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Connection to Connection (A Short Poem)

  • Sun circling
  • I'm drifting to the centre
  • Galaxy swirling
  • I'm searching within her
  • inside mother nature
  • I'm looking for an anwser
  • thoughtless and open
  • I'm a thousand falling tears
  • broken and travelling
  • I'm a picture that reappears
  • Inside your mind, outside your brain
  • I freeze to dispell this fear
  • frequencies fly and computers rearrange
  • I connect to this sphere
  • numbers and equations
  • I find no soul within here
  • just cautious and afraid
  • I sell, but I'm no sear
  • just a number and a slave
  • I'm no barcode, just a ghost in here
  • what it means, this computer screen
  • I find no trust, just this fear
  • sun circling
  • wheres the truth
  • Is it within here
  • connection
  • to connection
  • I disappear

Ancient Monuments – The Pyramids and Stonehenge

Everyone knows the pyramids of Egypt and they have become an iconic symbol of the ancient world. Alot of mystery still surrounds the pyramids and no real explanation has been agreed on how they were built and what they were used for. Many books have been written about these ancient monuments and many theories have surfaced. For example the pyramids perimeter length is 1,760 cubits and the imperial mile length is 1,760 yards, which indicates very ancient roots for the british measurement system. Stonehenge also has mathematical surprises , with the letter pi being depicted physically and mathematically at the stone circle.

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Evolving Landscapes

Landscapes are constanly changing. Volcanoes and gigantic earth movements push up mountains, ridges and plateaus, while ice , water and wind grind them down and reshape them into valleys, plains, caves and canyons. This process has been happening for millions of years and have shaped the patterns of the oceans and continents. For example the himalyas were formed by the indian and asian plates colliding, one pushing underneath the other and forming mountains.

Also moving ice has shaped most of earths spectacular scenery, in places such as the alps, the himalyas, the rockies and englands lake district. During the pleistocene age, which ended about 10, 000 years ago , there were several ice ages, when the climate of the world was much colder. The falling snow pressed down on the layers beneath slowly turning to ice. The pressure on the rock is so high that it turns the ice into water, allowing the ice to slide over the ground beneath it. Many climbers claim that the ice can be heard moving as they scale the worlds great mountain ranges! This ice created and carved many canyons , such as the tenaya creek in californias yosemite national park.So when your out walking in the mountains and valleys remember how they were formed and still are changing to this day.