OK. This is another trip down the “not quite science” lane. I want to describe another way we might capture the imagination of children to send them down the path […]

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Dragons are not real. That seems true. But…? Dragon myths are found in many civilizations, so must there be some basis in fact? What about a pterodactyl, iguana, or Komodo […]

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Art and literature provide graphic images of the creation of life where a single spark of energy is the main stimulus. In Mary Shelley’s book Frankenstein, the creature, assembled from […]

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I live in semi-arid place on the side of a steep hill covered in Juniper and Oak trees. The soil is thin and underneath is limestone rock. When it rains […]

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