Between thermometers, ocean buoys, and seismic waves, there appears to be a better way to understand how climate change affects our oceans.
Perhaps low orbit space will be the next big junkyard for us earthlings, so we can continue on our merry way, cutting costs by leaving our trash for future generations to clean up.
Even though La Niña is part of a natural cycle, it serves as a stark reminder of how interconnected our environment is. Changes in the Pacific Ocean impact cities on the Gulf Coast. Warming in the Arctic affects property owners in Miami as sea levels rise.
Life is a kinetic experience. We act and the universe responds, letting us know we are alive
Perhaps we haven’t been contacted because “intelligent life-forms” tend to wipe themselves out before they have a chance to do anything significant, like contact other intelligent life.
Either the new-norm was losing its allure, or I was suffering from cognitive dysfunction. I wondered if a shallow conversation would be a welcome relief.