Monthly Archives: February 2012

BBC aired Fukushima Nuclear Distaster Documentary: Inside the Meltdown

This BBC documentary “Inside the Meltdown” aired on February 23, 2012: Previously posted link stopped working, search for it again; the BBC removes it sometimes “on copyright terms”.  Or try this one that worked in March 2014: SOURCE: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xpaew5_bbc-this-world-2012-inside-the-meltdown-メルトダウンの内側_news w/ hat … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Western Sky at Dusk: Crescent Moon, Venus, Jupiter

Boulder Colorado – Feb 23, 2012 – 6:29 pm Standard Mountain Time – looking West. Wow, the evening sky is beautiful tonite: the crescent moon (“points upward”), with Venus and Jupiter in a pretty alignment in the West. By the … Continue reading

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Squirrel, chill’n.

After a crazy windy couple days that toppled trucks, and took down power lines, a gentle dusting of snow.  Squirrel’s been sitting on that branch, motionless, for quite awhile.  It’s right in front of the kitchen window, kinda nice:

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Radioactive Cesium still being detected in US Milk (68% more than half year ago in SF Bay Area)

★ Boulder, Colorado, USA ★ Feb. 21, 2012 ★ 20:42 hrs ★ Standard Mountain Time ★ It may not amount to much in the big scheme of things (see further below), but a quick look at UC Berkeley’s radiation measurements, http://www.nuc.berkeley.edu/UCBAirSampling, shows that the level of … Continue reading

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Couple Videos

The Human Heart’s Electromagnetic Field & important relevant research implications (from the Institute of HeartMath): See also this intro: Nick Vujicic (no arms, no legs…no worries – self-acceptance – empowerment – inspirational): Leija Turunen’s CHANNEL (positivity – self-change – co-creating … Continue reading

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Home is…

I just noticed that I’ve had this post in draft for 10 days.  I guess I was trying to reflect on last year’s search for a sense of home.  It didn’t go anywhere, but might as well post it where … Continue reading

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Some Colorado Wildlife

Though I’ve passed through here many times, I can’t say I know the local fauna and flora very well at all.  Even had to ask for the name of this reportedly very common bird, which I photographed yesterday in our … Continue reading

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