Category Archives: culture

Place Name: Oracabessa by Kei Miller

Oracabessa – origins disputed but most likely leave over from the Spanish. Oracabeza, Golden Head, though what gold was here other than light shining off the bay, other than bananas bursting out from red flowers? But this too is disputed … Continue reading

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A Small Needful Fact

A Small Needful Fact Ross Gay Is that Eric Garner worked for some time for the Parks and Rec. Horticultural Department, which means, perhaps, that with his very large hands, perhaps, in all likelihood, he put gently into the earth … Continue reading

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jasper texas 1998

jasper texas 1998 BY LUCILLE CLIFTON i am a man’s head hunched in the road. i was chosen to speak by the members of my body. the arm as it pulled away pointed toward me, the hand opened once and … Continue reading

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The secret of happiness

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Paris Climate Agreement

Friends, Donald Trump is preparing to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement according to multiple news reports. The rest of us, in Mexico and beyond, must be all-in on climate action. This is the time for real … Continue reading

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“Saganism” Visualized.

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Climate Change Info

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Trump administration is anti-science

There is plenty of evidence that the Trump administration is anti-science. For example:

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keep them happy with drugs and computer games

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Science, religion, and human behavior

Nietzsche famously said that there are not facts, only interpretations. The claim of science is rationality, but scientist are human, and therefore limited on the capacity to perceive reality objectively. The tool used by the scientific discipline to approach objectivity … Continue reading

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