Our Anthropocene Adventure…

In the last several years I’ve been caught up in knowing ‘who we really are’–if it is indeed possible, that is, ‘deep ancestry’, beyond ancestry.com worldviews to genographic.org ones… Both my husband and I have done the mouth-swab DNA adventure via National Geographic-sponsored (or linked…) Genographic Project (Dr Spencer & Co). He’s descended from the […]

Observations of modern homo sapiens: Part I

Embarrassing moments of other people.  Backpack installation. Yesterday, on my way to work I saw a poor, rather rotund fellow trying to put on his large, overburdened backpack.  He managed to get his left arm through the strap (observation: I muse that he might be right-handed) but insertion of other arm (right, for those that may be […]