Monthly Archives: March 2013

Human Rights Awareness Versus Fluoridation – A Map Comparison of Marriage Equality Activism on Facebook Versus CDC Fluoridation Data, By County.

March 31, 2013 – Hope you’re all having a blessed Easter.  The shortlink for this post is http://wp.me/puwO9-1YM I noticed something interesting, and posted it on Facebook [when I still stupidly used that military platform for surveillance and behavior modification…]: FLUORIDATION … Continue reading

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Nanoclimate

Even smaller than a microclimate. ;-)

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Same spot, same time, different day

Remember that pretty sunset couple posts back, this one? Same spot, same time, different day:

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Trillium ovatum

Just noticed this one ‘Trillium ovatum‘ yesterday, right behind where I live. A most lovely native local flower:

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Seeking Lab for Radio-isotopic Analysis of Samples. Suggestions Welcome.

April 11, 2013 Afterword:   S0me answers I received by email (or otherwise) to the request (below the dotted green line) included: EMSL Analytical,  Inc  – http://www.emsl.com/ – GEL LABS – http://www.gel.com/services/env_lab/radiation_exposure_testing.html SAFECAST TEAM – http://www.well.com/user/peter/nukes.html  ———————————————————————– California – March 25, 2013 … Continue reading

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Blog’s 2 year anniversary (last week) – Some Stats and Posts

Blog Views:  131,892  in 2 years 408 blog posts (of which about a dozen deleted) On average, that’s about a post every 42 hours.   (133,797 is what the view counter states.  But that means 131,892 views ‘since March 11, 2011’ … Continue reading

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Beautiful Sunsets

Middle of March 2013 – Northern California Couldn’t see the comet Pan-STARRS due to a glowing horizon haze, but the sunset was still a lovely sight nonetheless. From Berry Summit (elevation 2803 ft) on Hwy 299, earlier tonite: US National Weather … Continue reading

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