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Happy Thoughts

Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:31 pm by Admin

Watching my cat sleep on top of my dog makes me smile.

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Evolution - Letter to my Granddaughter

Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:54 am by Red Mule


I thought you shouldn't get all your information about evolution from the folks that feel it somehow conflicts with their religion. There are already too many people that demand science should conform to their own religion or politics, rather than the other direction around.

Here are just 3 of many sites. I chose these because it is clear who posted them and what their educational …

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Self banished

Fri Jun 26, 2009 6:08 pm by Red Mule

I have quit the Yosemite Forum, but I will try to monitor this in case anyone want to chat.

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Water in California

Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:45 am by MtnBreeze

I don't know the answer for California Farmers but the water situation in California will only coninue to get worse due to our high population and LACK of water in general in many areas of California. WE ship a great deal of water down south that could be used in farming if it wasn't now necesary to support a huge population. Environmental concerns are valid and everyone wants to blame fish but …

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Canadian and NOT know it?

Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:49 am by MtnBreeze

Pretty interting reading plus many could benefit from knowing this.

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Interesting things to do in the local mountain area "OUTDOORS"

Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:52 pm by green mule

Here are a few of my ideas, but my family is always looking for more. geek
* Geocaching - Using a GPS and finding treasure... I can tell you more if you are interested. Check out
* Local Hikes - see topic on hikes and Nelder Grove
* Sierra Scenic Byway - A map is on the website with many interesting things to see on the drive. I'd suggest …

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Going Forward

Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:17 am by Admin

I hope everyone had a Happy Easter.

The future of this forum will depend on members and posts. If you like what you see, please visit and post often. And tell your friends. If you want to change something or become part of building the site, please say so. I welcome any help or constructive criticism.


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Facebook Dumbs you down

Tue Apr 14, 2009 8:13 am by Red Mule

Los Angeles (CA) - A study from Ohio State University, based on a
study of 219 students, suggests that the more you use Facebook, the
less you study, and the worse your grades get. However, the report’s
author does say the report only shows a possible connection between
Facebook use and lower performance in your studies. Sure, we all know
the truth: Facebook makes you dumb, among other things. …

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Global Warming

Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:25 pm by Admin

Australia's Climate Disaster

You might want to cancel your tickets to the Outback. Australia is undergoing a huge climate crisis at the moment-with prolonged drought and bush fires on one end of the continent, to flooding and mosquito fevers on the other, along with the widespread decline of wildlife, it's now a troubling example of the huge consequences of global warming. One paleontologist …

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