "CETACEAN SOUL SEARCH"
AGE OF THE UNIVERSE Indulging in lots of dark energy, she begins to grow detached and aloof. Though parts of her are still quite attractive, she’s expanded substantially since youth, no longer can touch her extremities and has lost some of her former sparkle. She remembers when she was much hotter – […]Read more "Age Of The Universe"