Tag: Global Warming

Water Sense

How many gallons of fresh water per day are normally figured per person? 24 67 223 890 I found out I had no water sense. In writing my latest book I learned so much from Brian Werner at Norther Water Conservancy http://www.northernwater.org/sf and I thought I would pass it on. The answer, at least in […]

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Addicted to Water

71% of the Earth’s covered surface is water. What percent of that water is fresh? a) 2% b) 5% c) 0.01% d) 10% Answer is at the end. i AM ADDICTED TO THE STUFF. cAN’T GO EVEN HOURS WITHOUT IT. MY MOST FAVORITE SPORT, FLY FISHING, IS DEPENDENT ON IT. MY LIFE, MY FAMILY, MY […]

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Are there Miracles Anymore? Quick and Easy may not get it.

Do you have a miracle in your life? You don’t have to look far. Even the mirror will do. But, you can go to your local hospital nursery, or talk to any new parent. Human beings are born every day. If you don’t believe that’s a miracle, just think about it. Somehow two random people […]

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Earth Day blues and smiles

Okay, so it’s Earth Day, again, and you have done nothing to sustain our wonderful blue and green marble.   You’ve got the blues because oil is still the dominant energy source, along with the other fossil fuel, coal, polluting the land, the air, the water, and you see no cure in the near future. […]

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Who Would You Be?

I guess we all, at one time or other, maybe every minute, want to be someone else. You don’t like your body, your mind, your job, your very being. Maybe you could be as svelte and smooth-skinned as J Lo, as rich as Buffet (Jimmy or Warren-who cares? Well, I like Jimmy), as witty as […]

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