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A Natural History of the United States

Primarily there were rocks, the silicates: quartz, (we’ll list them), feldspars – orthoclase packed in pegmatites made up a vast expanse, trace elements: copper, nickel, twisted knobs of gold in hematite. Obviously, there was water. For example, observe the canyons, … Continue reading

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Like Most Days

The phone rang, another novel began. I remembered I was made of simple things and wondered pointlessly about the dinosaurs. Otherwise, the day was practical and made of minutes when nothing happened whatsoever. The rain fell the way it always … Continue reading

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