It’s Elemental

Way back when our ancestors were trying to define creation and what was needed to make life happen, many cultures described life and creation in terms of the elements – air, water, fire and earth.  Of course, our physical world has actual elemental counterparts to the elements – wind, seas, sun and our own planet.  Over time these same elements were used to describe human...
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LET’S EAT 1

The other evening while reading Fast Company I had a sort of AHA moment  meaning what did I like reading about or doing?  I love reading about food, cooking, learning about different cultures through their food.  I’ve been reading cook books since I was a kid.  Food is more than its nutritional value or health benefits or risks.  Though I have taught nutrition and even helped write...
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Tensegrity Revisited

The term “tensegrity” was coined by futurist Buckminster Fuller to describe a principal of design.  This principal states that in order for a structure to maintain its integrity, it must balance the forces placed upon it, inside and out.  His famous geodesic dome is a human-made example of tensegrity. Tensional integrity describes structures that are kept stable by  the...
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