Monthly Archives: March 2016

Mt. Blanca in the distance, Etc. (Photos)

March 28, 2016 Some more photos I took on walks this weekend, after some 3 inches of snow fell; all from the Crestone, Colorado area: It’s peaceful and beautiful in the Rockies.  That compensates for the discomforts that come along … Continue reading

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Snowy Day

Crestone, Colorado -Saturday March 26, 2016  Snowy day… Rolling into town…  My iPod-on-shuffle made me smile…  Good old 1980’s pre-PC political punk-rock (BA, 1988) came on:  “Khomeini !” , by Belgian Associality” ;-)  … — — — — — — … Continue reading

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Dark Morning in Belgium

Crestone, Colorado, USA – March 22, 2016 > Photo: The Crestone Ziggurat was built by Najeeb Halaby, father of Queen Noor of Jordan. This structure is round and curves to the left as you ascend it, making it ‘more feminine … Continue reading

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Gallup Poll: For First Time, Majority in U.S. Oppose Nuclear Energy

Read full article @ SOURCE: Screenshot excerpts: After years of pro-nuclear propaganda being shoved into every concern about climate change, and the most pro-nuclear US president in decades, since the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear catastrophe began in on the edge of … Continue reading

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Negative Dose Rate (EURDEP, Luxembourg)

” ♬ …I’m not aware of too many things I know what I know, if you know what I mean…  D-Do you? Choke me in the shallow waters Before I get too deep… ♬  ” – What I Am – … Continue reading

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A Look at a EURDEP Oddity in Lithuania

March 19, 2016  –  DISCLAIMER Alright… Online Radiation Monitors -> EURDEP ->  The EURDEP Disclaimer makes it clear everything I think must somehow be delusional.  Got it. ‘Accept’…  I guess this is all ‘for entertainment purposes only…’ Past 2 days… … Continue reading

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The Utes, the Original Coloradans

Short documentary, worth watching: !-> Perhaps the best place to learn more about the Utes is at the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum in Ignacio (not so far from Durango): Wikipedia has something on the language, Ute (aka ‘Colorado … Continue reading

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