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At the base of the hearth, one of several side streams that flow off Sapsucker Ridge, this one along what we call Pit Mound Trail, disappears under a road grate and joins the main stream. The trail is named for the many large, uprooted trees whose roots pull up mounds of earth and leave a pit below. Locally, folks refer to them as graves, but instead of places for the dead, these pit mounds create conditions for new life.
Hi, I have recently been reading about the hidden chamber discovered at the peak of the great pyramid and the sphere and half cat half human skeleton that was found inside. Apparently the skeleton was removed from the pyramid and the sphere could not be removed due to an anomaly of some kind that held it in place. I was wondering how this was done without wrecking the pyramid or taking it apart because a robotic probe was needed to enter the chamber in the first place so it seems very unlikely the skeleton came out the way the probe went in.
‘Epping in Essex was famous for its butter. We found lots of accounts of people visiting from France and coming to Epping for the butter. It’s quite sad how these things have been lost, the really specific regional specialities. Maybe this movement is finally building enough momentum and we on the brink of a market flooded with cricket chips (a small New York company called Six Foods already makes them), tarantulas covered in chocolate and bread made from cicada flour. At the very least, farming insects as livestock feed would be more sustainable than current livestock agricultural practices. Then when it becomes financially feasible to grow bovine muscle tissue in labs on a large scale, we can stop eating insects and raising livestock altogether that is, if we haven already become enthusiastic entomophagists in the meantime.