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Minnesota Spring Weather Continues

That’s what my webcam saw, a few minutes before 8:00 this morning. It’s now about 10:15 am here in central Minnesota. The view is still much the same: a bit more light, off-and-on snow and wind. Lighthearted poems about April … Continue reading

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Minnesota in the Springtime

“…I love Paris in the springtime. I love Paris in the fall….” It’s been years since I heard “I Love Paris.” Nice song, but a bit schmaltzy for today’s tastes. And nobody’s written a follow-up, expressing affection for Minnesota in … Continue reading

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Evolution and Tools

Finding stone tools isn’t remarkable. Folks have been making, and occasionally losing, tools for a long time. Scientists think folks upgraded their tech to deal with a changing climate. Or maybe someone else who had done so moved in. That … Continue reading

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Firestorm Comet?

Scientists figure a comet started breaking up about 12,800 years back. Nothing unusual there. Many comets break up while they’re this close to our sun. This time Earth got in the way before the fragments spread out much. Fire rained … Continue reading

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