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Fukushima radiation still leaking into Pacific 3 years later

Off our bedroom a balcony. Off our balcony a tree. In the tree a nest. In the nest a hummingbird. When the radiation comes we can go inside and seal the windows– but what about her? –Jessica Reynolds Renshaw I … Continue reading

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Intelligent Design: Leafy Sea Dragons

Jerry and I were wending our way through the South Pacific section of the Aquarium of the Pacific. Tanks lined the wall and cylindrical tanks dotted the center of the long, curved hallway. We’d seen marvelous things: a puffin that … Continue reading

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