Tag Archives: environment

For no rhyme or reason …

June 30, 2011

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Supposedly, this blog is devoted to theological-sociological-spiritual-cultural-environmental proclammation. Nuts to that for now. I loved this video of breaching whales and I’m passing it along. God is fun and he loves it when his creatures have fun.

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Global Warming 101 & Green Parenthood

June 25, 2011

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The crowded blogging world features everything from the ridiculous to the trashy to the beautiful to the sublime. Green Parenthood is definitely sublime. It provides practical answers to the inevitable question: “What can a working stiff like me do now that I know the Earth has rolled into Darth Vader’s palm?” You’ll find tips on green picture books for kids, natural stress relief, green weight loss, eggshell recycling, uses for olive oil, and green birthday party ideas. It also points to videos on the environment, most of which children can understand. Here’s one on climate change from the National Geographic …

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For All Bloggers: Write Green

January 5, 2011

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Thomas Chasm tells of a fascinating scheme in which we effectually plant trees when we race our fingers across our keyboards.

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Tap Dancing at the Cataclysm

June 21, 2010

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So there are two ants on an ant hill, see, and both ants feel the ground tremble and boom. They notice this gargantuan creature – this sky-high behemoth – walking toward them. One ant says to the other ant: “Human: better run.” The other ant replies: “No worries. Humans would never hurt us because I’ve constructed a psychological/sociological grid – a theoretical model, if you will – of a human being.

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