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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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Locational Indus Valley

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"Turtles all the way down" is an expression of the problem of infinite regress. The saying alludes to the mythological idea of a World Turtle that supports the earth on its back. It suggests that this turtle rests on the back of an even larger turtle, which itself is part of a column of increasingly large turtles that continues indefinitely (i.e., "turtles all the way down").

The exact origin of the phrase is uncertain. In the form "rocks all the way down", the saying appears as early as 1838.[1] References to the saying's mythological antecedents, the World Turtle and its counterpart the World Elephant, were made by a number of authors in the 17th and 18th centuries.[2][3] This mythology is frequently assumed to have originated in ancient India and other Hinduist beliefs.

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I <3 turtles

I like your jib

Jib is a sail unique to each port of origin fyi

Word of the day *nods*
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"Turtles all the way down" is an expression of the problem of infinite regress. The saying alludes to the mythological idea of a World Turtle that supports the earth on its back. It suggests that this turtle rests on the back of an even larger turtle, which itself is part of a column of increasingly large turtles that continues indefinitely (i.e., "turtles all the way down").

The exact origin of the phrase is uncertain. In the form "rocks all the way down", the saying appears as early as 1838.[1] References to the saying's mythological antecedents, the World Turtle and its counterpart the World Elephant, were made by a number of authors in the 17th and 18th centuries.[2][3] This mythology is frequently assumed to have originated in ancient India and other Hinduist beliefs.

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I <3 turtles

I like your jib

Jib is a sail unique to each port of origin fyi

Word of the day *nods*
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Turtle islands first moon calendar is on the turtles back, they say. Lol

Clever wind sailing is knowing the temperaments
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Oh no. French ghost lady is back, lol
Play on revelations
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This early history describes how Himiko came to the throne:

The country formerly had a man as ruler. For some seventy or eighty years after that there were disturbances and warfare. Thereupon the people agreed upon a woman for their ruler. Her name was Himiko [&#21329;&#24357;&#21628;]. She occupied herself with magic and sorcery, bewitching the people. Though mature in age, she remained unmarried. She had a younger brother who assisted her in ruling the country. After she became the ruler, there were few who saw her. She had one thousand women as attendants, but only one man. He served her food and drink and acted as a medium of communication. She resided in a palace surrounded by towers and stockades, with armed guards in a state of constant vigilance. (tr. Tsunoda 1951:13)



Based off her^

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There she finds a pre-recorded video message from Richard detailing his research into Himiko, the mythical Queen of Yamatai who was said to command the power over life and death. Richard warns Lara to destroy all of his research, but she ignores his warnings so that she can investigate further.

Lara travels to Hong Kong where she hires Lu Ren, captain of the ship Endurance, to sail into the Devil's Sea and the island of Yamatai.

The party navigates a series of booby traps and locates Himiko's sarcophagus. When a Trinity soldier attempts to remove her corpse, he is infected by a highly infectious pathogen that reduces those infected to an aggressive zombie-like state. Lara realizes that Himiko was an asymptomatic carrier of the virus, who chose to entomb herself so that she could not infect others. Vogel concludes that he cannot remove Himiko's body and instead settles for detaching a finger, which he seals in a pouch. In the confusion, Lara and Richard overpower the remaining soldiers, although Vogel escapes and Richard becomes infected. Knowing there is no cure, Richard proposes destroying Himiko's tomb to prevent the disease from spreading across the world. Lara pursues Vogel as Richard sets off a bomb, killing himself and sealing the tomb. Lara confronts and kills Vogel by infecting him with the finger. She escapes the tomb as it collapses, regrouping with Lu Ren and the slaves; they commandeer a Trinity helicopter to escape Yamatai.

Lara returns to London, where she formally accepts her inheritance and inadvertently discovers that Trinity's front company, Patna, is actually a subsidiary of Croft Holdings. She proceeds to investigate Trinity further and begins to suspect that Ana is one of their agents who manipulated her into accepting her inheritance; this was to have Lara sign over control of Croft Holdings' business operations to her when Richard stopped cooperating with Trinity. Having witnessed Trinity's ruthlessness firsthand, she prepares for her next adventure.

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Hand constellation and Midas touch come to mind
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Been thinking on the original seed concept with emotion, mind, mostly now physical.
As man has gone through varying shapes within the different environments over course of earths life.
It really got me when looking at the fungus that turns insects into a plant and virus that turns man into tree or animal. So many talk of sky beings and plasmid iron beams etc. always something from something within something. Petri dish scientists love that concept as well as rocket men, military, and religious. Within the advanced calendar systems is the struggle to the perfected man and nature.
Smell can travel long long distances especially if in state of survival. In a state of thriving though, smells are often masked and altered. Even in instant distance which hides what advanced global calendars want to know lol
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Takes a big wiff of the past


The eyes beg our futures

The ears and mouth, our anchors

But our noses remember..
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"Turtles all the way down" is an expression of the problem of infinite regress. The saying alludes to the mythological idea of a World Turtle that supports the earth on its back. It suggests that this turtle rests on the back of an even larger turtle, which itself is part of a column of increasingly large turtles that continues indefinitely (i.e., "turtles all the way down").

The exact origin of the phrase is uncertain. In the form "rocks all the way down", the saying appears as early as 1838.[1] References to the saying's mythological antecedents, the World Turtle and its counterpart the World Elephant, were made by a number of authors in the 17th and 18th centuries.[2][3] This mythology is frequently assumed to have originated in ancient India and other Hinduist beliefs.

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I <3 turtles

I like your jib

Jib is a sail unique to each port of origin fyi

Word of the day *nods*
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Turtle islands first moon calendar is on the turtles back, they say. Lol

Clever wind sailing is knowing the temperaments
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Noted*

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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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ants are coming up lol
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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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ants are coming up lol
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It’s connected. Ant people and sky beings


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In Hopi legend, the Three Sisters were gifts from "Spider Woman," who also taught them how to farm. She also taught them how to weave and make pottery. The Hopi believe that we have just entered the Fifth World. When evil came into the Third World, it was she who brought them to the Fourth World. The Hopi agreed to be caretakers in exchange to live there. In every aspect of life, maintaining a balance between nature &amp; people is the Hopi Way. Their ceremonial celebrations of this balance help ensure their way of life goes on.

The creation mythology that spans the different cultures in the world all have almost the same beginnings: Life was created from Earth. I find it fascinating that so many different religions, one not having been physically close in proximity to the other, has the same story.

In Hopi Mythology, "Spider Woman," who ruled the Underworld, and her consort, Tawa, the Sun God who ruled the sky, used their thoughts to create Earth. Then "Spider Woman" molded animals and humans from clay, spread a blanket that she wove over her creations, and she &amp; Tawa sang them to life.

Over time, some people forgot what they were here for. They forgot they made a promise. They forgot about "Spider Woman" and Tawa. People began to divide between languages, races, and different lands. Some humans forgot how to feel at one with each other and the animals. Animals sensed the disconnect and began to run from humans. Only some people remembered how to stay connected, and those people didn't run from one another.

As a myth can go on, during the First World, Tawa had made insect-like beings that resided underground. But he grew so unhappy with the First World, he decided to destroy it. He sent out a call that only those who still remembered their promise could hear. They began to travel from all over the world following it. Even some people who couldn't hear it, believed them and traveled with them anyway.

When they were all together, near the Ant People's home, Tawa told them of his plan.

They asked: "How will we survive underground for so long? Surely it would take time for another world to be ready for us!"

Tawa told them: "Learn from the Ant People! You will survive my destruction, and I will create a Second World! When I have it ready for you to live in, I will come get you!"


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Sing it to life is interesting
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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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ants are coming up lol
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It’s connected. Ant people and sky beings


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In Hopi legend, the Three Sisters were gifts from "Spider Woman," who also taught them how to farm. She also taught them how to weave and make pottery. The Hopi believe that we have just entered the Fifth World. When evil came into the Third World, it was she who brought them to the Fourth World. The Hopi agreed to be caretakers in exchange to live there. In every aspect of life, maintaining a balance between nature &amp; people is the Hopi Way. Their ceremonial celebrations of this balance help ensure their way of life goes on.

The creation mythology that spans the different cultures in the world all have almost the same beginnings: Life was created from Earth. I find it fascinating that so many different religions, one not having been physically close in proximity to the other, has the same story.

In Hopi Mythology, "Spider Woman," who ruled the Underworld, and her consort, Tawa, the Sun God who ruled the sky, used their thoughts to create Earth. Then "Spider Woman" molded animals and humans from clay, spread a blanket that she wove over her creations, and she &amp; Tawa sang them to life.

Over time, some people forgot what they were here for. They forgot they made a promise. They forgot about "Spider Woman" and Tawa. People began to divide between languages, races, and different lands. Some humans forgot how to feel at one with each other and the animals. Animals sensed the disconnect and began to run from humans. Only some people remembered how to stay connected, and those people didn't run from one another.

As a myth can go on, during the First World, Tawa had made insect-like beings that resided underground. But he grew so unhappy with the First World, he decided to destroy it. He sent out a call that only those who still remembered their promise could hear. They began to travel from all over the world following it. Even some people who couldn't hear it, believed them and traveled with them anyway.

When they were all together, near the Ant People's home, Tawa told them of his plan.

They asked: "How will we survive underground for so long? Surely it would take time for another world to be ready for us!"

Tawa told them: "Learn from the Ant People! You will survive my destruction, and I will create a Second World! When I have it ready for you to live in, I will come get you!"


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Pangolin food...lol

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The snow was coming down pretty quickly last night that if you put high beams on it looked like Star Wars hyperspace lol
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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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ants are coming up lol
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It’s connected. Ant people and sky beings


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In Hopi legend, the Three Sisters were gifts from "Spider Woman," who also taught them how to farm. She also taught them how to weave and make pottery. The Hopi believe that we have just entered the Fifth World. When evil came into the Third World, it was she who brought them to the Fourth World. The Hopi agreed to be caretakers in exchange to live there. In every aspect of life, maintaining a balance between nature &amp; people is the Hopi Way. Their ceremonial celebrations of this balance help ensure their way of life goes on.

The creation mythology that spans the different cultures in the world all have almost the same beginnings: Life was created from Earth. I find it fascinating that so many different religions, one not having been physically close in proximity to the other, has the same story.

In Hopi Mythology, "Spider Woman," who ruled the Underworld, and her consort, Tawa, the Sun God who ruled the sky, used their thoughts to create Earth. Then "Spider Woman" molded animals and humans from clay, spread a blanket that she wove over her creations, and she &amp; Tawa sang them to life.

Over time, some people forgot what they were here for. They forgot they made a promise. They forgot about "Spider Woman" and Tawa. People began to divide between languages, races, and different lands. Some humans forgot how to feel at one with each other and the animals. Animals sensed the disconnect and began to run from humans. Only some people remembered how to stay connected, and those people didn't run from one another.

As a myth can go on, during the First World, Tawa had made insect-like beings that resided underground. But he grew so unhappy with the First World, he decided to destroy it. He sent out a call that only those who still remembered their promise could hear. They began to travel from all over the world following it. Even some people who couldn't hear it, believed them and traveled with them anyway.

When they were all together, near the Ant People's home, Tawa told them of his plan.

They asked: "How will we survive underground for so long? Surely it would take time for another world to be ready for us!"

Tawa told them: "Learn from the Ant People! You will survive my destruction, and I will create a Second World! When I have it ready for you to live in, I will come get you!"


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Pangolin food...lol

Feedback.
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Mesa verde
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It rained for 2 days here. lol
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Lol -- Library Of Life..

Akashic records came up last night.

Clever building.

Said they quarantined the olive trees for 18 months.
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Lol -- Library Of Life..

Akashic records came up last night.

Clever building.

Said they quarantined the olive trees for 18 months.
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Lightning strike part was interesting too. I could live in there lol
Yes it’s Babylonian structure based off forest structure of the way trees are natural domes
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What is the meaning of bear medicine, fancy?
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Depends on the source and reference. The common is power. They say a scrawny bear in a fight with a viscous dog, natives know to bet on the bear. Even the dog knows. But Also represents father, uncle, brother who guards the turtle. Turtle has the strongest heart. It beats days after death. Turtle represents grandmother.
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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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What is the meaning of bear medicine, fancy?
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Depends on the source and reference. The common is power. They say a scrawny bear in a fight with a viscous dog, natives know to bet on the bear. Even the dog knows. But Also represents father, uncle, brother who guards the turtle. Turtle has the strongest heart. It beats days after death. Turtle represents grandmother.
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The depictions i can see when turtle shapeshifting to spider became glass in plasma skies.
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I've photographed hundreds of glowing flowers since 2014 after seeing Oleksandr Holovachov's work with ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence (UVIVF) photography.
Each time I do a set of UVIVF photos, it starts with going out under the cover of darkness to snatch unsuspecting flowers growing around the neighborhood. I rarely know what to expect from a flower before I get it back to shoot. Some I think will dazzle end up flopping, and others I am surprised by their colors or light. Every one is a surprise!


Looks so avatar lol
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Sky structure is interesting for subterranean and surface lives.
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Sky structure is interesting for subterranean and surface lives.
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Medieval Africans Had a Unique Process for Purifying Gold With Glass
And scientists in Illinois have recreated it.

When Sam Nixon, an archaeologist with the British Museum, excavated ancient coin molds in Tadmekka, Mali, in 2005, it triggered a several-year exploration of how medieval Africans purified the gold they were using for their currency. Nixon had found little droplets of highly refined gold left over in the molds—which have been dated to the 11th century—as well as curious fragments of glass. Now scientists have recreated the advanced process behind the purification method they used then.

“This is the first time in the archaeological record that we saw glass being used to be able to refine gold,” says Marc Walton, codirector of the Center for Scientific Studies in the Arts, a collaboration between Northwestern University and the Art Institute of Chicago. “The glass appeared to be material that was [actually] recycled glass materials … so it really shows the industriousness and creativity of the craftsmen, who understood the properties of gold and glass enough to [use them for] this process of refining gold.” The recycled glass materials were remnants of broken vessels. Tadmekka was a town right in the middle of the trans-Saharan caravan route, so Nixon uncovered several types of material culture that had to do with trade, namely molds for “bald dinar,” or coins that hadn’t been stamped with the name of a mint (or a 10th-century equivalent of one).
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restoring ma’at was never recreation
Says the primordial ocean and mountain information
Judgement is annunciation
And judgement depends on view into communication and agreement between both
Scale is divine lol
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Divine speech is through the mouth and heart.
Remembering the creative forces of spoken and written word have a power with two essential components.
The formation of the mind called perception which Egyptians view in the heart rather the brain.
And creative expression called annunciation.

These two were property of the gods and the king whom both could speak and it is done.

Effectiveness was the link between. Called heka. Possession of this power made the difference between a normal utterance and true creative force.
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Interesting


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NUNAM IQUA, Alaska (WTVO) — Authorities say four children who went missing during a blizzard on Sunday have been found alive. The children dug a hole in the snow and huddled around the youngest boy to keep him safe and warm.

According to CNN, the children were found 20 miles outside the village of Nunam Iqua on Monday night.

The children, between 2 and 14 years old, were reported missing after 6:25 p.m. on Sunday, after they were more than five hours late in coming home.

The National Weather Service had warned of wind gusts up to 60 mph, with wind chills as low as 45 below zero, which the NWS says can “cause frostbite in as little as 10 minutes to exposed skin.”



The mindset within any dire experience is very important. Having been caught in a storm onset creating a mudslide on the mountain trapped the group I was with inside a cave around similar age as this story. I know more children, by experience, are actually more able to cope than adults as long as there are enough children with healthy mindsets to quell the anxiety of both adults and unstable minded children.
This group had it.

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Scientists in Israel grow date plants from 2,000-year-old seeds
Seeds found in Judean desert are male and female, leading to hopes of producing dates

It is not the first time the team have managed to grow ancient seeds: in 2008 they reported that they had germinated a 1,900-year-old Judean date palm seed from Masada – an ancient site extended by Herod the Great in the first century BC that looks out over the Dead Sea. That plant, a male, was named Methuselah after the oldest character in the Bible.

Sallon said the older seeds are genetically closer to present-day date varieties grown in the Arabian Gulf.
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Scientists in Israel grow date plants from 2,000-year-old seeds
Seeds found in Judean desert are male and female, leading to hopes of producing dates

It is not the first time the team have managed to grow ancient seeds: in 2008 they reported that they had germinated a 1,900-year-old Judean date palm seed from Masada – an ancient site extended by Herod the Great in the first century BC that looks out over the Dead Sea. That plant, a male, was named Methuselah after the oldest character in the Bible.

Sallon said the older seeds are genetically closer to present-day date varieties grown in the Arabian Gulf.

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That's amazing lol
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restoring ma’at was never recreation
Says the primordial ocean and mountain information
Judgement is annunciation
And judgement depends on view into communication and agreement between both
Scale is divine lol
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Divine speech is through the mouth and heart.
Remembering the creative forces of spoken and written word have a power with two essential components.
The formation of the mind called perception which Egyptians view in the heart rather the brain.
And creative expression called annunciation.

These two were property of the gods and the king whom both could speak and it is done.

Effectiveness was the link between. Called heka. Possession of this power made the difference between a normal utterance and true creative force.
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Interesting


“Geography is the most condensed in titanic form of time, and language is the most etherealized and present form of time”-McKenna
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Earth as stone humor lol
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The story of Jadav Molai Payeng is a very cool story.


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Jadav "Molai" Payeng (born 1963) is an environmental activist[1] and forestry worker from Jorhat, popularly known as the Forest Man of India.[2][3] Over the course of several decades, he has planted and tended trees on a sandbar of the river Brahmaputra turning it into a forest reserve. The forest, called Molai forest after him,[4] is located near Kokilamukh of Jorhat, Assam, India and encompasses an area of about 1,360 acres / 550 hectares.[5][6] In 2015, he was honoured with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India.[7] He was born in the indigenous Mising tribe[8] of Assam.


He has been planting for over forty years in the area now called Molai Forest. When he was 16 years old he came upon a huge number of dead and dying snakes that have been washed up on the exposed beach by floodwaters from the Himalayas during the spring melt. His passion from experiencing such a great loss of life caused him to vow to do something about it. The island he lives on has lost over 70% of landmass from the rivers floodwaters. There being 170,000 people affected annually. After 30 years a forest of 1360 acres now grows in the location. It is said the increase of wildlife has been dramatic the land has become a safe haven for rhinos deer Bengal tigers elephants variety of birds. -brown info source.
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In China, Jia Haxia and Jia Wenqi teamed together planting trees near their village. One is blind since 2000 and one lost his arms at age three grabbing exposed electrical wire. So they both say for each other
He is my hands and he is my eyes. Of the 10,000 trees they planted only 3,000 died within the barren beach location thought not possible to accomplished. Since the banks are now covered with trees, the villagers who were skeptics now help them with their project. It has protected them from the flooding of their villages annually.

Revitalizing populations in green lives brings harmony to the plants and insects and bird populations. Even an acre, over course of a year, could put more oxygen into the air and would provide shelter and food for wildlife.

Makes you wonder the seeds and plants when the fossils of huge insects and the like were thriving on earth in dense thick atmosphere.





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