rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,


Hours of silent mist accumulate and the trees begin to drip. Eventually, the dripping is as loud as a rainstorm, but still there is no rain. The persistent mist swirls and gathers and everything is saturated. No sunrise this morning, I think. Just the dripping damp.

Pleasant discovery: The University of Texas at Austin has a large collection of maps online, including historic maps of U.S. cities. When I was a kid we had an old Collier's Atlas and it had some of the same city maps available on this site. Double dose of nostalgia.

Disturbing revelation: From Scientific American; Families become suspects as rules on dna matches relax.

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