I’ve always been interested in time lapse photography but the logistics were always too daunting: equipment that was too expensive, incomprehensible file formats, no wireless transfer of files . . . Continue reading Time Lapse Photography
On September 14, 2018, in Acknowledgements . . ., I railed against Justin Trudeau’s hobby of apologizing at the drop of a hat for instances of perceived injustices done over the last couple of hundred years, making the point that apologies were inappropriate and that it would instead be better to cast them as acknowledgements. Continue reading Apologies Redux
The mainstream media is rife with stories about extreme weather events. And the villain is almost always global warming: Continue reading Extreme Weather and Global Warming
In October 2017, I wrote in Darwinism in my Sideyard! about an experiment where I had planted several different ground covers (specifically creeping thyme, lily of the valley, common blue violet, and creeping sedum) in the same area and were letting them duke it out; let the best DNA win! Continue reading Update #2: Darwinism in my Sideyard!
And the mainstream media, in their role of bringing important issues to the public’s attention, is all over this:
- Nature: Humans are driving one million species to extinction
- Forbes: UN Report: 1 Million Animal and Plan Species at Risk of Extinction
- ScienceNews: 1 million species are under threat. Here are 5 ways we speed up extinctions
- and more: Vox, CEO, GlobePost, NPR . . .