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October 24, 2018
Yes, Exactly, Yes! - The River








3 Comments:
Posted by b r i on Thu 25 Oct 2018 at 12:16 from 2.28.235.x
yeah-again this piece fits the footage well-- like the drop in tempo and the play on tempo!


* fwiw- it's truly a shame to see both nature+humans suffer in any way--but really, > man tries to control nature >with disasterous results< sigh.

there is no competition until we make it so- gaia has to absorb,transform and release all this stuff people litter it with.. the amount of floods globally is quite shocking,nature only does what it does.. ;)
nature tries to sow as we reap,, !*


Posted by Justin on Thu 25 Oct 2018 at 18:39 from 108.30.215.x
I'm reminded of this classic article:

newyorker.com/magazine/1987/02/23/...


Posted by irb on Fri 26 Oct 2018 at 07:14 from 2.28.235.x
hmm-interestingly i was directed straight to this>
"A professor of law at Tulane University, for example, would assign it third place in the annals of arrogance. His name was Oliver Houck. “The greatest arrogance was the stealing of the sun,” he said. “The second-greatest arrogance is running rivers backward. The third-greatest arrogance is trying to hold the Mississippi in place. The ancient channels of the river go almost to Texas. Human beings have tried to restrict the river to one course—that’s where the arrogance began.” The Corps listens closely to things like that and files them in its archives. Houck had a point."

music helps to heal^ have fun!


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