Stephen Frye and Jordan Peterson on Political Correctness

The Deafening Silence that Scents the Air Under our Noses

Organic synergy: Ute Prayer Trees.

Monument, CO. One site out of several in the state.


Animals That Became Extinct In The Last 100 Years

[In June 2015, a study published by experts from Stanford, Princeton and the University of California-Berkeley declared the world’s vertebrates are going extinct 114 times faster than the natural rate of extinction, according to the Huffington Post.

The researchers write that “these estimates reveal an exceptionally rapid loss of biodiversity over the last few centuries, indicating that a sixth mass extinction is already under way.”

Last year, we published the following list of every animal that went extinct in the last century. Updating it today to highlight the most recent study and news that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service have declared the eastern cougar extinct. And we’re dangerouslyclose to losing 13 more animal species.

The number of extinct animals is difficult to calculate and always higher than the estimate. In some cases, a species is presumed extinct — none have been seen in years — but it’s yet to receive official extinction status by the IUCN. But the important thing to remember is that extinction is not a historical problem — it’s a contemporary issue.

In the article, take a look at every animal (except insects, which are extremely difficult to catalogue but which you can find here) that went extinct in just the last 100 years. The list is based on research provided by the Sixth Extinction, a website created to “enhance free public access to information about recently extinct species,” and in order of their approximate date of extinction. We’ve included all the animals confirmed extinct by the IUCN, and added a few more declared extinct by other credible individuals and organizations.]

Here is Every Single Animal that Have Become Extinct the Last 100 Years | PIXABLE


Running Wild… on so Many Fronts

Deep Time in Memory Theater II


Time, place, memory, storytelling as planes of knowledge | @2015 Styliani Giannitsi Photography


EARTHLINGS is the single most powerful and informative documentary about society’s tragic and unforgivable use of nonhuman animals, narrated by Joaquin Phoenix with soundtrack by Moby. Directed by Shaun Monson, this award winning film by Nation Earth is a must-see for anyone who cares about nonhuman animals or wishes to make the world a better place.

The Mighty Bison of Yellowstone | A Chasm Between World Views in an America so Divided

[Justin Farrell’s book, a sociologist at Yale’s school of forestry and environmental studies, is due out this summer, under the full title The Battle for Yellowstone: Morality and the Sacred Roots of Environmental Conflict. He spent two years asking folk in and around Yellowstone why they are so cross. Beneath debates about science and economics he found arguments about morality and the proper relations between humans and nature—though those involved often do not, or will not acknowledge this. In short, all sides purport to be weighing what is true and false, while really arguing about right and wrong.

Read the full article | THE ECONOMIST


The Tree of Human Kindness

On a hillside in Northern New Mexico lives Ra Paulette. Ra isn’t an architect, or an engineer, he is simply a man with a great big hobby. And what a beautiful one it is. Ra has spent the last 25 years digging man made caves, then turning them into amazing works of art, that he calls wilderness shrines. He considers himself a magician, playing with space, and creating beautiful works of art. This might just go on my bucket list!

Watch the video | FaithTap

HUICHOLES | The Last Peyote Guardians

But, they still cut animals open while still alive.

Desert Road Trip

Desert Rain Desert Sunset Chrysler House on Fire Ancestral Pueblo Ruin Colorado River Dead Horse Point