12 thoughts on “Just Try Carving Your Name . . . Just Try It”

  1. Tom, you seem a miserable person without perspective nor the ability to feel joy without putting someone else down.

    Make no mistake, the environment will destroy us not the other way around.

  2. Oh RIGHT, Nick – just keep laughing as we destroy our environment, killing ourselves along with it! Stay distracted!

  3. A woodpecker did that years ago and it is a depiction of a Great Horned Owl.

  4. OMG. That’s the first time I’ve not heard that some inanimate object looks like a certain diety. What’s wrong with these people? can’t they see the resemblance?

  5. The myth of the Ents (the migrating trees looking for their wives) is interesting, but has a modern scientific counterpart which is not myth:

    In a paper published June 7 in the journal Global Ecology and Biogeography, researchers present evidence that over the past century, vegetation has been gradually moving toward the poles and up mountain slopes, where temperatures are cooler, as well as toward the equator, where rainfall is greater.

    Moreover, an estimated one-tenth to one-half of the land mass on Earth will be highly vulnerable to climate-related vegetation shifts by the end of this century … according to the study.

    The results came from a meta-analysis of hundreds of field studies and a spatial analysis of observed 20th century climate and projected 21st century vegetation.

    The meta-analysis identified field studies that examined long-term vegetation shifts in which climate … was the dominant influence. The researchers found 15 cases of biome shifts since the 18th century that are attributable to changes in temperature and precipitation.

    (Agnotology: The Surge – 4).

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