At the end of our last post we lied. We said we’d be back soon. We weren’t back soon. Life has been way full. But, here we are, again full of resolve to post more often. September stayed pretty dry. The Wishetwurra Farm garden sputtered along despite the lack of water. Our “True Red Cranberry Pole […]
Source: When Poems Become Our Prayers
Founded in 1978, The Missouri Review is based at the University of Missouri and publishes four issues yearly. Each issue includes stories, poetry features, and essays, which are selected from among 12,000 unsolicited submissions sent from writers around the world each year.
The history of eugenics in early 20th century science must be addressed because of the sheer magnitude of its influence in the science and the politics of this era, its relation to the science of genetics that was to come, and because it provides such a strong example of the guiding model of this book of the inextricable connections between ideology, politics, and biology.
The Outer Banks anglers are beginning to see the end of our seasonal fishery. Cold fronts seem to arrive more frequently and with these systems both colder air and water temperatures are steadily creeping into our region. The northern surf fishery over the past month has been outstanding. In November the perennial Big Drum invaded […]
A 2015 article was found on research.org that showed selenium rich soils gave aster sprouts increase selenium counts in their roots. Similar results occurred in Mr. Farr’s invitro studies showing Carbonic acid extrapolating at levels above normal in Long island, sandy soiles.
Get a long life. See my facebook page about aster tea.