2016-11-15T08:00:00Z The ultimate illustrated guide to the lost world of prehistoric mammals
After the mass extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, mammals became the dominant terrestrial life form on our planet. Roaming the earth were spectacular beasts such as saber-toothed cats, giant mastodonts, immense ground sloths, and gigantic giraffe-like rhinocerose...[Read More]
2019-08-08T07:00:00Z Beyond Stewardship is intended to equip Christians to live better in this world by helping us all think more intentionally about the relationship we have with the nonhuman creation in which we are necessarily and thoroughly embedded. It responds to the questions "What if God didn't place humans on earth to be stewards of creation but something else?" and "If not ste...[Read More]
2020-08-21T07:00:00Z You may not believe it, but we're back in the Yu
One thing I strongly disagree with President Trump about is his angry attitude towards Hispanics. I have always felt that whe Anglo-Americans and Latino-Americans are good friends and neighbors, and should be regarded as such.
Should he visit our hometown of Clemmons, Mr. Trump would discove...[Read More]
2015-09-29T07:00:00Z Unraveling the mystery of the catastrophic age of extinctions
Two hundred sixty million years ago, life on Earth suffered wave after wave of cataclysmic extinctions, with the worst wiping out nearly every species on the planet. The Worst of Times delves into the mystery behind these extinctions and sheds light on the fateful role the primeva...[Read More]
2020-08-20T07:00:00Z Guess what folks, particularly those who have downloaded and read our previous publication, New England And Canada In Their Autumn Splendor? When we booked the cruise, the agent offered my wife and I a gift, a week for no charge at a fine resort in Mexico. It seemed too good to be true, but we gladly accepted her kind offer and unanimously demanded Canc?n, as my wif...[Read More]
2020-11-10T08:00:00Z Astrocliimatology is my new hypothesis for how the earth's climate system operates. It involves the ways that levels of galactic cosmic rays entering the earth's atmosphere, which have effects on weather and climate, are modulated by our current location in our Milky Way galaxy, and the earth's and sun's magnetic fields, which are modulated by gravitational interact...[Read More]
2019-09-15T07:00:00Z Paris is especially known for its museums and architectural landmarks. The Louvre was the most visited art museum in the world in 2018 with 10.2 million visitors. The Mus?e d'Orsay, Mus?e Marmottan Monet and Mus?e de l'Orangerie are noted for their collections of French Impressionist art, the Pompidou Centre, Mus?e National d'Art Moderne ...[Read More]
2019-07-07T07:00:00Z We're on another extended cruise. Rather than from Seattle WA to Skagway AK, we're headed from Boston MA to Qu?bec City QE and back, on a fourteen-day roundtrip.
This time, poor Clara had to remain behind since the autumn foliage voyage departed long after she had began her senior year in high school. Dad had agreed to serve as backup cameraman in her ab...[Read More]
2016-08-31T07:00:00Z SPIRITUAL ECOLOGY is a groundbreaking book, fostering the emergence of the 'Spiritual Ecology Movement,' which recognises the need for a spiritual response to our present ecological crisis. Bringing together voices from Buddhism, Sufism, Christianity and Native American traditions, as well as from physics, deep psychology and other environmental disciplines, this bo...[Read More]
2020-03-24T07:00:00Z A stunningly illustrated look at the mating and parenting lives of the world's birds
Bird Love looks at the extraordinary range of mating systems in the avian world, exploring all the stages from courtship and nest-building to protecting eggs and raising chicks. It delves into the reasons why some species, such as the wattled jacana, rely on...[Read More]
2019-04-12T07:00:00Z There is magic in forages. The magic of sunlight and green leaves and the miracle of photosynthesis. It's the magic of legumes that pull nitrogen from the air to make proteins, of roots interacting with the soil, of plants capturing and storing carbon, and of the vast array of forages that contain the protein, fiber, and starch upon which livestock depend.