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Wolf Volcano in Galapagos erupts after 33 years, threatening fragile ecosystem

QUITO, Ecuador – A volcano atop one of the Galapagos Islands has erupted for the first time in 33 years, threatening a fragile ecosystem that inspired Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. 87 more words



— according to al jazeera, the wolf volcano, sitting on the northern tip of isabela island (the largest in the archipelago) erupted last monday at approximately 1:30 am local time for the first time in 33 years, having last been active in the 80s and now endangering the galapagos islands animals… 10 more words


Crossing the Heath with William Paley (1743-1805)

On this date in 1805, the Christian church lost one of its ablest and most-remembered defenders. William Paley—Anglican minister, professor, and author—is permanently associated with the analogy of a watchmaker and the God of personal theism. 1,491 more words


Shooting Nature: The Intersection of Photography, Hiking, and Charles Darwin.

My time back home in beautiful British Columbia has been wonderful, and I’ve enjoyed reconnecting with my dear friends and family.

Shortly after my arrival home for the summer, I began to take weekly photography lessons with my photography guru Les, an experienced photographer who refuses to take any payment for his incredibly informative lessons; he just loves talking and teaching photography. 668 more words

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The Unhealed Wound

IMAGINE that the mind of man and mind of God comprise a beautiful and delicate designed broadcast system. It operates on a single channel. Suppose also that the universal mind transmits at a frequency that is omnipresent, but can be picked up only by a receiver tuned to operate in resonance with it. 453 more words

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South America Diary Part 2 - Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Hi wanderlust buddies! I hope you enjoyed part 1 of my photo diary in South America, heres part 2, where we visit the amazing Galapagos Islands. 270 more words


"My Favorite Animal, the Book Scorpion"

Apparently there are tiny scorpions that protect your old books against booklice.

I never knew about this until I read about it in a blog entry… 90 more words