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An arm lies limp over the edge of an unmade bed. Lethargy is on
a rampage and no earthly force seems capable of ending the
A jaw lies half agape with blank dulled eyes searching
An arm lies limp over the edge of an unmade bed. Lethargy is on a rampage and no earthly force seems capable of ending the inertia.
A jaw lies half agape with blank dulled eyes searching the ceiling for the meaning of existence. The winds sweep about in equal apathy for they care not for those that defy purpose.
The chest heaves slowly, drawing only the faintest of breaths and exhaling meager whiffs of polluted ether. All the cosmos swirls around with an energy so intense and open rebellion is key.
A curious fly lands on the toe, exploring this soft pink mass that seems resilient to any form of motion. It rests there awhile, hoping for adventure but finding none, makes off for something that perhaps might match its own flushing adrenaline.
The absence of sound creeps in the touch of the eerie.
The twilight wades in to greet he that strokes death so willingly.
A sigh regurgitates the emotion of willful isolation from all that dare destroy the aura of stagnancy, the true master of nothing.
Must this sacred state be destroyed?
The first thing that we learned during our schooling in
geography is the what our home planet looks like. The Earth, our
teachers told us is a geoid structure revolving around the sun.
This might h...
The first thing that we learned during our schooling in geography is the what our home planet looks like. The Earth, our teachers told us is a geoid structure revolving around the sun. This might have come as a bit of a surprise to us, considering the evidence to the contrary our eyes made up, but with enough proof given, the basic idea was established in our young minds.
The knowledge that the earth is a spherical planet making its way through the cosmos now comes to us as one of the most basic subjects. The possibility of circumnavigating the globe, the rising and setting of the sun, the terrestrial magnetic field, images taken by satellites from space and a series of other events have made the shape of the Earth an overly obvious fact.
The Flat Earth Society stands to refute all these facts contrary to the evidence brought forth to explain it. Before science was an irrefutable part of society, people naturally were apt to believe that the structure of the earth is flat, and if one traveled too far away, one was liable to fall off the edge of the earth. Religious testimonials from holy books were also interpreted in good faith to uphold the flat earth concept. Religious literalists chose to ignore all evidence to continue following the word of religion. Small groups of people came forward and made up societies that fought to believe religion rather than science.
The Flat Earth Society is still a part of the world in the 21st century. It is an online forum for people to join and discuss their ideologies of a flat earth. This society takes claims its not religiously affiliated and only seeks to let a man decide for themselves what the earth really is. They have come up with several pieces of literature where they have modeled all the continents on a flat surface with an ice wall surrounding the disc. The sun and the moon rotate above this disc at the same height.
They endeavor to disprove the evidence brought over the ages the Earth is a geoid. With a worldwide membership, the society stands by its motto that says In Veritate Victoria, in truth is victory.
There's something about walking down a lonely, leaf strewn path
that has me euphoric. With no purpose or destination in mind, just
gamboling about on a mud path covered with rambling weeds.
There's something about walking down a lonely, leaf strewn path that has me euphoric. With no purpose or destination in mind, just gamboling about on a mud path covered with rambling weeds.
It's about slowing down time itself. Feeling the universe about you, its intense energy inexplicably merging with your conscious to create something that defies normality. Observing those little details that show themselves only to those that care to search for them in those places that shy away under the veil of the everyday.
Jogging or running doesn't exactly compare. It's not all sweating away your misery with a pedometer beeping away at your hip, the slow dawdle I talk about here is more about acknowledging the deep dark chasms in life and just laughing them in the face.
The therapeutic effect a long slow walk has on the mind is beyond miraculous, but only if you do it right. A blue sky above you, sweet smelling earth below. The horizon at the furthest range of vision watching you make your way up to it. Out of the corners of your eye, you might spot a sprightly cricket hopping onto another blade of grass or a lovely ladybird interrupting the emerald green. The comfort of hearing your own boots scrape across the loose pebbles has a way of instilling in you a vague sort of tether to the world, an anchor that houses you in a place that has an aura of stability.
It's a rare occasion that finds those that still walk for the sheer joy of it. It shouldn't take a somber looking doctor or a bulging waistline to get you to walk. Revel in the joy of being able to cast aside the monotony with that something that has you doing basic locomotion with just that tinge of the magical.
If the catch phrase Crikey! doesnt have you thinking about the
Crocodile Hunter, your childhood missed out on an integral part of
Switching on the television as a chil...
If the catch phrase Crikey! doesnt have you thinking about the Crocodile Hunter, your childhood missed out on an integral part of wholesome awesomeness.
Switching on the television as a child either meant Id go on to Cartoon Network or Animal Planet. We both know which one my parents preferred me watching. So a good weekend morning would be spent watching a few shows of Steve Irwin running after crocodiles and snakes, as well as Bugs Bunny nibbling on a carrot. Those were the days!
Steve Irwin, he continues to inspire a generation towards the care of animals as well as conservation of nature. He was raised in an environment with an exceptionally wide ranging spectrum of animals. His parents were in charge of a zoo in Australia and Steve grew up learning to handle these creatures from his young toddler years. He found his soul mate in a fellow animal lover who came to the zoo, Terri Raines an American Naturalist.
Interestingly enough their honeymoon was spent catching and rehabilitating crocodiles. The footage taken of these adventures were show cast as the first ever Crocodile Hunter episode. The rest is history. The immediate success of the series with Steves characteristic Aussie accent, catchphrase and his skills handling animals as well as the audience made him a hit with people worldwide. He also worked to promote wildlife eco-conservation, being the face of several conventions and organizations that worked towards similar causes. He traveled the globe towards the most inhabitable locations to document the animals there. He has a turtle as well as snail named after him owing to him discovering them.
He met his untimely death in the waters off the coast of Queensland where he was filming a piece for Natures Deadliest. He was also shooting some scenes for his daughter, Bindi Sues shows on Animal Planet kids. A stingray he was capturing on camera turned on him in defense and stabbed him through the lungs and heart with its barbed tail. Without immediate medical attention, this great icon bled to death.
He was posthumously given several awards. He remains a legend for his fantastic work in the field of conservation and entertainment.