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Mostly air

In the Book of Common Prayer funerals When they commit the body to the earth they say: Earth to earth Ashes to ashes Dust to dust. This is not the whole story. Look how small a fraction of a human … Continue reading

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Hawaiian bobtail squid are born as wide eyed moustaches, blobs of speckled nothing, ghost-babies, scared of their own shadows. They sift the night water for specific bacteria to tickle into a pouch. The bacteria live, counting themselves             (Are we enough … Continue reading

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