AbstractThe composition and prevalence of microorganisms in the middle-to-upper troposphere (8–15 km altitude) and their role in aerosol-cloud-precipitation interactions represent important, unresolved questions for biological and atmospheric science. In particular, airborne microorganisms above the oceans remain essentially uncharacterized, as most work to date is restricted to samples taken near the Earth’s surface. Here we report … Continue reading Microbiome of the upper troposphere: Species composition and prevalence, effects of tropical storms, and atmospheric implications.
Fillosofly FLY AGARIC 23: Constructivist Synchronicity? I attribute most of my early independent consciousness research to Dr. Robert Anton Wilson and his book 'Cosmic Trigger' in particular; combined with my will to contact some of the entities from that book, and share my findings with friends, family and local community. What happened changed my … Continue reading CONSTRUCTIVIST SYNCHRONICITY: Steve vs. Fly?
Who knows what we might discover next week? or what we overlooked last week?--Steve fly agaric 23"Other similar speciesSarah added that the fungus' true identity had been shielded because there were other similar varieties but with different colour patterns. The secret, she said, finally came out when scientists at Cardiff University isolated the fungus' DNA … Continue reading KNU Fungus Discovered!
My first published short story....linked in google books - Thanks again to the great Paul Krassner who decided to include my email reply - composed - piece, for his magical book of collected psychedelic tales and feedback from the psy-landscapes.http://books.google.nl/books?id=iGRoEP330lwC&lpg=PP1&pg=PA51&output=embedSteven James Pratt
My first published poem at the maybelogic academy, and one that sets up a course to 2012 and 36 issues of the MQ. Missing several we hope to pick up where we left of and catch up with our workpace.Acrillic Figa[Published 21st december 2004 @ http://www.maybelogic.org/maybequarterly/01/0121FlyUntitled.htmAs soon as I start putting our thoughts into words … Continue reading U is for Untitled 1.0 [revisited]