Those Ariel Flyers

Violet-tailed sylph by Kevin T McEneaney Since we are Johnny-come-lately creatures on evolutionary chart of life, we have more wisdom than our feathered friends who have flown billions of years…

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Chinese New Year Concert at Bard College

Final Bow by Kevin T McEneaney At Sosnoff Theater Conductor Jingdon Cai treated the audience to the fourth Chinese New Year Concert with amazing energy and enthusiasm. This concert surpassed…

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A History of Snow

by Kevin T McEneaney has vague beginning, unknowable end, in terms of timeline, and when it’s working, as it is now, one cannot calculate the number of snowflakes falling right…

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The Deep Carbon Cycle

by Bill Schlesinger Within the past decade or so, the global carbon cycle has become the subject of newspaper articles, cocktail party conversation, and public policy.  Most of us are…

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The Poetic Future Slam X, first AI to win the Nobel Prize in Literature by Kevin T McEneaney Very soon AI robots will write poems, and poets can retire to…

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Hawk in Winter

by Kevin T McEneaney When the brittle crunch of ice underfoot rings in your ear on a winter morning as a hawk sits majestically in tree, one knows midwinter freeze…

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Disposal of Plastics

by Bill Schlesinger You don’t have to look far to see where plastic is discarded to the environment.   Roadsides harbor a plethora of plastic bottles; seashores are littered with plastic…

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Cloudy Skies

by Kevin T McEneaney Rainy afternoons are sometimes a plague on motivation, imagination, and blunt practical considerations. That dripping from gutters and eaves remains depressing, gloomy, caustic annoyance when it…

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What’s Out/What’s In for 2023

by Bill Schlesinger Motivated by a similar comparison in the Washington Post, here are my choices for what’s out and what’s in (mostly environmental) during the coming year.   Cover the…

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When I was a tree

by Kevin T McEneaney This Christmas I became a Christmas tree decorated with lights red, green, and blue, blinking to tell everyone that I was the Spirit of Christmas cheer…

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