Southeastern Arizona Wildflowers and the Plants of the Sonoran Desert Southeastern Arizona Wildflowers and Plants features photographs and descriptions of 467 different wildflower and plant species found here in the southeastern part of Arizona, USA. Featured are Sonoran Desert wildflowers and the plant species found in the areas surrounding the city of Tucson, Arizona in Pima County. Southeastern Arizona has a wide variety of plants due to its climate, varied topography, variety of habitats, and its location in the biologically diverse Sonoran Desert and the higher elevation Chihuahuan Desert to the east. Although many of the plants on this site grow in a desert habitat, plants that grow in riparian, upland, and mountain habitats are also included. The Best Time to See Wildflowers here in southeastern Arizona is either during the spring wildflower season (March through early May) or during the summer wildflower season (late July through early September). Recently Added Arizona Wildflowers and Plants:
Celebrate Grav-Mass Here is a video Grav-Mass greeting. On December 25, Isaac Newton's birthday, we celebrate the existence of comprehensible physical laws. Remember, Gravitation is a well-established scientific theory, but Intelligent Falling is just religion pretending to be science. Here's a gallery of Grav-Mass cards that you can contribute to. One way to celebrate Grav-Mass is to decorate a tree with apples and other fruits. Another way to celebrate Grav-Mass, in a group, is by telling each other about scientific knowledge and understanding, or discussing what kind of experiment could answer an unresolved question about the world. There is a Grav-Mass discussion group. We have one Grav-Mass carol, We Three Laws. The Symphony of Science. The Ten Days of Newton. Also, The Galaxy Song by Monty Python. In Bahasa Indonesia: Selamat Hari Gayaberat. I think the idea of Grav-Mass was conceived by science fiction writer James Hogan. Here's info about their family Grav-Mass celebration in 2012.
The Skeptic's Dictionary Wikispecies, free species directory A holiday message from Ricky Gervais: 'Why I'm a good Christian' Last Christmas I wrote a little essay entitled: "A Holiday Message from Ricky Gervais: Why I'm an atheist." The Wall Street Journal ran it, and it caused quite a stir. I was even asked to answer some of the comments. So for Easter I thought I'd do another one. Here it is. A Holiday Message from Ricky Gervais: Why I'm a good Christian The title of this one is a little misleading, or at least cryptic. It's not that I don't believe that the teachings of Jesus wouldn't make this a better world if they were followed. Gandhi summed it up really. I have always felt this way, even when I believed in God, and in a weird way I feel I am still a pretty good "Christian" who doesn't believe in God. So many Christians think that because they believe in the right God, they are automatically good and have a one-way ticket to everlasting life. This is of course Pascal's Wager, which assumes that God if he exists would reward blind faith above logic and living a good life as an atheist. So remember. Nope.
Michael Shermer The Kratom User's Guide The Kratom User's Guide Version date: October 12, 2016 ( The most recent version can always be found at: ) Created by Daniel Siebert and "Sage Student" The statements below have not been evaluated by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA).Information regarding the use of kratom in folk medicine is provided for education purposes only, it is not intended as medical advice. Important News Update: Kratom remains legal, for now! Introduction This guide was created as an educational resource to provide accurate information about kratom. What is kratom? How is it taken? How does one prepare a chocolate kratom milkshake? AMAZING CHOCOLATE KRATOM MILKSHAKE Use about 1 cup (8 fl. oz.) of chocolate milk per dose of kratom. 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) How does one prepare a powdered kratom PASTE for drinking? 1.) 2.) 3.) How does one prepare a powdered kratom SLURRY for drinking? 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) How does one make kratom tea? 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.)
Fact Sheet on the ADL The ADL is "...one of the ugliest, most powerful pressure groups in the U.S...Its primary commitment is to use any technique, however dishonest and disgraceful, in order to defame and silence and destroy anybody who dares to criticize the Holy State ('Israel')." --Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL) gave an award Nov. 18, 1998 to the city of Coeur d'Alene. City Fathers assume this is something to be proud of and have unthinkingly rolled out the red carpet for the ADL. They think that an imprimatur from the ADL, a prominent Jewish group with a multi-million dollar budget and substantial media clout, is a kind of certification of our area's goodness. The ADL is a branch of the masonic B'nai B'rith (Sons of the Covenant), which was established Oct. 13, 1843. Up until recently, for decades the chief "fact-finder" (head spy) for the ADL was the late Irwin Suall. Jewish journalist Robert I. End Notes
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